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WPD Handles Noisy Students, Business Disputes and Arguments Over Sticks

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The following information was provided by the Westford Police Department

April 7, 2:20 p.m. – A resident asked police for advice regarding a car purchased recently from a car dealer in Pittsfield. He said there was hidden damage to the vehicle that had not been revealed in the CarFax report.

The officer advised him of the small claims process.

21Jul14 Westford Police LogoApril 7, 3:08 p.m. – An officer was dispatched to the area of Misty Lane and Wayne Road for a report of suspicious activity.

The caller reported that two men were getting out for a silver vehicle with clipboards.

The vehicle was registered to Greenline Roofing of Bolton, and the individuals were found with Greenline logos on their shirt.

They did not have a permit to solicit and were unaware of the bylaw requiring a solicitation permit. They were advised to obtain the permit before soliciting.

April 8, 10:18 p.m. – One guest at the Westford Regency was upset about guests in the room above him making excessive noise.

There were also loud guests in the hallways that were part of a radiological student banquet.

The guest believed that his upstairs neighbors were having a party and that hotel staff were not addressing the issue.

After an investigation of the hallway above the room, the noise could not be found. However, the officer on the call knocked on the door of the room and requested that the guests be quiet. They agreed and apologized for any concern.

There was also an announcement at the student banquet to keep the noise down.

April 9, 3:07 p.m. – An officer was dispatched to the lobby of the Westford Police Station lobby regarding an ongoing legal dispute between two businesses.

The person in the lobby was associated with Mapleloft Photography Studio and he believed his neighbor, an individual with a personal training studio called Body By Design.

In the report from the photography studio representative, the training studio person frequently was loud, particularly when the photography studio had clients inside.

At first, there was no issue turning noise down when it got too loud, but the photography studio person said that the problem, monitoring efforts created tension.

Later the officer met with the training studio individual, who said she was trying to be accommodating and thought the issue was resolved.

She apologized for the noise.

April 10, 2:25 p.m. – A resident on Oak Road needed advice regarding a land dispute with her neighbor.

She was trying to get her property boundaries surveyed, but found that three wooden boundary sticks had been placed in the garbage.

Later, it was discovered that the stakes were being removed by the neighbor to facilitate lawn mowing.

The officer requested that the neighbor not touch the boundary sticks, but also told the resident that he could not intervene otherwise, as this was a civil matter.