Grocery Employee Reports Assault; Windows Smashed On Two Cars
The following information was supplied by the Tewksbury Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
Two residents reported similar acts of vandalism to their cars over the weekend, with at least one of the attacks resulting in theft.
On Saturday, Feb. 18, a resident of Ida Road called Tewksbury Police around 12:25 a.m. to report that someone had smashed the windshield of their car with a rock.
Later, just before 7 a.m., a Pringle Street resident called police, reporting that someone had smashed one of the windows of his wife's car to gain entry. Items taken in the incident were not disclosed.
Both addresses hit are in South Tewksbury, but there does not appear to be any other immediate connection between the crimes.
On Monday, Feb. 20, a young female walked into Police Headquarters and reported that a male co-worker at the Market Basket at Oakdale Mall had assaulted her. She was interviewed by an officer and a report was filed.
On Sunday, Feb. 19, a person walked into Police Headquarters and asked to speak to someone about a sexual assault. An ambulance was called and the victim was interviewed and then was accompanied by a detective to Saints Medical Center for treatment.
On Saturday, Feb. 18, a caller from Van Buren Road reported that their daughter had just stolen $40 from her mother and had fled on foot. Officers responded to the scene. According to the report, the suspect, whose name was not released, will be summonsed to court and charged with larceny.
Michael E. O'Malley, 97 Merrimack Meadows Lane, Tewksbury, was arrested after a motor vehicle stop on Monday, Feb. 20, on a warrant and charges of driving with a suspended license, driving with revoked registration and driving an uninsured motor vehicle.
Holly Fama, 33, 210 Primrose Hill Road, Dracut, was arrested on Sunday, Feb. 19 on three outstanding warrants.
Kerri Abbott, 37, 25 Main St., Otter River, was arrested on Sunday, Feb. 19 and charged with shoplifting from Home Depot.
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