Tewksbury Man Arrested on Warrant in Sudbury
The following arrest information was supplied by the Sudbury Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.
Going on information supplied by the Tewksbury Police Department, the Sudbury Police Department arrested a Tewksbury man late Wednesday night on a warrant.
According to Sudbury Police Lt. Scott Nix, the Tewksbury PD said Robert Gorski, 20, of 140 Vernon St., was believed to be staying at his girlfriend's home on Boston Post Road.
Nix said a detective, who was stationed outside the residence to survey the area, witnessed Gorski enter an apartment and called for backup.
Once backup arrived, Gorski was taken into custody without incident, at about 10:34 p.m., Nix said.
Tewksbury officers picked up Gorski at 12:43 a.m., Thursday, to face the following charges:
- Breaking and entering of a building in the night time for a felony
- Receiving stolen property
- Destruction of property
Also Wednesday, Sudbury police were called to Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School after it was reported that a staff member's car was keyed.
According to Nix, the vandalism happened on Jan. 17. Nix also said the keying happened on the passenger side.
This is the second time this staff member's car has been keyed while parked at Lincoln-Sudbury, Nix said.