Steven M. Sargent, Chief
On January 20th 2020, Worcester Police officers went to a Country Club Blvd address and placed Elanna Williams, twenty-five-years-old, under arrest for an existing warrant and new charges related to the robbery at Christopher House nursing home. She is charged with Unarmed Robbery, Vandalism of a Building, Assault and Battery on a Person who is 60 or Older, Assault and Battery, and Trespass. She will be arraigned in Worcester District Court.
Posted: Monday 01/20/20
On January 14th, 2020 at about 9:15 PM, Worcester Police were dispatched to the area of 167 Chandler St for a report of a pedestrian accident. Upon arrival, officers and paramedics located an unconscious female in the roadway. She was aided medically and transported to the hospital, where she is in serious condition.
Posted: Wednesday 01/15/20
On January 14th at about 7:20 PM, the Worcester Police Vice Squad was conducting surveillance in the area of Chandler St. An officer developed probable cause that a male, later identified as Kendal Smith, thirty-nine-years-old of Worcester, had been selling crack cocaine in the area. Officers observed Mr. Smith approach a vehicle in the parking lot of 205 Chandler St, reach into the vehicle, and make a hand-to-hand transaction. Officers moved in and recovered a bag of what appeared to be crack cocaine from the buyer.
Posted: Tuesday 01/14/20
When: Monday 01/27/20 6:30 PM
Where: Saint Bernard's Church, 228 Lincoln Street
When: Monday 01/27/20 6:30 PM
Where: Police Headquarters, 9-11 Lincoln Square
When: Tuesday 01/28/20 1:00 PM
Where: Greenwood Gardens (WHA), 327 Greenwood Street
When: Wednesday 02/05/20 10:00 AM
Where: Seabury Heights Apartments, 240 Belmont Street
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