Sudbury Police Arrest Franklin Woman on Default Warrants
The following arrest information was supplied by the Sudbury Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.
A Sudbury Police officer on patrol Monday night at an apartment complex arrested a Franklin woman who had two default arrest warrants.
According to Lt. Scott Nix, the officer noticed a car in the middle of the driveway at the complex. When the officer ran the car's plate, he found the operator had arrest warrants from Framingham and Natick.
As the officer turned around, the operator of the car left and drove off on Boston Post Road. The officer was able to stop the car a short time later.
Kristi Bogins, 20, of 181 Lincoln St., faces charges of larceny over $250 from the Framingham warrant, and receiving stolen property over $250 from the Natick warrant.
Nix said the operator did not knowingly run from the officer and did not receive additional charges.
Bogins was held overnight and transported to Framingham District Court Tuesday morning for her arraignment.
In other police news from Monday:
- An officer on patrol at Loring Elementary School noticed a car parked in the rear of the school. It appeared the operator and his girlfriend were "hanging out." They were advised to leave.
- A one-car accident on Pratt's Mill Road sent one person to Emerson Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. The operator of the car struck a telephone pole. NSTAR was called to assess the damage to the pole.
- A two-car, head-on accident sent one driver to Emerson Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. One of the cars also struck a utility pole. NSTAR was called to assess the damage of the pole. Both cars were towed.
- A Puffer Lane resident called Sudbury police after seeing a suspicious car and person, either white or Hispanic, walking around his neighbor's house. The person was gone when officers arrived and the resident was unable to get information off the car's plate.