A call to the Sudbury Police Department on Thursday about a stuck car horn turned into a drug investigation.At about 5:55 p.m., officers were dispatched to Boston Post Road to assist in shutting off a jammed car horn. According to Sgt. John Harris, while assisting the party, a small quantity of marijuana was observed in the car by the responding officers.
Harris said the amount of marijuana found was less than an ounce. According to Massachusetts state law, anyone found with less than an ounce of marijuana in their possession can be fined $100, Harris said.Harris said because the owner of the car was not present during the finding, a citation was not given at the time.
The case is under investigation. On Sunday, Sudbury police responded to two reports of vandalism. The first happened on Possum Lane at about 8:15 a.m. where a resident reported a smashed mailbox from a post. The second happened on Boston Post Road where the owner of a car reported someone had scratched the car. Harris said three scratch marks, 7 to 10 inches in length, were observed on the passenger side.
Both cases are under investigation. Also Sunday, Sudbury police responded to a two-car accident on Peakham Road. Originally, the call also stated a baby was injured in the crash. When officers arrived, it was deemed the baby was just crying and not hurt, according to Harris. One driver was cited with following too closely.
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