Myers admitted taking the car seat from an unlocked vehicle, Reardon wrote. Officers found a medicine bottle that had been issued to a Second Street resident in the tote bag. When they went to that address, a resident there said the GPS and CDs were stolen from her vehicle, Reardon wrote.
Myers’ previous offenses include assault with a dangerous weapon, breaking and entering in the night, disorderly conduct, unarmed robbery and resisting arrest, according to a court document.
Attorney Kenneth Allison of Haverhill was appointed by the court to represent Myers at the taxpayers’ expense.
During the past year, numerous unlocked vehicles have been broken into in North Andover. The Police Department continues to advise residents to lock their vehicles and not keep valuables in them.