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Logs: 2 Reports of Drivers Nearing 100 mph, 4 Arrests

Also in the police logs, a dove reportedly stops traffic on Spring Road.

Here are excerpts from the Westborough police and fire logs. Please note that this is a sampling of activity in the log, not a complete account. We report all arrests; other than that, we pick out incidents you might find interesting.

Friday, June 24

8:35 a.m.: A woman called the police department because of a suspicious person standing at the corner of her lot on Milk Street. The person was reported to be a man on a cell phone. She was on her way to work and requested that a police officer check the property. Officer Tyson Delong assisted.

8:53 a.m.: A report came into the police department about a car speeding into Westborough on Route 9 eastbound. Initial reports said that the car was exceeding 100 mph and passing . Officer Leeanne Baker investigated. Within minutes, police received a report that the car was entering Southborough. The Southborough police department was alerted.

9:13 a.m.: Emergency medical services were requested at the BJ’s headquarters on Research Drive for a woman who fell and injured her head. An ambulance was dispatched to the area and the woman was taken to a hospital. Officers Leeanne Baker and Tyson Delong helped at the scene.

9:16 a.m.: Officer Domenic Annunziata responded to a report of a stolen GPS on Primrose Lane. A field interrogation report was filed.

9:20 a.m.: A two car accident was reported on East Main Street in front of the post office. Officer Leeanne Baker assisted. No injuries were reported, though an occupant of one of the vehicles had expressed concern about a possible injury. An ambulance was sent to the location. A field interrogation report was filed.

9:42 a.m.: A lost or stolen license plate was reported on Turnpike Road. Officer Tyson Delong investigated. A field interrogation report was filed.

11:22 a.m.: Officer Domenic Annunziata made an arrest on Chestnut Street. ARRESTED: Traci A. Hyland, 43, 16 Chestnut St., Westborough. CHARGES: Default warrants.

11:43 a.m.: A three car accident was reported near the on East Main Street. Officer Tyson Delong responded to the area. A field interrogation report was filed.

3:21 p.m.: A lock-out was reported on Wachusett View Drive. Officer Craig Hillier assisted.

5:54 p.m.: A minor accident was reported on the Mass Pike. No injuries were reported, but there was word that someone was standing on the median of the highway. An ambulance was sent to the area.

6:56 p.m.: A two car accident was reported in front of the station on Turnpike Road. Officer Jeffrey Keaveney helped at the scene.

7:18 p.m.: The fire department investigated the odor of gas near the on Colonial Drive.

8:32 p.m.: A car accident was reported on Arch Street. Officers Michael Daniels, Paul Pinto and Dean Paine responded. The caller reported that those involved in the accident were intoxicated. There were no injuries reported, but there was air bag deployment in the vehicle. One person at the scene was said to have a cheek laceration. A gas leak resulted because “he ripped the gas line off the car when he went over the wall,” according to a scanner report. The fire department assisted with the spill. ARRESTED: Udai Dadwal, 27 Minuteman Way, Shrewsbury. CHARGES: OUI liquor, operating a vehicle with BAC .08 per se.

11:34 p.m.: A hit and run accident was reported on summer Street. Officers Dean Paine and Christopher Atchue investigated. A field interrogation report was filed.

Saturday, June 25

4:58 a.m.: A suspicious person was reported on Ruggles Street. Officers Christopher Atchue and Dean Paine responded. PLACED INTO PROTECTIVE CUSTODY: Donnie Roy Cook, 18, 17 Beach St., Westborough.

8:23 a.m.: Officers Leeanne Baker and Domenic Annunziata investigated a report of a couple arguing on Homestead Boulevard. A field interrogation report was filed.

12:39 p.m.: A green pickup truck was reported to be disabled and blocking traffic on Hopkinton Road. Officer Craig Hillier investigated. No disabled vehicle was found in the area.

6:49 p.m.: Police received a report of a white bird, possibly a dove, that was sitting on Spring Road on the Mass Pike overpass. The bird was reportedly causing a traffic hazard. An animal control officer was notified, but a second call came into the police to report that a driver stopped his car and removed the bird from the road. The bird then flew away.

7:43 p.m.: Sgt. Jonathan Kalagher, Officer Gregory McRae and Officer Michael Daniels responded to a domestic incident at the intersection of Chauncy and Lyman streets. A field interrogation report was filed.

9:48 p.m.: Shrewsbury police reported that a man was at with a stolen car. The Shrewsbury police had been searching for the man and requested that Westborough police assist until Shrewsbury could respond. Officers Michael Daniels, Tyson Delong, Gregory McRae and Sgt. Jonathan Kalagher assisted. It was reported that the man and the car were found at the scene and that the car was full of items removed from a residence in Shrewsbury. ARRESTED: Timothy O. Simms, 44, 121 South Quinsigamond Ave., Shrewsbury. CHARGES: Larceny of a motor vehicle, use of a motor vehicle without authority, receiving stolen property over $250, receiving stolen credit card.

Sunday, June 26

2:30 a.m.: Officers Christopher Atchue, Dean Paine and Paul Pinto investigated a traffic incident at the corner of Otis and Fisher streets. ARRESTED: Ian J. Hayes, 21, 78 Fisher St., Westborough. CHARGES: Speeding 90+ mph in a 40 mph, failure to stop for a police officer while operating a motor vehicle, operating recklessly so as to endanger.

11:12 p.m.: Officers Richard Trainor and Ethan Hillman responded to a report of gun shots on Whitney Street. No problems were found in the area.  

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