Police were called to the Concord Public Library at about 8:30 p.m. Monday, June 16, after a patron and employee noticed human feces on the men’s bathroom floor.
An employee told police it was the third such incident in the last two weeks.
Notable Incidents in Concord from Monday, June 16, to Saturday, June 21
Saturday, June 21
10:18 a.m., A Concord Flower Shop employee called police to Commonwealth Avenue after noticing that someone had ripped off the back windshield wipers of a company vehicle.
Friday, June 20
9:31 p.m., A tractor trailer hit the railroad bridge at Main and Wood streets. Police cited the driver for negligent operation of a motor vehicle and failure to obey signage. The bridge did not suffer any structural damage, police said.
Friday evening, A number of residents called police to report magazine solicitors at their door.
2:06 a.m., Stephen A. Kerr, 58, of Myrick Lane, Harvard, was arrested on Main Street and charged with operation of a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol.
1:08 a.m., A Thoreau Street resident reported a loud party near Main Street and Cottage Lane. Police located a pool party, and the partygoers said they would quiet down.
Thursday, June 19
9:16 p.m., Benjamin E. Lesser, 21, of Crescent Road, Concord, was cited after a motor vehicle stop on Wood Street for operation of a motor vehicle with registration suspended/revoked and having an uninsured motor vehicle.
12:43 p.m., Daniel DaSilva, 25, of Manning Street, Hudson, was cited after a motor vehicle stop on the Concord Turnpike for operation of a motor vehicle with license suspended.
Wednesday, June 18
10:31 p.m., Dawn M. Mills, 41, of Barre Road, Hubbardston, was cited after a motor vehicle stop on Main Street for operation of a motor vehicle with license revoked and failure to signal.
11:21 a.m., Maurice J. Ryan, 27, of Harris Street, Acton, was arrested after a motor vehicle stop on Main Street and charged with operation of a motor vehicle with license suspended and having no inspection sticker. Ryan also had a warrant out of Lowell.
10:05 a.m., Jeremy M. Bailey, 26, of Emerson Gardens, Lexington, was cited after a motor vehicle stop on the Concord Turnpike for operation of a motor vehicle with registration suspended/revoked and no inspection sticker.
Tuesday, June 17
9:14 p.m., A Lanes End resident called police after hearing what sounded like six gunshots. Police said the noise was from firecrackers on College Road.
8:39 p.m., Eber Ortiz, 33, of Azalea Court, Acton, was cited after a motor vehicle stop on the Concord Turnpike for unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and failure to stop/yield.
Monday, June 16
1:51 p.m., An Old Pickard Road resident reported that her computer had been stolen from her home.
1:19 p.m., An Elm Street resident called police after hearing what sounded like gunshots. Police advised that the sounds were coming from the “crop cannon” at Northeastern Correctional Center’s farm.