A Lincoln-Sudbury staff member on parking lot patrol Tuesday afternoon reported to the Sudbury Police Department smelling freshly burnt marijuana coming from a car with a window partially open.
According to Lt. Scott Nix, school officials had to locate the student who owned the car because at the time of the discovery the car was empty.
After locating the student, school officials conducted a search of the car under their authority, Nix said. During the search, several items, including a small amount of marijuana, was found.
Nix said a male juvenile was cited for possession of a class D substance (marijuana, less than an ounce) and received a $100 fine.
In other police news from Tuesday:
- An officer noticed a suspicious car parked at Interstate Oil on Nobscot Road. A note was left stating the car ran out of gas and the owner would return in the morning.
- Officers responded to a three-car accident on Hudson Road at 7:35 a.m. No injuries were reported.
- Officers responded to a two-car accident on Hudson Road at 7:47 a.m. One person was transported to MetroWest Medical Center in Framingham with non-life-threatening injuries. The dog officer was also called to the scene to hold the injured person's dog until he was released from the hospital.
- A Belcher Drive resident reported an attempt identity theft. According to Nix, the resident received a collection notice from COMCAST. An investigation of the address by the resident revealed it came from a Brockton address, but the resident never lived in Brockton. Sudbury police advised the resident to contact her banks to help prevent further attempts.
- An elderly resident on Morse Road was found wandering the street. She was picked up by officers, with assistance from another resident, and reunited with a family member.
- Officers responded to a one-car accident on Powers Road at 7:13 p.m. A car damaged a stone wall and a mailbox. The Sudbury Fire Department was also dispatched to the scene because the airbags were deployed. Both occupants refused medical transport.
- Sudbury police received a 911 call from a Blueberry Hill Lane resident at 10:26 p.m. regarding a domestic dispute next door. A husband and wife were having a verbal argument. Peace was restored.
- A Witheral Drive resident asked officers to patrol his neighborhood after witnessing numerous kids jumping on his trampoline. The kids took off and were never found.