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Police: Teen allegedly steals gas can from garage

LEOMINSTER -- Police allege a city teen broke into the garage at a Birchcroft Road house Thursday afternoon and stole a gas can, according to court documents.
The home's resident reported seeing a man later allegedly identified as William F. Haley, 19, of 556 Central St., No. 179, running from his open garage door holding a gas can and what appeared to be something under his sweatshirt, according to a report from Officer Michael Salovardos.
The resident chased the suspect around his yard into the street, where he saw him get into a car being driven by another person and recorded the license plate, Salovardos reported. The car was reported stolen from Dudley on Oct. 22, he wrote.
Officers later found the car on Terrace Drive, parked next to a truck owned by Haley's father, and between the two were bank documents belonging to Haley, Salovardos wrote.
Officers located Haley at his house, and the Birchcroft Road resident identified him in a photo array as the suspect, Salovardos wrote.
Police arrested Haley, who denied involvement in the break-in.
Haley was arraigned Friday in Leominster District Court on charges of breaking and entering during the day to commit a felony and larceny under $250.
Judge John J. Curran Jr. ordered him held on $5,000, citing his previous criminal record, and he is due in court Nov. 20 for a pretrial hearing. Police: Drunken driver allegedly has three times legal limit

LEOMINSTER -- Police allege an Acton man had a blood-alcohol level of more than three times the legal limit when other drivers reported him erratically swerving on Route 117 Thursday evening.
Ricky A. Harris, 57, of 5B Iris Court in Acton, faces his third drunken-driving charge stemming from the arrest.
Lt. Scott Bernier wrote in a report that Harris was spotted allegedly driving about 10 miles per hour and drifting into oncoming traffic before stopping near Wal-Mart, where witnesses reported him bumping his car into several other parked vehicles.Harris reportedly has two operating under the influence of liquor convictions on his criminal record.
He appeared in Leominster District Court Friday, where he was arraigned on charges of OUI liquor -- third offense and a marked lanes violation. Judge John J. Curran Jr. set bail at $2,500, which Harris paid. He is due in court Nov. 20 for a pretrial hearing.
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