Police Log

Mason Police Department Daily Log

Please note that this is only a partial listing of the police log.

April 5 OHRV Complaint – A Valley Rd. resident observed a dirt bike with white fuel tank, single occupant, heading south on Mason Trail behind residence. Was unable to intercept dirt bike on Morse Rd. Dirt bike went into MA; monitored area, negative contact.

April 8 Assist New Ipswich PD – Assisted New Ipswich police in looking for bank robbery suspect. Suspect not located.

April 10 Citizen Requested Assistance – An Abbott Hill Rd. resident reports that vehicles, after dark, will park at the end of her driveway and will leave squealing tires. RP would like police to monitor this problem. RP was requested to send a written request to our agency for enforcement purpose and/or court-related issues.

Police Information – Gregory LeBlanc, 52, of Highland St., Marlborough, MA, after a motor vehicle stop, was arrested for possession of a controlled drug without authorizaiton. Mr. LeBlanc was processed, released on PR bail and ordered to appear in the Milford District Court on May 19.

April 17 Criminal Mischief – RP, owner of the Driving Range, reports criminal mischief of a damaged 10×12” window pane on one of the two doors on the south side of the building. RP advises that a golf ball (not observed) was found on the interior floor. Numerous golf balls were laying about the green. RP advised they closed early, at 1400 hours on 4/16.

Police Information – RP, Adam Sokolowski, 29, of Nashua, NH, turned himself in on an arrest warrant for unsworn falsification. Mr. Sokolowski was released on PR bail and ordered to appear at Milford District Court on May 19.

April 21 Fraud – A Townsend Rd. resident reported the fraudulent use of his credit card number which was used by unknown subjects to purchase flowers three times in California. The flower shop was contacted by RP but could not trace the transactions. RP contacted the credit card company and cancelled his card.

April 22 Citizen Requested Assistance – A Jackson Rd. resident called to make an official complaint regarding the unsafe road conditions on Townsend Rd. (deteriorating pavement). RP was referred to the Road Agent and Selectmen’s Office. RP advised he has already spoken with those officials and wanted to know what the police dept. could do. RP was advised to contact Chief Hutchins on his return to duty next week.

Suspicious Person/Vehicle/Incident – A Jackson Rd. resident reports a white male person, on foot, on the roadway/stone wall by his residence. Believes that person is accessing his wireless internet system.

April 23 Noise Distrubance – A Nutting Hill Rd. resident reports his neighbor is making unreasonable noises – loud dirt bikes and a large bulldozer during the course of his business day at Pickety Place. RP advises possible boundary violations for timber cutting and that he is concerned that neighbor is building a race track. RP has expressed that in the past, any attempt to speak to the neighbor results in no cooperation. I advised RP to contact the town regarding any zoning violations for any unlawful cutting of trees and/or the “race track” being built and that RP could consult an attorney on this matter. To be reviewed with Prosecutor M. Jacques.

April 27 Police Information – Fire Chief Dave Cook advised that the Dept. of Environmental Services would be investigating some drums which had been located on Starch Mill Rd.