Sudbury Police Help Clear Hazards Created from Wind Storm
The following information was supplied by the Sudbury Police Department. Where arrests are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
Winds that gusted to 50 mph early Wednesday morning snapped tree limbs throughout the town, causing numerous hazards, Sudbury Police Lt. Scott Nix said.
Officers and members of the Department of Public Works helped clear roadways of the downed limbs. The DPW also had to remove a large tree from Kato Drive, Nix said.
The department also received a couple of fire calls, including one for a utility pole fire on Marlboro Road. No injuries were reported.
In other police news from Wednesday:
- A resident on Concord Road reported someone periodically steals her newspaper.
- An aide from Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School reported someone driving a four-wheeler on campus. The operator was directed off campus prior to the arrival of officers.
- Officers responded to a two-car accident on Hudson Road, where the tow operator had to pull apart the two cars. No injuries were reported, and both cars were able to be driven away from the scene.