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Man Allegedly Leaves T-Shirt Around Handle Of Tedeschi Employee’s Car During August Incident

The following information was provided by the Westford Police Department. Anyone arrested is assumed innocent unless proven guilty by a court of law.

Aug. 30, 12:48 p.m. – Police were dispatched to the Stony Brook Road to meet with a woman who had been part of a road rage incident at the corner of Stratton Hill and Polley roads.

According to the woman, this was the second time this particular driver had cut her off.

Thanks to a partial license plate and a description of the man, police were able to find the man a day later.

The man said she did cut off the woman because she was speeding and had a very large truck, but said the first incident occurred when his friend was driving his car.

When asked who the friend was, the man began to walk away from the officer, only saying that he would be moving away to New York very soon.

Aug. 31, 3:54 p.m. – An officer was dispatched to meet an employee from the Nabnasset Tedeschi who was allegedly harassed.

According to the employee, the customer had frequently called the store, asked other employees when she was working, and often waited for her in the parking lot.

She had never thought about calling the police until recently she found what she called his t-shirt wrapped around the handle of her truck. Her manger had given the man a verbal no trespassing order and now the employee wanted a more formal restraining order against the man.

Officers returned a few days later to talk with the employee and her manager with a more formal letter, they attempted to show a copy of the letter to the man, but he was not in town at the town, with family members not knowing exactly where he was.

Sept. 1, 10:00 a.m. – Police were dispatched to Beacon Street after an anonymous caller reported a man sleeping in the bed of a nearby pick-up truck.

The man was found and said that he and a friend worked at a moving company and had become intoxicated at a co-worker’s house on that street and that they would sleep in the car rather than drive.

After questioning the friend, the officer called their parents to drive the two home until they were sober enough to take custody of the truck.

Sept. 2, 10:30 a.m. – An employee at Westford Auto Sales called to report the theft of four wheels from a vehicle, with the perpetrators using the dealership’s car jack.

The vehicle was described as a “salvaged” purchase.

Between the four wheels and nuts on the wheels, the total cost of the stolen items was approximately $1,600.

The wheels were last seen several days earlier, and the theft was discovered a day earlier.

Although there were fresh foot impressions in the area, employees rarely accessed due to poison ivy due to police reports.

No video camera recordings were available; no suspects were noted at the time.