On October 27, 2012, members of the
Tewksbury Police Department affected the arrest of William A Medugno, 23, of 18
Pringle St, Tewksbury, Ma, following an investigation into several area house
breaks in the Pringle St. area of Tewksbury.
During the course of this investigation,
Tewksbury Police Detectives were able to develop leads which led them to identifying
Mr. Medugno as a possible suspect in the house breaks. This information led
Detectives to Mr. Medugno’s residence at 18 Pringle St. whereupon they
attempted to make contact with him. Mr. Medugno was observed fleeing the
residence out a rear door. He was subsequently placed into custody on several
outstanding warrants. Once back at Police Headquarters, Mr. Medugno confessed
to house breaks at 20 Pace Rd, 54 Pringle St, 90 Barbara D. Lane, and 60
Pringle St. The property stolen from the four residences is believed to have a
value in excess of $13,000.
Several pieces of stolen property were recovered
from Mr. Medugno’s residence, including an Xbox with games, coins and two
dollar bills, a black duffle bag, and jewelry. These items were positively
identified as property stolen from the house breaks in question.
Mr. Medugno is charged with the following
B&E Daytime for a Felony (4 counts) Chapter 266 Section 18
Larceny over $250(4 counts) Chapter 266 Section 30
Warrants (4 outstanding)
We encourage all residents to remain
vigilant and to report any suspicious activity to the Police Department. With an increase in house breaks and motor
vehicle breaks we ask that residents take precautions and ensure that their homes
and vehicles are secured.
If you wish to remain anonymous please
call the Tip Line @ 978-851-0175 or send an email to [email protected]