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Logs: Cars Smashed, Crashed and Vandalized

The following information was obtained either through scanner reports, the Westborough Police Department or the Westborough Fire Department.

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, Sept. 2

6:46 a.m.: Emergency medical services were requested for a woman suspected of having congestive heart failure on Mayberry Drive. Officer Paul Pinto joined paramedics at the residents. The woman was taken by ambulance to a hospital.

7:52 a.m.: Emergency medical services were requested on Colonial Drive for a person with something lodged in the trachea.

7:56 a.m.: Emergency medical services were requested on Lyman Street for an elderly woman who was having an allergic reaction.

9:28 a.m.: Officer Laura Grasso investigated a report of breaking and entering into motor vehicles at the Smith Parkway train station. Three cars reportedly had windows smashed. A field interrogation report was filed.

10:33 a.m.: Officer Terry Peters responded to a report that a fox was wandering around Corland Drive. It was said the animal was not aggressive. No fox was found.

12:57 p.m.: Officer Terry Peters investigated a three car crash on Route 9 westbound, just prior to . Traffic was reportedly backed up. No injuries were reported. A field interrogation report was filed.

2:40 p.m.: Sgt. Steven Reale responded to a call for assistance at the entrance to the Speedway Plaza on Route 9 eastbound. Mass Highway was reportedly fixing the light at that intersection and requested an officer to help with traffic.

5:08 p.m.: Officer Terry Peters investigated a report of breaking and entering into a car at the train station on Smith Parkway. It was reported that the car was not one of the three that were broken into earlier in the day. Nothing was said to be taken from the car. A field interrogation report was filed.

5:15 p.m.: A two car crash was reported between and BJ’s on Turnpike Road. The caller was reportedly very upset and blaming an involved driver. Officers Leeane Baker and Tyson Delong responded to the area. A field interrogation report was filed.

Saturday, Sept. 3

6:29 a.m.: Officers Gregory McRae and Ethan Hillman investigated a burglar alarm coming from the ATM machine at on East Main Street. The alarm is found to be accidental.

6:46 a.m.: Officer Christopher Atchue assisted with a report that a sign was missing near the intersection of Bellows Road and East Main Street.

7:26 a.m.: Officer Ethan Hillman investigated a burglar alarm coming from on West Main Street. It was reported that a coach set off the alarm accidentally.

7:22 p.m.: Emergency medical services were requested on Turnpike Road for a patient with a possibly dislocated shoulder. Officer Tyson Delong joined paramedics in helping at the location. The patient was taken by ambulance to the hospital.

7:36 p.m.: Officer Laura Grasso investigated a report that fireworks or gun shots could be heard in the area of Cortland and Armstrong roads. No cause for the noise was found.

Sunday, Sept. 4

1:46 a.m.: Officer Christopher Atchue investigated a report that a woman had been pushed out of a moving vehicle on West Main Street. . ARRESTED: Nevio Castelli, 37, 104 Dennison Ave., Apt. 1, Framingham. CHARGES: Domestic assault and battery, assault with intent to maim.

3:23 a.m.: Officer Gregory McRae, Officer Christopher Atchue and Sgt. Todd Rossi investigated a report of a man breaking into cars on East Main Street. ARRESTED: Wayne Campbell, 47, 11 Railroad Ave., Apt. 34, Derry, NH. CHARGES: Receiving stolen property valued over $250, breaking and entering a motor vehicle at night, possession of burglarious tools.

12:49 p.m.: Emergency services were requested on Quail Hollow Road. A water line problem from the street was reportedly causing flooding in the home. The was called to turn the water off.

1:39 p.m.: Emergency medical services were requested for an elderly woman who was feeling weak and experiencing vertigo. Officer Tyson Delong assisted paramedics in attending to the woman on Turnpike Road. She was taken by ambulance to the hospital.

1:51 p.m.: Sgt. Todd Rossi investigated a report that a car was broken into on Milk Street.

Monday, Sept. 5

3:14 p.m. Officer Charles Dapolite investigated a report from the plaza that a woman closed the trunk of her car while a dog was inside. The car was said to have California license plates. The woman reportedly walked away. When the car was located, it was reported that the dog was fine because the air conditioning was left running and the back seat of the car was down so that the dog had full access to the vehicle.

9:15 p.m.: Officers Gregory McRae and Michael Daniels investigated an incident on East Main Street. TAKEN INTO PROTECTIVE CUSTODY: Aurelio Cruz, 31, 15 Willow St., Westborough. CHARGES: Intoxication.

 

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