Friday, Feb. 28
At 10:55 p.m., police received a call about a verbal dispute in the lobby of the Red Roof Inn. Police spoke to the people involved and found it was not a physical fight.
At 11:37 p.m., police responded to Campbell Street concerning a report of a woman being thrown from a vehicle. An officer spoke to the woman who said she was not thrown from the vehicle, but slipped on ice as she got out of the car. She acknowledged that she did get into an argument about a song on her boyfriend’s iPod. Police also spoke to the boyfriend who said the argument was over he and his ex-girlfriend’s song on his iPod. There was no physical confrontation.
Saturday, March 1
At 11:40 a.m., police responded to Hampton Inn about a domestic disturbance. Police spoke to the couple, who had various criminal charges and aliases on their records. Police also think the two may have been engaged in an escort service because of items found in their hotel room. Her phone number is also used by multiple escort service sites. Officers escorted the pair from the hotel and forwarded their information to investigators in case they decide to settle in Woburn.
At 6:21 p.m., an employee at Walgreens on Main Street reported a shoplifter. The customer appeared nervous and may have been under the influence of something. The customer left the store without paying for a $10 memory card and a Gravity DVD. The employee said the security system didn’t go off and he didn’t actually see the customer take the items out of the store. The employee said he followed the customer out of the store and engaged in a verbal confrontation before the man left the area. A suspect has been identified and police suggested the business send the man a no trespass order.
Sunday, March 2
At 10:26 a.m., police arrested Dennis D. Carney, 33, 2 Crescent Ave., Woburn, and charged him with operating a motor vehicle after his license was revoked (subsequent offense) and on an arrest warrant. An officer on Walnut Hill Park saw a parked vehicle matching the description of a hit-and-run accident in Woburn last week. The vehicle’s plate also matched the partial plate imprint left on the vehicle that it struck last week. The officer waited nearby to see if the driver came to the vehicle. A short time later, Carney got into the vehicle and reportedly drove away at a high rate of speed and without stopping at a stop sign. Police followed the vehicle and pulled over Carney on Dale Street. Carney told police his license was suspended and police found there was a warrant for his arrest.
At 4:43 p.m., police placed an intoxicated 45-year-old Woburn man into protective custody. Police placed the man into protective custody after a report of an intoxicated man in the Wendy’s parking lot.