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Nabnasset Man Calls Police After Alleged Threat From Neighbor Over Dog


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The following information was provided by the Westford Police Department. 

May 20, 11:10 p.m. – An officer responded to a mutual aid call from Littleton after a report of a suspicious car near the abandoned houses at Kimball Farm.

Upon searching the area, no such car was found and the Littleton police reported that no new damage had been done to the houses.

May 7, 6:39 p.m. – While on patrol, an officer noticed a black BMW parked diagonally in driveway leaking oil.  A woman stood next to the vehicle and appeared to be on her cell phone.

The officer turned around to investigate thinking that the car was disabled or had just been in a crash.

When contact was made, the woman stated that she was a realtor and had just finished showing a house when she backed out of the driveway and hit a concrete planter.

She had already made arrangements for AAA to tow her vehicle but was not given a time estimate of their arrival.  The officer advised that because she was on private property, she should be towed as soon as possible.

AAA was contacted again and gave an estimate of 45 minutes to and hour at which their services were cancelled and the next available police tow was requested.

Sully’s Auto arrived on scene and the vehicle was towed.  The woman stayed to fill out an accident report and was then picked up by her husband.  The officer then cleared the crash scene.

June 9, 6:30 a.m. – An officer was dispatched for a dispute between two neighbors in Nabnasset.

The man who called the police told the officer that his neighbor’s father had been difficult to live next to following disputes about the man’s dog.

While the man built a fence, the father still did not think it was enough and the man indicated that the father was going to videotape the man as he walked his dog.

According to the man, the father alleged that the man did not clean up after his dogs and later threatened the man.

The officer then went to talk to the father, who said he did not mean his comment to come across as a threat, but only asked the man to clean up after his dog.

In response, the officer advised the man to contact the authorities for any dispute resolution required moving forward.

Neither party sought any other immediate action.

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