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Police Log: Tewksbury Trio Nabbed With Drugs, Lacrosse Fields Damaged

Jul 06, 2015 02:44PM ● By Bill Gilman

Tewksbury Police Headquarters.

Three Tewksbury men are facing drug charges after their arrest Thursday.
Jeremy Gleaton, 23, 697 Shawsheen St., Shawn M. Conley, 27, 116 Tenth St., and Steven F. Rich, 25, 22 Highland Ave., were arrested around 6:30 p.m., after the vehicle they were riding in was pulled over by police on Woburn Street.
A search of the vehicle by officers found drugs in the possession of all three men. Gleaton, Rich and Conley are each being charged with Possession of a Class A substance and Possession of a Class B substance.

Additional Arrests:
  • Robin L. Leahy, 52, 74 Webster St., Marshfield, was arrested on July 2, on two outstanding warrants, both for driving a motor vehicle with a suspended license.
Additional Calls:
  • Thursday, July 2, 8:13 -- An officer reported seeing a four-wheeled recreation vehicle and a dirt bike riding on the lacrosse fields on Livingston Street. According to the officer, the vehicles were tearing up the grass on the fields. Before the officer could approach the riders, the suspects fled the scene in their vehicles and the officer lost sight of them. He searched the area but was unable to locate them.
  • Saturday, July 4, 6:59 p.m. -- An employee of Mattress Giant, 345 Main St., called police to report a dog had been locked in an SUV that was parked horizontally in the Wamesit Plaza parking lot. The employee said the dog's owner had left the vehicle to panhandle nearby. Two officers responded to the scene and spoke to the dog's owner. He told the officers there was plenty of food and water in the vehicle and that he brought the dog out of the SUV occasionally during the day.
  • Saturday, July 4, 8 to 11 p.m. -- Police received numerous calls from all sections of town reporting illegal fireworks going off in residential neighborhoods. In some of the cases, officers were able to locate the source of the fireworks and told the residents to shut it down.
  • Saturday, July 4, 11:20 a.m. -- A North Street resident walked into Police Headquarters and said some person had vandalized her vehicle. An officer came into the station and talked to the resident and a report was filed.
  • Saturday, July 4, 3:39 p.m. -- A man called police and reported he had found a small, light-colored house dog wandering free around 30 Whipple Road. He said he planned to hold on to the dog until the owner claimed it. Animal Control was notified.
  • Saturday, July 4, 2:15 a.m. -- Dispatch received multiple 911 calls about a fight going involving several individuals on on Tenth Street. Five officers responded to the scene. One individual reportedly fled the scene. Officers spoke to those involved but no arrests were made. A report was filed.
  • Saturday, July 4, 4:39 a.m. -- Dispatch received a 911 call from a female resident of Tenth Street, reporting there was a man trying to enter her home to start a fight.  Three officers were sent to the scene. The suspect had left the scene in a vehicle. That vehicle was pulled over and the driver was spoken to. A report was filed.
  • Thursday, July 2,  -- Police received a call regarding a motor vehicle accident near 2102 Main St. A car had struck a utility pole. An ambulance responded to the scene and one person was transported to LGH Saints Campus. National Grid was notified. Two detail officers were needed to handle traffic while work crews repaired the pole.


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