Friday, March 15, 2002
Police Blotter / Fire Log
compiled by Kathleen Coyle
9:59 a.m. Patrol assisted with medical transport to Lahey Clinic.
8:08 a.m. Patrol made a well-being check on a Lowell Street resident. The individual checked OK and it was determined that there were phone problems.
11:52 a.m. Patrol assisted on Old East Street, where a construction worker was electrocuted, and also assisted with his transport to Lahey Clinic.
3:18 a.m. Patrol assisted with transportation to the hospital for a resident having labor pains.
7:31 p.m. Patrol assisted in clearing vehicles (parked there because of the overflow crowd at the selectmen's meeting at Town Hall) which were blocking the fire doors at the fire station.
9:36 p.m. Loud screaming noises were reported on Cranberry Hill Lane. Patrol had a negative find.
2 p.m. A woman was attacked by a dog at the state park but sustained no injuries. Park personnel were advised.
5:49 p.m. An animal hit by a car on Heald Road was put down.
5:28 p.m. Suspicious teens on bicycles on Clark Farm Road were advised.
10:40 p.m. Two fourteen-year-olds walking on River Road were given a ride to a River Road address.
7:10 a.m. Patrol removed a branch across the roadway on South Street.
10:15 a.m. A deceased animal was reported on South Street.
2:10 p.m. Rocks fallen from a stone wall landed on East Street and were removed.
Police activity summary
24 Checks town buildings and churches
52 Directed activity, radar
07 Directed activity, other
08 Selective enforcement
55 Traffic violations
08 Residential and other alarms
04 Medical, general
04 Traffic hazard
compiled by Kathleen Coyle
10 a.m. A 30-year-old woman having a seizure was taken to Lahey Clinic by ambulance.
7:51 a.m. Concord Fire Department asked for mutual aid for a box alarm at Middlesex School.
11:53 a.m. A workman employed by Northwest Structures fell from an excavator on Old East Street while he was moving some power lines. He was electrocuted. He fell 20 feet and landed on his head, suffering an open skull fracture and facial fractures. ALS assisted at the scene. No helicopter was available and he was taken to the trauma center at Mass. General, where he is recovering.
3:18 a.m. A female having labor pains was taken to the hospital by ambulance. ALS assisted at the scene.
11:51 a.m. A 79-year-old male having difficulty breathing was taken to Emerson Hospital. ALS assisted at the scene.
1:34 a.m. An alarm company reported alarm activation at a Westford Street residence.
· 665 Bedford Road, Lot 5 - David A. and Anita L. Murphy to David A. and Anita L. Murphy, trustees of Murphy Real Estate Trust, for $1 on February 1.
· 96 Litchfield Drive, Lot 9 - Kayoko and Henry Aoki to Kayoko Aoki for $0 on February 5.
· 102 Highwoods Lane, Lot 4 [High Woods Conservation Cluster, off West Street] - Deck House Inc. to Charles A. Jr. and Carol K. Langdon for $393,866 on February 8.
· 303 Brook Street - Harold L. Jensen, administrator of the Estate of Eric S. Jensen, to Edward S. Lewis and Stacy J. Ricco for $449,000 on February 11.
· 159 Sunset Road, Lot 19 - Stephen D. and Janet A. Gillies to Daphne F. Henderson Jr.[sic] and James S. Miller for $826,500 on February 13.
· Koning Farm Road, Parcel X - Robert J. and Mary Lou Koning to Robert J. Jr. and Susan B. Koning for $0 on February 20.
· Daniels Lane, Lot 1 - Deborah Schwartz, trustee of Schooner Realty Trust, to James F. and Nancy R. Powers for $1,471,200 on February 22.
· 843 Acton Street, Lot 36 - Alain Gilles Bojarski and Elisabeth M. Depeyrot-Bojarski a/k/a Elisabeth Bojarski to Elisabeth M. Depeyrot-Bojarski for $1 on February 27.
The entry for January 15, 2002 in the Real Estate Transfers which appeared in the March 1st issue should read:
· 52 Daniels Lane - A W Carlisle LLC to James F.and Linda K. White for $1,849,000 on January 15.
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