A Sudbury police officer patrolling the Moore Road neighborhood early Saturday morning came upon some broken flower pots at one residence, which quickly turned into a lot more.
According to Lt. Scott Nix, while continuing to patrol the area the officer also noticed a vandalized street sign, five damaged mailboxes and a damaged driveway light.
All of the vandalized objects were found either on Moore Road or Atkinson Lane between 4:44 a.m. and 4:58 a.m.
At about 6:12 p.m., a Dutton Road resident reported a couple of whiskey barrel planters were damaged during the overnight hours.
Nix said he believes this incident is related to the others, and that there are currently no leads on who is responsible.
Nix is asking anyone with information to contact the .
In other police news from the weekend:
- A town sign on Old County Road near the Wayland line was found damaged on Friday morning.
- A truck became stuck under a branch on Raymond Road on Friday morning; there were no injuries.
- A motorist struck a mailbox with the car's mirror Friday on Raymond Road. There was minor damage to the mirror.
- A motorist struck a deer on Haynes Road on Friday afternoon. There was minor damage to the car and no injuries.
- Officers were dispatched to Boston Post Road near on Friday night for a report of a domestic problem. It was revealed the operator of a car and the passenger were having a verbal dispute. Peace was restored.
- A Kindle was reported stolen from on Saturday morning.
- Officers responded to a two-car accident on Concord Road on Saturday afternoon. Both cars were towed and no injuries reported.
- A resident in the Candy Hill Road area reported a loud party. The responding officer determined the noise level was too loud.
- Officers responded to a car fire Sunday afternoon at Davis Field on North Road. The antique sedan was towed and there were no injuries. Cause of the fire was unknown as of Monday morning.