Fuel Spilled at Hess Station
On Tuesday, Sept. 17, an officer was called to Hess Station on Montvale Ave. for a report of a fuel spill around 6:50 p.m.
Upon arrival, the officer found a vehicle at the pump with the owner next to it speaking with several members of the Woburn Fire Department, who had already placed a spill kit on the ground. The woman said she had just had her vehicle’s fuel pump replaced, and while filling the car with gas the leak occurred.
The vehicle could not be started because it would have caused a dangerous situation, so it was towed back to the company that replaced her fuel pump earlier in the day.
Patient Issue at Area Hospital
On Wednesday, Sept. 18, a rehabilitation center in Woburn called police to speak with an officer about a past incident with a patient.
The facilities manager said a woman became very hostile about her treatment and made threatening remarks. The woman was asked to leave the hospital and was told she would have to find treatment at another hospital because of the previous incident.
The hospital was advised of its right to file a no trespass order against the patient.
High School Student Reports Stolen Phone
On Thursday, Sept. 19, a cell phone was reported stolen from Woburn High School. A student said the phone had been stolen between 7:30-11 a.m. while inside the high school. A track was made to the phone, but the area was too large to pinpoint exactly where it was.