Cruiser Involved in Accident and a Man Who Desperately Wanted Some Donuts
Resident arrested after shouting at cars and pedestrians.
At around 8:20 p.m. Saturday, Det. Brian O'Neil reported that his vehicle had been struck by another vehicle in an area behind Motel 6, 95 Main St.
Two cruisers responded to the scene. According to the police report filed, Det. O'Neil had the license plate number of the vehicle that struck him. The report also stated that a criminal application was to follow.
No further details on the incident were immediately available and no injuries were reported.
It's a drive-thru, not a walk-thru
Just after 3 a.m. on Saturday, police received a call from an employee at Dunkin' Donuts, 381 Main St., reporting a man banging on the windows of the business. Officers responded and reported that the man had been trying to walk through the drive-thru window, which is against Dunkin' Donuts policy. The man was spoken to and sent on his way.
In this case, it's not even a drive-thru
At 11:18 p.m. Saturday, police received a call regarding a motor vehicle accident at the intersection of Chandler and Main Streets. According to police, the driver left the road and struck the 9/11 Memorial adjacent to the Public Library.
There were no injuries as the result of the accident. There was one arrest.
Debra Fuller, 53, 132 Heritage Dr., Tewksbury, was charged with OUI, negligent operation of a motor vehicle and a marked lanes violation.
Angry young man
Just before 2 p.m. on Saturday, police received several calls reporting that a young man, appearing to be in his 20s, was yelling at cars and at people and was dumping trash into the road on Lake Street.
Officers responded to the scene and arrested 29-year-old Thomas Southmayd, 63A Lake St. He was charged with disturbing the peace.
At around 12:30 Sunday morning, police received a 911 call from a female at Motel 6, 95 Main St., reporting that he had engaged in a fight with her boyfriend and that he had left about a half-hour earlier. Officers responded to the scene but were unable to find the man. About two hours a later, a detail officer reported that the man had returned to the motel. Officers responded and arrested Todd Blanchard, 44, of 84 Concord Road, Lowell. He was charged with assault and battery.