The following information came from the Westford Police Department. Anyone arrested is considered innocent unless proven guilty by a court of law.
June 10, 5:31 p.m. – A nurse requested assistance regarding alleged harassment at work. The person allegedly harassing her was the son-in-law of one of her patients.
Earlier that day, the son-in-law began yelling at her regarding trash left outside the patient’s home.
According to the son-in-law, the nurse had begun to act unprofessionally recently, at one point breaking a handrail as well as a washer and dryer. Instead of apologizing, the son-in-law said the nurse lied about the handrail and said the washer and dryer unit needed to be replaced.
The son-in-law became upset about the trash due to seeing one of the nurse’s items in the trash, which he said the nurse also did not admit to.
At this point, the officer told the nurse that it would be best if she left the residence to avoid further conflict. She agreed.
Later, the agency that the nurse worked for agreed to send another nurse.
June 13, 3:55 p.m. – While patrolling Littleton Road, an officer observed a white Ford without an inspection sticker. After a computer search, it was discovered that the car was registered on May 9, 2016 and the previous owner of the vehicle had an inspection sticker that expired in October 2016.
The officer on patrol pulled over the car around the area of the Park Drive and quickly learned the driver had no license in his possession, stating he only drove from home to work and back.
Soon after this discovery, the officer learned that the driver had three active arrest warrants from earlier offenses that were redacted within the report.
The driver was arrested and also issued a citation not specified in the report. A passenger within the vehicle later got a ride and the car was driven away by another family member.
Later, the driver learned he was not eligible for bail.
June 25, 11:35 a.m. – A Massachusetts State Police helicopter spotted three individuals allegedly swimming inside of Merrill’s Quarry, a private location.
Officers found the individuals, who were unaware that they were trespassing, despite the signs saying “no trespassing” at the border of the property where they entered, near the Butterfly Place.
All three individuals were cooperative and left willingly after receiving charged with trespassing.