Police Log: Police Arrest Alleged Stalker Featured on Mass Most Wanted

Wakefield Police arrested a Middleton man who has allegedly been stalking a female Wakefield resident for months.

Police Log for Wednesday, June 13, 2012: The following information was supplied by the Wakefield Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

Featured item: Wakefield Police arrested a Middleton man in Lynn who was wanted on nine outstanding charges related to an alleged stalking of a female victim.

Police arrested Daniel LeBoeuf, 31, of Middleton, MA, on nine charges for restraining order violations, stalking, assault and battery, and identity fraud in Wakefield, Danvers, and Boxford. He had been featured on Mass Most Wanted for several weeks. 

Police said LeBoeuf has been leaving voicemails, showing up at the victim's residence, and using her credit card information to track her whereabouts. 

"Wakefield Police Detectives have been looking for him for weeks," said Lieutenant Craig Calabrese of the Wakefield Police Department. "Were able to find him yesterday with the assitance of the Middlesex Sheriff's office and the Lynn Police Department."

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Other incidents:  

10:21 - An Elm Square resident reported a larceny, however, police had no further information on the incident at this time. 

11:57 a.m. - A resident of Chestnut Street reported that someone used his credit card fraudulently. The victim said someone charged $80 onto his credit card in Brooklyn, New York. The man said he still had his card in his possession. Police are investigating. 

3:31 p.m. - A resident reported that someone hit her car while in the parking lot of the Dolbeare Elementary School and left the scene. However, police had no further information on this incident at this time. 

9:17 p.m. - A resident of Greenwood Avenue reported hearing fireworks. However, police were not able to determine where the loud noises were coming from. 

10:54 p.m. - Police responded to the Winn Street bridge for a group of kids allegedly making a disturbance there. The group was asked to leave the area. 

Thursday, June 14:
1:05 a.m. - Police noticed a vehicle parked on North Avenue that had expired plates due to insurance cancellation. The plates were seized and retured to the registry.  

2:32 a.m. - Police responded to Richardson Street for a domestic disturbance. Police determined there had been a verbal argument between a boyfriend and girlfriend and the female was given a courtesy transport to the police station to wait for a ride home. 


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