Domestic Assault, BB Gun Shooting, OUIs Top Tewksbury Police Log
Jul 15, 2014 03:46PM ● Published by Bill Gilman
Tewksbury Police Headquarters.
- AnnMarie Marshall, 42, and Theodore C. Legatos, Jr., 45, both of 450 Pawtucket St., Apt. A, Lowell, were both arrested on Monday, July 14, at Wal-Mart and each was charged with larceny over $250 and conspiracy.
- Cheryl A. Reynolds, 55, 1 Swain Road, Wilmington, was arrested on Sunday, July 13, and charged with OUI-Drugs, OUI-Liquor, marked lanes violation, negligent operation of a motor vehicle and failure to stop/yield.
- Cristina Marie Homem, 20, 19 Irene Drive, Billerica, was arrested on Sunday, July 13, following a single car crash near 102 South St. She was charged with OUI-Liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle and a marked lane violation.
- Steven R. Boulay, 24, 9 Maplewood Ave., Tewksbury, was arrested on Saturday, July 12, and charged with Domestic Assault and Battery.
- Paul Rocco, 43, 121 Elm St., North Reading, was arrested on Friday, July 11, and charged with Domestic Assault and Battery.
- Saturday, July 13, 11:10 a.m. -- A Memorial Drive resident called Police to report someone had fired a BB gun and put several homes in windows of his home. An officer responded to the scene and sometime later, three additional officers and a K9 unit from Westford was called to the scene. No arrests were immediately made and a report was filed.
- Tuesday, July 15, 7:17 a.m. -- An employee at the Saunders Building of the State Hospital called police to report that someone had cut them off as they pulled into work. The caller said the vehicle was a pickup truck with New Hampshire plates. The caller said after he parked, the other driver got out of his vehicle and "stared him down" before leaving the scene.
- Monday, July 14, 8:58 p.m. -- A caller staying at Motel 6 called police to report that his I-Phone had been stolen. An officer responded to the scene and took a report.
- Sunday, July 13, 3:43 p.m. -- A Ferncroft Road resident called police and reported that the generator was running all day and all night at Tewksbury High School and was very loud. He said the generator had kept him awake all morning while he was trying to get some sleep. An officer went to the school and verified the report and School Department Maintenance was notified.