Woman Nearly Hit By Car Near East Boston Camps, Police Find Driver
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 Sept. 26 and 27.
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Wednesday, Sept. 26
2:11 p.m. - Thomas Williams, 40, of 17 Court St. in Boston was arrested during a motor vehicle stop on Groton Road for failure to appear to a court date.
Thursday, Sept. 27
11:10 a.m. - Stephen Batchelder, 32, of 23A Mammoth Rd. in Hooksett, NH was arrested on charges stemming from a previous warrant.
July 16, 4:30 p.m. - Police responded to Nabnasset Lake when a mother said that her son was being bullied by an older boy riding a jet ski attempting to splash water into his pontoon boat.
July 24, 4:28 p.m. - Police were dispatched to Kennedy Pond where a large German Shepard was found off a leash growling at other dogs.
Aug. 18, 10:16 p.m. - Five 10-year-olds were reported allegedly fooling around with leftover Fourth of July fireworks on Woodbine Terrace, although upon arrival, police were only able to find some kids near a campfire making s'mores.
Sept. 12, 7:29 a.m. - A Chevy Duromax 3500 was reported in a road rage incident near St. Catherine's, although police could not find the vehicle.
Sept. 21, 3:56 p.m. - A woman called police to report a dark blue Audi that almost hit her near the entrance of the East Boston Camps on Depot Street.
She said the vehicle went slightly off the road shortly after it nearly hit her.
The woman provided a license plate number and described the driver as a female in her 50s with brown hair in a ponytail, but the vehicle registered to the plate was a different make and model.
Two hours later, the woman found the Audi, which was green and had a similar, but different license plate. The driver of the Audi was contacted, and she denied speeding on the road, also stating that the woman jumped out in front of her.
The driver was requested to be careful driving and contact police in the future in instances where she believed pedestrians were jumping out in front of her car.