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Police: Suspect arrested

LEOMINSTER -- Police on Thursday arrested the final suspect in a Fourth Street drug bust last week, in which members of the North Worcester County Drug Task Force allegedly seized 180 grams of cocaine.
Donald F. Trombley Jr., 53, of 184 Fourth St., No. 2, was the subject of a search warrant that resulted in the arrests of three others in the apartment. He had left when police arrived, according to court documents.
Trombley was arrested on a warrant and charged with trafficking in cocaine, possession of a Class B drug with intent to distribute and conspiracy to violate drug law, according to court documents.
The street value of the drugs seized was $20,000, Detective Joseph L. Siciliano Jr. said. Trombley was ordered held on $15,000 bail during his arraignment in Leominster District Court on Friday, and he is due in court Oct. 16 for a pretrial hearing.

Police: Woman hit by car
FITCHBURG -- A 21-year- old Chelmsford woman struck a Fitchburg woman with her pickup who attempted to walk in a pedestrian cross walk at the corner of Main and North Streets at about 10 p.m. Thursday night, police records show.
Fitchburg Cpt. Philip Kearns said Krystine Kugler hit Samantha Muewell with a red Toyota Tacoma.
Kearns said Kugler complained of arm pains and first responders transported her to the hospital.
Police cited Kugler with a ticket for failing to yield to a pedestrian in a crosswalk. Police: Woman says she's her sister

FITCHBURG -- A Fitchburg woman gave police false identity information when she was pulled over for allegedly speeding on Thursday, Cpt. Philip Kearns said
Police subsequently arrested her for driving with a suspended license and driving in an uninsured vehicle, police records show.
Officer Doug Darton pulled over Iris Calvo, 32, of 222 Laurel St., Fitchburg on Wallace Avenue at 12:04 p.m. on Thursday. Calvo said she didn't have her license and gave Darton her sister's name as identification, Kearns said.
Kearns said Darton used a laptop computer in his police cruiser to look up the name Calvo had given. A photo of the name given did not match Calvo's appearance. Calvo later admitted she gave Darton a false identification, Kearns said.
Upon learning who Calvo actually was, Darton discovered that she had a suspended license and that her car was uninsured. Police charged Calvo with giving false identification, driving in an uninsured vehicle and with a suspended license, Kearns said.
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