Police log 10-31-2023
Oct. 21—There was an intoxicated party. A local ambulance was notified and responded.
Oct. 22—A community member felt shaky and weak. A local ambulance was notified and responded. The patient refused medical treatment.
Oct. 22—An intoxicated party refused medical treatment.
Oct. 22—A community member fell and hit their head. Patient refused further medical treatment.
Oct. 23—An individual was feeling faint. The patient refused medical treatment.
Oct. 24—A caller stated they fell and hit their head. The patient refused medical treatment.
Oct. 24—A caller requested an examination for an existing injury. BEMCo staff responded and the patient refused further treatment.
Oct. 24—A caller reported an injured athlete. The patient was transported to a local hospital via ambulance.
Oct. 20—A party experienced harassment on a social media platform. Investigation to follow.
Oct. 20—A community member wanted to file a report of past harassment. Investigation to follow.
Oct. 24—A caller reported unusual behavior.
Oct. 24—An officer noticed an inappropriate flier on a bulletin and removed it.
Oct. 26—A suspicious person was reported. Investigation to follow.
Oct. 26—An individual reported social media harassment of others. Investigation to follow.
Oct. 26—An individual got off the train and began to yell at people in the streets. The party was transported.
Oct. 23—A caller reported graffiti on a white board.
Oct. 23—Vandalism was reported on a dorm room door.
Oct. 24—A caller reported graffiti inside a building.
Oct. 24—Vandalism was reported on the guard rail.
Oct. 20—A caller reported that their jacket was stolen. An investigation is to follow.
Oct. 21—A caller reported a motor vehicle accident involving a University van. No injuries reported.
Oct. 26—A caller reported residents being loud. The Department of Community Living responded.
Oct. 26—A community member requested an evaluation. BEMCo staff responded and the patient refused further medical treatment.
Oct. 26—Waltham Police Department requested backup. Patient transported.