OMGPD: Not Exactly a Request for Grey Poupon, Naked Man Walking, & More
Our weekly compilation of some of the more unusual police reports from around the Boston area. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.
Not exactly a request for Grey Poupon
On the afternoon of Sept. 12, Wayland police received a call about an unruly Rolls Royce driver. A woman called to report that the male driver of gray Rolls Royce was yelling obscenities at her as he traveled westbound on Boston Post Road: http://patch.com/A-xRsj
I'm sorry, but clothing isn't optional here
On the morning of Sept. 16, Burlington police arrested a resident on a charge of open and gross lewdness, after a Beacon Village manager reported a resident walking around with no clothes on: http://patch.com/A-xTHv
The golf cart blanket just wasn't comfy
A Concord woman came into the station on Sept. 14 to report that, while caring for her daughter’s dog, she was playing a round at Nashawtuc Country Club when the dog jumped out of her golf cart and ran away: http://patch.com/A-xWgd
O, and please send all that extra cash you've got to the FBI. Right.
A Rivard Road resident contacted Needham police on Sept. 17 after he received an email from the FBI asking for money. The email appeared to be a scam. Police are investigating: http://needham.patch.com/articles/police-reports-cash-box-stolen-from-fitness-club
Named after her drink?
Early the morning of Sept. 11, Brookline police saw a vehicle driving on the tracks, and getting stuck. When they interviewed the driver, they found she had glassy eyes and was slurring her speech. The name of the Brookline resident arrested and charged with Operating Under The Influence of Liquor: Kelly Beers: http://patch.com/A-xSfC
Sam Adams gave him away
A Belmont man faces OUI charges after a Watertown police officer spotted him throwing a Sam Adams beer bottle from his car while driving through Watertown Square: http://watertown.patch.com/articles/belmont-man-arrested-for-oui-after-throwing-beer-bottle-from-car