Police Log: Stolen Tools, Missing Teen And Rabbit At RiskJan 28, 2015 04:45PM ● By Bill Gilman
Tewksbury Police Department.
- Joshua J. Woods, 32, 15 Gov. Hutchinson Road, Billerica, was arrested Monday, Jan. 26 and charged with OUI-liquor (2nd offense), negligent operation of a motor vehicle and speeding.
- Justin P. Peterson, 27, 40 Sturgis St., Woburn, was arrested on Sunday, Jan. 25 and charged with OUI-liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, failure to stop for a police officer, speeding, marked lanes violation, having an open container of alcohol in his vehicle.
- Brian Bendel, 22, 41 Lund Drive, Hudson, NH, was arrested on Saturday, Jan. 24 on two warrants for possession of a Class A substance.
- Christopher R. Robertson, 30, 40 Windsor Tewksbury, was arrested on Saturday, Jan. 24 on a warrant for possession of a Class A substance and a warrant for possession of a Class B substance.
Kayla E. Freda, 20, 8 Rose Lane, Stoneham, was arrested on Monday, Jan. 26 on three outstanding warrants.
- Kayla E. Freda, 20, 8 Rose Lane, Stoneham, was arrested on Monday, Jan. 26 on three outstanding warrants.
- Shannon L. Metcalfe, 24, 7 Hardin St., Wilmington, was arrested on Monday, Jan. 19 and charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license.
- Jason C. Gschwind, 31, 84 G St. Dracut, was arrested on Thursday, Jan. 22, and charged with operating a motor vehicle with a license that has been revoked and larceny over $250.
- Sunday, Jan. 25, 10:59 a.m. -- A male caller on Easement Road reported a large limb blocking a portion of the road. An officer was sent to the scene and he was able to moe it to the side of the road. The DPW was notified and would remove it the next day.
- Sunday, Jan. 25, 11:12 -- A 911 caller from New Mexico Road reported seeing a driver of a car with a rabbit in the vehicle and believed the person might be harming the rabbit. An officer was sent to the scene and located the driver and the rabbit. The officer spoke to the man and learned the bunny was the man's pet. The bunny was not harmed.
- Sunday, Jan. 25, 11:52 a.m. -- Loss protection from Walmart reported a women wearing red sweat pants and a black hoodie had put baby formula in her back pack and fled the store. Four units responded to the store. Witnesses said the woman fled in a vehicle but a description or license plate was not available. A report was filed.
- Saturday, Jan. 24, 10:36 p.m. -- A report of an motor vehicle near 1880 Main St. involving a car and a pedestrian. The victim suffered non-life threatening injuries and was taken by ambulance to Lowell General Hospital Saints Campus for treatment. A report was filed.
- Tuesday, Jan. 20, 7:17 p.m. -- A man walked into Police Headquarters and asked to speak to an officer about tools stolen from his business, Precision Tools, located at 120 Lumber Lane. The value of the missing tools was $4,656.61. A report was filed.
- Tuesday, Jan. 20, 9:34 a.m. -- A missing juvenile female was reported from a home on Heritage Drive. A man called the Police Department and reported that his girlfriend's daughter had left the house and refused to go to school. A description of the girl was provided and four units went to search the area. In the meantime, the girl walked into Police Headquarters and asked to speak to an officer. An officer spoke to the girl, and another spoke to the original caller. An officer gave the girl a ride to her school in Haverhill. A report was filed.
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