Department News


Lax & the Law

For the 8th consecutive year the the Tyngsborough Police School Resource Program is sponsoring “Lax and the Law Nights” at the Tyngsboro Sports Center.  It’s an opportunity for new players to learn the game of Lacrosse and for current players to practice their skills before the start of the Lacrosse Season.
SRO Sgt Steve Manning organizes the program which is open to High School Students from Tyngsboro HS and Greater Lowell Technical HS.  Players need to bring their own equipment.
The sessions begin with some drills, then players are split into 2 teams and scrimmage
 for approximately 45 minutes.
Schedule:

Boys Schedule 8-9pm       Girls Schedule 8-9pm

Jan 8                                            Jan 15

Jan 22                                          Jan 29

Feb 5                                            Feb 12

Feb 19                                          Feb 26

Mar 5 **          Pizza Party            Mar 12 ** Pizza Party

Boys LacrosseLax pic #2

Thank you for rescue efforts

We want to thank the members of the Tyngsborough Fire Department, our Police Department and medical personnel whose quick actions resulted in saving the male subject who jumped from the Tyngsborough Bridge today.  We especially want to thank the first arriving officers who were able to get a water rescue rope to the subject and the 2 firefighters who risked their life by going out on the river and pulling this person to safety.

 

 

Storm Update

A major winter storm will impact Tyngsborough beginning early this evening. Snow will begin as light flurries this afternoon, with the significant storm beginning early this evening. Heaviest snowfall will be between 10pm Monday and 10am Tuesday, with 12-18 inches expected during that time frame. Snowfall totals may exceed 20 inches by the time storm subsides late Tuesday into Wednesday morning. With the combination of winds over 40 mph; power outages are expected.

Public Safety, Public Works, School, and Emergency Management Officials have met and are prepared for a coordinated response. Governor Baker has declared a State of Emergency, and announced Travel Restrictions. Tyngsborough Police will be enforcing a parking ban on public ways as of 5:00pm so that Tyngsborough Highway Department crews and contractors can safely clear streets of snow and/or ice.

Residents are advised to complete preparations and to avoid travel beginning this evening, and to plan to remain in place through Tuesday evening.

Non-emergency services, including Tyngsborough Town Offices, the Public Library, and the Council on Aging, will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday January 27th.

An announcement regarding Tyngsborough Public Schools will be made by 7:00pm this evening. In all likelihood school will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday Jan 27th, and possibly Wednesday Jan 28th.

Residents should call 911 for EMERGENCIES ONLY.

Non-emergency calls:

Police:  978-649-7504

Fire:      978-649-7671

Important Customer Service Numbers:

National Grid – electric: 1-800-322-3223

National Grid – natural gas: 1-800-233-5325

Verizon: 1-800-837-4966

Comcast: 1-800-934-6489

Winter Storm updates

Town parking ban

Effective at 5pm today there is a public street parking ban for Tyngsborough, the ban will remain in effect throughout the duration of the storm and clean up.  Vehicles parked on public roadways are subject to being towed at the owners expense without warning; please assist our emergency personnel and Highway Department by removing any vehicles from the street.

State-wide travel ban

The governor has declared a state wide driving ban effective midnight tonight for all non-essential travel, see the attached link to read the governors order.  https://files.ctctcdn.com/132a544f001/a7f95e80-4b34-4647-8fe9-267c25684d4a.pdf

Tyngsborough Shelters

Plans have been made to open shelters as needed at the Tyngsborough High School and Elementary School.  We will provide additional updates when and if shelters are determined to be needed; this will depend on the severity of potential power outages.

Reporting Power Outages

If any power outages occur in your area PLEASE DO NOT CALL THE POLICE DEPARTMENT TO ASK WHEN POWER WILL BE RESTORED,  report power outages directly to National Grid via the phone number provided below.  The sooner that they can identify the location of the issue, the quicker they can respond.
The National Grid Customer Service Line is: 1-800-322-3223

 

Thank you and stay safe.

 

Chief Richard Howe

 

Criminal charges filed

1/18

Thomas Colwell, 45 yrs old of Dunstable – charged with operating a motor vehicle with a revoked driver license

Jeremy Farinha, 35 yrs. old of Lowell – charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended drivers license

1/20

Jennifer Stanley, 29 yrs. old of Nashua, NH – charged with assault with a dangerous weapon & simple assault

 

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

Arrest 1/18

1/18

Jessie Griffin, 40 yrs. old of Hudson, NH – OUI Liquor 2nd offense

 

 

 

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

Arrest

1/14

Kaylin Guillermo, 27 yrs. old of Lowell – Possession of a class B drug (cocaine) and operating a motor vehicle with a suspended drivers license

Motor vehicle accident – OUI Arrest

On Monday 1/12 at 2:50 pm the Tyngsborough Police responded to Westford Road by the Rt. 3 on-ramp for a (2) vehicle accident with reported injuries.  Upon arrival it was found that two vehicles were involved; An investigation revealed that a Toyota Corolla was travelling West on Westford Road when it turned left to get on the Exit 34 Northbound entrance to Rt. 3 cutting off a Pontiac Firebird which was travelling Eastbound on Westford Road.  The vehicles collided causing the Firebird to veer off of the roadway, striking a traffic light pole which detached the pole from it’s base.   Both operators were treated for minor injuries at the scene.

The operator of the Toyota Corolla was arrested at the scene.

Brenda Peterson, 47 yrs. old of Hudson, NH was charged with the following offenses;

  • OUI Liquor
  • OUI while drivers license suspended for an OUI offense
  • Negligent Operation of a Motor Vehicle
  • Outstanding arrest warrant out of Malden District Court for a past criminal motor vehicle charge

 

Released by;  Chief Richard Howe

 

Criminal charges filed

1/6

Arthur Doiron, 36 yrs. old of Nashua – charged with operating a motor vehicle to endanger, failure to stop for police and unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle

1/11

Roman Xavier, 24 yrs. old of Lowell – charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended drivers license

 

 

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

Arrest – Drugs & Firearm seized

1/8/15

Angel Marte, 19 years old of Lowell – charged with felony possession of a firearm and distributing a class D drug

 

 

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