Criminal Charges relating to m.v. crash
On Sunday October 26th at 6pm Officers responded to a report of a vehicle crash into a telephone pole on Groton Road near Davis Road. Upon arrival officers found that a vehicle had struck a telephone pole cracking it in half, the pole was leaning over the roadway and the vehicle had sustained heavy front end damage. A witness stated that the operator had fled the vehicle into the woods. Upon investigation officers identified and located the operator in a residence nearby, the operator was transported to the hospital for injuries sustained in the accident, the following charges are being filed;
Ryan West, 26 yrs. old of Tyngsborough – Charged with OUI Liquor (3rd offense) & leaving the scene of property damage
Serious motorcycle crash
On Saturday morning at 02:05am the Tyngsborough Police Department received a call for an accident involving 3 motorcycles on Lakeview Ave. Upon arrival, officers found three (3) motorcycles had crashed and all operators had sustained serious injuries. No other vehicles were involved. Tyngsborough Fire Department and EMS personnel, as well as, Med-flight was called to the scene. The cause of the accident is under investigation by Tyngsborough Police Department and The Massachusetts State Police. A 22 year old male was transported to Lowell General Hospital by ambulance. A 26 year old Male was transported to Worcester by Med-flight and a 32 year old male was flown to Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston. All names are being withheld pending family notification.
Anyone with any information is asked to call the Tyngsborough Police Departments Criminal Investigations Division.
Maureen Ardizzoni, 43 yrs. old of Pelham, NH – Operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of liquor
Paul Berube, 33 yrs. old of Tyngsborough – violation of an abuse prevention order
Jay Gove, 47 yrs. old of Hudson, NH – Operating Under the Influence of Liquor, Leaving the Scene of Property Damage
Halloween – Trick or Treating
Trick or Treating will be held on Friday October 31st from 6-8pm.
Please use the usual safety precautions; children should always be accompanied by adults, reflective clothing should be worn and everyone should walk to one side of the roadway or on sidewalks if available .
Chief Richard Howe
Car breaks reported
We’ve received a few reports from residents in the Mascuppic area that their unlocked vehicles have been gone through overnight, usually change or other small items are found to be missing. Residents are reminded to lock their vehicles and to report suspicious activity to the Police Department.
Homecoming activities on Saturday October 18th
As part of Homecoming activities on Saturday October 18th at the Tyngsborough High School a helicopter will be dropping footballs at 6:45pm over the Pierce Field. This is meant to keep people informed so there isn’t concern as to why there is a low flying helicopter in the area.
Bay State Marathon – Sunday October 19th
The Baystate Marathon will be held this Sunday, October 19th, the race will come through Chelmsford into Tyngsborough on 3A (Middlesex Rd.), turn right across the Tyngsborough Bridge and then travel the Boulevard back to Lowell. Motorists should expect significant delays between 8:30am – 12:30pm, please plan accordingly and seek alternative routes if possible.
Charges filed, arrest warrant sought
Louis Valazquez, 58 yrs old of Lowell – charged with Violation of an Abuse Prevention order; we are applying for an arrest warrant as Valazquez could not be located and taken into custody for the offense
Donald Beauchesne, 59 yrs. old of Tyngsborough – Violation of an abuse prevention order