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Police Log: Crash Sends Two To Hospital, One To Jail, Dog Found Locked In Self Storage Unit

Oct 27, 2015 06:45PM ● By Bill Gilman

Tewksbury Police Department.

An Everett man is facing charges and two people were hospitalized following two-car accident early Tuesday morning.
According to Tewksbury Police reports, emergency crews responded to multiple 911 calls, just after 2:15 a.m. reporting a motor vehicle accidents near the Motel 6, 95 Main St.
According to Fire Chief Mike Hazel, one vehicle sustained heavy front end damage and air bags in the vehicle deployed. Hazel said one passenger in that vehicle was taken by ambulance to LGH Saints Campus with facial injuries.
The second vehicle sustained rear end damage. One person in that vehicle was taken by ambulance to Lahey Clinic in Burlington with with rib cage and facial injuries.
In the meantime, the driver of one of the vehicles involved in the crash was placed under arrest. Sean Coiley, 35, 190 Shute St., Everett, was charged with OUI-liquor (2nd offense), driving with a suspended license (3rd or subsequent offense), leaving the scene of a personal injury accident and negligent operation of a motor vehicle.
No further details on the accident were immediately available and the condition of the victims was not released.

Additional arrests:
  • Joseph P. Fay, 48, 3 Champion St., Tewksbury, was arrested Oct. 25 and charged with OUI-liquor, failure to stop/yield and a marked lanes violation.
  • Mia V. Curtatone, 21, 5 Minton Road, Billerica, was arrested Saturday, Oct. 24 and was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and shoplifting.

Additional calls:
  • Saturday, Oct. 24, 10:04 a.m. -- The manager of Simply Self-Storage, 470 Main St., called Police and reported there was a dog locked in one of the self-storage units. The Animal Control Officer was notified but the dog was freed before she arrived. The ACO spoke with the owner over the phone.
  • Saturday, Oct. 24, 4:29 p.m. -- A caller to Dispatch reported finding a carriage full of new toys near 1896 Main St. in the far left parking lot. Two officers responded to the scene and spoke to the man. A box filled with toys was brought back to Police Headquarters.
  • Monday, Oct. 26, 6:48 p.m. -- Police responded to Victor Drive after a caller reported two juveniles had taken bicycles belonging to two other juveniles. A report was filed.
  • Monday, Oct. 26, 9:55 p.m. -- A John Street resident walked into Police Headquarters and reported someone had stolen his identity and has used his social security number to order cell phone service. An officer came into headquarters to speak to the man and a report was filed.
  • Monday, Oct. 26, 11:46 a.m. -- The owner of CargoTech USA, 494 Woburn St., called and reported a van had been stolen from off his property some time overnight. Two units responded to the scene. The stolen vehicle has Ohio registration plates. A report was filed.
  • Sunday, Oct. 25, 9:41 a.m. -- A man called Dispatch and reported he is staying at Motel 6, 95 Main St., and that someone had spray-painted his semi tractor trailer at some point overnight. An officer responded to the scene and filed a report.
  • Sunday, Oct. 25, 12:48 p.m. -- Police received a call from the clerk at Mariott Towne Place Suites, 20 International Place. The clerk reported that there was vandalism done to a vehicle in their parking lot. An officer responded to the scene. Damage was minor. No report was filed.
  • Saturday, Oct. 24, 3:01 p.m. -- An employee of Oakdale Liquors called Police and reported there was a man in the store that appeared significantly intoxicated. Three officers responded to the scene and tried to speak to the man. An ambulance was called to the scene so the man could be taken to the hospital for observation. However, a short time later the man collapsed and the officers reported they needed the ambulance for an overdose. Narcan was administered and the man was taken by ambulance to LGH Saints Campus for treatment.
  • Friday, Oct. 23, 9:02 p.m. -- A Helvetia Street resident walked into Police Headquarters and reported malicious damage had been done to his vehicle, possibly by a BB gun. An officer inspected the vehicle, saw damage to a window and confirmed it had been hit with a BB. The man said he thought it happened some time overnight. A report was filed.

 

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