Friday, February 8, 2013
A Marlborough man was arrested for his fourth DUI Wednesday.
A Marlborough man was arrested shortly after 11 p.m. Wednesday for his fifth DUI after his fast driving attracted the attention of the police. “The officer observed the vehicle Mr. Hannan was in turn onto Ash Street at a high rate of speed and accelerate," said Detective Scott DeCiero of the Community Services Bureau of the Marlborough Police Department. Police followed the car driven by a man later identified as Jay Hannan, 50, of 76 Huntington Ave. Apt. 1. Police were able to catch up to the vehicle — which they estimated to be traveling at 50 mph in a 25 mph zone, said Det. DeCiero. The vehicle eventually came to a stop — after stopping and then driving off — and officers approached it. “They detected the strong odor of an alcoholic …
The following Police Log information was supplied by the Marlborough Police Department. Charges do not indicate a conviction. All arrests are reported.
Wednesday, Feb. 6 9:35 a.m.: A disturbance was reported from the Assabet Valley Regional Vocational High School on Fitchburg Street. 9:58 a.m.: Larceny was reported from advocates on Mill Street Central. 12:29 p.m.: A drug offence was reported from the Marlborough High School on Bolton Street. 2:27 p.m.: A suspicious motor vehicle was reported from St. Mary's Credit Union on South Bolton Street. 3:14 p.m.: Threats were reported from East Main Street. 4:16 p.m.: Police arrested John Sheldon, 37, of 336 East Main Street Apt. 22 on East Main Street on charges of assault and battery. 5:22 p.m.: A disturbance was reported from East Main Street. 5:36 p.m.: Police arrested Miguel Mojica-Encarnacion, 26, of 319 East Main Street Apt. D6 on Farm and…
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
A $6,000 grant will be used to target drunk drivers in Marlborough.
Marlborough will be deploying officers to catch drunk drivers and those not wearing seatbelts using a $6,000 grant from the state. The city's police will be enforcing the Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over and Click it or Ticket programs from the state using a grant from the State Executive Office of Public Safety. "The grant is a reimbursement grant and will be used for high visibility traffic enforcement, specifically targeting drunk drivers," Police Chief Mark Leonard wrote in a letter to Mayor Arthur Vigeant. The city will provide an additional $1,500 towards the three mobilizations paid for by the grant. One mobilzation targeting drunk driving occured at the end of December. The remaining two mobilizations will take place from May into …
Friday, November 16, 2012
A woman who drives part-time for Assabet Valley Collaborative has been charged with driving under the influence.
A Clinton woman has been charged with driving under the influence of drugs and failing to stay within marked lanes while driving a school van for the Northborough-based Van Pool Transportation, according to the Worcester Telegram and Gazette. Bonnie J. Lyons, 55, of 81 Washington St., drives a van for special needs students from Marlborough's Assabet Valley Collaborative, which serves which serves Berlin, Bolton, Boylston, Grafton, Hudson, Lancaster, Marlboro, Maynard, Millbury, Northboro, Shrewsbury, Southboro, Stow and Westboro. There were no students in the van, reported the Telegram, but Lyons's license was confiscated and will receive a summons. Lyons reportedly told the officer she took prescribed pain medication.