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Man Startled by Road Rage Incident, Gets Haircut at Westford Valley Marketplace

The following information was supplied by the Westford Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction. More detailed reports may be delayed due to extenuating circumstances.

Dec. 3, 7:30 p.m. – A man called police after another driver started swearing at him in the parking lot of Westford Valley Marketplace 2.

The man said that the other driver was swearing at him for tailgating nearby, but was unaware that he was tailgating.

The other driver was described as 5’9, with a crew cut and grey shirt, but did not obtain any other information prior to entering Supercuts for a haircut.

Dec. 16, 4:52 p.m. - In front of Rite Aid on Carlisle Road, an officer was dispatched looking for a woman driving a red Jeep Grand Cherokee that was struck by another driver.

The woman and her father were on scene, and the officer noticed damage near the front end driver side of the vehicle.

She was driving north on Carlisle about to turn left onto Littleton Road, intending to enter Cornerstone Square.

She said she had a green light and was yielding to oncoming traffic near the middle of the intersection, but observed a blue vehicle travelling quickly down Boston Road.

While she tried to evade the vehicle, it eventually sideswiped her.

Both individuals moved over into the Rite Aid parking lot to exchange information.

However, at this point, the woman began to yell at the other driver, with the driver of the blue driver providing a phone number and saying that information could be exchanged by phone at a later time.

Officers met up with the other person, who lives at Morning Glory Circle in Westford.

The other driver said she was driving at an appropriate speed, but the red Jeep swerved into her path. She was unaware that she needed to provide additional information and apologized, the officer issued her a citation.

Dec. 20, 3:50 p.m. – A man called the police, saying he had received a call from an unknown phone number. The caller, a woman, apologized and said it was a wrong number, but after hanging up the man realized that the same phone number had been called several times recently and he had not picked up the call.

The man was afraid that he may be targeted for breaking and entering by the caller after spotting on an internet search that other people were complaining about this phone number.

The officer talked to Verizon to document the issue and offered additional patrols in his neighborhood. 

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