Wednesday, 9/21: 3:48 a.m. Park Avenue. Caller reports a suspicious vehicle in the driveway of a vacant house. They noticed it 10 minutes ago and now can see someone in it with the interior light on. Officers report clear. No issues…7 a.m. Nantasket Road. Caller reports a vehicle blocking his parking lot. It is a dented truck with a flat tire and there is throw-up on the side of the truck. Caller believes it was in an accident and would like an officer to respond. Officer spoke to the owner of the vehicle and he will be en route to get the truck clear of the driveway. Owner is on scene. Original incident took place at the Cumberland Farms at the Monument. Vehicle is being towed…10:25 a.m. Female in headquarters reports that she thinks someone who was working on her house may have stolen some belongings. Officer will file…11:34 a.m. Officer reports out addressing a traffic issue at Merrill Road…11:41 a.m. Detail officer requests that dispatch contact the owner of a pitbull that is running loose in the area. Owner has been notified and will be right there…1:56 p.m. Gunrock Avenue. Resident reports that a champagne bottle was thrown on the porch. Other than broken glass, no damage to the house. Officer will file…3:25 p.m. Holbrook Avenue. Caller reports a deceased possum in the middle of the road. DPW advised and will pick it up. ACO has removed it from the roadway…5:09 p.m. Brookline Avenue. Officer reports out to serve a 209A. Party is not at home…5:28 p.m. Walk-in to headquarters reports a fraud. He is looking for advice about a contractor. Officer will file…5:55 p.m. Walk-in to headquarters to be served a 209A. Served in hand…6:15 p.m. 911 caller reports that an SUV drove over the curb at the light at George Washington Boulevard and Nantasket Avenue. Vehicle pulled into the hotel. Officer has located the vehicle in the southern lot of the hotel. Vehicle is unoccupied…7:11 p.m. B Street & Beach Avenue. Caller reports there are people with a tent on the beach and caller believes they are going to sleep there. Officer spoke to the parties and they just finished their dinner and will be moving on shortly…8:38 p.m. Brookline Avenue. Officer reports out to serve a 209A. Female has been served in hand.
Thursday, 9/22: 12:45 a.m. Officer reports out with a vehicle at Fort Revere Park. Parties have been advised and sent on their way…7:24 a.m. Rockaway Avenue. Caller reports a dead rabbit in the street and wonders if ACO can pick it up. ACO has the rabbit…10:51 a.m. Nantasket Avenue. Caller reports that she took $160 out of the ATM at Cumberland Farms yesterday. She got distracted and did not take it with her. She called her bank and they said to follow up with the Cumberland Farms. The caller is now at that location and would like an officer to respond. Officer spoke with the caller and is heading down to the store. Officer will return tomorrow when management is in… 1:29 p.m. Hull High School. Officer requests Fire Department for inside odor of bleach or paint thinner. Building is not being evacuated at this time. Building will now be evacuated due to faint electrical odor. C3 is on scene and reports nothing showing from the exterior. Engine 3 and Engine 2 are on scene. Command reports that it is OK for students to return to the school. They will be sheltering in place in the gym. No odor at this time. Command reports they investigated the entire wing in question and found nothing. There was no odor and they were advised to call back if they can smell it again. Command terminated and companies clear…2 p.m. Nantasket Avenue & Atlantic Avenue. Officer requests that DPW place barriers to block off the area due to mud from the rain water. DPW advised and will respond. Officer requests contractor with a front-end loader to remove the mud out of the road. PA Landers will be sending someone out to remove the mud. DPW has the bottom of the hill blocked off…4:35 p.m. Postmaster reports that a postal carrier was harassed by a male in a vehicle and caller would like the area checked. This was a male driver, approximated 30-35, who approached party twice and was vulgar… 8:06 p.m. Nantasket Avenue. Officer reports out to serve paperwork. No one was home.
Friday, 9/23: 8:52 a.m. Headquarters reports that a male is going to pick up his belongings. See report…10:45 a.m. Sunset Avenue. Caller would like to speak with an officer about fraud. Apple informed her that her information has been hacked. Officer will file…11:06 a.m. Bay Street. Caller reports that the delivery driver left the gate open and her Jack Russell got out. His name is Spot and he’s wearing a blue collar. Officer notified. Dog is back home…2:17 p.m. Walk-in to headquarters would like to speak with an officer for advice regarding a tenant who owes him money. See officer’s report…4:23 p.m. Bay Street. Caller would like to speak with an officer about another tenant making noise. Officer is at the address…4:38 p.m. Officer reports that the stop sign at Water Street and Hull Shore Drive might be knocked over by the wind. Message left with DPW…5:06 p.m. Caller reports that while walking his dog he noticed a black bag with orange zippers at the first right off Beacon Road to the public walking path to the beach by the fancy house with the porch that overhangs the water by the end of the driveway. Officer located the backpack on Bradford Avenue. It was full of empty beer cans…6:57 p.m. Caller reports that someone has dumped a propane tank on Bay Street. Caller does not believe this is safe. Officer reports that the tank is empty and it looks like someone left it for trash pickup. Will respond back if someone calls again.
