Police Log: Woman Called About a Loan She Didn’t Want

Photo credit: Patch file photo.
Photo credit: Patch file photo.

Friday, April 11

At 10:05 a.m., a Woburn resident reported identity theft. She was looking for a job and an acquaintance told her that her company was hiring and she would need the Woburn woman’s license and tax returns. The job didn’t materialize, but the Woburn woman received a call from a bank about a loan, which she said she did not want. Police took a report.

At 1:43 p.m., a Woburn resident reported that someone filed for unemployment benefits using her personal information. Police took a report.


Saturday, April 12

At 8:44 a.m., police responded to a two-car accident on Salem Street. A driver taking a left from Bow Street didn’t yield to oncoming traffic and collided with the other vehicle. There were no injuries. One car was towed from the scene. The driver of the car turning from Bow Street was cited for failing to yield in an intersection.



Sunday, April 13

At 1:45 a.m., police arrested Stephen Anthony Sullivan, 57, 4 Mount Pleasant St., Apt. 3, Woburn, and charged him with domestic assault and battery.

At 12:54 p.m., police responded to Radio Shack on Cambridge Road about a possible attempted burglary. The man said he was at the front of the store when he heard a bang in the back. He checked the back room and said he found a cardboard box and bag of trash against the rear exit door as well as a bent wire clothes hanger under the door. The man said he saw two men in the back parking lot, but they left the area. Another employee said she thought the noise was stock falling to the floor. Police investigated and believe there was no attempted break-in.


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