North Chelmsford Man Almost Runs Over Girl Scouts Near PCA
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 Nov. 30 and Dec. 1.
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Friday, Nov. 30
7:09 p.m. - Myranda L. Dery, 18, of Needham St. in Chelmsford was arrested on charges of alleged domestic assault and battery.
Oct. 25, 11:36 a.m. - A verbal warning was issued to a motorist from Methuen who was driving in an unsafe manner on Acton Road.
Oct. 27, 2:33 p.m. - A man on Carlisle Road was upset at his neighbor's dogs, who he said were barking too loudly.
Police investigated the neighbor, who owns multiple dogs. The neighbor told police the dogs are not allowed outside at night or early in the morning.
After talking with the Carlisle Road man, this was confirmed and officers informed the man the neighbor is within her rights to own dogs.
The neighbor also told police if the Carlisle Road man does not stop complaining, she will file a harassment protection order.
Nov. 14, 5:23 a.m. - Dirt bikes were reported to be causing a disturbance near North Main Street.
Police could not find dirtbikes, but did find a four wheeled ATV vehicle speeding down nearby train tracks, although this vehicle was not the source of the noise complaints.
Nov. 15, 5:05 p.m. - A woman escorting a troop of Girl Scouts from the Parish Center for the Arts to the Town Common was nearly struck by a Chelmsford driver who did not see the crosswalk.
The Chelmsford man was apologetic, but the woman wished to contact police due to a similar incident at nearly the exact same spot a week earlier where a motorist yelled at her while she tried to cross the road to let them know about the recent pedestrian safety issues in the area.
Police were able to contact the Chelmsford man, who confirmed he was extremely apologetic to the woman and was not aware of the crosswalk in the area.