Severed Finger, DrugBust at IHOP and a Fiery Moon Top Police Log
The following information was supplied by the Tewksbury Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
Police Dispatch received a 911 call Sunday morning (Dec. 30) reporting that a man had severed his finger in a snowblower accident.
The call came in at 10:33 a.m. from a residence on Chester Street.
Full emergency medical response was dispatched to the scene. The man was rushed by ambulance to Lahey Medical Center in Burlington. There was no immediate word on his condition or if the finger was able to be reattached.
Drug arrests in IHOP parking lot
The call came in at 2:33 a.m. Responding officers investigated and made two arrests. Dorothy O. Manlief, 22, 12 Bates Road, Lexington, was charged with possession of a Class A narcotic. Brandon Wilde Nosko, 29, 140 Willard St., Lowell, was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
A juvenile male, 16, was arrested on Jan. 1 and charged with domestic assault and battery and malicious or wanton destruction or property.
Matthew J. Lima, 22, 287 Havey St., Lowell, was arrested on Jan. 1 and charged with OUI-liquor, marked lanes violation and negligent operation of a motor vehicle.
On Sunday, Dec. 30, police received a call from a Lancaster Drive resident reporting a fire in the woods behind their house. The caller called back a short time later and admitted they had been mistaken. The caller said what they thought had been a fire was actually the moon.
On Jan. 1 at 10:14 a.m., a man walked into Police Headquarters and reported that his girlfriend's car had been stolen from the parking lot of the Motel Caswell. He provided a description and the New Hampshire license plate number. However, just before 2 p.m., that same man called Tewksbury Police and reported that the vehicle had been located in Lowell.
On Monday, Dec. 31 at 11:32 p.m., a Dirlam Circle resident called police and reported that a town street sign from McLaren Road was in his backyard. He was told to leave the sign in front of his house for the DPW to pick up.
On Dec. 31 at 2:43 p.m., police received a call from Marshalls Department Store regarding the theft of a jacket. The jacket had keys, a wallet and a cell phone in its pockets.
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