WILMINGTON, MA — 75 incidents were entered into the Wilmington Police Log last Thursday, May 21.
Here are TWELVE highlights:
- A minor motor vehicle crash occurred on Lowell Street involving a 2009 Honda CRV and a black 2012 Honda CRV. No injuries reported. (7:07am)
- A caller reported a white man carrying a backpack got out of the passenger side of a black 2012 Nissan Altima stopped at a red light and began yelling at the driver. It was a boyfriend-girlfriend dispute. Police investigated and arrested Michael Desousa (38, Chelmsford) on outstanding warrants. (8:20am)
- A black lab with brown collar called “Tukka” got loose on Naples Road, but was quickly reunited with owner. (8:39am)
- Reported that a piece of guard rail on Richmond Street, coming towards Main Street, just before the bridge, is jagged and could cut a pedestrian. DPW notified Mass Highway. (9:55am)
- An employee at As Good As It Gets on Lowell Street reported that a black man walked into the building, then into the kitchen. He was escorted out of the building and is now “milling” about. Police was unable to locate the man. (11:19am)
- Silas Williams (27, Wilmington) arrested on outstanding warrants. He was out ridiing his bicycle on Lowell Street when the police spotted him. (11:54am)
- A walk-in party reported that the tires on numerous vehicles were slashed while parked in a lot on Middlesex Avenue. (12:39pm)
- A Middlesex Avenue resident reported a scam telephone call requesting information about her computer. She advised them she did not own a computer and did not provide any information. She wanted the incident logged. (6:10pm)
- Amanda Leibig (26, Woburn) was issued a summons for operating a motor vehicle without a license and texting while operating a motor vehicle. (6:23pm)
- Mark Gamerdinger (34, Melrose) was issued a summons for operating a motor vehicle without a license and operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration. (6:38pm)
- A resident on Main Street complained about noise from the the vacuuming of the MBTA parking lot. Contractors for MBTA told police it was the only time they could clean catch basins and would be done in an hour. (7:47pm)
- A Shawsheen Avenue resident reported he received a call from Publishers Clearing House stating he won a large amount of money. He found it suspicious and wanted the incident logged. (10:44pm)
DISCLAIMER: This information is public information. An arrest does not constitute a conviction. Any arrested person is innocent until proven guilty.