WILMINGTON, MA — 50 incidents were entered into the Wilmington Police Log last Tuesday, May 19.
Here are NINE highlights:
- A hit & run occurred at the intersection of West Street and Kilmarnock Street between a town DPW truck and a black 2001 GMC Sierra. The Sierra drifted over the double yellow line and made mirror-to-mirror contact. (8:28am)
- A 2-car motor vehicle crash occurred at the intersection of Main Street and Kirk Street involving a black 2001 Chevy Impala and brown 2012 Ford Escape. No injuries reported. (9:03am)
- A tire was reported in the middle of the road on Route 38 (Main Street) in the area of Market Basket. The Fire Department moved the tire to the side of the road and Mass Highway was notified for retrieval. (10:45am)
- A school psychologist requested a transport for a psychological evaluation for a high school student. Student fled from bench on Town Common upon arrival of police and was unable to locate. (12:05pm)
- A minor motor vehicle crash occurred on Lowell Street involving a red 2008 Honda Civic and a tan 2005 Nissan Altima. No injuries reported. (1:46pm)
- A minor motor vehicle crash occurred on Main Street and Eames Street involving a black 2012 Ford F250 and a black 2005 Chevy Impala. No injuries reported. (2:06pm)
- A driver for K&A Express on Industrial Way reported he found nails in his tires yesterday around 8:30am. He believes it was malicious and wanted the incident logged. He also requested extra patrols in the area. (3:48pm)
- Ryan Vibber (22, Tewksbury) and Sean Connolly (21, Tewksbury) were issued summons for trespassing on railroad property. A caller reported they were putting plywood on the tracks. Police took the wood off the tracks. Police also confiscated a small amount of a Class D substance. (6:32pm)
- Police assisted with traffic from the Wilmington Public Schools Band Concert ending at the Shriners Auditorium. Concord Street was closed for paving. (8:56pm)
DISCLAIMER: This information is public information. An arrest does not constitute a conviction. Any arrested person is innocent until proven guilty.