Posse Can't Track Down Renegade Cowpokes; Bat In The Bedroom
Jun 12, 2014 05:14PM ● Published by Bill Gilman
Tewksbury Police Headquarters.
Sometimes it can be hard for the sheriff, ummm, police, to find the culprits ... especially if they are clever hombres and they're really small.
Police received a call from an employee of the Tewksbury Country Club on Wednesday, June 11, at around 2:30 p.m. The employee told the dispatcher that a group was on Algonquin Drive, blowing an air horn at golfers as they tried to hit out of the driving box on the 4th Hole.
Officers responded to the scene and spoke to a neighbor, who told them there had been a group of 10-year-olds, all dressed as cowboys, who had been in that area but were gone.
Officers were unable to locate the group.
Police help Marshals nab fugitive
O.S. Marshals called Tewksbury Police on Wednesday, June 11, at 10:37 a.m. because they had received a tip that a wanted fugitive they had been tracking was staying at the Motel 6, 95 Main St.
Officers accompanied the Marshals to the motel and learned the man was staying in Room 239.
Wil C. Wade, 19, 14 Davis St., 5th Floor, Haverhill, was arrested on a charge of aggravated assault and battery. After his arrest he was transported to Lowell District Court.
Alleged shoplifting leads to drug arrest
On Monday, June 9, at 7:43 p.m., police received a 911 call from an employee at Market Basket, 1900 Main St., to report that had shoplifted a phone from the store. Officers responded to the scene and detained the suspect. After a brief investigation, Stephanie Sadie Cahill, 24, 31 Verndale St., Haverhill, was arrested and charged with larceny of a phone, larceny over $250, shoplifting, receiving stolen property, possession of a Class B drug, possession of a Class A drug.
Felipe O. Ramos, 34, 86 Beacon St., Lawrence, was arrested on June 10 and charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, improper turn and fairlure to grant right of way.
Brian F. Noonan, 39, 4 Highwood Drive, Tewksbury, was arrested on June 9 on a warrant for giving a false name and social security number to a police officer upon arrest.
Monday, June 9, 2:58 p.m. -- Police received a call from a Long Meadow Road resident who alleged fraud. She said she had bought a pool, signed a contract and put down a deposit but that the pool installer never showed up. An officer took down the details of her complaint and filed a report.
Monday, June 9, 4:30 a.m. -- Police received a 911 call from an Apache Way resident who said she had a bat in her bedroom. Two officers responded to the scene but by the game they got there the bat was gone. She said she would contact an exterminator.
Wednesday, June 11, 1:39 p.m. -- A Kent Street resident called police to report that someone had stolen her swan statues. A report was filed.
Monday, June 11, 5:10 p.m. -- A Walnut Road resident called police and reported that his daughter had just been followed while she was out jogging by a car described as a white sedan with tinted windows. A report was filed on the incident.
Wednesday, June 11, 11:32 p.m. -- A man who works on Pond View Drive called 911 to report that his co-workers were yelling at him for reporting to work late. Officers responded to the scene but the co-workers were gone.
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