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DCF Investigating Infant, Toddlers Found Alone In Hotel Room

Jul 09, 2014 10:28AM, Published by Bill Gilman, Categories: Public Safety, Today


Tewksbury Police Headquarters.



DCF is investigating the case of three young children found alone in a room at the Extended Stay America Hotel on Monday.

According to a Tewksbury Police report, a desk clerk found the children, the oldest of which is 2, when another guest called about a baby crying. The clerk tried calling the room but the two-year-old answered, according to the report. The clerk then entered the room and found the children unattended.

The youngest child was found in a car seat on the middle of the bed with a bottle propped against its mouth with a blanket.

The clerk called police, who notified DCF. The mother of the children was found in another room of the hotel. According to police, no criminal charges have been filed.

National Grid To Conduct Customer Surveys In Tewksbury

On Monday, July 7, National Grid employees came into Police Headquarters at 9:46 a.m. and told dispatch that they would be out in the community throughout the month conducting customer surveys. A list of the employees was left at the front desk. The employees also checked in at Town Hall with the Town Clerk.

Arrests:

David Robson, 34, 173 Coburn St., Lowell, was arrested on Sunday, July 6, on an outstanding warrant for receiving stolen property.

Additional Calls:

Monday, July 7, 2:57 p.m. -- a Bond Street resident walked into Police Headquarters to report that her car had been broken into some time overnight. A report was filed.

Monday, July 7, 7:27 a.m. -- A Crawford Drive resident called Police and reported that his wife's car had been covered with mustard some time overnight.He said he would come into the station to file a report later in the day.

Sunday, July 6,  12:01 p.m. -- A Sharon Street resident called police to report there was a raccoon in her trash and it was making all kinds of noise. An officer responded to the home, found the raccoon and freed it from the trash can.

Sunday, July 6, 7:53 p.m. -- A Pine Street resident walked into Police Headquarters and reported he was having a problem with a neighbor, who was coming after his dog with a baseball bat. Information was taken and a report was filed.

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