Department News


Residential Breaks Solved

On September 27th the Tyngsborough Police Department recovered property related to the recent residential breaks in the area of Glendale and Rock Road. Some of the property has been positively identified as belonging to the victims of the breaks. A suspect has been identified and an investigation is ongoing.

Released by;  Lt. Richard Howe

 

2012 September Level 3 Sex Offender Notification

2012 September 24 Suspicious Activity

Tyngsborough Police are asking for the public’s assistance with a suspicious person.  On September 22nd at approximately 5:54pm, we received  a report from a resident on Lemire Avenue, runs off of Frost Road Route 3A, near the Hudson NH Line, reporting a white Toyota Camry with no license plates and a heavy set black male operator driving slow near some children playing in a driveway.  The reporting party states he believed the vehicle drove away after the operator noticed adults at the other end of the driveway.

We are asking anyone with information to contact the police station at 978-649-7504.

Released by: Deputy Chief Burrows

2012 September 20 Warrant Arrest

On September 19th at 3:47pm, the Tyngsborough Police Department received a call for a fight between 2 males involving a baseball bat at 2 Jocelyn Ave in Tyngsborough.  The victim, Jayson Kulisich, 34yrs old of Jocelyn Ave, was taken to Lowell General Hospital and treated and released for injuries to his legs and head.  Upon his release he was arrested for (2) outstanding warrants, one for Fugitive from Justice for OUI, and fail to stop and yield, and one warrant for  Dunstable PD suspension of license and inspection sticker.

Released by: Deputy Chief Burrows

2012 September 20 Arrest A&B DW

On September 19th at 3:47pm, the Tyngsborough Police Department received a call for a fight between 2 males involving a baseball bat at 2 Jocelyn Ave in Tyngsborough.  Officers arrived and after a brief investigation arrested Craig Lacrosse, 33 of 12 Malvern Ave in Tyngsborough with Assault and Battery Dangerous Weapon (Baseball Bat) and Malicious Destruction of Property over 250.

The victim was taken to Lowell General Hospital and treated and released for injuries to his legs and head.

Released by: Deputy Chief Burrows

 

2012 September 19 Distribution of Marijuana Arrest

On September 19th at 4:13pm the Tyngsborough Police Department Narcotics Unit made an arrest after a several month investigation.  Officers arrested Steven A. Cotter, 32yrs old of 1 Windcrest Drive in Tyngsborough and charged him with Possession with intent to distribute Class D Drug (Marijuana), Conspiracy to Violate the drug laws, and Possession of Class E drug (Xanax).

Recovered during the arrest was over $25,000 dollars, and approximately 4 pounds of Marijuana, with the assistance of Chelmsford Narcotics Officers.

The investigation continues and involves the distribution of Marijuana across state lines.

Released by: Deputy Chief Burrows

2012 Sep 9 Arrest B&E Nighttime

On September 9th at 1:56am  the Tyngsborough Police Department received a call for a residential burglar alarm on King David Road.  Officers responded and found the front door glass panel broken and blood on the screen door.  K9 Units were called from area communities.  Master Patrolman Charles Melanson directed the officers to check the surrounding area.  Off. John Coburn observed a white male walking on Willowdale Road who began to ran when he saw the cruiser.  Off. Coburn chased the suspect on foot into the woods off Althea Ave and after a brief struggle placed him in handcuffs.  The suspect had a cut on his hand that was bleeding.  He was then arrested for the following.

Matthew Gile  23 yrs old of 18 Sherbrooke Street Tyngsborough was charged with Breaking and Entering in the nighttime, Resisting Arrest, Malicious Destruction of Property over $250, and a default warrant from Lowell District Court for A&B.

Detectives will be investigating to see if he is involved in the recent rash of house breaks in the area.

Released by: Deputy Chief Richard Burrows