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Logs: Man Trapped in Car Fire, Baby Locked in Car

The following information was obtained from the logs of the Westborough police and fire departments and scanner reports. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

 

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.

 

Tuesday, June 19

6:12 a.m.: Det. Steven Tompkins and Sgt. Steven Reale assisted with a reported domestic disturbance on Mayberry Drive. A field interrogation report was filed.

7:21 a.m.: A crash was reported on East Main Street. Sgt. Steven Reale helped those involved. A field interrogation report was filed.

8:16 a.m.: A crash was reported on East Main Street. A field interrogation report was filed.

8:55 a.m.: An ambulance was requested at on Flanders Road for a woman who was having trouble breathing. It was reported that she may be suffering with food allergies. Westborough paramedics and Officer Terry Peters investigated. The woman was taken to the hospital.

11:06 a.m.: Det. Steven Tompkins and Officer Terry Peters responded to a report of breaking and entering into a home on Spring Street. The caller said that the crime appeared to have happened over the previous weekend.

11:11 a.m.: A child was reportedly locked in a car at the on Oak Street. Officer Paul Pinto assisted.

12:40 p.m.: Three middle school students called police to report a suspicious item that was found near West Street. Officer Gregory McRae investigated and reported that the item was not of importance.

1:06 p.m.: Officer Paul Pinto responded to the intersection of East Main and Lyman streets for a report of a disabled vehicle. No problems were found when he arrived.

2:30 p.m.: An ambulance was requested on Otis Street. Westborough paramedics and Officer Gregory McRae assisted at the scene.

5:18 p.m.: A crash was reported on Powder Hill Way. Officer Laura Grasso helped those involved. A field interrogation report was filed.

6:16 p.m.: A crash was reported on Turnpike Road. Officer Michael Daniels investigated. A field interrogation report was filed.

8:54 p.m.: An officer was requested for a disturbance on Windsor Ridge Drive. Officer Dean Paine responded. Peace was restored.

Wednesday, June 20

10:36 a.m.: Emergency medical services were requested at on Research Drive for a security guard who was not feeling well. Westborough paramedics and Officer Jeffrey Keaveney assisted. The guard was taken to a hospital.

1:34 p.m.: Westborough paramedics, Officer Terry Peters and Officer Tyson Delong helped at Westborough Tennis and Swim Club on Chauncy Street for a report of an unresponsive person in at the club pool. A short time after the initial call, it was reported that the person was going in and out of consciousness and might be suffering from dehydration. A patient was taken to the hospital.

3:30 p.m.: Officer Jeffrey Keaveney and Officer Terry Peters investigated a report of a woman with an altered mental status at on Turnpike Road. Police established that there was not a medical emergency.

5:22 p.m.: Officer Michael Daniels responded to a report that a 10-month-old baby was locked in a car at on Lyman Street. When Daniels arrived, he broke the window “because the child had something in its mouth.” Daniels reported that the window was broken at the request of the parent. A field interrogation report was filed.

Thursday, June 21

10:43 a.m.: Westborough paramedics and Officer Tyson Delong assisted on Sassacus Drive for a requested ambulance. A patient was taken to the hospital.

10:45 a.m.: Vandalism was reported on East Main Street. Officer Dean Paine helped with a field interrogation report.

11:07 a.m.: Officer Jeffrey Keaveney assisted a person who when to the police station to report the theft of a watch. A field interrogation report was filed.

11:11 a.m.: A crash was reported on Milk Street. Officer Charles Dapolite helped those involved.

11:44 a.m.: A small pickup truck reported crashed into a pole on Hopkinton Road near Officer Dean Paine investigated. No injuries were reported. The truck was towed from the scene. A field interrogation report was filed.

11:47 a.m.: Westborough paramedics and Officer Charles Dapolite responded to a request for emergency medical services on Summer Street. An elderly woman was said to be having difficulty breathing. She was taken to a hospital.

11:57 a.m.: An ambulance was requested on Technology Drive for a person who suspected poisoning. Westborough paramedics and Officer Jeffrey Keaveney assisted. A patient was taken to the hospital.

12:23 p.m.: Emergency medical services were requested on Lyman Street. Westborough paramedics took a patient to the hospital.

1:34 p.m.: A two-car crash with injuries was reported at the intersection of South and Cedar streets. Westborough paramedics, Officer Dean Paine and Officer Charles Dapolite helped those involved. A field interrogation report was filed.

2:20 p.m.: A crash was reported on Turnpike Road. Officer Charles Dapolite investigated.

4:12 p.m.: A hit and run crash was reported on Deerslayer Lane. Officer Clifford Luce responded. A field interrogation report was filed.

4:45 p.m.: A crash was reported on Otis Street. Officer Michael Daniels assisted those involved. A field interrogation report was filed.

5:13 p.m.: A crash was reported on Turnpike Road. Officer Michael Daniels helped those involved. A field interrogation report was filed.

5:49 p.m.: A crash was reported on Lyman Street. Officer Michael Daniels investigated. A field interrogation report was filed.

5:56 p.m.: A crash was reported at the intersection of Hopkinton and Upton roads. Officer Clifford Luce responded. A field interrogation report was filed.

Friday, June 22

1:22 a.m.: Officers Joshua Croft and Brian Massey investigated a suspicious vehicle on Orchard Hill Road.

8:29 a.m.: A minor crash was reported near on Flanders Road. Officer Leeanne Baker responded.

12:23 p.m.: A minor crash was reported on East Main Street. Officer Leeanne Baker assisted those involved.

4:45 p.m.: Officer Gregory McRae investigated a reported disabled vehicle on Milk Street.

5:30 p.m.: The issued an all-call for storm coverage.

5:38 p.m.: Police reported a tree of “significant” size fell onto Milk Street southbound near Westmeadow Plaza, blocking a lane. The was notified.

5:49 p.m.: Police reported that a power line is down along with a large tree limb near the intersection of Milk and Davis streets. The fire department was called to investigate.

5:50 p.m.: Police reported the traffic lights were out at the intersection of Milk and Oak streets.

5:55 p.m.: A crash was reported at the intersection of West Main and West streets. The report stated that a car was on fire and draped in live wires. One person was reported to be trapped in the car. Sgt. Todd Rossi, Officer Paul Pinto, Chief Alan Gordon and the Westborough Fire Department responded. A man was pulled from the backseat of the car and taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries.

6:09 p.m.: A head-on crash was reported on Fisher Street near the solar panel farm. Officer Joshua Croft assisted those involved. No injuries were reported. A field interrogation report was filed.

7:44 p.m.: Westborough police were requested at the Sprint store on Oak Street. A customer said he wanted his phone back from an employee of the store.

8:15 p.m.: Southborough police warned of an erratically driven white bus coming into Westborough on Route 9 westbound. The bus was described as “like a trolley car” and was reportedly weaving all over the road.

 

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