The following are excerpts from the Cohasset police log for Monday, Sept. 4, through Sunday, Sept. 10. The log is public record and available for review. All persons are presumed innocent unless found guilty in a court of law.

Monday, Sept. 4

6:53 a.m.: A residential alarm was reported on Ox Pasture Lane. Police reported the residence appeared secure.

7:50 a.m.: An erratic operator was reported turning on Pond Street from Route 3A coming from Scituate. Police checked the area and reported nothing showing.

8:27 a.m.: A caller reported people fishing on the conservation land near Atlantic Avenue. An officer spoke to the party, who was unaware he couldn’t fish there.

11:17 a.m.: A tank was reported smoking on Sandy Beach near Atlantic Avenue. The reporting party was a walk-in and returned to the area to point it out to fire personnel. A contracter reported a liquid oxygen tank was leaking and stated the valve must have been opened by someone. Fire personnel cleared the leak.

7:50 p.m.: A caller reported an erratic operator in a box truck, possibly drunk, near Shaw’s Supermarket on Chief Justice Cushing Highway. The caller reported the male operator was walking like he was drunk. Police were unable to locate the vehicle.

8:14 p.m.: A caller reported a guy lighting off fireworks on Hull Street and stated it was an ongoing issue. Hingham was advised of the complaint. An officer reported he had been sitting in the area and all was quiet.

Tuesday, Sept. 5

1:17 a.m.: A fire alarm was reported at a residence on Black Rock Road. Fire personnel confirmed it was accidental.

8:22 a.m.: A school bus company reported the gates stuck down at the MBTA Cohasset station on Chief Justice Cushing Highway. The T was notified. An officer reported the gate was in the upright position.

2:53 p.m.: A caller reported his car was hit near Tedeschi Food Shops on South Main Street. No injuries were reported. The caller did not know when it happened.

5:09 p.m.: A two-car accident was reported on Beechwood Street at Chief Justice Cushing Highway. No smoke or fire was reported coming from the vehicles. An officer on scene reported no injuries — paper exchange only.

6:35 p.m.: An erratic operator was reported speeding down Beach Street on a motorcycle. The party was going too fast for the caller to get a description. The caller stated it was an ongoing issue. Police checked the area and reported nothing showing.

7:56 p.m.: A front door alarm was reported at South Shore Pool Supply on Chief Justice Cushing Highway. An officer reported the double door was secure but if pushed would set off the alarm, and the wind was blowing.

9:23 p.m.: A caller reported his brother was blocking access to his property on Mill Lane. The caller and his brother are co-owners of the property and he had been served paperwork regarding access. An officer reported the truck owner refused to move the truck, which was parked in front of the garage and not blocking access to the residence. The other brother had left a threatening voicemail on his brother’s phone threatening to burn the truck.

9:35 p.m.: A fire alarm was reported at a residence on Jerusalem Road. Fire personnel reported nothing showing and reset the system.

10:36 p.m.: A caller on Mill Lane from earlier asked to speak with an officer regarding paperwork he had. Police reported the matter was settled for the time, and the brothers would have to take it up with the courts unless access was blocked.

Wednesday, Sept. 6

12:33 a.m.: A commercial alarm was reported at Feng Shui on Chief Justice Cushing Highway. Police reported the building appeared secure.

12:55 a.m.: An interior lobby motion alarm was reported at Cohasset Collision Center on Chief Justice Cushing Highway. Police reported the building was secure.

6:58 a.m.: A caller reported a tree partially in the roadway on King Street. An officer cleared a tree limb off the roadway and called the Department of Public Works to clear the tree with equipment.

9:06 a.m.: An employee at Earth Tone Salon reported a litter of four stray kittens next to the building on Chief Justice Cushing Highway. The owner was holding onto them for the time being.

9:59 a.m.: Larceny was reported at Cohasset Junior/Senior High School on Pond Street.

10:36 a.m.: A dump truck reportedly struck a tree on Beach Street, and the tree was in danger of falling when the truck was moved. The tree and truck were removed.

11:20 a.m.: A fire alarm was reported at Tretis House on Elm Street. Fire personnel reported nothing showing but were unable to reset the system.

11:22 a.m.: A general fire alarm was reported at St. Stephen’s Church on Highland Avenue. Fire personnel reported no smoke or fire and reset the system.

11:22 a.m.: A carbon monoxide alarm was reported on Cedar Lane. The party on site reported no symptoms but stated there was lightning in the area. Personnel reported an alarm malfunction and reset the system.

11:23 a.m.: A fire alarm was reported at Cohasset Historical Society on South Main Street. Personnel reported nothing showing and reset the system.

11:53 a.m.: A caller on Stevens Lane reported she arrived home and all alarms had been tripped and she heard a banging noise coming from behind one of the outlets. There was no smoke, fire or odor, but she was advised to evacuate. Fire personnel reported a lightning strike to the chimney. The wiring inspector was notified.

12:25 p.m.: Fire alarms were reported at Second Congregational Church on Highland Avenue. Fire personnel reported nothing showing.

