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Man Faces Unwanted Confrontation At Grassy Pond

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

June 6, 7:30 p.m. – Police became involved after a man was involved in a confrontation with a younger man near Grassy Pond on Plain Road.

At approximately 5 p.m., the older man began to walk his dog when the younger man drove by and yelled things at the older man out of his car window.

The older man responded with hostile communications to the younger man and the younger man parked next to the park.

According to the report, the younger man was described as 6’1, with a medium build, short brown hair and brown eyes and in his 20s.

At this point, the younger man became increasing agitated, eventually slapping the phone out of the older man’s hand as he tried to call police. The younger man repeatedly slapped the phone out of the older man’s hand as he picked it up off the ground.

Before the younger man left, the older man took a picture of the younger man’s car. Police discovered from the license plate on the picture that the younger man lived at Almeria Circle. After an investigation, he was later arrested.

The older man was disinterested in pursuing charges, he had no injuries. His age was not identified in the report.

June 7, 4:13 p.m. – An officer was dispatched to Westford Academy for a reported safety hazard.

Dispatchers told the officer that a high voltage wire near the water pump house burst and was sparking.

National Grid had been contacted to address the issue, the officer cleared the area of students.

Soon after the officer’s arrival, a National Grid official also arrived and said that a piece of wire would need to be replaced, but it was not an immediate safety issue.

National Grid crews were dispatched to the scene to address the issue.

June 8, 10:21 a.m. – Police were dispatched to Groton Road after reports of a threat. A man told police he had sold a boat to a woman who was initially happy to the boat, but later became unhappy with it.

She wanted her money back, but the man refused due to an understanding at the time of purchase that no refunds would be given.

Police talked to the woman and advised her of the no refund policy. She thanked the police, but was still unhappy with the situation as a whole.