Police Log: New Year's OUI, Squatters and Mystery Footprints

(Police log Dec. 26, 2012-Jan. 1, 2013) The following information was supplied by the Wayland Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned it does not indicate a conviction.

Mouse over the pins in the map for information about what took place at that location. The same information, and sometimes additional information, is available below. Please note, not all log items have a specific address that can be mapped. In those cases, the information is only presented below in text form. For more on the arrests mentioned in this log, see "Police Start 2013 with Three New Year's Day Arrests."

  • 116 Cochituate Road; Dec. 26, 10:37 a.m. - Officer Jennifer Ordway reported finding an injured owl. A wounded bird of prey organization was contacted.
  • 100 Rice Road; Dec. 26, 3:53 p.m. - Multiple gunshots heard in the area of Hamlen Woods. Found to be target practice at a farm.
  • 225 Old Connecticut Path; Dec. 26, 7:09 p.m. - Breaking and entering reported. Caller reported that squatters were in his vacant home.
  • 22 Oak Hill Road; Dec. 27, 11:28 p.m. - Caller reported there was a car parked in front of his house and footprints circling to the back of his house, but there were no return footprints. The party entered the wrong house by mistake.
  • 266 Cochituate Road; Dec. 29, 8:47 p.m. - Multiple callers reported a possible head-on collision. Four individuals were transported to area hospitals.
  • 55 Boston Post Road; Jan. 1, 12:23 a.m. - Arrest of Garrett Moore, 22, of Henry Mills Lane in Sudbury. Moore was charged with operating under the influence of liquor.
  • 11 Bow Road; Jan. 1, 11:36 p.m. - Arrest of Jennifer Payne, 22, of Bow Road. Payne was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon after police allege she threw a water cooler bottle at her mother.
  • 16 Old Farm Road; Jan. 1, 2:24 p.m. - Arrest of Anne Cappellucci, 51, of Old Farm Road. Cappellucci was charged with assault and battery when police responded to the address regarding a dispute between sisters.


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