Monday, March 19
Motor vehicle complaint/field interrogation: At 6:28 a.m., a motorist reported a vehicle traveling left of the center line on Route 101. Officer Martin A. Kolb followed the car from the rotary to just west of Bass Road. Kolb stopped the vehicle after observing it going over the white line once and traveling below the speed limit. Kolb took no action after speaking to the driver to check on their condition.
Hit & run accident report taken: At 10:28 a.m., an Antrim resident reported his car was hit while parked at Nature’s Green Grocer on Union Street.
Mentally disturbed person investigated: At 4:02 p.m., a resident reported a person laying down in a Summer Street parking lot and not moving. Police Chief Scott Guinard found the resident lying down on the apron of her front door. She stated she was fine and just sunbathing.
Protective custody: At 4:38 p.m., a Greenfield resident brought in Involuntary Emergency Admission paperwork for his daughter. The paperwork was not complete and was told to complete and return.
Tuesday, March 20
Suspicious vehicle field interrogation: At 2:43 p.m., a caller reported a person sleeping in a car at the Big Apple. Kolb checked on the man who appeared fine and suggested he move to the nearby plaza parking lot, which he did.
Motor vehicle complaint investigated: At 12:35 p.m., a motorist reported an erratic driver, described as an older male driver who seem confused, on Route 101 by Granite Street last seen pulling into CVS. Officer Justin L. Hyland spoke to the driver who had stopped to have a cigarette. Hyland then followed him home.
Suspicious vehicle investigated: At 3:10 p.m. Hyland found an occupied vehicle at a closed business on Old Bennington Road. The driver said she had pulled into the parking lot to check the under carriage of her vehicle. Both parties were moved along and advised to stay off the property.
Protective custody/transport to hospital: At 5:19 p.m., police located a Peterborough woman on Summer Street for whom Involuntary Emergency Admission paperwork was in effect. She was taken into custody without incident and transported to Monadnock Community Hospital.
Disorderly person: At 7:11 p.m. police went to Monadnock Community Hospital when hospital security requested assistance with an out of control patient. Police arrived to fine the patient had been restrained and medicated.
Wednesday, March 21
Child abuse/neglect report taken: At 2 p.m., police took a report from the Division of Children, Youth and Families of a possible child abuse case at Pheasant Road.
Theft/peace restored: At 9:34 p.m., a resident reported his car keys had been stolen. It was found that a friend had secured the keys due to concerns about the subject’s driving. Once this was explained to him, he apologized for contacting the police and expressed his gratitude for his friend’s actions.
Hit & run accident: At 11:37 p.m., a resident reported his car was hit while parked in the Depot Square parking lot.
Thursday, March 22
Accident: At 4:11 p.m., Olivia Ohnesorge, 23, of Peterborough was northbound on Sand Hill Road in a 2010 Toyota Yaris when she went off the road and hit a utility pole. The driver was taken to Monadnock Community Hospital and the car was towed away with heavy front-end damage.
DWI Investigated: At 4:13 p.m., following a motor vehicle accident on Sand Hill Road police opened an aggravated DWI, open container and disorderly conduct investigation.
Accident: At 6:15 p.m., Raymond Ardine, 35, of Peterborough was southbound on Summer Street in a 2006 Kia Sportage when he started to fall asleep and hit a tree. He was not injured, but there was moderate front-end damage to the Kia, which was towed from the scene.
Check the welfare: At 7:11 p.m., a woman called and requested a check on a family member claiming that he was sad and possibly suicidal. She called back later and said he had replied to an email and that everything was fine.
Disorderly person: 8:56 p.m., police went to Concord Street for a report of an unruly customer at a business. The caller reported a man was arguing back and forth with employees. Police called the business and an employee said there had been a disgruntled customer, but the staff had resolved the issue and he left.
*disclaimer* Police activity logs are released by police departments. Some log entries may be edited or omitted. Police logs are not intended to include all activity of any police department. Arrest records are public information. An arrest takes place when someone is taken into custody by police. Everyone is considered innocent until convicted in a court of law.