Friday, Feb. 7
At 3:23 p.m., police arrested Brian Michael Suitter, 48, 2 Beach Terrace, Apt. 2, Woburn, and charged him on three counts of violating an abuse prevention order.
At 5:26 p.m., police arrested Patrick Brendon Ward, 27, PO Box 532, Woburn, and charged him on three warrants for malicious damage to a motor vehicle, assault and battery and failing to appear for jury duty. Police saw someone clearing a roof with a snow blower in the area of Gill Street and Sixth Road. Police asked Ward to get off the roof. Police arrested Ward because there were warrants for his arrest.
Saturday, Feb. 8
At 4:51 p.m., police responded to Pleasant and Winn strrets after a two-car accident. A driver was stopped at the stop sign and attempted to proceed when she struck another vehicle. The drivers refused being treated at the scene. Both vehicles had major damage and were towed. Police cited the first driver to failing to yield to oncoming traffic.
At 7:54 p.m., police received a report about a stolen ladder on Center Street. The person said an 8-foot folding ladder valued at about $200 was taken from the roof of his company van. Police spoke to a Johnston Street resident who said he had the ladder and that his daughter’s boyfriend tried to use it to sneak into his house. The resident scared off the boyfriend and he left the ladder. The person on Center Street went to Johnson Street and picked up the ladder.
Sunday, Feb. 9
At 12:09 a.m., police placed a 26-year-old North Reading man, a 35-year-old Burlington man and 26-year-old Woburn man into protective custody. Police responded to Scoreboard Sports Bar & Grill about an intoxicated man. The man reportedly snuck nips of whiskey into the bar. Police spoke to the man who allegedly yelled in the officer’s face. Police smelled a strong odor of alcohol on the man. His friends were also intoxicated. Police placed the three intoxicated men into protective custody.
At 4:24 p.m., police responded to a Woburn residence about a possible overdose. Woburn Fire and paramedics administered first aid to a man who suffered a heroin overdose. He was taken to Winchester Hospital. Police reported two other people at the scene also appeared to be under the influence of drugs.