Billerica man arrested by firearm after Burger King – Lowell Sun parking lot incident

TEWKSBURY – A 49-year-old Billerica man was arrested after police said he brandished a gun at another man after an argument in a Burger King parking lot on Friday afternoon.

Tewksbury Police charged Michael Cetrone, 44 Whipple Road, Billerica, with assault with a dangerous weapon (firearm), according to a police press release issued on Sunday.

Police responded to an emergency call at Burger King, on 1965’s main street, around 4:45 p.m. Friday to obtain a report from a man who had threatened the caller with a firearm.

The victim told police that he had had an argument with another man, later identified as Cetrone, after Cetrone interrupted him in the parking lot. According to the statement, Cetrone showed the victim his firearm and said: “I have a license. I can do whatever I want in my car. ”

The victim provided the police with the car’s registration number. As a result, officers and detectives were able to quickly locate Cetrone and take him into custody. The firearm was also recovered by police, according to the statement.

Centrone is scheduled to be processed in court on Monday.

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