Disorderly House, Property Destruction Among Week's Arrests

The following information was provided by the Grafton Police Department.

Sunday, March 17

4:34 p.m.: The Fire Department responded to a fire call on Willard Street.

Monday, March 18

3:03 p.m.: Police responded to the report of a hit and run crash on Providence Road and Church Street. Police will be seeking a summons to charge Noah Springer, 31, of 130 Keith Hill Rd., Grafton, with leaving the scene of a property damage accident, failing to drive in the right lane and a passing violation. (Editor's note: this entry has been modified to reflect that police will be seeking a summons for Springer and did not arrest him.)

5:05 p.m.: Smoke was investigated on Willard Street.

5:20 p.m.: Trespassing was investigated on Brookmeadow Lane.

11:22 p.m.: Police received a request for frequent patrols on Creeper Hill Road.

Tuesday, March 19

7:58 p.m.: A family disturbance was reported on Mchale Drive.

Wednesday, March 20

5:02 a.m.: Police had a special assignment on Creeper Hill Road.

6:23 p.m.: Harassment was investigated on Valley View Drive.

7:20 p.m.: An attempted breaking and entering was reported on Pine Street.

Thursday, March 21

4:18 p.m.: Police stopped a vehicle on Waterville Street. They will be seeking a summons to charge Leslie A. Hackert, 42, of 503 Pleasant St., Paxton, with speeding, operating after revocation of registration and having an uninsured motor vehicle.

Friday, March 22

7:55 a.m.: Peter G. Way, 62, of 15 Oak Knoll Ln., Upton, was arrested on Soap Hill Road and charged with malicious destruction of property over $250.

10:45 p.m.: Police received a report of a loud noise/disturbance on Magill Drive. They will be seeking a summons to charge Chynna R. Lopes, 17, of 218 Magill Dr., Grafton, with being the keeper of a disorderly house.

Saturday, March 23

9:25 p.m.: Police responded to a reported family disturbance on Bailin Circle. They will be seeking a summons to charge Brittany Perry, 19, of 4 Bailin Cir., Grafton, with wanton destruction of property under $250.

11:30 p.m.: An assault was investigated on Brigham Hill Road.

Protect and Serve Everyone in Grafton March 27, 2013 at 06:01 PM
One of the rich kids on Magill Drive is being summoned for "being the keeper of a disorderly house?" Why isn't there any mention about all the kids caught for underage drinking? Oh, because then that would ruin the high school sports teams that all the kids play on. Shame on the Grafton Police and Grafton High School for looking the other way. Watch out for drunk teen drivers in Grafton on the weekends!
Bilbo baggins March 29, 2013 at 03:39 PM
Why don't you get your facts right before you start making ignorant assumptions about grafton kids because every single kid at the party got a ride home safely by their parents.
Anon Grafton March 29, 2013 at 04:55 PM
I'm personally glad Grafton High looked the other way. I think it is ridiculous that the public school system has to be so involved in every little aspect of the kids lives. If the conflict happens off of school grounds, it is none of the schools business. Period. End of discussion. The parents should determine the punishment. Authority is way too harsh on kids nowadays, especially in this ludicrous police state we live in.
Protect and Serve... April 01, 2013 at 07:28 PM
I didn't say anything about the kids driving home THIS TIME. I know that the parents were called and that they had to pick up their under-age kids that had been drinking. My point was what about next time? What lesson did any of these kids learn by this? If the parents talk to their kids and put a stop to this behavior, then this becomes a great story. However, that depends on the same parents who didn't know (or worse, did know, but didn't care) that their under-age kids were drinking and planning to drive home from another weekend party. The lesson for everyone else remains: Be aware of potentially drunk, under-age drivers on the weekends in Grafton because nobody else seems to care to do anything within their power to immediately stop this. If you choose to ignore that lesson, good luck!


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