Westborough – Police Chief Alan Gordon released this statement earlier today:
On 7/16/16, at approximately 4:00 PM, the Westborough Police Dept. received a call regarding a motor vehicle crash with injuries on Rte. 9 east just prior to Rte. 30. The arriving units observed a 2011 Toyota in the roadway with a utility pole blocking the travel and breakdown lanes. The Officers observed a female lying just off the roadway with minor non life threatening injuries. She was identified as Julissa Adamuska, age 23 of 51 Hopkinton Rd. Westborough. She was treated by Paramedics from the Westborough Fire Dept. and transported to U. Mass Medical.
Officers observed a male subject walking around near the crash which had downed electric wires around it. He was ordered to remain away from the vehicle but would not comply with the commands of the Officers. He was taken into custody for disorderly person. While being handcuffed the Officers discovered that he had brass knuckles in the palm of his hand. He was handcuffed in the rear and placed in a cruiser. When Officer Cliff Luce went to check on him shortly after he found that the suspect had slipped the handcuffs to the front and was holding a switchblade knife in his hand. The knife had been hidden in his waistband. He was disarmed by Officer Luce and re handcuffed. He was identified as Jamie J. Goodall, age 33 of 51 Hopkinton Rd. Westborough. He was also charged with possessing a third dangerous weapon, a palm knife which was located on the ground where he was taken into custody. He was booked at the Westborough Police Dept. and bailed for his appearance at WDC Monday morning.
A female, identified as Shannon St Laurent, age 32 of 353 School St. Webster was identified as the operator of the vehicle. She was placed under arrest for DUI alcohol, operating after suspension of her license, operating so as to endanger, possession of a class E controlled substance and for a default warrant from Dudley District Court for a probation violation. She is being held for her appearance in WDC Monday morning.
The accident was investigated by Off. Gregory McRae.