Receptionist Upset at Obscene Phone Calls From Boyfriend of Co-Worker
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. 23, 24, 25 and 26.
Additional information is available in certain cases from the Westford Police Records Department for a nominal fee.
Monday, Nov. 26
11:10 a.m. - Edward Francis Griffin, 52, of Pond Street in Billerica was arrested on Tech Park Drive for alleged operation under the influence of liquor and vehicle light violations.
July 28, 3:20 p.m. - A resident reported to police that he saw a snowmobile leaking fluids in the middle of Kennedy Pond.
Another resident on the scene added that the snowmobile had been in the pond for several months.
Due to its location in the pond, specialized equipment was required to remove the vehicle, which occurred several days later.
Although the serial number of the vehicle indicated it was not stolen, there was no information of a possible owner initially.
Following collaboration with Massachusetts State Environmental Police over several weeks, a potential owner was identified through investigations of local snowmobile repair shops and social media pictures.
While Environmental Police officials indicated that litigation on this matter could prove costly given the $500 fine, town officials defered to Westford Police on whether or not to proceed with the case.
The man believed to have been the owner of the vehicle was brought into the Westford Police Department and told officers that the vehicle did not belong to him, but a distant acquaintance from Acton who had moved to New Hampshire.
This man also indicated that the snowmobile had sunk into the pond in February, but to his knowledge, it had been removed a few days later.
Nov. 5, 1:52 p.m. - A man in Lowell was the center of a call to Westford Police from a doctor's office on Littleton Road.
According to police reports, the receptionist at the office had recieved several harassing and obscene calls from the boyfriend of a co-worker, including one that said the co-worker was cheating on him.
The receptionist asked that the man not be contacted just yet, but wanted to file a report in case the calls persisted.