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Police Log: Baby Squirrels Rescued, Bad Checks Passed, Little Girl Injured By Door

Apr 01, 2016 10:01AM ● By Bill Gilman

Tewksbury Police Department.

  • Michael Paul Schneider, 26, 11 Fay St., Apt. 2, Lowell, was arrested March 26 on a warrant for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. He was also charged with shoplifting.
  • Matthew Michael Bettencourt, 20, 397 Chelmsford St. Apt. 3, Lowell, was arrested March 25 on a warrant for breaking and entering into a building at nighttime and a warrant for larceny over $250.
  • Gina M. Murray, 23, 135 Elm St., Tewksbury, was arrested on March 22 on a warrant for possession of a Class C substance.

Additional Calls:
  • Monday, March 28, 9:56 a.m. -- Caller from Shawsheen Street reports there had been an accident last night involving a deer. The dead deer was still out in front of his house. The Animal Control Officer was notified and they will call the DPW to remove.
  • Monday, March 28, 10:06 a.m. -- A 911 call from the North Street School reports a little girl has her finger stuck in a door. Medical response to the scene. A teacher will accompany the child in the ambulance to Lowell General Hospital and meet her father there.
  • Monday, March 28, 11:37 a.m. -- Police receive a call from Bowman Trailer, 960 East St., Apt. 2, reporting that several of his customers' trailers had been broken into over the weekend. Two officers are sent to the scene. Report filed.
  • Monday, March 28, 2:46 p.m. -- Several 911 calls report a motor vehicle accident on Andover Street at the onramp to Route 495. Full emergency response. One victim is transported by ambulance to Lowell General Hospital for treatment of injuries. Report filed.
  • Sunday, March 27, 5:58 p.m. -- A Kneeland Road resident called police and reported that her son, who had just returned home from college, had been working on his car and found a nest with 4-6 baby squirrels in it. The squirrels were newborn and still had their eyes closed. The caller said she had a younger son, who is severely autistic, who was very scared the squirrels might die without their mother. The caller was told to put the squirrels and the original nest into a box, along with a blanket. She was then instructed to put the box in an area where it was easy for Aninal Control to get to in the morning. ACO was notified.
  • Sunday, March 26, 12:51 p.m. --  Overt the course of two hours, Police received calls from a home on Orchard Street and another on Hillcrest Road, both reporting a sick skunk wandering around their yard. The animal was gone by the time officers arrived.
  • Friday, March 25, 3:21 p.m. --  Police received a 911 call reporting a woman asleep at the wheel of her car on Whipple Road, near French Street. Two officers responded. A second woman took possession of the vehicle.
  • Friday, March 25, 3:44 p.m. -- Police received a 911 call from Citizens Bank, 295 Main St., reporting two females had tried to pass bad checks. Two officers responded. A report was filed.
Al Fresca Ristorante


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