TYNGSBOROUGH — Chief Richard D. Howe reports that the Tyngsborough Police Department arrested two individuals in connection with a break & entering into a residence on Blossom St. on Friday afternoon.
TAMARA REED, AGE 29, OF TYNGSBOROUGH and JOSEPH ANDERSON, AGE 31, OF HAVERHILL, were both charged with receiving stolen property.
At approximately 12:30 p.m. Saturday, Tyngsborough Police responded to a call of two males chasing a male and female on Lakeview Avenue. Upon arrival, police found the victim of Friday’s breaking and entering investigation, who said that the two individuals he was chasing had his stolen property. The suspects had run into the woods.
After a perimeter was established, Tyngsborough Detectives, along with K-9 units from Tyngsborough and Chelmsford, searched the wooded area. Both suspects were found at approximately 1:15 p.m. and taken into custody.
All items from the previous home break, including the victim’s military and personal passports, were recovered.
Charges for REED and ANDERSON;
Tamara Mathewson-Reed, 29 yrs. old of Tyngsborough – Receiving stolen property over $250, (2) Fugitive from Justice Warrants (out of New Hampshire for a parole warrant and past charge of receiving stolen property), Warrant out of Lowell District Court and Warrant out of Lawrence District Court for past charges of larceny over $250, credit card fraud and uttering false checks.
Joseph Anderson, 31 yrs. old of Haverhill – Receiving stolen property over $250, charge for arrestee furnishing false name, (3) Fugitive from Justice warrants (out of New Hampshire for charges of Burglary and Theft by unauthorized taking (2 counts), and a warrant out of Lawrence District Court for past charges of credit card fraud over $250 (2 counts) and credit card fraud under $250.
Both suspects were held over the weekend at the Tyngsborough Police Department on $5,000 cash bail each, they are scheduled to be arraigned this morning at Lowell District Court.