Department News

Motor vehicle accidents investigated 2/21-2/25


(2) vehicles, AMC parking lot, no injuries or tows

(1) vehicle, Sherburne Ave, no injuries, vehicle towed

(1) vehicle, Westford Road, no injuries, vehicle towed


(2) vehicles, Middlesex Rd, (2) injures transported to hospital, (1) vehicle towed

(2) vehicles, Middlesex Rd, (1) injury transported to hospital, (1) vehicle towed

(1) vehicle (hit & run), Kendall Rd., no injuries or tow


(2) vehicles, Locust Ave, no injuries or tow

(1) vehicle (hit & run), AMC theatre parking lot, no injuries or tow


(2) vehicles, Sherburne Ave., no injuries or tows

Subject arrested twice within hours

On Saturday 2/21 at 1:20 am Jason Verrette, 30 yrs. old of Nashua, was arrested for OUI Liquor.  Upon being released on bail at 3:20 am he walked out the front lobby door at which time the glass of the door was shattered.  Verrette was then arrested in the parking lot of the station and charged with Malicious destruction of property over $250 and disorderly conduct.  He was booked again on the new charges and held in lieu of bail.



All defendants are presumed innocent until found guilty in a court of law


Motor vehicle accidents investigated


2 vehicle crash on Middlesex Rd, (2) injuries transported to Lowell General, vehicles towed

Hit & Run incident on Middlesex Rd @ Bahama Breeze, no injuries or tows – incident being investigated


2 vehicle accident on Westford Road, no injuries, vehicles towed

2 vehicle accident on Lakeview Ave, no injuries, vehicles towed


2 vehicle accident on Middlesex Rd, no injuries or tows

1 vehicle accident on Frost Rd., no injuries, vehicle towed

2 vehicle accident in the Pheasant Lane mall parking lot, no injuries or tows


2 vehicle accident on Kendall Rd, no injuries or tows


2 vehicle accident on Roy Ave., no injuries or tows


* These are accidents that required an investigation by the Police Department because there were injuries and/or over an estimated $1,000 in property damage.

Domestic Arrest


**   40 yr old male – Assault & Battery Domestic


** Per new public records laws we are not allowed to release names regarding domestic violence arrests





Steven Potter, 26 yrs. old of Nashua – A motor vehicle stop at 2:11 am resulted in Mr. Potter being arrested for (3) outstanding arrest warrants for past charges of;  assault with a dangerous weapon, assault & battery, possession of class D, Breaking & entering for a felony, destruction of property +$250, larceny of a motor vehicle, use of a motor vehicle without authority, larceny from a building



All defendants are presumed innocent until found guilty in a court of law


OUI Arrest


Lieng Long, 29 yrs. old of Nashua – OUI Liquor




All defendants are presumed innocent until found guilty in a court of law

Street parking ban in effect at midnight Wednesday

Wednesday February 4th

With the expected arrival of more snow, 2-4″ beginning around midnight tonight, there will be a street parking ban in effect at midnight throughout the duration of the storm.  Vehicles parked on the street during the parking ban are subject to being towed without warning.  Please help our highway department so they can clear our streets without delay.

Please clean the snow off your car!

Please take a couple minutes to remove snow from your vehicle, clear your windows, your roof, hood and trunk area.  You are responsible for the damage it causes to other vehicles when it flies off, it’s dangerous as it it can blow onto vehicles behind you obstructing their view and it’s the law!

Thank you.



Kevin James, 20 yrs. old of Tyngsborough – Assault with a dangerous weapon and disorderly conduct (this arrest was made as a result of an investigation into a road rage incident; The victim and witnesses reported that the operator of a vehicle was driving aggressively and pointed what they believed to be a real handgun out the vehicles window, the gun turned out to be an air soft handgun)




All defendants are presumed innocent until found guilty in a court of law

Public street parking ban / schools closed

Effective at midnight tonight a street parking ban is in effect for the duration of the storm, vehicles parked on the roadways are subject to being towed without warning at the owners expense.  Thank you for your help in keeping our streets clear for our Highway crews.

Tyngsborough Public Schools are closed on Monday.

Stay safe everyone!