An Aggressive Pit Bull, An OUI and Wrong Way Speeding
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- 3/6/12 - 2:56 p.m. - Concord Road: A person called the police to report two suspicious men that got out of a New Hampshire plate vehicle and into a black SUV. The SUV was gone upon police arrival.
- 3/6/12 - 9:01 p.m. Taylor Road: A woman's dog was barking a lot and she thought someone was at her door so she called the police. No one was found.
Wrong Way Speeding:
- 3/7/12 - 7:25 a.m. - Arlington Street: Police received a report about cars speeding on the wrong side of the street.
- 3/7/12 - 6:59 P.M. - Great Road: A woman called the police because she thought someone might be in her house. Police checked the area and no one was found.
Francisco Joel Andino, 29, of 68 Parker Street, Apt. B, Acton
- Arrested on: 3/7/12 - 68 Parker Street, Apt. B, Acton
- Charged with: OUI
- Narrative: Domestic
- Arresting Officer: Douglas Sturniolo
Pit bull Attack:
- 3/8/12 - 7:28 a.m. - School Street: A man reported that as he was walking to the train station a pit bull tried to bite him. The man reported that the dog did not bite him but was very aggressive.