A Tewksbury man is facing multiple charges after allegedly being spotted participating in a drug transaction.
Daniel Medeiros, 20, 89 Walnut St, Tewksbury, was arrested on Sunday, May 6 just before noon.
Medeiros' vehicle was pulled over on Chandler Street after it was reported to have been involved in a drug transaction. A quantity of marijuana was found in the vehicle.
Medeiros was charged with distribution of a Class D substance and possession of a Class D substance with intent to distribute.
Hell Hath No Fury ... (May 8)
A Tewksbury man was arrested after allegedly losing his cool regarding his ex-girlfriend.
According to a police report, officers were sent to Hinkley Road, after a call from a resident reporting that their neighbor's car had just had its back window smashed in. The caller told police that the person involved had gotten in a vehicle and had taken off toward Route 38.
Moments later, police received a second call from a man who said he had just dropped off a female friend and that her ex-boyfriend had smashed his back window with a brick. He was able to provide police with the suspect's name.
An officer located the suspect and his vehicle and placed him under arrest. Spencer Dogene, 20, 1689 Main St., Tewksbury, was charged with malicious destruction of property.
Thomas J. Bobola, 50, 150 Old Ferry Drive, Methuen, was arrested on May 8 and was charged with OUI-liquor.
Paul J. Moriarty, 19, 83 Shawsheen St., Tewksbury, was arrested on May 6 on an outstanding warrant.
Pascual Perez, 17, 282 North Beacon St., Apt. 8, Brighton, was arrested on May 6 and charged with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and failure to stop/yield.
Roy A. McMaster Jr., 51, Sober House, Scituite, was arrested on May 5 on an outstanding warrant.
Richard L. McMullen, 28, 450 Main St., Apt. 241, Tewksbury, was arrested on May 4 on a warrant and a fugitive from justice warrant.
A one-car accident Saturday evening at the junction of Routes 38 and 495 injured two people, one seriously. The accident took place just before 7 p.m. when a driver of a vehicle lost control and struck a poll at the onramp.
One person in the vehicle was ejected, suffered serious injuries and was transported to Lahey Clinic in Burlington. The second victim's injuries were less serious and they were transported to Saints Medical Center in Lowell.
On May 4, a Brown Street resident reported that someone had broken into their car two nights ago and stole some spare change and a sweatshirt.
On May 3, a Walnut Street resident called police and reported that someone had broken into their car sometime overnight.
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