Armed Robbery 6-30-12

Published on Tuesday, 7/3/2012 11:36 am | by Police Department | Automatically Archived on 7/10/2012

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On Saturday, June 30, 2012, the Sudbury Police Department received a report of a gun being brandished at a Bent Road residence.  Officers responded to the residence verifying the wellbeing of all occupants while initiating an investigation into the circumstances requiring our presence. 

During the ensuing investigation Detectives determined two male victims arrived at the residence with the intent to conduct a narcotics transaction with those present.  Proceeding to the rear of the residence they were greeted by several subjects.  The contraband was conveyed to the recipients but instead of receiving payment a handgun was pulled with the two victims ordered to have a seat while being threatened with the handgun.  One of the victims complied and the other fled to his vehicle.  He was chased as he was running to his vehicle with one of the pursuers smashing a vehicle window as he drove from the area.  The remaining victim was eventually able to flee the area as well.

Fortunately no one was hurt during the incident but as a result of the investigation to this point the following arrests have been made:

Zachary Gross (17)

88 Pine Point Road 

Stow, MA 

Assault with a dangerous weapon (handgun)

Armed Robbery

Kidnapping

Conspiracy

Lucas Estabrook (17)

338 Great Road  

Stow, MA    

  Armed Robbery

  Wanton destruction of property

  Conspiracy

John Weiss (17) 

7 Lafayette Drive  

Sudbury, MA 

 Armed Robbery

B&E motor vehicle for misdemeanor

  Larceny under $250

  Conspiracy

16 year old female  Sudbury, MA   

  Armed Robbery

 Conspiracy

  Misleading an investigator

16 year old male   Sudbury, MA   

Conspiracy

Accessory after the fact

Misleading an investigator

 

One subject remains outstanding and the investigation continues while assessing whether further charges are warranted.  The firearm used remains outstanding.

 

 

Respectfully,

Sudbury Police Department

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