Department News


Warrant Arrest

Daniel Marion, 29 years old of Dracut – Arrested for (2) outstanding warrants and operating with a suspended
drivers license. The warrants were issued as a result of past charges of possession of a Class A substance
and motor vehicle related offenses.

 

Released by; Chief Richard D. Howe

Arrests

8/24/13

Dennis Wrenn – 43 years old of Nashua, NH – arrested for an outstanding warrant out of
Lawrence District Court. The warrant was issued for a past charge of Possession of a Class
A substance and possession of a hypodermic needle.

Michael Caron, 22 yrs. old of Tyngsborough – arrested for OUI Liquor and operating to
endanger.

8/25/13

Corey Milinazzo, 22 yrs. old of Chelmsford – arrested for an outstanding warrant out of
Lowell District Court. The warrant was issued for a past charge of possession of a class E
substance.

8/26/13

Michael Parretti, 31 yrs. old of Tyngsborough – arrested for a warrant issued by Orange
District Court probation department.

Summons Issued

August 20th

Gregory Hartwell, 19 yrs. old of Pelham, NH – charged with minor in possession of alcohol

 

 

Domestic Violence Arrest

August 21st
Shaun McCoy, 19 yrs. old of Tyngsborough – Arrested for (2) Counts of Assault & Battery with a dangerous
weapon (domestic).

Arrests

August 21st


On August 21st at 3:50 am Tyngsborough Police Officers stopped a motor vehicle on Middlesex Road near the
Tyngsborough Bridge. Upon approaching the vehicle and speaking to the operator an officer asked him to
step from the vehicle in order to perform a sobriety test. A second officer asked the passenger to step out of
the vehicle. As the officer attempted to speak to the passenger he then jumped over the guardrail and then
jumped into the Merrimack River. The subject then began to swim across the river toward National Carpet, the
Tyngsborough Fire Department was activated and put a boat in the water at the Frost Road Park. Other
agencies in the area responded to assist Tyngsborough in retrieving this person from the river; Chelmsford ,
Groton , Dunstable and Lowell Police Departments. As the Fire Department boat approached this subject he
exited the river at which time officers attempted to take the subject into custody. The subject, later identified as
Sean McInnis, actively resisted attempts to arrest him. The subject was warned that pepper spray would be
used however continued to resist at which time he was sprayed. This subject was subsequently transported
to Lowell General and treated for difficulty breathing; he was discharged shortly thereafter and then booked at
the Tyngsborough Police Department.

As a result of this incident the following arrests were made;

Nathan Balakin, 19 yrs. old of Tyngsborough – OUI Liquor and marked lanes violation
Sean McInnis, 22 yrs. old of Lowell – Resisting Arrest and (2) outstanding arrest warrants.

Released by; Chief Richard Howe

Arrest

On August 19, 2013 at 7:30pm Matthew Simard, 22 yrs. old of Tyngsborough was arrested on an outstanding arrest warrant, he was also charged with Domestic Assault and Destruction of property over $250.

 

 

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OUI Arrest

Pinakin Patel, 26 yrs. old of Tyngsborough – Arrested on 8/15/13 and charged with; OUI Liquor, marked lanes violation and speeding.

 

Released by; Chief Richard Howe

Domestic Arrest

Christopher Lavassaur, 22 years old of Nashua; Arrested for Assault & Battery (Domestic) on August 12th

 

 

Released by; Chief Richard Howe

Telephone scam

We want to make the community aware of telephone fraud activity that has been occurring for some time, we have sent this warning out before and are asking everyone to spread the word again.   We just had another victim in the last few days in Tyngsborough of this type of fraud; The way it works is that you will receive a phone call announcing that you have won a large amount of money, then you are told that in order to receive the prize you need to send a bank check to a specified address.  The Tyngsborough resident who was scammed was told that they had won $500,000 and that they only needed a $399 check to process the prize.  After he sent them the $399 money pac card they asked him to purchase two more cards both for the amount of $500.  He then called the Police Department.

This type of scam has been occurring for a long period of time, it is referred to as the NIGERIAN scam as it is known to originate from that Republic.  They seem to target our senior citizens the majority of the time.  NEVER send money over the mail in return for an alleged cash prize, please first contact the Police Department, speak to family members or friends prior to sending any money.

Please notify your family members, friends and especially our senior citizens who may not be on social media, of this scam.

 

Released by; Chief Richard Howe

Summons issued

Deborah Underwood, 75 yrs. old of Lowell charged with operating a motor vehicle to endanger, operating an uninsured motor vehicle and leaving the scene of property damage.  These charges are the result of an incident that occurred August 6th on Chronopoulos Way.

 

Released by; Chief Richard Howe