Police Log: Accidents Send Three To The Hospital, Vandalism Sabotages Railroad CrossingsFeb 24, 2016 11:51AM ● By Bill Gilman
Tewksbury Police Department.
- William M. Prince, 23, 28 Congress St., Wilmington, was arrested Feb. 16 on a warrant for OUI-liquor.
- Friday, Feb. 19, 12:34 p.m. -- A Castlewood Drive residents came into Police Headquarters and reported that her daughter's friend stole her credit card and had been using it in different towns, including Tewksbury. An officer spoke with the woman and a report was filed.
- Thursday, Feb. 18, 7:52 p.m. -- A caller reported that he had just struck a pedestrian with his vehicle near the intersection of Whipple Road and Windsor Drive. Minor injuries were reported. Three officers and a medical crew responded. An ambulance transported the pedestrian to LGH Saints Campus. A report was filed.
- Thursday, Feb. 18, 9:05 p.m. -- A caller reported a vehicle rollover into the woods at the intersection of Whipple Road and Pine Street near the DPW Building. Full emergency response. Penny's was notified to tow the vehicle. One victim was transported by ambulance to LGH Saints Campus.
- Wednesday, Feb. 17, 7:58 p.m. -- An Allen Road resident called 911 and reported there was someone in the woods with flashlights behind their home. An officer responded and reported a car was parked on the Wilmington side of the town line. Wilmington PD was notified and sent an officer. The officer found a man and reported he had been walking his dog.
- Wednesday, Feb. 17, 9:08 p.m. -- A 911 caller reported a two-car accident at the intersection of Andover Street and Trull Road. Two officers and a medical team responded. One victim was taken by ambulance to LGH Saints Campus. Penney's was called to tow the vehicles.
- Wednesday, Feb. 17, 11:18 p.m. -- An employe from B&M Railroad reported that he was out at the track crossing on North Street to repair the gates. He reported that a stop sign had been ripped out of the ground and thrown onto the tracks causing the gates to malfunction. He reported that exact same thing had happened the night before at the Livingston Street railroad crossing. An officer was sent to the scene and spoke to the worker. The officer reported the street sign was removed from the tracks and DPW would been notified in the morning.
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