Five Police Incidents That Had Woburn Talking

A look back at the week in police news in Woburn.


These five stories and  entries had people talking on our Facebook page and readers clicking links this week.

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Sept. 3—At 9:57 p.m., Michael D. Reed, 29, of 47R Prospect St. Apt. #102, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. According to police, officers went to Reed’s apartment to conduct a well-being check. When officers arrived, Reed was reportedly agitated and began yelling at them. Reed continued to yell at officers outside the apartment. When officers asked the man to lower his voice, he reportedly asked if “yelling was against the law.” Officers informed him that he would be placed under arrest for disorderly conduct if his behavior continued. Reed was taken into custody and reportedly continued to yell at officers while in the holding cell. 


Sept. 6—While investigating the cause of,  reported finding a marijuana "grow room" at the Salem Street home.  


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Sept. 6—Two Lawrence men with several aliases were arrested Wednesday on drug charges at a Woburn location dubbed "the Crack Shack."


Sept. 5—At 10:26 p.m., police responded to a report of an unwanted party on Belmont Street. According to police, a resident asked her ex and his girlfriend to leave after the man dropped off school supplies for their child. Police asked both people to leave the property.


Sept. 7—A Wilmington man is facing breaking and entering charges after an overnight break-in at a Commerce Way construction site. 


Jeannie September 09, 2012 at 01:44 PM
Where is this "crack shack" located in Woburn????!!!!
Danielle Masterson September 09, 2012 at 03:17 PM
Hi Jeannie! As stated in the article, just click on the headline and you'll get to read the whole story. :)


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