Late Night Fights and Phony Security Guards
Police also investigating break-in on Livingston Street.
A woman was arrested Monday evening after allegedly causing minor injuries to a man during an altercation outside the Shell Station/Dunkin' Donuts at 1220 Main St.
According to the police report, a call came in from the store around 10:30 p.m., reporting that a male and a female, both seemingly intoxicated, were fighting outside.
Officer Michael Donovan responded to the scene and found a male party bleeding from the lip. Officer Alysia Russo also responded to provide backup. She stopped a motor vehicle near Smitty's Liquors. The vehicle was driven by the female party, who had left the scene of the altercation.
The male party was taken home and the female party was arrested. Melissa G. Haddock, 30, of 64 Pinedale Ave. is charged with assault and battery.
On Monday, at approximately 5:15 p.m., police responded to 115 Livingston St. A woman had called the station to report coming home to find a screen propped open and her kitchen window pushed in.
Lt. Ryan Columbus is leading the investigation.
Beware of phony security guards
On Wednesday, at around 10:15 p.m., a female employee of Wal-Mart called police to report suspicious activity. She said that a woman earlier in the day had told store employees that a man driving a white pickup truck and acting like store security had taken photos of her, her car and her license plate. The female employee said that Wal-Mart no longer uses their own security guards and that the same truck was back in that lot that evening. Police will increase patrols of that area.
On Wednesday, at 10:46 p.m., Richard Melcher, 50, of 4 Bancroft Road in Londonderry, N.H., was arrested at the Motel Caswell on two outstanding warrants.
On Wednesday, at 11:25 a.m., Joanna Koukiotis, 20 Robin Ln., Norfolk, Mass., was arrested at the Saunders Building, 365 East St., on two outstanding warants.
On Monday, at 9:15 p.m., Derek Bemis, 31, of 912 Old Shawsheen St., was arrested on two outstanding warrants.