Sherborn Police Logs: Indecent Exposure, Woodchuck in a Bedroom and Dumped Tires
The following information was provided by the Sherborn Police Department. Where arrests are mentioned, they do not indicate conviction.
Tuesday, July 17
Man Exposes Himself (1:34 p.m.) - Sherborn Police responded to North Main Street on a report that a man had exposed himself to the staff of a local business. The incident occurred at about 10:30 a.m., according to reports.
Monday, July 16
Woodchuck in Bedroom (10:53 a.m.) - A Course Brook Road resident reported to police that a woodchuck was in her bedroom. Animal Control was notified and the animal was removed from the home, according to reports.
Wednesday, July 11
Vehicle Rollover (2:30 p.m.) - A caller from the area of Washington Street and Western Avenue reported a single vehicle rollover with entrapment. Holliston Police assisted to help with traffic.
Credit Card Fraud (12:41 p.m.) - Police received a report from a caller on Washington Street that someone had opened a credit card in his name fraudulently.
Tuesday, July 10
Disabled Motor Vehicle (7:19 p.m.) - A caller from Eliot Street reported to police that a small grey vehicle had pulled off the side of the road. The caller, according to reports, was concerned that the vehicle may be broken down. The vehicle then left the area and drove towards Natick.
Tires Dumped on Prospect Street (6:46 p.m.) - An officer on patrol in the area of Prospect Street filed a report after observing 15 tires in the area of power lines.