Saturday, 9/24: 9:34 a.m. Newport Road. Caller reports that a 10-wheeler truck has been parked there for two days. Officer reports that this is a work vehicle and owner will try to make other arrangements for parking…9:59 a.m. Hullportside Street. Caller reports that she lost a miniature pinscher named Cocoa. Last seen 30 minutes ago. The dog lives in the Village by the library. Caller is concerned that it may be headed that way. Female called back and she has found the dog…4:48 p.m. Nantasket Avenue & Spring Street. Caller reports a vehicle is passing on double yellow, tailgating, and speeding. Officer has located the vehicle. It is unoccupied just before the Gut. Second officer states she saw this vehicle driving earlier and did not see any erratic operation…6:29 p.m. Arrest. Kathleen Yarus, 66, of School Street, is under arrest on charges of OUI liquor or .08%, leaving the scene of property damage, reckless operation of motor vehicle, failure to stop for police, marked lanes violation, use of electronic device while operating motor vehicle (first offense), possession of open container of alcohol in motor vehicle, leaving the scene of personal injury…9:25 p.m. Massasoit Avenue. Caller reports that she opened the door and a small opossum ran into her home and is hiding under the furniture. She has him cornered in a room. Residence has been checked. Animal unfound. Caller was advised of her third-party options…10:12 p.m. Massasoit Avenue. Caller reports that the opossum is now under the bed. She would like officers to assist. Animal has been released into the trees.
Sunday, 9/25: 8:51 a.m. Nantasket Avenue. Caller thinks she is watching someone steal a bike. Bike has big sand tires and yellow handlebars. She states that the male is standing around looking suspicious. Officer reports that this bike belongs to the male…9:11 a.m. C Street. Caller reports that a vehicle is parked in the middle of the road and there are multiple vehicles with no stickers. Sergeant reports that the vehicle was parked on the side of the road and he has located the owner. Vehicle is being moved. The vehicles in the area all have stickers…9:12 a.m. Newport Road. Caller reports that the tractor trailer has been parked across the street for three days now. The owner said she would get it yesterday and it is still there. Vehicle is being moved to Bates Street, in front of the owner’s house…10:08 a.m. Samoset Avenue. Caller reports a raccoon patrolling his and his neighbor’s back yard and thinks it may be rabid because it is out during the daytime…10:19 a.m. Kingsley Road pickleball court. Caller reports two youths, one on an off-road bicycle and one walking, climbed the pole to the bicycle court and were fooling around with the box that controls the lights to the court. Caller yelled at both and they left the area toward the beach. Sergeant checked from Phipps to A Street, Samoset Avenue, and Manomet Avenue, with negative results…12:50 p.m. Oceanside Drive. Caller reports seeing a large black fin in the water while having breakfast. Caller believes it to be a shark fin. Fin is no longer in the area…1:09 p.m. Needle found on the beach off B Street…3:56 p.m. 911 caller reports a female walking a dog on the beach and the dog is having difficulty walking. She states the dog was in the water and she thinks it may have hypothermia. Owner has the dog on shore now. Officer reports they were gone on arrival…4:01 p.m. Cook Bathhouse. Caller reports that a male party was beating a beagle with the leash. Male and female are walking on the beach. Officer reports finding no one around the Cook Bathhouse…4:20 p.m. Kenberma Street & Beach Avenue. Caller reports the same male is still beating the dog. He is heading toward the point. Caller is following the male. Officer reports no one on the beach and no one is approaching him…4:51 p.m. Caller reports that they think an animal got hit and is screaming in pain between E Street and D Street on Central Avenue…8:20 p.m. Hampton Circle. Caller reports they saw two red flares go up and believes it was on the ocean side going toward Kenberma, possibly by Red Parrot.
