Police: An Arrest at McDonald's

The following information was provided by the Bedford Police Department. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.


Saturday, Nov. 17

1:43 a.m.- Police received an anonymous call reporting loud music coming from a vehicle on Elm Street. Officers were dispatched, but all was quiet upon their arrival. The vehicle was dropping someone off on Elm Street.

9:54 a.m.- An individual came into the Bedford Police Department to report an ongoing dispute concerning the ownership of a litter of kittens. An officer informed the individual that it was a civil issue and advised a no trespass letter. 

11:41 a.m.- An officer responded to a report of a rooster loose in Shawsheen Cemetary. The officer contacted the Animal Rescue League. 

6:27 p.m.- An employee of the Bedford Plaza Hotel called police to report a guest singing loudly in the lobby of the hotel. Officers responded and spoke with the guest, who agreed not to sing so loudly.

8:00 p.m.- Police received a call from an employee of the Bedford Plaza Hotel reporting a large group of people congregating outside the main entrance of the building. The employee said he felt intimidated by the group's actions and would like assistance getting them to abide by the rules of the hotel. Officers responded and reported there was no group of people, only the individual who had been singing earlier.

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Sunday, Nov. 18

 11:45 a.m.- BPD arrested Adam Jones, of 323 Nashua Road in Billerica, for warrants. Jones was later released from custody on bail.

8:18 p.m.- Police received a call reporting a motorist driving erratically heading east on Concord Road. The caller reported the vehicle was travelling at a high rate of speed, tailgating and passing in a no passing zone. Responding officers were unable to locate the vehicle, but BPD determined the vehicle was wanted by the Cambridge Police Department for an identification of the operator, with probable cause for arrest for assault with a deadly weapon. Surrounding town's police departments were notified of the vehicle's last known location. 

Monday, Nov. 19

10:43 a.m.- A resident of Meadowbrook Road reported a suspicious motor vehicle parked in the neighborhood with the apparent owner, a young male, taking photos of houses with his cell phone. The reporting person said he wanted to be cautious due to a recent breaking and entering on Meadowbrook Road earlier this month.

11:34 a.m.- A resident of Robinson Drive reported a green Camry parked on the street. The caller reported an older man with a backpack got out of the car and walked into the woods behind Lido Lane. The responding officer reported the vehicle has been reported as suspicious in the past, and that the man enjoys going for walks in the woods behind Lido Lane.

8:19 p.m.- A caller at 100 Crosby Drive reported the larceny of a car. Officers responded as well as the Billerica Police Department and the Burlington Police Department. The responding officer reported he found the vehicle unoccupied further down on Crosby Drive. The owner had left the car in gear, and it had rolled away from where he parked it. 

11:05 p.m.- Police received a call reporting a black pickup truck being operated erratically on Great Road. The vehicle pulled into McDonald's, almost hit the building and struck a curb while attempting to navigate the drive thru. While the truck was parked at McDonald's, officers arrested the registered owner, Stephen Surrette, of 337 Great Road, who was riding in the vehicle, for possession of a Class D substance, and the driver, Tatiana Erazo, of 340 Great Road, for operating under the influence and two prior warrants. 


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