12:30 p.m.: A caller reported a Landers truck was parked in front of his driveway on Hull Street and when he approached the driver, the driver got in his face and pushed him. The reporting party wanted to press charges.

1:04 p.m.: A caller reported detectors going off for an hour at a residence on Windy Hill Road. No smoke or fire was reported. Fire personnel reset the system.

2:34 p.m.: A fire alarm was reported at the Harborview Center for Nursing on Chief Justice Cushing Highway. Fire personnel reported a system malfunction and reset the system.

4:49 p.m.: A fire alarm was reported at the Harborview Center for Nursing on Chief Justice Cushing Highway. The caller reported it was smokey and then disconnected. Fire personnel checked the interior and then cleared all units.

6:43 p.m.: A strong odor of gas was reported inside George Mealy Post on Summer Street. The building was evacuated, and National Grid was notified.

7:16 p.m.: A first-floor motion alarm was reported at a residence on Little Harbor Road. Police checked and secured the property.

Thursday, Sept. 7

7:40 a.m.: A fire alarm was reported at Harborview Center for Nursing on Chief Justice Cushing Highway. The facility called and stated there was an alarm issue.

12:07 p.m.: A well being check was requested for a drunk male party who left in a maroon truck near Curtis Liquors on Chief Justice Cushing Highway. Scituate and HIngham police were notified. Police were unable to locate a vehicle matching the description.

12:47 p.m.: Police located a maroon truck at Fiori’s Gulf Service Station on Chief Justice Cushing Highway. The vehicle was unoccupied. A wrecker was requested, and one party was taken into protective custody.

2 p.m.: A well being check was requested for an elderly man in the parking lot at Stop & Shop on Chief Justice Cushing HIghway who fell and hit his head. The party denied any injury and left in a blue Nissan. The caller was concerned because he seemed unsteady on his feet. An officer reported the party was home with his wife and everything was fine.

5:27 p.m.: A caller reported two men paving the road on Summer Street who appeared to be in an altercation. Police reported it was verbal only and that the parties had a long day.

Friday, Sept. 8

9:15 a.m.: A caller reported a baby bird fell out of a tree on Avalon Drive. The caller was not sure if it was injured. The bird was gone on police arrival.

5:34 p.m.: A caller reported a male party on her property on North Main Street who set up an illegal campsite. She stated he has set up curtains and barriers and that the town has had an ongoing issue with him. Police reported there did not appear to be anyone on the property.

6:54 p.m.: A walk-in reported larceny.

8:49 p.m.: A caller reported a car running in the driveway next to her house on Border Street and no one around or at the house. Police reported the car owner had gone into the city and had keyless start. An officer shut off and secured the motor vehicle.

9:07 p.m.: A well being check was requested by a manager at Tedeschi Food Shops on South Main Street for an employee who was acting strange and hallucinating. The manager shut the store down until police arrived. The woman involved thought she had bugs crawling out of her pockets. Police reported she was hiding in the store and requested medics. The party was transported to South Shore Hospital.

10:12 p.m.: A resident reported youths jumping from the Border Street Bridge on Border Street. Police reported nothing showing.

Saturday, Sept. 9

1:29 a.m.: A kitchen motion alarm was reported at Feng Shui on Chief Justice Cushing Highway. A search of the area was negative.

5:15 a.m.: Fire headquarters reported that a resident had contacted them complaining about noise from the sewer plant on Tupelo Road. The Sewer Department was notified.

11:59 a.m.: A two-car accident was reported near Hingham Lumber Co. on Chief Justice Cushing Highway. Airbags deployed, and one female party was reportedly shaken and holding her chest. No injuries were reported, and Scituate Collision responded.

12:06 p.m.: A caller reported an erratic operator in a brown minivan heading toward Beechwood Street on King Street who passed him on the left as he was pulling into his driveway.

12:45 p.m.: A caller reported two young kids throwing rocks into the middle of the road on Beechwood Street. The caller advised them that it was unsafe and they ran down Oxpasture. The children were gone on police arrival.

8:36 p.m.: A residential alarm was reported on Beach Street. Police reported the property appeared secure.

11:21 p.m.: An open door was reported at CVS Pharmacy on Chief Justice Cushing Highway. Police checked the building and found nothing out of the ordinary.

11:50 p.m.: A caller reported loud music coming from a house on Carbone Lane. Police spoke to the homeowner, who was advised to turn down the music and bring it inside.

Sunday, Sept. 10

12:10 a.m.: A caller reported a train appeared to have hit a large tree on Beechwood Street and debris in the roadway. Police advised the issue was with the MBCR, which had hit a 2-foot tree, leaving debris on the roadway and damage to the tracks. MBTA was notified and responded.

11:27 a.m.: A walk-in reported a large broken tree limb in a tree on South Main Street that may fall. An officer reported the dead branch was resting on the tree; there were no wires and it was not a road hazard. The DPW was notified.

4:46 p.m.: A caller reported a syringe on Sandy Beach on Atlantic Avenue. The caller pointed it out to an officer, and the item was disposed of.

5:17 p.m.: A neighbor reported a fire alarm at a residence on North Main Street. The windows were cracked, and the caller didn’t believe anyone was home. No smoke or fire were reported.