Woodstock Police Assist Prisoners In Need Of Bathroom Break
Woodstock Police Log
June 13-June 19
At 8:46 AM, police responded to a request for a welfare check on a 90-year-old woman.
At 3:44 PM, police responded to a parked vehicle that was hit by a limousine driver on South Street.
At 8:51 AM, police responded to a burglary alarm on Elm Street.
At 10 AM, police responded to a call on Curtis Hollow Road. The caller said a man with dementia spent the night at the residence. In the morning, the man moved all the furniture to the front lawn.
At 3:30 PM, police responded to a no-trespass violation on Carlton Hill Road involving an ex-girlfriend.
At 5:30 PM, police responded to a call from a vendor from the Market on the Green who said $300 was stolen.
At 8:47 AM, police responded to a complaint made by Lucy Mackenzie Humane Society that dogs had been neglected on College Hill Road.
At 2 PM, police responded to a complaint of a delivery truck in front of Lake Sunapee Bank causing traffic issues.
At 4 PM, police responded to Woodstock Terrace where two residents were stuck in an elevator.
At 5 PM, police responded to a van on fire at the Woodstock Farmer’s Market. There was no fire when police arrived. People in the van were throwing fireworks out the window.
At 9 PM, police assisted sheriffs who were transporting a van full of prisoners. The prisoners needed a bathroom break.
At 11:35 AM, police responded to a burglary alarm on Barberry Hill Road. It was a false alarm.
At 3 PM, police responded to a call about an excavator on Wyman Lane tearing up the road. The person who complained wanted the excavator to stop until the road was dry.
At 10 AM, police responded to a bus parked on Central Street. The driver was putting money in the meters.
At 8 PM, a police officer found drugs in a vehicle during a traffic stop.
At 6 AM, police responded to Maple Street, where a young man was lying in a driveway, apparently passed out.
At 8:30 AM, police responded to Pleasant Street when a woman reported her vehicle was covered in shaving cream. The woman said she was having problems with her downstairs neighbor.
At 10 AM, police responded to the tennis courts on South Road, where a female collapsed.
At 2:30 PM, police responded to a stalking incident on College Hill Road.