There Are Some Things You Just Can't Say To Police Officers
The following information was supplied by the Tewksbury Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
A Tewksbury student learned the hard way that there are some things you simply don't say to a police officer - even if you think they might be preoccupied and not paying attention.
According to a Tewksbury Police report, two officers were out on a traffic stop near 2115 Main St. at around 2:15 p.m. on Friday, June 1, when a Tewksbury Transit bus rolled by, taking children home from school. According to the report, an officer noticed that one of the students leaned out a window and had "a few choice words" for the officers.
The officer had dispatch contact Tewksbury Transit to request that the bus pull over. Once they were done with their original stop, the officers connected with the bus near Sal's Pizza. The officers entered the bus and had a chat with the student in question.
A report was filed and the student's parents were contacted regarding the incident.
Mailbox vandals strike another neighborhood (June 2)
On Saturday, June 2, A resident of James Avenue called police at around 8:20 a.m. to report that her mailbox had been ripped completely out of the ground sometime overnight. She said some of her neighbors had been victimized as well. Officers responded to the scene and noted that mailboxes had been ripped out of the ground at 78, 85, 96 and 217. A report was filed. This is the second time in less than a month that a Tewksbury neighborhood has had its mailboxes destroyed.
Anthony Marchioni, 20, 29 Alpine Road, North Billerica, was arrested on June 3, and was charged with shoplifting.
Thomas A. Southmayd, 30, 63 Lake St., Tewksbury, was charged with assault and battery and threatening to commit a crime.
Saenath Nuy, 24, 617 Westford St., Lowell, was arrested on June 1, on a warrant. He was also charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license and with modifying the height of a vehicle.
Paul D. O'Neill, 57, 74 Carnation Drive, Tewksbury, was arrested on June 1, on two outstanding warrants.
On Monday, June 4, a woman and a witness came into Police Headquarters to report a hit and run accident that took place at the Tewksbury Cemetery. The woman said her car had been hit by a 2000 Gray Honda Accord and that the driver just took off. The witnessed confirmed the victim's account and was able to provide a license plate number. The plate came back to a vehicle matching the description given. A report was filed and the other driver will be contacted.
On Sunday, June 3, at 8:15 a.m., the manager of the Dunkin Donuts at 1992 Main St., reported that someone had tried to break in through the drive-thru window. A report was filed.
On Friday, June 1, at around 4:30 p.m., a Cardigan Road resident called 911 to report that two men were climbing into his neighbor's window. Officers responded to the scene and everyone was spoken to. It turned out not to be a break-in, rather, a family member getting into the house.
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