Department News


Criminal charges filed through Summons process

12/9

Jesse Bedard, 29 yrs. old of Lowell – charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended drivers license

12/12

Shaun McLaughlin, 46 yrs. old of Lowell – charged with operating a motor vehicle with a revoked registration and an uninsured vehicle

12/13

Sesay Mohamed, 24 yrs. old of Lowell – charged with Operating a motor vehicle with a suspended drivers license, suspended registration, no inspection sticker

Michael Kimpland, 52 yrs. old of Tyngsborough – charged with operating a motor vehicle with a revoked drivers license

 

 

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

Serious Motor vehicle crash at Tyngsboro bridge

There has been a serious motor vehicle crash at the Kendall rd / Middlesex rd. intersection by the Tyngsborough bridge, please avoid the area as accident reconstruction teams will be on scene and there will be delays.

Attempt to identify deceased female

The Pima County Sheriff’s Office (Arizona), is investigating a Jane Doe case involving the discovery of a deceased female in 1981.(see attached composite from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children below).  We are assisting the Sheriff’s Department in an attempt to identify the female shown below,which may have been taken on or about 1978 to 1980.  We believe the female in the photo, who has similar characteristics of their Jane Doe, may have been associated with people from the Tyngsborough area in the late 1970’s and may have attended school in the area.

If you have any information please contact the Tyngsborough Police Department; Detective Sergeant Cynthia Shay at 978-649-7504 x 131 (cshay@tyngsboroughma.gov)  or remain anonymous by calling our Confidential Tip Line: 1(978) 226-TIPS (8477).  Thank you for any assistance you may be able to provide.

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Motor vehicle accidents investigated

12/5

4:24 pm – (2) vehicle accident – Middlesex @ Kendall Rd., no injuries

12/6

1:02 am – (2) vehicle accident on Pawtucket Blvd, (1) fatal injury, (1) minor injury

2:23 am – (1) vehicle accident on Westford Rd., no injuries

2:23 pm – (1) vehicle accident on Westford Rd, no injuries

3:01 pm – (2) vehicle accident on Middlesex Rd @ Kendall Rd., (2) minor injuries, (1) passenger transported to Lowell General

5:55 pm – (2) vehicle accident on Middlesex Rd. near Bryants Lane, no injuries

 

Motor vehicle accidents are investigated by the Police Department if there is an estimated $1,00o or more in damage or injuries

 

Criminal charges filed through summons

12/6

Mark Hayes, 25 yrs. old of Tyngsborough – charged with reckless operation of a motor vehicle

12/7

Amanda Fiorentino, 26 yrs. old of Salisbury – charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended drivers license

 

 

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

Fatal Motor vehicle accident

On Saturday 12/6 at 1:00 a.m. the Tyngsborough police and fire departments responded to Pawtucket Boulevard for a reported motor vehicle accident in the area of the Lowell Vocational Regional High School.  While responding, the officers instead found the accident scene in the area of 58 Pawtucket Boulevard.  A 26 year old male of Dracut (name being withheld at this time) stated that his vehicle had been struck by another vehicle, his vehicle, a 2005 Nissan Altima, had sustained heavy front and drivers side damage; the operator sustained apparent minor injuries and was transported to Lowell General Hospital.

Tyngsborough officers immediately began searching the area for the second vehicle; an officer then located the second vehicle (2005 Acura TL) nearby in the parking lot of a business.  The operator was entrapped in the front driver’s seat with obvious life threatening injuries.  The Tyngsborough Fire Department was able to remove the victim from the vehicle who was then transported to Lowell General Hospital.

The female operator, 28 yrs old of Lowell (name being withheld at this time) was later pronounced deceased at Lowell General Hospital.

The Massachusetts State Police Accident Reconstruction team and Tyngsborough Police Detectives processed the scene and will continue to investigate the cause of this accident.  A preliminary investigation indicates that the female victim’s vehicle crossed the center line of the roadway, striking the Nissan Altima.  Both vehicles have been impounded pending further investigation.

There are no charges pending at this time.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact the Tyngsborough Police Department Criminal Investigations unit at (978) 649-7504 or remain anonymous by calling our Confidential Tip Line: 1(978) 226-TIPS (8477)

 

Released by; Chief Richard Howe

Road Race Sunday December 7th

On Sunday December 7th beginning at 8:30 am the Greater Lowell Road Runners & Mill Cities Alliance will be conducting a road race.  Estimated amount of runners will be 233.  The race is beginning in Nashua, NH and will come through Tyngsborough via Frost Road, travel up Lawndale Rd, to Coburn Rd, Sherburne Ave, through the rear entrance of the Lowell Voke to Pawtucket Boulevard and then into into Lowell.   The duration of the race is approximately 2 hours.

There will be detail officers assigned to the event, however motorists should seek alternate routes as their may be slight delays.

Motor vehicle accidents investigated

12/2

(2) vehicle accident on Middlesex Rd. @ Tyngsborough bridge – no injuries

12/3

(1) vehicle accident on Long Pond Rd. – no injuries

 

Motor vehicle accidents are typically investigated by an officer if there is an estimated $1,000 in total damage or injuries

Festival of Trees beginning Thursday 12/4 at the old town hall

A message from the Recreation Department regarding the  Festival of trees;

Good morning Vendors and Donators,
We are excited to begin our week launching our 5th annual Festival of Trees.

The Old Town Hall, located on Kendall Road in the center adjacent to the common,  will be our site for the first time.  We are looking forward to using the newly renovated space, which gives us more space for the displays.
If you need to set-up your tree or display, set-up hours will be the following times:
                           Tuesday, December 2, 5:00- 8:00 PM
                          
                          
                         

The Police Department encourages people to park at the church parking lot (old Shur Fine) as there is limited parking across the street on Winslow Road.  During the lighting ceremony on Saturday evening parking on Winslow Road will be very limited.

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Narcotics distribution arrest

On Tuesday December 2nd at 1:45 am Tyngsborough Police Officers were dispatched to the area of Bahama Breeze for a report of a subject reaching from a vehicle into mailboxes.  The vehicle was then seen parking in Pondview Plaza and walking toward the condominiums.  Tyngsborough Officers approached the subject and spoke to him regarding his suspicious behavior.  A narcotics K-9 responded from Hudson, NH and had a positive indication on the vehicle.  As a result of their investigation over $1,800 in cash was seized as well as a significant amount of marijuana packaged for sale; the operator of the vehicle was arrested.

Jamie Hume, 31 yrs. old of Plaistow, NH – charged with Possession of a class D drug with intent to distribute

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