Chelmsford police log 2021

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Chelmsford Police Log, Nov.

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The following are excerpts from the Chelmsford police log for Sunday, Nov. 1, to Saturday, Nov. 7. The log is public record and available for review. All persons are presumed innocent unless found guilty in a court of law.

Sunday, Nov. 1

a.m.: A motor vehicle traffic violation was reported at Davis and North roads.

a.m.: A motor vehicle traffic violation was reported at North Road and Fletcher Street.

a.m.: A traffic hazard was reported on Vinal Square.

a.m.: A motor vehicle traffic violation was reported on Chelmsford Street.

a.m.: A motor vehicle traffic violation was reported on Groton Road.

a.m.: A motor vehicle traffic violation was reported at Ledge and Dunstable roads.

a.m.: Vandalism was reported on Equestrian Lane.

a.m.: A motor vehicle traffic violation was reported at Stedman Street and Dalton Road.

p.m.: A motor vehicle traffic violation was reported at Chelmsford Street and Route

p.m.: Suspicious activity was reported at Bike Path and Central Square.

p.m.: A disabled motor vehicle was reported at Warren Avenue and Turnpike Road.

p.m.: A traffic hazard was reported at Warren Avenue and Turnpike Road.

p.m.: A traffic hazard was reported at Turnpike and Billerica roads.

p.m.: Suspicious activity was reported on Technology Drive.

Monday, Nov. 2

a.m.: A motor vehicle traffic violation was reported on Littleton Road.

a.m.: A traffic hazard was reported on Riverneck Road.

a.m.: A traffic hazard was reported on Chelmsford Street.

a.m.: A motor vehicle accident with injuries was reported at North Road and Route

10 a.m.: Fraud was reported on Meehan Drive.

a.m.: Fraud was reported on Mission Road.

a.m.: Fraud was reported on Wagontrail Road.

a.m.: Fraud was reported on Amble Road.

a.m.: Fraud was reported on Main Street.

a.m.: Fraud was reported on Acton Road.

a.m.: A motor vehicle traffic violation was reported at Dunshire Drive and Dunstable Road.

p.m.: A motor vehicle accident with injuries was reported on Chelmsford Street.

p.m.: Fraud was reported on Boston Road.

p.m.: Fraud was reported on Green Acre Lane.

Tuesday, Nov. 3

a.m.: A motor vehicle traffic violation was reported at Technology Drive and Northern Avenue.

a.m.: A motor vehicle traffic violation was reported at Rotary and Route 3.

8 a.m.: A motor vehicle accident with injuries was reported on Vinal Square.

a.m.: A traffic hazard was reported at Washington and Princeton streets.

a.m.: Suspicious activity was reported on Chelmsford Street.

a.m.: Fraud was reported on Riverneck Road.

a.m.: Fraud was reported on Sylvan Avenue.

a.m.: Identity theft was reported on Old Westford Road.

a.m.: A motor vehicle traffic violation was reported at Ledge and Dunstable roads.

p.m.: A motor vehicle accident with injuries was reported at Courtland Drive and Westford Street.

p.m.: A motor vehicle traffic violation was reported at Chelmsford Street and Lowell Line.

p.m.: Vandalism was reported on Littleton Road.

p.m.: A traffic hazard was reported on Locust Road.

p.m.: Fraud was reported on Drexel Drive.

Wednesday, Nov. 4

a.m.: A traffic hazard was reported at Chelmsford Street and Route

a.m.: A motor vehicle traffic violation was reported at Shaw and Princeton streets.

a.m.: Suspicious activity was reported on Windsor Street.

a.m.: A traffic hazard was reported at Washington and Princeton streets.

a.m.: Fraud was reported on Boston Road.

a.m.: A disturbance was reported on Alpha Road.

a.m.: Fraud was reported on Olde North Road.

a.m.: Fraud was reported on Ranch Road.

p.m.: Fraud was reported on Smokerise Drive.

p.m.: Fraud was reported on Westford Street.

p.m.: Fraud was reported on Dunstable Road.

p.m.: A motor vehicle traffic violation was reported at Clinton Avenue and Stedman Street.

p.m.: A motor vehicle accident with injuries was reported on Littleton Road.

p.m.: A motor vehicle traffic violation was reported on Old Westford Road.

Thursday, Nov. 5

a.m.: A motor vehicle traffic violation was reported at Columbia Street and North Road.

a.m.: Identity theft was reported on Wellman Avenue.

a.m.: A motor vehicle traffic violation was reported on Chelmsford Street.

a.m.: Identity theft was reported on Helens Way.

a.m.: A motor vehicle traffic violation was reported on Tyngsboro Road.

a.m.: Fraud was reported on Groton Road.

a.m.: A motor vehicle traffic violation was reported at Carlisle Street and Oak Knoll Avenue.

p.m.: A traffic hazard was reported on Biltmore Avenue.

p.m.: Identity theft was reported on North Road.

p.m.: Identity theft was reported on Graniteville Road.

2 p.m.: A motor vehicle traffic violation was reported on Drum Hill Road.

p.m.: A motor vehicle traffic violation was reported at Billerica Road and Perham Street.

p.m.: Fraud was reported on Littleton Road.

p.m.: A motor vehicle traffic violation was reported at Dunstable Road and Marinel Avenue.

