Department News


fraudulent phone calls regarding medicare

We received information distributed from the Council on Aging and Senior Centers regarding senior citizens receiving phone calls from people claiming to be from medicare.  Please read the following as it was distributed by the center;

“This office received an email today about an elder receiving a phone call from “Medicare.” A very well spoken caller claimed they had “sent her a letter” prior to a doctor coming to her house to ensure the proper services were being provided.  The caller wanted to send Dr. “X” to her house the following day.

The elder said “this didn’t sound right” and felt very uncomfortable, but the caller gave her a phone # for verification.  When she hung up, she called the Medicare # on her card (1-800-633-4227) and was told it was a scam…and that when they got to her house they would more than likely try to sell her insurance products. ”

Please spread the word in person and by social media; speak to your family, friends, neighbors who are senior citizens and advise them of this scam, unfortunately this and other scams conducted by shady characters occur often and will likely continue.  The best way to combat these unscrupulous people is to keep our seniors informed.   Never give personal information over the phone.

Criminal Charges filed

10/1

Jose Arana, 28 yrs old of Nashua – charged with Negligent Operation of a motor vehicle; this charge is a result of an investigation into a serious motor vehicle accident that occurred on July 25th on Middlesex Road at the Tyngsborough Bridge.  A passenger in Arana’s vehicle remains in the hospital recovering from life threatening injuries, the State Police accident reconstruction team has assisted in this investigation.

16 year old male – charged with Threat to commit a crime, Destruction of Property under $250 & causing a school disturbance

Arrest

10/1

Bridget Kinsley, 40 yrs. old of Tyngsborough – Taken into custody for (3) outstanding arrest warrants for past charges of larceny under $250, uttering a false document larceny from a building, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended drivers license, operating under the influence, child endangerment while OUI, furnishing a false name & shoplifting

OUI Arrest

10/1

Gregory Whalen, 29 yrs. old of Hudson, NH – OUI Liquor

Criminal charges; 9/27-9/29

 

Brian Jopson, 45 yrs. old of Tyngsborough – Charged with failing to stop for police & operating to endanger

Joel Berg, 33 yrs. old of N. Reading – Charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended drivers license

Union fundraiser

The Tyngsborough police unions are conducting a fundraiser run by a private company called TCI, they have run past fundraisers where they call and ask for donations.  This is strictly a fundraiser for the (2) police unions, not a fundraiser for the Police Department or town, this fundraiser will last approximately (2) weeks.   If you receive a call and have questions please contact Officer Daniel Whitman or Lt. Shaun Wagner.

Thank you

Chief Richard Howe

 

Motor vehicle accidents 9/18 – 9/21

9/18

(1) vehicle accident on Middlesex Road, no injuries

9/19

(1) vehicle accident on Middlesex Road, no injuries

(2) vehicle accident on Frost Rd @ Mt. Paul, no injuries

9/20

(2) vehicle accident on Middlesex Rd. @ Mutual Oil, no injuries

(2) vehicle accident on Kendall Rd., no injuries

9/21

(2) vehicle accident on Middlesex Rd., no injuries

Criminal Charges filed

9/18

Cheryl Nelson, 45 yrs. old of Tyngsborough – charged with violation of an abuse prevention order & criminal harrasment

9/20

Alain Caille, 29 yrs. old of Dracut – charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended drivers license

Cheryl Nelson, 45 yrs. old of Tyngsborough – charged with violation of an abuse prevention order

Arrest; Assault & Battery on a Police Officer

On September 19th, 2014 at 6:28 am the Tyngsborough Police Department received a call reporting a suspicious male subject walking in the Middle of Middlesex Road near Mutual Oil.  Tyngsborough Police Officers responded to the area, (2) officers, who were on mountain bikes at the time, then approached a male individual who was in the parking lot of Tyngsboro Motors, the subject appeared to be attempting to break into a vehicle.

As the officers approached this subject they instructed him to stop and get down on the ground, the subject refused to comply.  One officer attempted to gain control of the subject at which time the subject struck the officer in the face with his hand.  At that time the 2nd officer on the scene deployed his taser which struck the subject and took him to the ground.

The subject was taken into custody and transported to Lowell General Hospital to have the taser probes removed, he suffered no further injury.  The Police Officer who was struck suffered a minor facial injury.

Edward Veazie, 23 yrs. old of Nashua charged with;

  • Assault & Battery on a Police Officer
  • Resisting Arrest
  • Attempt to commit a crime (B&E into a motor vehicle)
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Motor vehicle accidents

9/13

(1) vehicle accident on Village Lane – no injuries

9/14

(1) motorcycle involved accident on Pawtucket Blvd, operator suffered life threatening injuries, transported to LGH,

(2) vehicle accident on Middlesex Rd, no injuries

9/15

(2) vehicle accident on Trader Circle – no injuries

9/16

(2) vehicle accident on Frost Rd, both operators treated at scene for minor injuries

9/17

(2) vehicle accident on Frost Rd @ Chronopoulos Way – no injuries