Sunday, May 11
At 9:14 a.m., police responded to Hill Street after someone spray-painted male genitalia on the side of a truck.
At 9:37 a.m., a Grove Street resident reported someone broke into two cars. A GPS and assorted change were stolen from one vehicle. A neighbor reported that a third vehicle was also entered and a GPS was stolen.
Monday, May 12
At 12:38 p.m., a Woburn resident reported being the victim of a scam. He said he received a notice on his computer that his security software would expire soon. It asked for a payment of $850 to renew software and asked him for his bank information. He entered his information. Later, the resident found that the transaction was actually for $980, which was transferred into a person’s account in a California credit union.
At 5:17 p.m., police placed a 34-year-old Woburn man into protective custody. Police responded to the Red Roof Inn about an employee needing police assistance. An intoxicated man was drinking in the hallways of the fifth floor. He also yelled at staff when he was confronted. Police spoke to the man who was emitting a strong odor of alcohol. While speaking to police, the man’s pants fell down and he was standing in a puddle of water from an overflowed toilet. The man acknowledged he had too much to drink. Police placed the man into protective custody.
At 10:34 p.m., police arrested Stephen Taylor Hegarty, 28, 9 Williams Court, Woburn, and charged him with disorderly conduct. Police responded Main Street about a domestic disturbance. Police arrived and found 15 to 20 people gathered in a parking lot. Police attempted to speak to Hegarty, but he walked away and swore at them. Police searched Hegarty, who swore at the officers and tried to pull his arms away. Because of his “aggressive demeanor and vulgar language,” police arrested Hegarty.