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Acton Teenager Faces Felony Charge

The following arrest information was supplied by the Acton Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

An Acton teenager was arrested by the Acton Police Department early in the morning of Oct. 21.

Officers were dispatched to Revolutionary Road at about 1:01 a.m. for a report of a male subject going through the glove box.

The reporting party said the male got into a SUV and left the area.

Officers found the SUV and after an investigation arrested Kyle J. Foote, 17, of 2 Vanderbelt Road.

Foote is charged with breaking and entering of a motor vehicle during the nighttime for a felony.

The arresting officer was Scott Krug.

In other police news from Oct. 21:

  • Officers responded to High Street for an accident involving a car hitting a utility pole. There were no injuries, but NSTAR was notified of the pole splitting. The car was towed.
  • A Stoneymeade Way resident said she came home to find someone in her house.
  • Cars were reported illegally parked on Charter Road at the tennis courts. The cars were causing a problem and were towed.
  • Officers were dispatched to Pope Road for a report injuries from a riding incident. One person was transported to Emerson Hospital.
  • A person turned in a set of keys found in the parking lot of CVS on Great Road. The keys are described as a set of five with two blue bottle openers, one that reads "Avalon Condos" on it.
John Johnson October 27, 2012 at 04:52 PM
why do you keep posting this when the victim is only 17. My personal opinion is that young kids in the high school should not have their mistakes posted so the whole town can gossip about it. This happened a week ago, why would you repost this? your lives must be boring and pathetic if you have nothing better to do then write about young kids who make mistakes. Back in my day, if something like this happened, it would be between the police and the family, not the entire town. You should reconsider what you post on these websites. Makes me lose respect for the acton patch and the beacon
John October 28, 2012 at 02:24 AM
umm how about you take down the main link for the bowlardrome in your news feed too. this website is pathetic and degrading and only posts bullcrap gossip and never updates their accusations..that bowlerdrome case was over 6 months ago and there have been NUMEROUS court appearences and updates that have proven the defendants innocent but yet you dont post that...why is it still a main link??your trying to humiliate ppl of your own town who grew up and lived here and played AB football, hockey, lacrosse, Catz, basketball and every other related activity....not to mention the VICTIM in the case has been arrested twice since the stabbing for A&B on his gf who is 19 yrs younger than him....hmmmmmmm
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