Department News

Summons issued

Brian Castano, 25 yrs. old of Lowell – Charged with operating an uninsured motor vehicle

Parking ban during snowstorm

Residents are reminded that with a snowstorm expected to begin this evening that there is a public roadway parking ban in effect for the duration of the storm.

Thank you


Chief Richard D. Howe

Criminal charges / protective custody

Lilliana Figueroa, 22 yrs. old of Lowell – Charged with Violation of an Abuse Prevention Order


47 yr. old male – taken into protective custody for public drunkeness


Crossing guard struck by vehicle

At 7:13am this morning Tyngsborough Police & Fire Department responded to a report of a pedestrian struck by a motor vehicle at the intersection of Frost and Norris Road. Officers found that April Pelletier, 37yrs. old of
Tyngsborough, who works as a school crossing guard was struck by a vehicle as she was directing traffic in the intersection. Pelletier was transported to Lowell General Hospital where she was treated for minor injuries
and subsequently released.

There are no charges pending.

Released by; Chief Richard D. Howe


Monday January 13th; arrest / summons issued

Ryan Gikas, 20 yrs. old of Tyngborough – charged with Leaving the scene of a motor vehicle accident with property damage & operating a motor vehicle with a suspended drivers license.


17 year old male from Tyngsborough – arrested and charged with Disorderly Conduct & Resisting Arrest


Anna Hack, 21 yrs. old of Nashua, NH – Arrested and charged with;   OUI Liquor & Resisting Arrest


Jesus Cortes, 20 yrs. old of Nashua, NH – Arrested for an outstanding arrest warrant out of Ayer District Court for a past charge of possession of Class D.


Unidentified male, 57 yrs. old of Nashua, NH – Taken into protective custody for public drunkeness

Abuse Prevention order Violation

David Farmer, 24 yrs. old of Dracut – Charged with violation of an abuse prevention order

Motor vehicle Accidents / Roadway Conditions

Since 7am this morning the Tyngsborough Police Department has responded to five (5) motor vehicle accidents, none with significant injuries.  The roadways and weather conditions will continue to deteriorate as this storm intensifies, unless necessary please do not travel, if you need to travel allow yourself extra time and drive appropriately for the weather and road conditions.  The Tyngsborough Highway Department will do everything they can to keep up with the storm, however with the severe dip in temperatures the roadways will be treacherous regardless.

Stay safe everyone!

No School Friday January 3rd

Due to the expected weather conditions Tyngsborough Public Schools will be closed on Friday January 3rd

Residential B&E arrests

On Thursday January 2nd at 2pm Tyngsborough Police Officers responded to a report of suspicious subjects at a residence located at 76 Kendall Road.  Officers arrived to find a vehicle attempting to exit the driveway of the residence; the three subjects in the vehicle were immediately taken into custody.  The glass on the front door to the residence had been smashed, inside the vehicle were numerous items stolen from the residence.

Two (2), 17 yr. olds and one (1) 16 yr. old male was taken into custody, they are currently being booked and processed.  They will be charged with;

Breaking & Entering in the daytime to commit a felony

Larceny over $250

Malicious destruction of Property over $250


Released by; Chief Richard D. Howe