Monday, 9/26: 7:48 a.m. Party in headquarters was served paperwork in hand…8:31 a.m. Horizons. Caller reports someone stuck in elevator 1. C3 is on scene and reports that all attempts were unsuccessful. Elevator company is now on scene. Party has been extricated. Elevator company will be making repairs…10:50 a.m. Atlantic Avenue. Hull Fire reports that a caller is reporting a loud sizzling noise in her walls. Engine 1 is on scene and nothing is showing from the exterior. They are investigating a beeping noise coming from the interior. Command reports they found a low battery in an exercise bike on the porch. Homeowner was advised…10:52 a.m. Nantasket Avenue. Caller reports a possibly injured seagull in the roadway. Second caller reports that a sick seagull is sitting on the green…12:58 p.m. Hull Shore Drive & Water Street. Caller reports a small white dog at the beach walking along the seawall. She is concerned for its safety. ACO is out of town. The owner came up and was going to retrieve the dog…1:40 p.m. Caller would like to report his boat missing. Coast Guard told him to speak with Hull PD. The boat was moored at A Street and was last seen the afternoon of 9/21. It appears that the rope at the mooring was cut. Party is now on the phone with the harbormaster…1:53 p.m. Caller reports a downed line at the post office. C3 reports this is a communications wire and it has been cut and secured…2:13 p.m. Porrazzo Road. Officer reports out with 209A paperwork to be served. Officer spoke with the male’s father and the party is currently away from home. Unable to serve…2:37 p.m. Atherton Road. Barking dog complaint. Officer stood in front of the house for 10 minutes and all was quiet. Owner of the dog was advised of the complaint…2:53 p.m. Bay Street. Caller states that her landlord is violating the harassment prevention order in place. States she is yelling out the window, “I know you’re fat, but you’re walking too heavy.” Caller wants the female arrested. Officer spoke with the caller and reports that the female was yelling through the window at her while she was vacuuming. Unable to reach the tenant in the upstairs apartment. See report. Reporting party came into headquarters to speak with the sergeant…5:03 p.m. Beach Avenue. Caller reports that a male in a green shirt and sweat pants is looking in windows. He is walking up the beach and might be around Kenberma. Units are checking the area. Officer reports out with the male party on Warren Street. Male denies looking into the window. He was standing in the driveway and had a verbal disagreement with the homeowner…7:13 p.m. Massasoit Avenue. Officer reports out to attempt to serve a 209A. Unable to serve. No answer at the door.
Tuesday, 9/27: 7:07 a.m. Massasoit Avenue. Officer reports out to attempt to serve restraining order. Unable to serve. Male party was at work. Will try back later…9:55 a.m. Manomet Avenue. Follow-up with a walk-in on 9/27. Dog’s owner is looking to report an incident that occurred on the boardwalk by the bathhouse yesterday Dog’s owner states that while walking her dog, a male on a bike passed by and caught the dog’s leash in the wheel, which caused it to drag it for a short distance. Male party stopped and then went on his way. Dog had a swollen eye and was brought to urgent care. Caller was advised to reach out to State Police Norwell to police report because this happened on state property…10:18 a.m. Central Avenue. Officer reports being flagged down by a resident reporting a loose dog in the area. Dog is possibly aggressive. ACO reports negative search of the area at this time…10:47 a.m. Central Avenue. Caller reports that the neighbor’s dog was trying to get into his yard. ACO reports this is a neighbor dispute over the height of a fence. No answer at the location. Officer will attempt to contact later…10:48 a.m. Senior Center reports six elderly females stuck in elevator. No health issues. C3 reports that the people are out of the elevator, but it is not working correctly. Manager will contact elevator company for service…12:42 p.m. Party in lobby would like to make a report about vandalism to a boat…1:10 p.m. Memorial Middle School. Student reported to SRO that a male party waved at him while he was on the bus…3:06 p.m. Jacobs School. Two gentlemen were reported holding a Trump flag by the cafeteria doors. School employee reports that the janitor found the flag and was bringing it in…3:21 p.m. Massasoit Avenue. Officer reports out attempting to serve restraining order. Party has been served in hand…3:45 p.m. Walk-in to headquarters would like an officer to assist with retrieving belongings. Officer reports they will not be assisting this party. Rockland PD advised…7:24 p.m. Caller reports that a male on a scooter appears to be harassing a female walking on Hull Shore Drive. Male keeps racing up ahead of the female and slowing down. Officer spoke with the parties. It is a mother and her 20-year-old son. Parties check out. Units clear…8:29 p.m. C Street. Caller reports a motorcycle blocking his driveway. Vehicle has been tagged.