Sudbury Juvenile Arrested on Outstanding Warrants
The following arrest information was supplied by the Sudbury Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.
Thanks to a tip, a 16-year-old teenage boy who had outstanding warrants was arrested by the Sudbury Police Department Monday afternoon .
According to Lt. Scott Nix, the department received a call at 1:10 p.m. that a juvenile wanted on several outstanding warrants had entered an apartment on Boston Post Road.
"We responded to the area and made contact with the resident," Nix said. "He was uncooperative and indicated the subject was not there."
Officers remained on the scene while a search warrant was prepared. But the juvenile emerged from the apartment before the warrant was issued.
"He was taken into custody without incident," Nix said. "He was booked at our department and then taken to juvenile court in Framingham."
The outstanding warrants out for the juvenile were:
- Assault and battery with a dangerous weapon
- Receiving stolen property less than $250
- Possession of a class D drug with intent to distribute in a school zone (Lincoln-Sudbury).