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Police Log: Inappropriate Conversation; Two Arrests; Outside Fire

The following information was supplied by the Northborough police department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

Incidents, Thursday, Sept. 6

8:22 a.m.: Assist FD with an outside fire, Reservoir Street

9:19 a.m.: Assist with a well being check, East Main Street

10:54 a.m.: Assist ambulance with medical, no emd card used, West Main Street

12:39 p.m.: MVA, one car rear-ended the other, Church Street

2:40 p.m.: Medical call on East Main Street

2:51 p.m.: Past hit and run, Main Street

9:14 p.m.: RP states her daughter having an inappropriate conversation with an older male, Nelson Drive

Incidents, Friday, Sept. 7

9:25 a.m.: Assist the FD with an alarm investigation, Goddard Road

9:39 a.m.: Assisting with a medical, Southboro ambulance to respond, Bartlett Street

1:23 p.m.: Assist ambulance with medical, East Main Street

2:30 p.m.: Assist ambulance with medical, traumatic injury card used, Hudson Street

3:32 p.m.: Two-car MVA on Belmont Street

5:31 p.m.: MVA vs pedestrian, Collins Road

9:42 p.m.: Two car MVA, Southwest Cutoff

9:59 p.m.: RP states loud bangs in the area; sounds like fireworks, unable to locate, Maple Street

10:43 p.m.: Criminal application for oper with revoked registration, West Main Street

Incidents, Saturday, Sept. 8

2:50 a.m.: One in custody for OUI and unlicensed operation MA PC 923TV3. McFee & Newton called for a tow. Pleasant Street.

Sept. 7, 8:18 p.m.: Jean H. Morisseau, 34, 30 Meadow Lane, Apt. 1, Bridgewater, arrested and charged with driving with a suspended license for OUI, lights violation

Sept. 8, 3:18 a.m.: Newiton Ribeiro, 33, 39 Pleasant St., Apt: 2A, Northborough, arrested and charged with marked lanes violation, OUI, refusing to identify himself, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle

 

 

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