Police Log: February 25 - March 4
A string of vehicle break ins on Brand Street are among the calls officers fielded in the last week.
Friday, Feb. 25 –
10:05 a.m. – Male party wearing a yellow rain jacket and cowboy boots was walking on Main Street carrying a couple of bags and the caller said he appeared to be impaired. Was last seen walking behind Rocco’s. Officers checked the area, but were unable to locate.
1:16 p.m. – Caller reports large pothole in roadway on Eames Street by the railroad tracks heading towards Woburn Street from Main Street. The Department of Public works was notified. A second call reports roadway is flooded. The DPW was notified and they responded.
1:38 p.m. – Caller reports that at approximately 9:15 a.m. today, his was traveling on Eames Street and hit a large pothole, causing a ruptured tire. The DPW was notified and the caller was advised to contact Town Hall.
Saturday, Feb. 26 –
8:10 a.m. – Brand Ave. caller reports his two vehicles were entered during the overnight. He did not go in the vehicles, but noticed a Sirius Satellite radio missing from each vehicle, and both glove boxes were emptied. Several vehicles on Brand Ave. were broken into. Footprints in the snow come down the embankment from the Richmond Street Bridge. Appears they parked their vehicle on Ferguson Road at Old Shawsheen. Photos were taken, and a report was made.
9:48 a.m. – Another Brand Ave. caller reports that a Tom Tom GPS was taken from their Toyota Camry. A GMC Sierra was entered, but did not appear to have anything missing.
9:49 a.m. – A third Brand Ave. caller reports their Jeep Wrangler was entered, but nothing is missing at this time.
2:48 p.m. – Employee at A&S Towing reports items missing from a vehicle on the tow lot. Two male parties left 15 to 20 minutes ago after picking up their vehicle from the tow lot, and now items are missing.
Sunday, Feb. 27 –
2:35 a.m. – Caller on Main Street reports a female ran through the parking lot and was last seen heading towards the post office. Officers find the female, who said she was dropped off at Lucci’s and was attempting to take a shortcut home.
8:38 a.m. – On Avalon Drive, a caller reports a squirrel in her bathroom. She was given pest control numbers. Also spoke to maintenance supervisor who will have someone respond.
4:22 p.m. – At the intersection of Forest Street and Cochrane Road, a caller reports youths in the area throwing snowballs at passing cars.
5:33 p.m. – A Lawrence Street caller reports her 16-year-old daughter is out of control and physically fighting with her and her son. The caller said the girl attempted to put a belt around her neck and harm herself. Peace was restored and the father was on his way to pick up the daughter.
Monday, Feb. 28 –
2:01 p.m. – Officer reports a male party is waiting at the bus stop for one of his kids, and he does not have custody. Police spoke with the man at the location. He was meeting his son to drop off keys his son left while visiting over the weekend. Keys were given to the caller.
Tuesday, March 1 –
7:04 a.m. – Male party at Ristuccia Arena appears to be stumpling and unsteady on his feet, dressed in shorts, a blue vest and a hat. The party checks out OK.
Wednesday, March 2 –
12:18 a.m. – Walk-in party reports he is receiving annoying phone calls from an ex-girlfriend. He was referred to the Woburn Police Department.
5:50 a.m. – Road rage incident between two Acuras is reported. Both vehicles got off at 125 with an unknown direction of travel.
1:09 p.m. – On Pouliot Place, a caller reports two male parties were at his residence looking at plows in his driveway. They were in a white or beige Expedition-type vehicle and left the area approximately 10 to 15 minutes ago. Unable to locate.
1:39 p.m. – Out with man who was on a bicycle on the railroad tracks crossing in front of a train. He was advised not to do so again.
2:36 p.m. – A caller reports that sometime last night her front plate was stolen off of a vehicle while parked at Stream Light, where her son works. She was advised to fill out a stolen plate report.
10:47 p.m. – Caller on Andover Street reports she had someone go by her house yelling that she is “(expletive) dead” and that they were going to go by her business and smash it all up. She also got a voice message a few moments later from a restricted number with a similar message. Four box trucks in the business lot are unlocked with keys in the vehicle. Building checks secure. Left message with caller regarding the trucks.
Thursday, March 3 –
10:29 a.m. – Officer reports that a male party flagged him down and told him that a female party was walking down the street yelling. Police made contact with the female party. She was in no danger and was not aggressive.
11:01 a.m. – State police report receiving a call from a female who claims to be being held against her will on South Street. She wants to leave but can’t. She hung up on state police. Officer reports yelling come from the home on arrival. There was a verbal argument between two parties. The female party left the scene after speaking with the officers and everything is now calm.
11:28 a.m. – Wilmington officers are among those responding to a motor vehicle collision with a pedestrian on I-93 North. Medflight is notified and en route, but the call is canceled when the party is declared dead at the scene.
Friday, March 4 –
3:11 a.m. – Officer reports an odor coming from a pig farm in Tewksbury. The officer reports it extends down Salem Street.