The following are excerpts from the Burlington police log for Sunday, Sept. 8, through Saturday, Sept. 14. The log is public record and available for review. All persons are presumed innocent unless found guilty in a court of law.

Sunday, Sept. 8

12:30 a.m.: A noise complaint was reported on Old Colony Road. The reporting party stated there had been a dog barking in the vicinity for hours. She had reportedly attempted to contact the residents, but there did not appear to be anyone home. Police responded and reported dogs were inside the residence with the windows open. They reportedly called the homeowner to advise them, and the homeowner travelled home.

1:22 p.m.: A caller on Kimball Court reported a man entered her apartment and left when he realized she was home.

5:15 p.m.: A car was reportedly keyed in the parking lot of H Mart on Old Concord Road.

6:26 p.m.: A motor vehicle crash with injuries was reported on Beacon Village. The crash reportedly involved a juvenile on a bike and a car.

7:43 p.m.: A caller at Fox Hill Road and Sumner Street reportedly heart “eight loud pops” in the area and thought it was gunshots. A neighbor reportedly stated he thought it was fireworks. Police reported all quiet in the area at the time.

8:17 p.m.: A woman reportedly heard two gunshots at Fernglade and Oak Knoll Road. Police reported all was quiet in the area at the time.

8:52 p.m.: Multiple callers reported a large fight outside of a hotel on Mall Road. Burlington Fire was called for possible injuries. Two people were reportedly issued summonses.

Monday, Sept. 9

10:38 a.m.: Harassment was reported on Larson Circle.

10:39 a.m.: Wires were reportedly down at Mountain Road and Winn Street. Verizon was reportedly notified, and the lines were temporarily removed from the roadway.

4:20 p.m.: Security at Lahey Hospital on South Bedford Street reported a former employee was harassing current employees. Police reportedly spoke with the former employee and advised him to not return to the property unless he had a medical emergency or doctor’s appointment.

6:09 p.m.: A caller was reportedly being followed from Lifetime Fitness on Middlesex Turnpike to Dracut by a man who was also a member of LTF. Police reportedly spoke with the LTF manager, who revoked the man’s membership.

7:12 p.m.: A man reported a threatening note was left on his vehicle on Summit Drive.

Tuesday, Sept. 10

5:18 a.m.: A caller reported “very loud noises” coming from Kings Bowling Alley on Second Avenue. The caller reportedly observed a white van parked by the building. Police did not report seeing a white van, but they found an unlocked side door. Walk through of the building checked OK. The loud noise appeared to come from malfunctioning speakers. Police were reportedly unable to turn them off and unable to secure the side door.

8 a.m.: Wires were reportedly down on Francis Wyman Road. Verizon was reportedly notified. The wire was removed from the roadway.

9:47 a.m.: Harassment was reported at Lahey Hospital on South Bedford Street.

Wednesday, Sept. 11

7:10 a.m.: A caller reported a fight in progress at Dunkin Donuts on Wilmington Road and then hung up the call. There was no answer on call back. Police reportedly planned to follow up with Dunkin Donuts management.

11:36 a.m.: A caller on Ledgewood Drive reported a sick animal in her backyard.

10:12 p.m.: A Caller on County Road reportedly saw a party in front of their house staring inside. The person was reportedly gone on police arrival.

Thursday, Sept. 12

4:52 p.m.: Loss prevention at Hollister on Middlesex Turnpike reported a possible theft in progress. Units were dispatched. No theft had reportedly occurred.

6:04 p.m.: A caller on Beacon Street reported “heavy secondhand smoke” coming from a neighbor’s residence “due to marijuana smoking.” Police spoke with the reporting party and advised her to take it up with property management. The woman reportedly expressed displeasure with management and police services.

9:40 p.m.: The general manager of Buffalo Wild Wings on South Avenue reported a group of youths were attempting to use fake IDs. The youths were reportedly gone on police arrival. The IDs were confiscated.

9:49 p.m.: Security at Target on Cambridge Street reportedly attempted to detain a man for shoplifting merchandise estimated to value $300. Police issued a summons to the suspect.

9:57 p.m.: A disturbance was reported on Mill Street. The caller reported a verbal argument outside of their residence. Police spoke with involved parties and sent several non-residents on their way.

Friday, Sept. 13

10:45 a.m.: A caller on Freeport Drive reported she had been scammed out of $1,400 while trying to purchase a puppy from Arkansas online.

11:34 a.m.: A manager at Redstone American Grill on Third Avenue reported an employee who had been terminated had made threats to another employee.

2:40 p.m.: Security at Macy’s on Middlesex Turnpike reported a shoplifting incident. See arrests.

4:29 p.m.: Debris were reportedly causing a road hazard on Route 3 northbound before exit 33.

7:27 p.m.: Malicious damage was reported on Middlesex Turnpike.

Saturday, Sept. 14

12:13 a.m.: A caller on Beacon Street reported her upstairs neighbors were being excessively loud. An officer reportedly spoke with the involved party, who agreed to keep it down for the remainder of the night.

10:54 a.m.: A resident of Beaverbrook Road reported her mailbox was smashed overnight with a water bottle that had been thrown at the property. The reporting party also noted kids yelling and loud noises, which neighbors confirmed, at approximately 1 a.m. that morning.

6:10 p.m.: A past theft of more than $1,290 worth of merchandise was reported at Victoria’s Secret on Middlesex Turnpike.