Tuesday, Sept. 4
2:05 p.m.: Firefighters responded, initially, to a report of a tractor-trailer on fire on Interstate 495. The incident was in Hopkinton, so the firefighters returned to station.
2:11 p.m.: A man walked in to police headquarters to file a report about items taken from his motor vehicle, on Maher Court.
2:22 p.m.: A caller reported a two-car crash on the on ramp to Interstate 495 South. No injury was involved.
2:53 p.m.: Police responded to a report of a hit-and-run near . No injury was involved.
4:10 p.m.: A caller reported his roomate had moved out, on Spring Street, and he now has missing things.
5:11 p.m.: A caller on Taft Street reported her car, a 2012 GMC Terrain, had been hit with paintballs.
7:13 p.m.: A caller visiting her storage locker at , on Fortune Boulevard, discovered "all of her things are gone."
7:36 p.m.: A man asked police to remove his son, and his son's girlfriend, from his home on East Walnut Street.
8:29 p.m.: Following a motor vehicle stop on Congress at Walnut streets, police arrested Zachary Edward Vanburen, 21, of 7 Capital Rd., Apt. 4, Milford, on a charge of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license.
10:37 p.m.: A woman reported her ex-husband has been verbally abusive. She was told of her rights to obtain a harassment prevention order.
Wednesday, Sept. 5
9:46 a.m.: A garbage truck pulled down wires on Princeton Drive. Verizon was notified.
1:28 p.m.: A man was found laying on the ground on South High Street, and moaning. Police responded and an ambulance took him to
2:11 p.m.: A woman reported she had stopped at a BP gas station that morning to get gas, and "after pumping the gas into her tank she had to get her car towed due to water in the gas."
2:55 p.m.: A caller reported a wire was crossing Princeton Drive. An officer called Verizon again. Verizon reported it was a Vios wire. That company was notified, and told police they would be at the location on Thursday between 1 and 6 p.m.
3:08 p.m.: A tractor-trailer truck was observed driving down Main Street, at Franklin Street, with "its doors swinging open." It was last seen heading toward Holliston.