POLICE LOG for June 10: Unlicensed 19 Year-Old Involved In Crash; Car Break-In; Mailbox Struck

WILMINGTON, MA — 56 incidents were entered into the Wilmington Police Log on Wednesday, June 10. Here are NINE highlights:

  • A Railroad Avenue resident reported her vehicle was broken into sometime Tuesday night. (6:55am)
  • A large pothole was reported on Ballardvale Street, after Research Drive, heading southbound.  Police notified DPW. (8:33am)
  • A caller reported a Reading Municipal Light truck knocked over a light pole at Main Street and Clark Street. (8:53am)
  • A Shawsheen Avenue caller reported his mailbox was struck overnight, causing damage to brickwork.  A Buick hubcap was left behind.  Police eventually located the involved vehicle and driver.  The caller decided not to press charges. (9:40am)
  • A minor motor vehicle crash occurred between a brown 2008 Kia Sorento and a gray 2002 Toyota Corolla in the area of Jiffy Lube on Main Street. No injuries reported. (12:18pm)
  • Police issued summons to Anthony Deniso (19, Lowell) for the unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.  Deniso was involved in a minor car accident in the area of Heavenly Donuts on Main Street. (1:18pm)
  • Woodbriar Nursing Home Executive Director filed a report that a family member of a resident had a ring stolen. (3:12pm)
  • A Commonwealth Avenue resident reported a credit card fraud. (7:02pm)
  • A Grace Avenue resident reported an identity fraud. (9:02pm)

DISCLAIMER: This information is public information.  An arrest does not constitute a conviction.  Any arrested person is innocent until proven guilty.

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