More Unpermitted Paving Solicitors
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 June 25 and 26.
Additional information is available in certain cases from the Westford Police Records Department for a nominal fee, but not in any case involving an arrest.
Any instances where streets are mentioned without addresses shall be placed on the map as occurring on the first address on that street for geographical convenience unless otherwise stated even though the incident may have happened somewhere else on the street.
Monday, June 25
8:46 p.m. – Westford Police went to Littleton to aid emergency officials there.
Tuesday, June 26
10:11 p.m. – A search on West Prescott Street proved negative following a domestic disturbance.
June 5, 2:30 p.m. – Another paving solicitor was stopped, this time following a call from a Patten Road resident.
The resident was concerned when a man began measuring her driveway prior to knocking on the door to leave an estimate that the resident never asked for.
Police caught up to a representative of the company, who apologized for not knowing that a permit was needed to solicit in town, stating that he had been in the area that day.
June 9, 4:34 a.m. – A woman at a Brookside Road condo unit was concerned with two individuals were filling five gallon buckets with what appeared to be clear tubes and other unspecified items in the middle of the night.
An officer accompanied the woman to where she saw the two individuals taking items and it appeared that nothing seemed to be out of order.
The officer then saw a nearby unit with a real estate lock box and asked if it was possible that the two men were contractors doing work inside that apartment, but the woman was unsure.
She got the license plate of the two subjects, which was owned by a man in Lunenburg. Police there could obtain no further information on the incident.
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