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Girlfriend Allegedly Steals Mom's Jewelry, Smash-N-Grabs Plague Businesses

The following information was supplied by the Tewksbury Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

A Lowell woman was arrested Monday for allegedly trying to steal jewelry belonging to her boyfriend's mother.

Kayleigh M. Frost, 26, of 215 Mammoth Road, #1, Lowell, is charged with larceny under $250 and possession of a Class E drug.

According to Tewksbury Police records, the incident began Monday afternoon when dispatch received a call from a Bay State Avenue resident regarding a robbery. According to the caller, his girlfriend in the process of stealing his mother's jewelry and leaving the house.

Two officers were dispatched to the address and placed Frost under arrest.

Smash-n-Grabs plague local businesses

Three local businesses have been the site of vehicle beak-ins over the past several days. And in each case, a window of the car had been smashed in, allowing the thief access.

The first incident took place Sunday evening. At 8:03 p.m., the owner of Alfresca's Restaurant, 1768 Main St., reported that one of her employees had the window of her car smashed and her purse stolen from the vehicle.

Six minutes later, at 8:09 p.m., a call came from TJ Callahan's, with the caller reporting that a window on a car in the lot had been smashed, though nothing appeared to be missing.

On Monday, Oct. 8, at 6:15 p.m., a Gold's Gym employee called police to report that their vehicle had been broken into and a window had been smashed. It was not specified if anything had been stolen.

It is not clear if any of these incidents is related.

Additional arrests:

Lenee M. Vigeant, 37, of 21 Lawrence St., Apt. 21, Lawrence, was arrested on Oct. 7 and charged with shoplifting over $100, resisting arrest and assault and battery on a police officer.

Stephen A. Goudreau, 29, 10 Wayne Road Peabody, was arrested on Oct. 7 on an outstanding warrant.

Debra A. Silvestri, 52, 2 Pondview Lane, Tewksbury, was arrested on Oct. 6 and charged with OUI-liquor (3rd offense), negligent operation of a motor vehicle and a marked lanes violation.

Juana Figueroa, 43, 149 Tenney St., 3rd floor, Methuen, was arrested on Oct. 6 on an outstanding warrant.

Nicole B. Murray, 43, 2575 Main St., Tewksbury, was arrested on Oct. 6 and charged with shoplifting by concealment.

David L. Taylor 46, 16 Charlotte Road, Tewksbyry, was arrested on Oct. 5 and charged with OUI-liquor.

Stacy Matranga, 19, 24 Juniper Lane, Tewksbury, was arrested on Oct. 5 and charged with distributing a Class B drug.

Additional incidents:

On Tuesday, Oct. 9, at 7:49 a.m., a Heritage Lane resident reported finding a small black dog. She said she was keeping it at her house. Animal Control was notified.

On Monday, Oct. 8, at 8:40 a.m., motor vehicle accident, involving  a car smashing into a pole, was reported on Trull Road. Police and fire units responded to the scene. Fortunately there were no serious injuries, though the car had to be towed.

On Monday, Oct. 8, a Hinkley Road resident reported finding five hypodermic needles along the side of the road. An officer responded to the scene and took the needles to dispose of them.

On Monday, Oct. 8, the manager of Marshalls reported a shoplifting in progress. The manager said the suspect left the store with two carriages full of merchandise. The suspect had fled in a vehicle when police arrived, however, witnesses were able to give police the license plate number of the car. Police are continuing the investigation.

On Sunday, Oct. 7, at 6:14 p.m., a Pupkis Road resident called police and reported that a former roommate had just stolen their father's dog. An officer responded, spoke to both parties and filed a report.

On Sunday, Oct. 7, just after 10 a.m., a Hood Road resident called police and reported that someone had thrown a rock through a window of their home. A report was filed.

For questions about this blotter, email williamg@patch.com

 

 

 

Dirk Anderson October 09, 2012 at 10:55 PM
Ah, more of the creme de la creme of Tewksbury. I must say, reading the police blotter does do wonders for my self esteem.

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