Somebody found a spent .45 round at the rear service entrance of a Lime Street property, according to a 7:51 a.m. report.
Police received an 8:05 a.m. report that a child had been hit in a crosswalk on Turner Road, but an officer determined she had actually run into a parked car. She was uninjured.
A work crew in the area of Beacon Street and Crowninshield Road was making the roadway too narrow, according to a 10:42 p.m. report. Police determined it was the highway department. “They can’t afford a detail and will not be hiring one,” wrote an officer.
A Green Street woman reported at 12:03 p.m. that somebody had slashed her BMW convertible’s roof. Police determined there was a two-inch gash over the driver’s area, but that it didn’t appear to be vandalism and nothing was missing from inside the vehicle.
An MBTA bus struck a pole at Elm and Curtis streets at 1:45 p.m. No injuries were reported, and the bus was towed.
Police received a 1:47 p.m. report of a dispute between a woman and her neighbor “where her dog went on the porch and the neighbor shoved the dog.” Police wrote later: “No answer at the house or on the phone. Caller had said she was going to take a walk to cool off.”
Police received a 5:45 p.m. report that somebody in a nearby apartment building was yelling things at a softball team behind the school on Pleasant Street. Police spoke to a man at 11 Prince St. and subsequently wrote: “Spoke to the homeowner and he was advised not to yell profanity out the windows at the girls.”
An 84-year-old Stonybrook Road woman was hospitalized after an 8:56 p.m. report that she had fallen in the kitchen and struck her head.