I picked up a call from Georgetown, Mass regarding a woman driver speeding in her black Honda SUV. Being Georgtown, like Groveland, and Boxford, if a driver goes 2 mph over the speed limit, they're considered speeding... The call broke off to something a bit more interesting in Boston.
A minute or two later, the Georgetown cop cut in again saying woman was then reported driving erratically and had stopped in the middle of the road then sped off to Boxford at a fast rate. The dispatcher contacted Boxford, but it was too late and they couldn't catch her either.
Call went off and scanner picked up a bit of activity in Andover.... Some brats knocking chairs over at the Senior Center...
Boxford then cuts in with a call regarding a lady, complaining that her ex-husband won't come out of the house and talk with her, and that his new girl friend is there, and the kids won't get in her vehicle. The cops respond... She was upset and locked herself in her black Honda SUV and wouldn't get out. The license plate was the same as the one from the woman that was speeding and driving erratically from Georgetown.
The cops responded back on the radio that she was informed that this is a civil matter, and the two little boys opted to stay at dad's house overnight.