The following information was provided by the Westford Police Department. Anyone arrested is assumed innocent unless proven guilty by a court of law.
Sept. 16, 5:01 p.m. – A parent told an officer that her son lost a gold necklace at the Westford Academy football game a few nights earlier versus Chelmsford.
The boy, who played in the marching band, reported that the necklace was worth approximately $600 to $800.
The officer told the two that they should ask if signs could be placed around Westford Academy asking about the item’s whereabouts, and that the Chelmsford Police should also be contacted in case a Chelmsford resident had picked up the necklace.
There was a check of recent pawn shop sales to see if the necklace had been sold there, although the search was limited as according to the report, it is generally department policy to only check pawn shops for stolen items.
Sept. 20, 10:27 p.m. – Police were dispatched to the British Beer Company for reports of a fight between two men in the parking lot.
The first employee the dispatched officer talked to said they did not see the fight, but another employee chimed in saying it lasted approximately 30 seconds.
Both men were described as tall and heavyset, one was wearing a grey button-down shirt with jeans while the other had a black hat and a beard.
It was believed by the employee that the two men were at the BBC for a bachelor party and had been on site for an hour prior to the fight.
She also reported that the pair gave each other a hug after the fight ended.
The two men left shortly afterward, their vehicle could not be found.
Oct. 4, 2:40 p.m. – A resident at the Brookside Mills called police to report mysterious vehicles picking up high school students in the morning that were driving fast.
She also reported an increase in littered cans in the area before requesting additional patrols.
Oct. 8, 11:00 p.m. – A resident on Pond Street called police due to noise at the neighboring house.
It was discovered that a child at the neighboring house was playing video games that could be heard from the street.
The child’s parents told the child to stop playing for the night.