Man Calls J.V. Fletcher Library, Says Girlfriend Stalked By CIA, English People
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 excerpts from the Westford Police Log for Dec. 17 and 18.
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Tuesday, Dec. 18
1:38 p.m. - Sean Michael Fladager, 17, of Mill Road in Littleton was arrested in Littleton on charges stemming from a previous warrant not specified.
Westford Patch will follow up with the Ayer District Court for additional information as soon as possible.
Oct. 26, 2:35 p.m. - A 15-year-old spotted on South Chelmsford Road was issued citations for allegedly operating a moped without a license, operating an unregistered moped, and operating a moped without a helmet.
Nov. 9, 9:15 a.m. - An individual reported that he was assaulted several days earlier at Nabnasset Plaza.
The individual did not go to the hospital, and said he reported it to his parole officer initially instead of police.
He said the other individual attacked him over a dispute about family members.
Nov. 22, 12:49 a.m. - Officers were dispatched for a noise complaint at the Franco-American Club issued by a neighbor.
The neighbor was upset that an event at the club was continuing after midnight, people in the parking lot were asked to leave.
An hour later, a lost drivers' license was discovered. It was returned to its owner later that day.
Dec. 6, 9:30 a.m. - An officer arrived at the J.V. Fletcher Library after disturbing voice mail messages left on their answering machine.
Apparently, a man from Lawrence had been calling the library on and off for six months, asking for advice on how to find his girlfriend.
Librarians told police the man indicated his girlfriend was kidnapped and being "tracked by the CIA and English people."
After further investigation, it was discovered that the man had been arrested in Wilton, NH. Messages were left with the Wilton and Lawrence Police Departments.
The officer advised library staff to request a no tresspass letter on the man.
Later that day the man called Westford Police, indicating that his girlfriend was from England shortly before asking questions about the British government. He was advised that his calls were considered to concerning and was advised to stay away from the library.