OMGPD: Not Exactly a Request for Grey Poupon

Our weekly compilation of some of the more unusual police reports from around the Boston area. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.

Not Exactly a Request for Grey Poupon
On the afternoon of Sept. 12, Wayland police received a call about an unruly Rolls Royce driver. A woman called to report that the male driver of gray Rolls Royce was yelling obscenities at her as he traveled westbound on Boston Post Road: http://patch.com/A-xRsj

I'm Sorry, But Clothing Isn't Optional Here
On the morning of Sept. 16, Burlington police arrested a resident on a charge of open and gross lewdness, after a Beacon Village manager reported a resident walking around with no clothes on: http://patch.com/A-xTHv

Maybe He Had Another Game To Get To
A Concord woman came into the station on Sept. 14 to report that, while caring for her daughter’s dog, she was playing a round at Nashawtuc Country Club when the dog jumped out of her golf cart and ran away: http://patch.com/A-xWgd

Something About This Doesn't Seem Right
A Rivard Road resident contacted Needham police on Sept. 17 after he received an email from the FBI asking for money. The email appeared to be a scam. Police are investigating: http://needham.patch.com/articles/police-reports-cash-box-stolen-from-fitness-club

Clearly Not Into Recycling
A Belmont man faces OUI charges after a Watertown police officer spotted him throwing a Sam Adams beer bottle from his car while driving through Watertown Square: http://watertown.patch.com/articles/belmont-man-arrested-for-oui-after-throwing-beer-bottle-from-car


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