Saturday, Nov. 3
9:19 a.m.- A Lexington resident reported he was at John Glenn Middle School to watch his daughter's soccer game, and that it was his day with his daughter, but that he was concerned that due to a restraining order he would be in trouble because his wife had not left the area. Officers responded.
9:57 a.m.- A resident of Concord Road called the Bedford Police Department to report a tree near their house was leaning on power wires, and that they were worried that the tree was dangerous to pedestrians. The responding officer called NSTAR and taped off the area around the tree.
11:10 a.m.- A caller reported a terrier with long brown and gray hair was loose on Springs Road. The responding officer checked the area but could not locate the dog.
2:46 p.m.- A caller reported a vehicle without the appropriate tags was parked in a handicap spot in front of Cafe Luigi. The responding officer reported the car had a handicap placard on the dashboard.
4:21 p.m.- An individual came into the station to report they had seen a teenage boy in the Council on Aging after the building was closed for the night. An officer responded and a custodian matched the description given by the reporting person.
8:03 p.m.- A caller reported she thought she had hit a deer while driving near 251 Old Billerica Road. She reported she did not need medical attention, but that she wanted police to check for the deer. Responding officers checked the area to no avail.