Police Pull Over Man Angry at Domino's Pizza
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The following are entries from the Westford Police log for June 6 and 7.
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Thursday, June 7
12:53 a.m. – Late night surveillance of a motor vehicle occurred on Trailside Way, with officers issuing a citation in relation to the incident.
May 31, 10:56 p.m. – A woman arrived at the Westford Police Department main lobby to report a domestic incident an hour earlier with her boyfriend.
The woman was talking to her 13-year-old son about staying home the next day and the son was concerned about the woman’s safety from the boyfriend.
However, just as the son said this, the man jumped up and yelled into their front window: 'Don’t worry, I’ve heard all I need to hear!' before leaving the vicinity.
Apparently the man had been listening to the conversation, and several earlier phone conversations the woman had prior to talking with her son, according to police.
Several beer cans were found in the area where he was allegedly listening, leading police to believe he had been consuming the alcohol while listening to the conversations.
The man was later issued a no trespassing order.
June 3, 6:20 p.m. – Westford Police stopped a man who was driving erratically shortly after he got into a dispute at Domino’s on Groton Road.
Apparently, the man became upset with poor service and a botched specialty pizza order and allegedly “threatened to sue” Domino’s.
Another officer talked to an employee at Domino’s, who claimed that the man became belligerent when they asked for clarification on his order. The employee also stated that the man claimed the Domino’s staff were “on drugs.”
Both the Domino’s employee and the police officer making the traffic stop believed the man was not intoxicated.
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