Fitchburg man arrested for demanding empanadas from female food truck operator wanted for restraining order violations
Mark Pearl, 33, of Fitchburg, was charged with disturbing the peace for demanding empanadas from a female food truck operator in Leominster, then leaving scratch tickets on her window because he thought she “needed the money.” Pearl was arrested after refusing a female officer’s order to leave the parking lot.
From purchasing gifts online to local drop offs in Leominster and Fitchburg, find out how you can contribute to Fostering Change’s annual gift drive.
Police were called to the CVS on Nelson Street following a report from Dr. Susan Young’s office at Fitchburg Primary Care that an elderly patient of theirs was upset over ongoing medication mistakes.
A coordinated effort by a joint task force and Leominster police led to the raid of the New Orchid Spa on Central Street, which was determined to be a brothel after a lengthy investigation.
Leominster man shadowboxing erratically at Whitney Carriage Apartments arrested for drug distribution, disorderly conduct
A report that a man’s erratic behavior was scaring children in the parking lot of a Leominster apartment complex leads to a significant drug bust. Police found crack cocaine and marijuana in the man’s car, along with a letter that discussed the delivery of “bricks of fentanyl and black tar heroin.”
The owner of Junior’s Tattoos, Jose Benevides, 45, of Fitchburg, was charged with indecent assault and battery on a person 14 years of age or older, for allegedly touching the genitalia of a customer against her will during a session.
Wayne Donahue, 27, of Leominster, was arrested after he was caught on camera breaking into his neighbor’s apartment. He was previously detained for dealing narcotics from his Prospect Street apartment in 2022.
Leominster School Committee candidate Kaitlin Volpe shares the written version of her closing statement from the debate on October 4.
After hit-and-run, Fitchburg man tells police he didn’t report accident because he couldn’t afford tow truck
According to police, Joseph Cheverez, of Fitchburg, damaged about $2,000 property with his truck after he went fishing in Leominster. He was caught by a witness, who got his license plate number as he left the scene.
Fitchburg man with fanny pack full of Xanax arrested for trespassing and shoplifting at Leominster Home Depot
Jasuel Negron, of Fitchburg, was caught stealing $428 worth of merchandise from the Home Depot on Commercial Road just two months after receiving a trespass notice for shoplifting from the same location. Following his arrest, police found Xanax he didn’t have a prescription in his fanny pack.