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South Chelmsford Road Woman Accuses Family Members Of Stealing Candy Dish, Borrowed Library Items

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The following information was provided by the Westford Police Department.

April 11, 10:09 a.m. – A resident on South Chelmsford Road asked for advice regarding someone taking a set of 10 CDs and paperwork that had been in her mother’s vehicle as well as a candy dish missing from her home.

The CDs were borrowed from the Waltham library.

She believed her sister could have taken the CDs.

21Jul14 Westford Police LogoThe sister was later contacted, and she said she had returned the CDs to the library in Chelmsford and had accidentally taken a karate belt from the vehicle, but would drop them off later.

She had also cleaned out some perishable items from their mother’s house.

A day later, the resident’s father thought the resident was making too big of a deal about the items. He was also concerned that the sister was in trouble, but the father was told that the sister was not in trouble, she should just not take the resident’s borrowed CDs.

The resident later said that the sister returned the karate belt.

A day after this, she called police again, saying the candy dish was returned. It was unclear if it was lost or brought back by the sister.

April 11, 2:53 p.m. – A man who had some personal items in a house on Woodbine Terrace went to police after discovering he was issued a no trespassing order by his sister, who now lives there.

The man’s mother sold the house to the sister after moving into a nursing home in Chelmsford. He also wanted to get the title back for his car left on the property.

He was informed that this was a civil matter and he would have to return to court to deal with the no trespassing order.

April 12, 1:12 a.m. – Officers were dispatched after a security guard at the Westford Regency reported that guests in a room were not complying with requests to quiet down.

There were two guests in the room, a man and a woman. The officers obtained permission from a hotel employee to enter the room, but immediately the woman entered the bathroom and shut the door.

Later, the woman left the bathroom, both appeared to be intoxicated according to reports.

The pair was asked to keep the noise down. No further information was provided.