Four Teens Arrested After Fight At McDonald's
The following information was supplied by the Tewksbury Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
A group of hungry teenagers got a rather unhappy meal when they were arrested Monday evening (July 9) after getting into a fight at the McDonald's Restaurant, 1928 Main St.
Tewksbury Police Responded to McDonald's after a call regarding a fight at 7:31 p.m. Police broke up the tussle and placed four teens under arrest.
Arrested were Corey M. Lloyd, 17, 12 Hodgson St., Tewksbury, Zachary Young, 19, 400 North St., Tewksbury, a 16-year-old juvenile and a 15-year-old juvenile. All four were charged with disturbing the peace.
Man acquires virus through adult entertainment
On Tuesday, July 10, a man walked into Police Headquarters at 9:55 a.m. and asked to speak with an officer. He said he had visited an adult web site on his computer and left the site quickly. He said that a short time later he received an email that claimed to be from the FBI telling him that owed fines.
An officer spoke with the gentleman and told him that he had a virus on his computer.
Michael A. Watkins, 31, 948 Rockdale Ave. New Bedford, was arrested on July 11 and charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license (3rd or subsequent offense).
Dominic Kim, 21, 7 Glidon Ave., Apt. 1, Lowell, was arrested on July 11 on an outstanding warrant.
Christopher R. Adams, 22, 22, 10 Herbert St., Tewksbury, was arrested on July 11 and charged with operating a motor vehicle after his license had been revoked, driving with an altered exhaust system and creating excessive noise or smoke while driving.
Colin MacDonald, 21, 60 Winn St., Woburn, was arrested on July 11 and was charged with OUI-liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle a marked lanes violation and speeding.
Johnny McCloskey, 95 Main St., Unit 235, Tewksbury, was arrested on July 10 on an outstanding warrant.
Jackie A. Hannon, 44, 21 Secor Way, Tewksbury, was arrested on July 9 and charged with shoplifting from Walmart.
On Tuesday, July 10, a man called Tewksbury Police at 9:28 p.m. He told dispatch that his Jeep had been stolen from Chelmsford a week earlier and that his wife had just spotted the vehicle parked in the lot at the Oakdale Mall. Penny's was notified to tow the vehicle and Chelmsford Police were notified.