The following are entries from the Westford Police log for Oct. 19, 20 and 21.
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Sunday, Oct. 21
3:41 p.m. - Kimberly Lunderg, 37, of 12 Walter St. #3 in Lynn and Meghan O'Neill, 29, of 11 Chestnut Rd. were arrested during a traffic stop at the corner of Oak Hill and Nabnasset roads.
Lundberg was charged with alleged operation of a motor vehicle with a suspended license and operation of a motor vehicle with a suspended registration and O'Neill was charged with offenses from a previous warrant not specified on the log.
Sept. 17, 4:39 p.m. - A motorist caught during a random motor vehicle registry check on Littleton Road was charged with citations for alleged operation of a motor vehicle with a suspended license and operation of a motor vehicle with an expired registration
The motorist explained that he was unaware that his license had been suspended.
As his vehicle was being towed, a small glass pipe filled with marijuana was found in the possession of a passenger in his vehicle. The passenger was issued a citation for the marijuana.
Sept. 22, 5:30 p.m. - Ten individuals were reported causing a disturbance outside the Nab Plaza Tedeschi's, but one in particular caught the eye of police.
This individual, a 17-year-old Westford Academy student, allegedly deliberately ran into metal support poles for the building, which he claimed was due to "anger" and personal issues he would not elaborate upon.
During the incident, the officer on the call also confirmed the student had recently ingested a beer, but would not elaborate.
His mother came to pick him up, but shortly thereafter, dispatch informed the oficer and his partner that another parent was upset with the student for putting his nephew, a 13-year-old, in a headlock earlier Nab Plaza. The nephew's older brother allegedly threated the 17-year-old at Westford Academy later, which led to a discussion with Westford Academy administration over the incident.
The officer caught up with the 17-year-old and requested that he not engage in further incidents with the 13-year-old or possible criminal repercussions may follow.
No charges were filed at the time of either incident.
Sept. 30, 10:10 p.m. - Occupants of a pickup truck brandishing firearms in a possible road rage incident near the Ninety Nine Restaurant were spotted heading onto Concord Road toward Forge Village.
No additional information was provided by the person calling the police, the person providing the call could not be contacted for additional information after the intitial report.