Nobody Knows How That Honda Got To Boston Road
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Nov. 18, 3:40 a.m. - A white Honda Accord covered in frost was discovered in the parking lot of Coldwell Banker on Boston Road without license plates.
There were records of an owner discovered via a pay check stub and a check of the vehicle's VIN number, but contact information for that owner could not be found.
A letter from a doctor to a woman from found in the glove box, but her contact information could not be found either.
The building was secure.
Later that day, officers checked back with Coldwell Banker officials, who indicated that the vehicle was not there when they had left the evening before.
The person who called the police said they saw it the night before around "dinner time" with hazard lights on, but did not see any individuals near the car.
Dec. 4, 10:00 a.m. - A theft was reported from a motor vehicle on Gardner Lane and the vehicle's glove box contents were emptied throughout the vehicle.
There are no suspects.
Jan. 9, 11:56 a.m. - Johnson Oun, 30, of 38 Griffin Rd. was arrested on charges of alleged assault and battery.
Jan. 11, 12:31 a.m. - Erin Whitney, 35, of 39 Galloway Rd. in Chelmsford was arrested on charges of alleged operation of a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor and marked lane violations.