Plow Guy Allegedly Blocks Off Parking Lot With Snow After Not Being Paid
The following information was supplied by the Westford Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
Feb. 7, 9:50 p.m. – An officer was dispatched to the Gulf Station for reports of two vehicles involved in a nearby crash: a Jeep and an Audi.
According to the report, the Jeep was leaking oil and had damage to its front end and the Audi had right side damage.
The Audi owner indicated that was about to turn onto Boston Road from Littleton Road and had checked oncoming traffic when the Jeep came out of nowhere from Carlisle Road.
The Jeep owner said he did not have insurance.
Both drivers were issued citations redacted in the report.
Feb. 11, 11:00 a.m. - Dispatch sent an officer to a business on Littleton Road after reports that the business owner was being harassed by a plow guy.
The plow guy informed the officer that he had entered a verbal contract with an individual the plow guy thought was a manager at the business, but was not in fact associated with the business and was described by the report as "a criminal" and subcontractor for a company not described by the report.
Thus, the plow guy was not paid by the business and the plow guy allegedly plowed snow into the entranceway of the business' parking lot.
The plow guy was issued a citation for moving the snow, but the actual manager of the business said that the plow guy had been harassing him for money.
Due to the citation, the officer said it was a civil infraction and outside of his control. At this point, the manager started throwing things according to the police report and the officer asked the manager to desist or force the officer to take action.
The manager apologized, stating he was upset due to his lot being blocked.
From there, the officer advised the manager that he pay the plow guy to rectify the problem. The manager declined to do so.