Friday, Nov. 6

a.m.: A disturbance was reported at Turnpike Road and Kinlock Apartment.

a.m.: Suspicious activity was reported at Adams Street and Varney Playground.

a.m.: Suspicious activity was reported at Richardson Road and Chelmsford High School.

a.m.: Suspicious activity was reported on Old Westford Road.

a.m.: A motor vehicle traffic violation was reported on Glen Avenue.

a.m.: A motor vehicle traffic violation was reported at Newfield Street and Groton Road.

a.m.: Identity theft was reported on Sonora Drive.

a.m.: A motor vehicle traffic violation was reported at Drexel Drive and Graniteville Road.

a.m.: Suspicious activity was reported on Littleton Road.

a.m.: A motor vehicle traffic violation was reported at Hilltop Terrace and Stedman Street.

a.m.: Fraud was reported on Nicholas Terrace.

p.m.: Suspicious activity was reported at Parkhurst Road and Walmart.

p.m.: A motor vehicle traffic violation was reported at Jessie and Turnpike roads.

p.m.: Identity theft was reported on Howard Road.

Saturday, Nov. 7

a.m.: A disturbance was reported on Drum Hill Road.

a.m.: A disturbance was reported on Dunshire Drive.

a.m.: A motor vehicle accident with injuries was reported at North Road and Rotary.

a.m.: A disabled motor vehicle was reported at Rotary and Route 3.

a.m.: A motor vehicle traffic violation was reported at Dunstable Road and Tyngsboro Line.

a.m.: A motor vehicle accident with injuries was reported on Chelmsford Street.

a.m.: A disturbance was reported at Chelmsford Street and Shell Food Mart.

p.m.: Identity theft was reported on Clear Street.

p.m.: A motor vehicle traffic violation was reported on Chelmsford Street.

p.m.: A motor vehicle accident with injuries was reported at Chelmsford Street and Eastgate Plaza.

p.m.: A motor vehicle accident with injuries was reported at Drum Hill Road and Autozone.

p.m.: Fraud was reported on Grandview Road.

p.m: A motor vehicle traffic violation was reported at Golden Cove Road and Route

p.m.: Suspicious activity was reported on Littleton Road.

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We, the Chelmsford Police Department, in partnership with our community are committed to maintaining the peace, protecting life and property, and providing professional law enforcement and crime prevention services. We accept the challenge of reducing the fear of crime by the prevention of criminal activity. We shall provide these services with compassion, dignity, and a proficiency within the framework of the United States Constitution. To enhance the quality of life for all citizens we will cooperate with other agencies and groups to resolve community concerns. To fulfill our mission, the Chelmsford Police Department will provide a supportive work environment that fosters the professional development of its members. Service will be our commitmentHonor and integrity our mandate.

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The Town of Chelmsford has instituted the CodeRED Emergency Notification System- an ultra high-speed telephone communication service for emergency notifications. This system allows us to telephone all or targeted areas of the town in case of an emergency situation that requires immediate action (such as a boil-water notice, missing child, or evacuation notices).

The system is capable of dialing 50, phone numbers per hour. It then delivers our recorded message to a live person or an answering machine, making three attempts to connect to any number.

When the CodeRED System Will Be Used


This system will only be used for emergency purposes. Examples of times when the CodeRED system could be utilized:
  • Bomb threat
  • Chemical spill or Gas leak
  • Drinking water contamination
  • Evacuation notice & route
  • Fires or Floods
  • Hostage situation
  • Missing person
  • Utility outage
This system is also for other emergency incidents where rapid and accurate notification is essential for life safety.
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On Wednesday, September 22, , through the continued investigation, additional video has been obtained from businesses along the path of travel that it is believed the suspect vehicle took after the crash. Based upon this video (https://youtu.be/lzKxNgEMYpY) and attached still photos, it is believed that the vehicle shown is a blue GMC Yukon manufactured between to It has moderate front end damage to the passenger side of the front bumper and hood area.

Anyone who has seen this vehicle or who has any information pertaining to this case is asked to please contact State Police Communications at or the MCU-TIP Line at

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On Tuesday, September 21, , at approximately p.m. the Kingston Police Department began looking for a missing bicyclist in their town. After a search of the area along Route southbound near New Boston Road. Kingston PD found a bicycle and the rider down an embankment off the shoulder of Route The bicyclist was identified as Donna Briggs, age 59, of Derry, NH. Emergency medical personnel responded to the scene to render aid. Briggs was pronounced deceased on scene. Based upon evidence on scene, it appears that Briggs was struck from behind by a motor vehicle traveling southbound, which then left the scene. Video from a nearby business shows it was a dark colored vehicle that struck Briggs and that the crash happened at approximately am.

At the request of the Kingston Police Department, the New Hampshire State Police Collision Analysis and Reconstruction (C.A.R.) Unit responded to the scene and assumed control of the investigation. Due to the collision, Route was closed for several hours while the on-scene investigation occurred. The New Hampshire State Police CAR Unit were assisted on scene by Troopers from the Troop A Barracks, as well as the Kingston Police and Fire Departments.

At this time, it is unknown why the vehicle struck Briggs or why it left the scene. Anyone that may have further information related to this crash, or that were traveling in that area around am on eptember 21st, please contact Tr. Eric Torrens or email at Eric.M.Torrens&#;dos.nh.gov.

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