Friday, Jan. 25
11:24 a.m.- The Bedford Police Department received a call reporting a white Honda Civic being driven erratically on Springs Road. The Honda pulled out of Middlesex Community College onto Springs Road without stopping, drove through the V.A. Medical Center while speeding and nearly hit a pedestrian in the crosswalk.
12:23 p.m.- A resident of Beverly Road reported a golden retreiver loose in her yard. The caller said the dog had tags but she could not get close enough to read them. The responding officer reported that upon arrival, the dogs owner had showed up.
3:17 p.m.- An officer reported he was flagged down by a passerby near 400 Carlisle Road who reported there was someone walking out onto the ice near the boat landing. The officer reported there was no one on the ice.
4:43 p.m.- An officer reported Paul McDonald, of 204 Springs Road in Bedford, was placed under arrest for operating a vehicle after suspension of his license. McDonald was arrested after he was stopped while driving on Great Road.
7:26 p.m.- A tree was hanging on wires on the Middlesex Turnpike near the Billerica town line. NSTAR reported the wires were not theirs. The Department of Public Works responded to remove the tree.
8:09 p.m.- Police received a call reporting a vehicle being operated erratically on Crescent Avenue. The responding officer reported he could not locate the vehicle.
10:10 p.m.- Police received a call from a resident of Railroad Avenue who reported a dark colored vehicle driving by a residence and singling out a resident over an intercom attached to a vehicle. The reporting person said it appeared to be teenagers in the vehicle. The responding officer checked the area, but did not locate the vehicle.