Allegedly Intoxicated Man Upset at Bank of America Over Checking Fee
The following information was supplied by the Westford Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
The following are entries from the Westford Police log for Oct. 30, 31 and Nov. 1, 2012
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Tuesday, Oct. 30
4:58 p.m. - People were sent to the hospital after a motor vehicle accident on Cold Spring Road.
Thursday, Nov. 1
7:51 a.m. - A 15-year old was arrested following a motor vehicle crash on Nabnasset Street.
The 15-year old was charged with alleged recieving of stolen goods, driving a motor vehicle without a license, refusal to identify to an officer at a traffic stop, marked lane violations and negligent operation of a motor vehicle.
Oct. 16, 4:08 p.m. - An officer was sent to Bank of America on Littleton Road after tellers reported an allegedly intoxicated man driving a black SUV with a Boston Bruins bumper sticker had just left after an incident.
Police caught up with the man at the Regency, but could not detect any signs of alcohol on his breath or mannerisms. The man told the officer that he was upset after being told he could not cash a check with Bank of America until paying a $6 service fee per check, eventually yelling at staff there.
He became enraged due to the fact that he was a regular customer, and said that he was not close enough to the bank personel where they would have been able to smell alcohol on his person, so their testimony was inaccurate.
The manager at the bank later told police the man was no longer welcome there, to which the man responded that he would use other branches in the future.