Burglary Suspect Arrested Twice In Two Days
The following information was supplied by the Tewksbury Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
One of three suspects arrested in connection with a burglary last week was arrested again the very next day.
Erica Jane Ruane, 25, 15 Cannongate Road, Apt. 31, Tyngsboro, was arrested by Tewksbury Police the night of Dec. 4 and charged, along with two men, with breaking into a home at 666 Whipple Road earlier that day.
Raune was arraigned in Lowell District Court on Wednesday, Dec. 5 and released pending her next court date. Later that same day, she and a second woman were arrested stealing merchandise at Home Depot on Route 38. Ruane was charged with shoplifting items with a value greater than $100.
The second woman was identified at Sarah Donna O'Toole, 24, 2 Pollard St., Apt. 2, Lowell. She was arrested on two outstanding warrants and also charged with shoplifting in excess of $100.
Victim Runs Into Burger King To Escape Assault
On Friday, Dec. 7, at 1:09 p.m., police received a 911 call from a man who said he had just been assaulted by another man at the Motel 6. The caller said he had run into the nearby Burger King restaurant to escape the attack. Three police units responded to the scene. After an investigation, they arrested Anthony Menard, 43, 316 Rogers St. Apt. 2, Lowell. He was charged with Domestic Assault and Battery.
Lois Collins, 60, 96 Summer St., Tewksbury, was arrested on Dec. 8 and charged with Domestic Assault and Battery.
Jose Manuel Alvarado, 44, 103 Bower St., Apt. 7, Lowell, was arrested on Dec. 8 and charged with shoplifting (3rd offense) after an incident at Marshalls.
Mario Cudia, 42, 62 Martha Ave., Tewksbury, was arrested on Dec. 8 and charged with OUI-Drugs, Operating a Motor Vehicle with a Suspended License, Negligent operation of a motor vehicle and a marked lanes violation.
Sandra Cross, 56, 184 Marshall St., 2nd Floor, was arrested on Dec. 5 and charged with Domestic Assault and Battery.
On Dec. 8 at 3:25 p.m., a Leicester Street resident called police and said she had been the victim of a threat over the telephone. The caller said she had the threat recorded on an answering machine. An officer was sent to the scene and a report was filed.
On Dec. 8 at 7:38 a.m., a Washington Street resident called police and said her daughter's car had been hit with eggs overnight. The caller said she had installed cameras outside her home and believed she had the car involved on tape. An officer was sent to the home and a report was filed.
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