A man was recently arrested by Tewksbury Police after he was suspected of robbing a store using a weapon, an article from Tewksbury Patch reported on September 10.
According to reports, Haverhill resident, 25-year-old Isaiah Dotson, was arrested on September 9 after he allegedly robbed a “GoWireless Store” while armed with a handgun. Police reportedly responded at 345 Main Street after being notified by an incident of an armed robbery. Dotson, who was accused of forcing a store employee to get access to the store’s safe storage, reportedly managed to get away with several items, including money. Police arrested Dotson after he was tracked using the GPS in the phones he stole. Authorities uncovered a loaded handgun at the time of his arrest. Dotson appeared in court on September 10.
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