WILMINGTON, MA — 42 incidents were entered into the Wilmington Police Log last Saturday, April 11.
Here are seven highlights:
- False alarms at Curtis Pharma on Woburn Street (8:48am); residency on Castle Drive (10:11am), Hub International on Ballardvale Street (10:39am), and residency on Marcus Road (10:57am).
- An employee of an Andover Street business flagged down a police officer to notify him that there’s been a truck with a New Hampshire license parked in their lot for months. Wilmington Police Department contacts the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Department, who attempts to contact the vehicle’s owner. (9:51am)
- A caller reports a man – wearing orange hat, tan coat and jeans – is leaning over the bridge above the tracks on Richmond Avenue. The commuter rail (Massachusetts Bay Commuter Railroad Company) is contacted. The Fire Department is requested. The WFD is able to transport the man to Winchester Hospital. (10:49am)
- A caller requests a well-being check on her aunt living on South Street. Caller has been attempting to make contact for more than a week. Police visits residency and aunt checks out OK. Police notifies caller. (11:43am)
- A caller reports wires down on the roadway in vicinity of 202 Taft Road. Police confirms situation and contacts Verizon. (2:12pm)
- At Route 62 and Earles Row, police issue a written warning for a defective tail light and soliciting tree work. Police then arrest Christopher Evans (33, Lyman, Maine) on two outstanding warrants relative to larceny. (2:54pm)
- A resident on Andover Street complains of an annoying phone call from someone claiming to be from the IRS. (8:41pm)
DISCLAIMER: This information is public information. An arrest does not constitute a conviction. Any arrested person is innocent until proven guilty.