Sunday, November 25
OUI-Liquor (12:17 a.m.) - A motorist was stopped an arrested in the area of the Willow St. Bridge for Operating Under the Influence of Liquor. The individual was processed and bailed out about three hours later.
Harassing Phone Calls (11:25 a.m.) - A Park Ave. resident called on behalf of her 19-year-old son to report "creepy" phone calls that he had received on his cell phone via a blocked number. There were no threats of violence and information was taken. The information was referred to Verizon for follow-up.
Mailbox Destroyed (2:14 p.m.) - A resident of Grand Hill Dr. reported that his mailbox had been vandalized. The pole had been thrown in the street and the mailbox was missing. An officer checked the area for further damage but found nothing.
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Monday, November 26
Construction (10:12 a.m.) - A caller requested that an officer check on workmen in the roadway near the intersection of Pegan Ln. and Pleasant St. An officer spoke with the workmen, who were doing the work in Natick, and advised them to put out cones.
Dogs Found (10:13 a.m.) - A resident located two black labs at Main St. and Pleasant St. The owner of the dogs came into the station to retrieve the dogs two hours later.
Malicious Destruction (10:30 a.m.) - Seven bus windshields at Dover-Sherborn High School were damaged from stones being thrown at them. Police were investigating.
Larceny (5:13 p.m.) - A resident walked into the Police Station to report that several items had gone missing recently from her home and that they have turned up at an area pawn shop. A detective spoke to the victim, who didn't want to file a report. The detective did advise the pawn shop to hold the items for recovery.