Police Log: Motorcyclist Injured In Crash, Thieves Steals Car Parts ... From Cars
Jun 15, 2015 09:58AM ● Published by Bill Gilman
Paramedics load a 42-year-old Bitchwood Road woman onto a Med-Flight helicopter in the Aubuchon Hardware parking lot. She was taken to Boston Medical Center for treatment of an unknown medical condition. Photo by Rich MacDonald.
Tewksbury Dispatch received a call from the woman's boyfriend at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday. He reported she was going in and out of consciousness and was having difficulty breathing.
Emergency personnel responded to the scene and Med-Flight was immediately requested. The woman was transported to the Aubuchon Hardware parking lot, where she was loaded onto the helicopter for transport.
Tewksbury Fire Chief Mike Hazel would not release details of the woman's condition, citing privacy laws, except to say it did not involve a drug overdose or any type of fall.
- Alan T. Gibbon, 21, 73 Pomfret Road, Tewksbury, was arrested Sunday, June 14, and charged with possession of a Class A drug and two counts of possession of Class E drugs.
- Laura Lane, 33, 56 Sparhawk Drive, Amesbury, was arrested June 12 and charged with operating a motor vehicle after her license had been revoked.
- Jonathan J. Cameron, 23, 56 Pupkis Road, Tewksbury, was arrested June 12 on a warrant for a probation violation.
- Joshua B. Yost, 24, 418 Walker Road Apt. 1, Lowell, was arrested June 10 and charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license and a sticker violation.
- Adam J. Labarre, 31, 418 College Highway, Southwick, was arrested June 10 and charged with operating a motor vehicle after his license had been revoked as a Habitual Traffic Offender and driving a motor vehicle not meeting RMV safety standards.
- Howard Barter, IV, 32, 216 North St., Tewksbury, was arrested June 7 on a warrant for a probation violation.
- Andrew P. Brown, 17, 19 Seneca Lane, Wilmington, was arrested June 5 and charged with assault and battery and resisting arrest.
- Jacob Sussenburger, 38, 410 Pinnacle St., Tewksbury, was arrested June 5 and charged with operating a motor vehicle after his license had been suspended for OUI.
- Wednesday, June 10, 5:06 p.m. -- Dispatch received a 911 call about a motor vehicle accident involving a car and a motorcycle at the intersection of Whipple Road and Chapman Road. The call triggered a full emergency response. Both vehicles were towed and the driver of the motorcycle was taken by ambulance to LGH Saints Campus for treatment of non-life threatening injuries.
- Wednesday, June 10, 10:42 a.m. -- Dispatch received a 911 call about a two-car motor vehicle accident at the intersection of East Street asnd Leston Street. Two people were injured in the accident and were taken by ambulance to LGH Saints Campus for treatment of non-life threatening injuries.
- Friday, June 12, 4:59 p.m. -- Dispatch received a 911 call from a resident reporting an intoxicated man who was sick to his stomach on Shawsheen Street. The man also complained of chest pain and was taken by ambulance to LGH Saints Campus for treatment.
- Monday, June 8, 10:41 a.m. -- A caller reports that several catalytic converters had been stolen over the weekend from PAK Auto Body, 464 Woburn St. The caller also said several other businesses in the area also reported having converters stolen out of vehicles over the weekend. An officer was sent to the scene to investigate and a report was filed.
- Wednesday, June 10, 2:37 p.m. -- A 911 caller reported a vehicle had just smashed into a mailbox and trash barrels near 49 North St. and then fled the scene. The caller provided the license plater number of the vehicle. An officer pulled over the vehicle a short time later. A second officer reported damage to mailboxes at both 49 and 53 North St. Citations were issued to the driver and a report was filed.
- Friday, June 12, 8:39 a.m. -- An Oak Street resident called police and reported about an ongoing problem they have been having with a construction crew building a home next door. The caller said someone from the crew brings a dog to work every day and lets the dog roam free around the neighborhood. The caller also reported members of the crew were drinking alcohol on the job. The caller said they planned to call the Animal Control Officer and the Building Department.