Police Log: Suspects Arrested In Home Invasion, French Street Home Robbed
Dec 22, 2014 07:12PM ● Published by Bill Gilman
Tewksbury Police Headquarters.
According to a police report, Tewksbury Police were received a BOLO from the LPD on a green Volvo station wagon sought in connection with the home invasion on West Sixth Street. Three men broke into the home, one of whom was brandishing a handgun. The occupants of the home were robbed and at least one of them was beaten.
Tewksbury officers located the vehicle in the driveway of a home at 308 Pine St., Tewksbury, just before 1 a.m. Lowell PD and State Police were notified.
One suspect was taken into a custody at the scene and a second was located on foot near the intersection of Whipple Road and Doherty Street.
Arrested were Daniel Trinidad, 19, 25 Lilly St., Apt. 2, Lowell and Wilfredy Delacruz, 22, 91 Center St., Methuen. A third suspect is still being sought in connection with the incident.
Trinidad and Delacruz were arraigned in Lowell District Court Monday.
French Street home robbed, but by whom?
Tewksbury Police are continuing to investigate a robbery that took place at 100 French St., sometime between Saturday night and Sunday morning.
According to a TPD report, at around 10:30 p.m. Saturday, a 911 call was received by Essex Regional Dispatch, from someone claiming that they were being robbed while walking down the street. The call was lost and Tewksbury Dispatch was notified. Tewksbury Dispatch called the number back and the male who answered said there was a mistake. He said his name was "Robbie" and that his 7-year-old brother had been fooling with his phone. He refused to give his location.
At this point, Dispatch contacted Sprint Wireless, which "pinged" the phone and ID'd the location as being around French Street. Officers were dispatch to the area and located and detained two individuals, one of whom was bleeding from a cut. During the course of the investigation, they also located blood on the ground outside of 100 French St.
Adam J. Dias, 24, 48 Vernon St., #9, Bradford and Roland Levesque, 41 Grandite Road, Effington, NH, were taken into Protective Custody. An ambulance was requested for the individual who was bleeding but he declined treatment.
On Sunday, at 4:14 p.m., the owner of the home at 100 French St. called police and reported that her home had been robbed at some time overnight. She said a 50-inch TV had been stolen. An officer was sent to the residence to speak to the woman and filed a report.
No further details were immediately available but Chief Timothy Sheehan said the investigation is active and ongoing.
Usually the presents are found UNDER the tree
On Saturday, Dec. 20, at 5:02 p.m., a woman walked into Police Headquarters and reported that she had found a diamond tennis bracelet, inside a tree in the Christmas Tree lot on East Street. The woman said she had asked people around the lot but could not locate the owner. The bracelet was taken and placed near the front window.