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Police Log: Lost Child Reunited With Mother, Officer Makes Emotional Health Of Children A Priority

Apr 07, 2016 09:35AM ● By Bill Gilman

Tewksbury Police Headquarters.

Arrests:
  • Bridget C. Ellis, 24, 158 Concord Road, Apt. D3, Billerica, was arrested on April 2 on a warrnt for unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
  • Sopath Nguon, 34, 111 Humphrey St., Apt. 1, Lowell, was arrested April 1 on a warrant for being a fugitive from justice and a warrant for unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
  • Adam J. Benson, 30, 52 Pond St., Stoneham, was arrested on March 31 for soliciting sexual conduct for a fee.
  • Luz Roderiguez, 39, 19 Washington St., Apt. 3, Lowell, was arrested on March 31 and charged with larceny over $250.
  • Emily Desmaris, 25, 6 Pond Lane Ext., Billerica, was arrested March 31 on a warrant for possession of a Class A substance.

Additional Calls:
  • Saturday, April 2, 1:20 a.m. -- Dispatch received multiple calls from homes on Whipple Road reporting a man who was on foot, going house to house, ringing doorbells and asking to use a lighter. Finally, a female resident said the man was in her carport, as she had let him use her phone. Three officers responded to the scene. An ambulance was requested and the man was taken to LGH Saints Campus for evaluation.
  • Friday, April 1, 10:33 p.m. -- Police received a 911 call from Wayside Road from a man reporting that his home had just been hit with eggs by two females. Two officers were sent to the scene. Report was filed.
  • Thursday, March 31, 5:05 p.m. -- A female caller from Livingston Park reports there is a skunk at the park, limping. An officer responds to the scene and reports that the skunk is sick. However, he doesn't want to shoot the skunk in front of the kids at the park. The Animal Control Officer was notified and responds.
  • Thursday, March 31, 6:45 p.m. -- The Animal Control Officer is out with the sick skunk on the lacrosse field on Livingston Street. The ACO reports discharging one round to put the skunk down.
  • Wednesday, March 30, 4:30 p.m. -- Police received a 911 call from a home on Meredith Road. The caller reported that a young boy, appearing to be about 7 years old, came to the door and seemed to be lost. Two units were sent to the scene. In the meantime, a second 911 call was received from the mother of the young boy, reporting him missing. She was told where the boy was and that he was safe. A report was filed.
  • Wednesday, March 30, 5:15 p.m. -- Dispatch receives a call from resident on Chandler Street, reporting a possibly rabid raccoon in her yard. Two officers are sent to the scene. The homeowner told the officers the raccoon went across the street toward a wooded area. An officer located the raccoon and reported using four rounds to put the animal down.
Al Fresca Ristorante

 

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