---- — NORTH ANDOVER — You’ve heard of road rage; how about snowplowing rage?
A local resident got very angry when a snowplow passed his residence on Concord Street late Tuesday afternoon. He was so outraged that he chased a Division of Public Works truck and hit it with a shovel, according to the police log.
After senior DPW foreman John Lavin reported the incident at 5:19 p.m., an officer contacted the irate resident and advised him to contact the police if he has complaints about snowplowing practices — and to refrain from striking moving vehicles.
Lt. Charles Gray, spokesman for the North Andover Police Department, described the resident as a middle-aged man. No charges were filed against him.
Police say 3 using heroin at Andover gas station
ANDOVER — Three Lowell residents were arrested at the Mobil gas station on River Road Tuesday afternoon after police say that they saw two of those arrested using heroin while parked at a gas pump.
Arrested in the incident were: Alyssa Boisvert, 25, of 15 Third Ave., Lowell; Shawn Heselton, 30, of 15 Third Ave., Lowell; and Charles Kasinskas, 24, of 74 Lafayette St., Lowell. Boisvert and Kasinskas were both charged with possession of a class A drug, while Heselton was charged with being knowingly present where heroin was kept. Kasinskas was also charged on a warrant.
That afternoon, two Andover substance abuse detectives were patrolling the area when “they observed a car parked at the gas pumps with three individuals in it,” Andover Police Commander Charles Heseltine said. “They observed the three people in the car at the gas pumps, and nobody was pumping gas.”
As the detectives drove alongside the car, “the individuals seemed to be looking down at their laps, focused on something,” Heseltine said.
The detectives got out and approached the car, at which point they “observed a male with a hypodermic needle in his hand drawing a substance off a spoon using the hypodermic needle,” Heseltine said. “They also observed plastic baggies, pieces of cotton, cigarette filters throughout the vehicle,” things consistent with heroin use.
Heselton’s charge stems from the fact that he “didn’t have possession, but he knew what was going on,” Heseltine said.
The following incidents were recently reported in area police logs:
Tuesday and Wednesday: Nothing to report.
Arrest: Robert Morrissey, 27, of 225 Shannon Rd., Salem, N.H., warrant arrest, 100 Howe St., 6:32 p.m.
Arrest: Ryan Tetreault, 29, of 616 Sherwood Glenn, Somersworth, operating without a license, warrant arrest, 213 Rte 28, 7:46 p.m.
Arrest: Benjamin Letourneau, 33, of 98 Marblehead St., driving under the influence of liquor - second offense, Sutton and Thorndike streets, 6:22 p.m.
Citation issued for failure to wear seat belt: near 564 Chickering Road, 1:39 a.m.
Citation issued for illegal passing: near 800 Turnpike St., 9:25 a.m.
Citation issued for illegal passing: near 2150 Turnpike St., 10:12 a.m.
Citation issued for speeding: Great Pond Road and Osgood Street, 12:27 a.m.
Larceny: 373 Raleigh Tavern Lane, 12:17 p.m.
Car stolen, later recovered in Lawrence: Royal Crest Drive, 3:40 p.m.
Summons issued for unlicensed operation: Luis Orlando Guijarro-Huisha, 29, no address given, near 231 Sutton St., 9 p.m.
Citation issued for red light violation: Chickering Road and Massachusetts Avenue, 7:30 a.m.
Citation issued for speeding: near 1600 Osgood St., 8:20 a.m.
Accident with injury: near 315 Turnpike St., 8:55 a.m.
Citation issued for speeding: Bradford and Osgood streets, 11:07 a.m.
Citation issued for speeding: Osgood Street, 2:18 p.m.