Police Arrest and Incident Log 12/10/18 to 12/16/18
On December 16, 2018 at 3:30 p.m. Officer Lindelof was on patrol on Worcester Street at Weston Road when he observed a Ford pickup truck with an expired inspection sticker. He stopped the vehicle and spoke with the operator, and asked for his license and registration. He provided Officer Lindelof with the registration and stated his license was suspended. Officer Lindelof confirmed the status of the driver’s license. He was taken into custody, transported to the station, booked in the usual manner, afforded all rights and held on $500 bail.
On December 16, 2018 at 4:50 p.m. Officer Dixon was on patrol on Worcester Street near Washington Street when he observed a gray colored Jeep straddle the center lane between the right and left travel lane and then move back to the left travel lane. After passing Cliff Road the vehicle made two unsafe lane changes, nearly striking other vehicles. Officer Dixon stopped the vehicle on Worcester Street at Westgate Road and spoke with the operator, who provided a fraudulent license from the Dominican Republic. He was taken into custody and transported to the station for operating a motor vehicle without a license. He was afforded all rights and later held without bail. During the booking process is was learned that he had provided a false name to Officer Dixon and he had an active default warrant issued in Boston for his arrest for several drug related charges. During the motor vehicle inventory ,Oxycodone Hydrochloride and Heroin were found in the vehicle.
On December 11, 2018 at 7:15 p.m. Officer DeBernardi was dispatched to Cedar Street for a report a possible hand grenade found by a landscaping company who had been working on the property earlier in the day. Officer DeBernardi observed what appeared to be a hand grenade without a handle or pin in the back yard. The Massachusetts State Police Bomb Squad was contacted and removed the grenade.
On December 12, 2018 at 3:30 p.m. Officer Gerard spoke with a male party regarding a lost wallet. He stated he had taken an Uber or Lyft to work on December 8th and believes he may have lost his wallet in the car. He had contacted his bank to avoid any fraudulent transactions on his debit card and will contact the appropriate agency to obtain a new identification card.
On December 13, 2018 at 2:49 p.m. Officer Lindelof was dispatched to a business on Grove Street for a report of a bomb threat. Officer Lindelof was aware that several
similar threats had been received nationwide via email. The email indicated that a bomb would detonate by the end of the business day if $20,000 in bitcoin was not received. Officer Lindelof and Sgt. Gerrans spoke with the reporting party and verified that the email address the email came from was the same that had been received by numerous other businesses nationwide [see CNN story]. They also checked the building and did not observe anything suspicious or out of the ordinary.
On December 16, 2018 at 2:59 p.m. Officer Kane was dispatched to Worcester Street at Willow Street for a report of an unknown male party who had left a bag of trash on the reporting party’s property. The male party stated that he was driving on Worcester Street eastbound and observed a male party exit a pick-up truck and place the bag of trash on his property. He provided Officer Kane with the vehicle registration number. Officer Kane was able to make contact with the owner of the vehicle who stated a friend of hers was driving the vehicle and unloaded the trash bag because it was blowing around in the back of the truck and he didn’t want it to come out of the bed of the truck when he got onto Route 128. Officer Kane advised her that it was illegal to dump trash and he could be fined in the future for doing so. Officer Kane contacted Mass Highway to pick up the bag of trash.
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