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Lowell Woman Arrested for Shoplifting and Drug Possession on Chelmsford Street

The following information was supplied by the Chelmsford Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

Chelmsford Police made a variety of arrests in recent days. (File Photo)
Chelmsford Police made a variety of arrests in recent days. (File Photo)
Chelmsford Police Department officers made several arrests in recent days. Below are those arrests, which do not indicate a conviction.

Tuesday, April 29
  • Police were called to Littleton Road for a report of an unwanted man in the area. Upon arrival, police arrested Leonardo F. Aponte Jr., 28, of 270 Littleton Road, Chelmsford. Aponte was charged on a warrant for trespassing and a motor vehicle warrant, along with being a fugitive from justice.
  • Chelmsford Police arrested Jake G. Todisco, 21, of 47B Dunstable Road, Chelmsford, on an outstanding warrant, after a traffic stop on Drum Hill Road.
Wednesday, April 30
  • At 12:31 a.m. police were called to Manning Road when a woman called to report that she needed help. After responding, police arrested William E. Dowling, 64, of 12 Gail Street, Chelmsford. Dowling was charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor and operating a motor vehicle negligently to endanger.
Thursday, May 1
  • A shoplifter was reported by a business on Chelmsford Street. Police responded to the scene and arrested Kimberly A. Thompson, 46, of 189 Parker Street, Lowell. Thompson was charged on an outstanding warrant and also for larceny of property over $250 and illegal possession of a Class A substance.
  • Peter M. Veseskis, 41, of 104 Stromquist Ave., Lowell, was arrested on a warrant for shoplifting and another warrant for operating with a license suspended.
Iron Mike May 06, 2014 at 06:48 AM
Aah yes, once again drug use [likely begun with marijuana] has led to a life of crime – and a LOT of expense for us taxpayers. And how many brain cells has this woman already killed off?
Rob C May 06, 2014 at 10:38 AM
Pot is in no way a gateway drug. I never went beyond its use and everyone else I know that has used/tried it has never gone beyond it either. Alcohol leads to more things than pot does.
Linda May 06, 2014 at 11:07 AM
I have to agree with Iron Mike on this one. Maybe you and your friends got your pot unlaced, but most of the dealers out there put other stuff in it to get you hooked on Heroin and other stuff. I seen more people coming into the hospital unresponsive or dead and they only used pot, so they thought.
Rob C May 06, 2014 at 06:14 PM
Big difference between getting pot that is laced with something and calling pot a gateway drug. Know your dealer and make sure there is nothing mixed in and pot is extremely safe and non-addictive and certainly does not lead to stronger drugs. It is the persons choice to move on to stronger things. I have known people that did coke but have never touched pot. The act of smoking pot has never killed anybody.
Rob C May 06, 2014 at 08:46 PM
Iron Mike, It is always good advice to know who your connection is when you are getting your glaucoma medicine. If you dont really know and trust your connection then you are never really sure of what you are getting. Nothing inane about my comment. Show me one single case where somebody has died from an overdose of pot? It has never happened. All the deaths involved in the drug wars are a direct result of the governments stupidity in keeping pot on the evil drugs list. If it was legalized and treated the same as alcohol then none of those deaths would happen and we would save money as well as lives.

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