Friday, July 4
- At 9:51 p.m. police stopped a vehicle on Main Street for operating with a suspended license. Colleen A. Caterino, 46, of 1830 Main Street Apt. 23, Tewksbury, was arrested and charged with second offense operating under the influence of liquor, and operating a motor vehicle with a license suspended for OUI.
- At 10:10 a.m. a Sesame Street woman said she took a ride form a man, who allegedly became inappropriate, causing the woman to get out of the vehicle. The vehicle then followed the woman up the street before leaving the area. Police put a be on the lookout into effect. Officers located and arrested Byron W. Lemay, 75, of 27 Jean Ave., Lowell, and charged him with two counts of indecent assault and battery on a person 14 years old or above.
Saturday, July 5
- At 10:15 a.m. a mancame to the station to report that his brother is being financially extorted by a former coworker.
- At 11:20 a.m. an off duty Wilmington Police officer reported a pedestrian hit by a vehicle on Livingston Street. He is not injured but needed to be checked out. Police found that the man walked away from the scene, refused to speak with police and firefighters and declined medical attention.
- At 6:22 p.m. a caller requested police remove a relative who was at their home despite having a restraining order. The man left prior to police arrival in a cab, but he was located in Billerica. Kevin C. Picardi, 34, of 282 Brown Street, Tewksbury, was arrested and charged with violating an abuse prevention order.
- At 9:00 p.m. and in the ensuing hours, residents on Main Street, Sullivan Park Way, River Road, Columbia Road, Judique Road, Wilson Road, Vale Street, Riverdale Ave., and Florida Road all reported fireworks being set off.
Sunday, July 6
- At 11:02 a.m. a Motel 6, police arrested David Robson, 34, of 173 Coburn Street, Lowell, on an outstanding warrant for receiving stolen property.
- At 12:12 p.m. inside Extended Stay America an employee was receiving complaints about crying coming from a room. When the employee called the room several times, a two-year-old answered the phone. The employee went to the room and found an infant in a car seat placed in the middle of the bed with a bottle propped up by a towel. There was also a one-year-old and a two-year-old in the room. The children were brought to the front desk and police filed a report.