The was busy during Labor Day weekend, making four arrests and charging people with domestic assault and battery, OUI, license violations and a weapons charge.
The most recent arrest occurred Monday at 9:04 p.m. when a female resident on Victoria Road called for help.
After officers arrived and completed an investigation, Jordan Smith, 26, of 124 Victoria Road was arrested and charged with domestic assault and battery, and intimidation of a witness.
He is expected to be arraigned later this week.
Earlier Monday night, officers responded to Boston Post Road after receiving a call about an erratic driver.
Jairo Paiz Campos, 33, of 1 Willard St., in Waltham was located and pulled over. After responding officers completed an investigation, he was arrested and charged with operating under the influence of alcohol, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and a marked lanes violation.
He was scheduled to be arraigned at Framingham District Court on Tuesday. Campos' passenger was placed in protective custody.
On Sunday at 4:13 p.m., officers pulled over Pablo DePaula, 26, of 142 Arlington St., in Brighton after an investigation revealed he had a warrant from the Everett Police Department for unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
DePaula, who was pulled over on Boston Post Road, was also charged with unlicensed operation by Sudbury officers.
On Saturday at 5:40 p.m., Sudbury officers responded to Great Lake Drive after receiving a complaint about a solicitor.
After responding officers completed an investigation, it was found Michael Daroe King, 23, of 1346 Piggott St., in East St. Louis, was a fugitive from justice in Illinois.
King was wanted on a weapons charge for carrying a .22 caliber rifle in public.
He was arraigned Tuesday at Framingham District Court, where he was held on $10,000 bail. If he can't post bail, he will be held at Cambridge District Court, Lt. Robert Grady said.
In other police news from the holiday weekend:
- A Boston Post Road resident reported circumstances possibly involving a vehicular assault in the parking lot of following services Sunday morning. The Sudbury PD is investigating the validity of the allegations and whether charges will be forthcoming.
- Officers responded to Lillian Avenue Saturday night after a report of a disturbance. The caller said people outside didn't sound happy. Responding officers spoke with those residents and everything was OK.