Police Log: Pedestrian Struck By Car, Bats In Her ... Attic
Tewksbury Police Headquarters.
The accident took place around 9:30 p.m. The victim was taken by ambulance to Lowell General Hospital Saints Campus for treatment of significant but non-life-threatening injuries.
No charges were filed immediately against the driver of the vehicle.
Live bats, dead bats ... just a lot of bats
A Livingston Street woman called police on Wednesday to report that she had a bats' next in her home, complete with a large number of bats. She said some had aggressively come at her and her grandson.
She said she'd had the home exterminated a few days earlier and she woke Sunday up to find one in bed with her. Now, she says, she has at least one dead outside and one dead inside the house.
Animal control was called and a message was left. Lou Ann Clement called back and took the resident's contact information.
The bats need to be brought to Boston for disease testing.
- Wednesday, July 23, 9:07 p.m. -- DiMaggio Warehouse, Delaware Corp. on Woburn Street, a 911 caller reported that a co-worker had gotten his hand caught in a piece of machinery. Full medical response and the victim was transported to Lahey Clinic in Burlington.
- Wednesday, July 23, 5:14 p.m. -- A woman walked into Police Headquarters and reported problems with the Market Basket protestors at Oakdale Mall. She said protestors were spilling into the street and that the car horn honking was getting out of hand.
- Thursday, July 24, 5:11 p.m. -- A hit and run accident was reported at 2171 Main St. A newer model black pick up truck reportedly struck a utility pole and then fled the scene. As a result of the accident a wire snapped and went into the road. National Grid was notified. A short time later callers reported multiple wires down at the scene of the accident and Verizon was notified as well.
- Thursday, July 24, 5:58 p.m. -- A caller reported that they saw a juvenile female being chased by an elderly female on Livingston Street. Officers responded to the address provided but the subjects were gone.
- Thursday, July 24, 9:06 p.m. -- A 911 caller reported a female who appeared to be drunk was leaving the Ninety-Nine Restaurant and was looking to drive away. Officers responded to the scene and the 38-year-old woman was placed into protective custody.
- Thursday, July 24, 7:49 a.m. -- A Poland Avenue resident called police and reported that their car had been damaged overnight. An officer responded and a report was filed.
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