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2 Recent OUI Arrests in Concord

The following information comes from the Concord Police Department. When arrests are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

Notable Incidents in Concord from Monday, June 9, to Wednesday, June 11

Wednesday, June 11

9:34 p.m., A driver reported that he struck a deer on Route 2 West.

3:32 p.m., A landlord of a Cambridge Turnpike residence called police after he discovered that his past tenants left behind two cats. The tenants had moved out five weeks prior, he said.

2:55 p.m., A Minute Man Arc manager called police after a terminated employee refused to leave the premises on Baker Avenue. Police advised the employee to leave and not return.

8:02 a.m., Michael J. Langlois, 34, of Coburn Street, Lowell, was arrested on Seymour Street and charged with misdemeanor breaking and entering and trespassing. A neighbor checking on a Seymour Street residence while the homeowner was away found Langlois in the home’s basement, police said.

3:28 a.m., Connor B. Deignan, 22, of Forest Park Drive, Carlisle, was pulled over on Lowell Road, arrested and charged with operating under the influence and a marked lanes violation.

Tuesday, June 10

3:10 p.m., Karina D. Indorato, 24, Laurel Drive, Hudson, was pulled over on Route 2 West, arrested and charged with operation of a motor vehicle with license suspended, having an unregistered motor vehicle and having an uninsured motor vehicle.

2:32 p.m., An Adin Drive resident reported that someone stole her purse out of her unlocked car sometime overnight.

1:23 p.m., A Hayward Mill Road resident reported that someone stole his license plate.

9:14 a.m., A caller reported that a turtle was in the middle of Laws Brook Road.

8:30 a.m., Southfield Road residents reported that someone broke into their car overnight.

8:23 a.m., Southfield Road residents reported that someone broke into their car overnight.

8:04 a.m., Police responded to Main Street at Wood Street for a report of a truck stuck under a bridge. The truck was too tall from the bridge, police said. However, crews were able to move the truck without any damage to the bridge.

7:29 a.m., A Riverdale Road resident reported that someone stole his wallet from his unlocked vehicle.

7:01 a.m., A Southfield Road resident reported that someone broke his car’s rear window overnight and stole a laptop from the vehicle.

Monday, June 9

11:31 p.m., Harry L. Jean-Jacques, 32, of Magnolia Street, Boston, was pulled over at the Concord Turnpike and Sudbury Road and charged with operating under the influence and a marked lanes violation. Jean-Jacques allegedly didn’t stop for a fire truck backing into the Concord Fire Department on Walden Street and almost struck a firefighter. His passenger, Francisco J. Andino, 31, of Oak Street, Waltham, was arrested on a warrant.

4:43 p.m., Douglas E. Tocio, 68, of Lexington Road, Concord, was arrested and charged with operation of a motor vehicle with license suspended for OUI and a marked lanes violation. Tocio was pulled over on Lexington Road.

4:17 p.m., The CVS on Sudbury Road reported that a male in his early 20s shoplifted prescription drugs and cologne and then fled on a bicycle.

10:15 a.m., A caller reported that there was a turtle in Old Marlboro Road causing a traffic issue.

9:54 a.m., An Edmonds Road resident reported that someone had stolen jewelry from her home.

8:24 a.m., Police responded to Thoreau Street for a report of a motor vehicle crash. A woman said she struck a parking meter after her brakes failed.

1:35 a.m., Police responded to Concord Middle School on Old Marlboro Road for a report of recent fireworks. Officers found a homemade rocket and a charred sweatshirt.

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