Family Member Reports Burglary, Stolen Car At Deceased's Home
The following information was supplied by the Tewksbury Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
A family member doing yard work discovered a break-in and the theft of an automobile from the home of his deceased uncle.
A man called Tewksbury Police at 2:33 Monday afternoon (July 16) to report the alleged theft. He said that his uncle, who had lived in a home on Andover Street, had passed away about a year earlier.
The caller said that another of the man's nephews had been given permission to live in the Andover Street home but that he had been asked to leave the residence three weeks ago. Since then, said the caller, the home had been broken into and a car had been disappeared.
Tewksbury Police filed a report and put the car into the system as a stolen vehicle.
Single-Car Accident Sends Four People To The Hospital (July 15)
Four people were injured as the result of a single car accident in the northbound lane of Route 495 Sunday evening.
Tewksbury Police received multiple 911 calls around 7:25 p.m., reporting the accident. There was full emergency response and State Police were notified.
Two of the occupants of the vehicle fled the scene and accident and were tracked down by Tewksbury Police officer at Motel 6. Both of those victims were transported by ambulance to Lawrence General Hospital. Two more victims were transported by ambulance to Saints Medical Center in Lowell.
The cause of the accident is being investigated by the State Police.
Lee M. Rosas, 30, 104 Arcand Drive, #E, Lowell, was arrested on Monday, July 16, and charged with operating a motor vehicle after his license had been revoked and with an inspection sticker violation.
Justin Earle Willette, 24, 1039 Main St., Apt. 1, Tewksbury and Ashley E. Bodnar, 26, 5 Washington St., Tewksbury, were both arrested on Sunday, July 15 and each was charged with conspiracy and shoplifting.
Danielle Shirley, 20, 31 Ronald Drive, Tewksbury, was arrested on Sunday, July 15 and charged with two counts of assault and battery.
On Monday, July 16, just after 8 a.m., Fire Chief Mike Hazel reported that there was a dog running loose in the area of 230 Pond St. A short time later, the animal control officer said there was a black lab loose in the DPW yard at 999 Whipple Road. He tried to catch the dog but was unable to do so.
On Monday, July 16, a North Billerica Road resident called police at 3:57 p.m. to report that both her and her husband's vehicles had been vandalized. She also reported that her husband's GPS had been stolen. A report was filed.
On Monday, July 16, at 4:57 a.m., a Lowell Street resident reported that their car had been broken into.
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