Five Police Incidents That Had Woburn Talking
A look back at the week in police news in Woburn.
Dec. 17—At 4:34 p.m., police were dispatched to a two-car accident on Mishawum Road. According to police, one car rear-ended another when the driver reached down for a Tic-Tac mint. Everyone involved refused medical treatment, said police.
Dec. 18—A Woburn teen has been killed and another is in serious condition after a fiery crash in Malden Monday night.
Dec. 18—At 7:09 a.m., a Woburn Memorial High School student was struck by a car on Montvale Avenue, near Eastern Ave. According to police, the 14-year-old boy was wearing dark clothing when he ran across the street, about 60 feet away from a crosswalk. When the boy entered the travel lane of the car, the driver struck him, telling police she did not see him. A witness also driving on Montvale Avenue reported that she did not see the student either. Police reported the boy was hit by the car, flipped into the air and landed on the sidewalk. Witnesses told police the boy got up and started to run toward the school. He was stopped and was assisted by witnesses before Woburn Police and Fire arrived. The boy was taken to Mass General Hospital with head and arm injuries, reported police.
Dec. 19 & 20—A convoy of hundreds of police officers left Burlington this morning to visit a young boy with cancer in Virginia. Sgt. Charles Stokes and Officer Tom Negri represented the Woburn Police Department. This story outlined the officers' trek, through tweets, pictures and video from police all over New England.
Dec. 19—At 10:20 p.m., Jade E. Gaudiello, 20, of P.O. Box 61172 in New Bedford, was arrested and charged on an outstanding warrant. According to police, Gaudiello was identified in an advertisement for sexual acts through a Vice investigation. Police contacted Gaudiello, who was staying in a hotel in Woburn. When police arrived, Gaudiello asked if the officer was an undercover cop. Officers discovered Gaudiello had an outstanding warrant for her arrest and placed her in custody.