received two calls this week from Tewksbury residents reporting their pets had been attacked by neighborhood dogs.
The first call came from Marie Street resident on Wednesday, Oct. 5, just after noon. The caller reported that a dog had been attacked by a pit bull. The caller said that the pit bull and its owner were still standing out in front of their house. Lou Ann Clement of the Health Department was notified.
Both she and a police officer responded to the scene. The condition of the dog that was allegedly attacked was not immediately known.
On Thursday, Oct. 6, an Ellington Road resident called police to say that her cat had been killed the other night. Initially, the caller had thought it was a coyote attack. However, she said that two witnesses told her that the cat had been killed by two of her neighbor's dogs. The Board of Health was notified of the incident.
The Case Of the Missing Cell Phone (Oct. 7)
A Pupkis Road resident called police on Friday, just after 7:30 p.m. to report that they believed their sister's friend had stolen their cell phone. An officer responded to the scene and investigated. It was determined that the caller had accidentally left the phone on the roof of their car and then had just driven off. The phone had fallen off the car and was later found in the street.
Two injured in accident (Oct. 7)
On Friday, around 1:18 p.m., Police received multiple 911 calls regarding a three-car accident near Tewksbury emergency response crews received help from an Andover ambulance crew. Two people were taken to Saints Medical Center for treatment of injuries. All three cars had to be towed from the scene.
Residents at 553 Rogers St. and 50 Pike St. called police on Oct. 7 to report that their homes had been broken into.
On Friday at 4:24 a.m., an officer spotted a vehicle parked in the back corner of the parking lot A check of the license plate revealed that the car had been reported stolen in Newton on Oct. 5.
On Oct. 6, just after 11 a.m., a woman called police to report a theft. She said that she had been staying in a room with two other people. She woke up that morning to find herself alone and her credit card and car had been stolen.
- Courtney A. Mahoney, 20, 30 Wightman Road, was arrested on Oct. 5 and charged with assault and battery and threatening to commit a crime.
- An 11-year-old was arrested on Oct. 5 and was charged with assault and battery and disturbing the peace.
- Cameron G. Varney, 49, 4 Deerfield St., Billerica, was arrested on Oct. 5 and was charged with operating a motor vehicle after license had been revoked, failure to stop for police, lights violation, possession of a Class E substance.
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