Police Log: Four Arrested On Drug Charges, Ex-Employee Threatens Business Owner
Jul 25, 2015 11:40AM ● Published by Bill Gilman
Tewksbury Police Headquarters.
According to Tewksbury Police, the incident began just after 11 a.m., when officers pursued and ultimately pulled over two vehicles on Woburn Street, near the Lowell town line. Four additional officers arrived on scene to provide backup.
After a brief investigation, four men were taken into custody.
Jeffrey Diaz, 39, 213 Cabot Road, Tewksbury, was charged with failure to stop for a police officer and conspiracy to violate drug laws.
Roberto Carlos LeBron, 25, 26 Inman St., Apt. 36, Lawrence, was charged with failure to stop for a police officer and conspiracy to violate drug laws.
Just D. Elliott, 32, 540 South St., Tewksbury, was charged with conspiracy to violate drug laws.
Geoffrey A. Diaz, 37, 213 Cabot Road, Tewksbury, was charged conspiracy to violate drug laws.
- Ashley Huard, 20, 24 Dobson St., Wilmington, was arrested July 23 and charged with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and using a motor vehicle without permission.
- Richard L. Grigg Jr., 53, 148 Hgh St., 2nd Floor, Lowell, was arrested July 21 on a warrant for operating a motor vehicle with suspended registration.
- Friday, July 24, 11:18 a.m. -- The owner of RM Precision, 120 Lumber Lane, called police and reported that an ex-employee had threatened to bring a gun to work. Two officers responded to the scene and spoke to the owner. A report was filed.
- Friday, July 24, 1:48 p.m. -- Wilmington PD called regarding a hit and run that took place in the parking lot of the Market Basket in their town. They reported that the registered owner of the car that fled the scene was a Tewksbury resident. Tewksbury officers contacted the registered owner, who reported that his wife had the vehicle and was driving it. He said he would contact his wife and contact the Wilmington Police.
- Thursday, July 23, 7:37 p.m. -- Police received a call from a person who said he had just found a full case of liquor at the base of the Wamesit Indian Statue on Main Street. An officer was dispatched to the scene and reported that he had taken custody of the liquor.