Allegedly Intoxicated Female Transported From Abbot School Access Road
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The following are entries from the Westford Police log for Oct. 10 and 11.
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Thursday, Oct. 10
7:09 p.m. - Animal control was dispatched to Sunny Meadow Lane.
Friday, Oct. 11
7:47 a.m. - There was a motor vehicle crash at the corner of Littleton and Tadmuck. No injuries were reported, but vehicles were towed from the scene.
Sept. 16, 3:09 a.m. - Near the lacrosse fields next to the Abbot School, an officer saw an idling Honda Civic with its internal lights on.
Upon approaching the vehicle, the officer observed a female in the driver's seat and tapped on the window.
That tapping woke her up, and appeared disoriented and disheveled, replying in unidentifiable words upon being asked if she knew what was going on.
The officer then asked her if she knew where she was, and she replied that she thought she was on Kirsi Circle.
An alleged slight smell of alcohol was evident on her breath, and at this point the officer asked for her license. She instead gave the officer $25, to which the officer again asked for her license, which she provided.
Another officer came to the scene and also asked the girl if she knew where she was, and she now said she was on Stony Brook Road.
At this point, the officers called the Fire Department to assess the girl's mental condition and requested she remove the keys from the ignition of her vehicle, which she did.
Upon further questioning, it was found that the girl had mixed prescription medication in addition to two alcoholic beverages earlier in the evening.
The girl was transported to Emerson Hospital. Her father was called and was told he could retrieve the vehicle, the girl was issued a citation for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs later in the day once her condition improved.
Sept. 19, 5:25 p.m. - An officer was dispatched to Salem Road for a restraining order violation.
The woman calling the police said that a restraining order against her ex-boyfriend was expiring within 24 hours, but he had made two text messages and three phone calls to her earlier that day.
An arrest warrant was issued for the ex-boyfriend, who made his residence in Lawrence.
Oct. 3, 4:38 p.m. - A possible breaking and entering was reported on Depot Street.
The owner of the house showed to an officer on the call where a portion of her screen door had been cut, which may have potentially been from a dog.
There appeared to be no other signs of forced entry on the door.