A call to the Sudbury Police Department on Thursday regarding a domestic issue on Sexton Street resulted in a restraining order being issued to one resident.
According to Lt. Robert Grady, responding officers were called to the residence at about 8:04 p.m.
An investigation showed a verbal argument between a husband and a wife.
Although no arrests were made, a restraining order was issued to the husband, who was then told to vacate the home.
In other police news from Thursday:
- Officers responded to a three-car accident on Boston Post Road. No one was injured and no cars were towed.
- A Wildwood Lane resident reported several items missing from the home. Detectives are investigating.
- A Powers Road resident reported a package that was supposed to have been delivered to the home may have been stolen. The United States Postal Service told the residents the package, which contained clothing items, was delivered and left on the porch.
- An employee at Radio Shack reported the company's Lost Prevention department found another employee stealing from the company. Sudbury officers assisted in taking the complaint. No arrests have been made.
- A motorist struck a deer on Boston Post Road. The motorist wasn't injured but the car was towed from the scene. The deer died.