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Malicious Destruction, Suspicious People and More from the Acton Police Log

The following information was supplied by the Acton Police Department. Where arrests are mentioned it does not indicate a conviction.

The Acton Police Department responded to Knox Trail after receiving a report of a vandalized motor vehicle on Jan. 28.

The call orginally was received by the Concord Police Department.

Concord officers were unsure whether the motor vehicle was in Concord or Acton.

Officers from both departments responded, where it was deemed a crime in Acton.

In other police news from Jan. 28:

  • A person in the lobby of a Drummond Road building was looking to seek advice related to a family member.
  • Officers responded to an accident on Main Street where injuries were reported. Vehicle was gone when officers arrived.
  • A Massachusetts Avenue caller reported a male knocking on doors in the neighborhood trying to get money so he could get back to Boston. Person was gone when officers arrived.
  • Officers responded to Parker Street for an accident with injuries.
John February 05, 2013 at 03:30 PM
why would u call the police on the guy?? give him a few dollars and help him out..snobby rich people smh
Rachel February 05, 2013 at 04:01 PM
Maybe because a guy knocking on your door and asking for money is CREEPY!?!? What if it was your daughter home alone after school? Your grandmother who lives alone? What if he's just scoping out the homes to break into them later on?
Michael Fleming February 05, 2013 at 07:27 PM
Yeah, rich people are snobby. I get it. People who have concern about their families or the safety of the neighborhood are snobs. What a childish, naive frame of reference...

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