A test drive of a Land Rover on Sunday in the open field near resulted in an accident the is still investigating.
According to Lt. Scott Nix, a Leominster man was taking a pre-arranged test drive with his three kids in the backseat and the salesman in the passenger side when the vehicle flipped on its side.
By the time emergency personnel arrived, the car was back on its wheels.
The driver told officers who arrived on the scene that he lost control while doing "doughnuts."
Members of the checked out all of the occupants, who all refused medical transport, Nix said.
As a result of the crash, Sudbury police have filed a 51A report with the Department of Children and Families. All three kids are younger than 10 years old, Nix said.
The case is under investigation for possible future charges.
In other police news from this weekend:
- An Old Lancaster Road resident reported someone hacked into his Yahoo email account.
- A Canterbury Drive resident reported his banking and personal information had been compromised. The bank was notified of the fraudulent charges and the social security administration was also contacted.
- A Hudson Road resident reported street signs had been removed. The Department of Public Works was notified.
- A motorist struck a pole on Boston Post Road on Saturday and sustained minor injuries. The driver refused medical transport and the car was towed from the scene.