WILMINGTON, MA — 73 incidents were entered into the Wilmington Police Log on Wednesday, August 12. Here are TWELVE highlights:
- Elizabeth Toglia (44, Wilmington) was taken into protective custody and issued a summons for evading a taxi fare. A cab driver reported that Toglia refused to pay her fare. (12:03am)
- Alexander Sacco (26, Wilmington) was arrested on a warrant for failure to pay fines related to having a minor in a possession of alcohol and for an open container. Sacco was initially pulled over on Main Street for no inspection sticker. (1:29am)
- A Mystic Avenue caller reported someone rang her doorbell numerous times last night. She believed it was kids. Police advised her to call while its happening in the future. (9:48am)
- A police investigation led to the recovery of 2 rings and a gold chain from Flaherty Jeweler on Main Street. Police also confiscated six pawn records. (1:51pm)
- Police were notified of a black 2008 Cadillac Escalade had been parked on the site of the roadway on Jonspin Road for several days. Police was unable to locate the car’s owner. His number was out of service. (2:55pm)
- A caller reported his daughter was walking home from Cumberland Farms and was struck by a vehicle at Main Street and Richmond Street. The car, described as a smaller 4-door gray sedan with Connecticut plates, didn’t match the license plate reported. The female declined medical attention. (3:24pm)
- Police were notified that people were swimming at Baby Beach. Police found 2 people in the water. They claimed the did not see the signs. They were sent on their way. (3:31pm)
- 2 vehicles were given parking citations for parking in the fire lane at Woodbriar Nursing Home on West Street. (4:22pm, 4:24pm)
- A Morse Avenue resident reported this morning she was leaving for work and had an issue with a neighbor, who was walking her dog in the roadway. When the caller beeped, the woman yelled profanities at her and told her she was “going to throw a rock through her windshield if it happen again.” The caller wanted the incident logged. (5:17pm)
- 2 World Travel Holdings employees, who reside out-of-state, embezzled company funds ($19,375) with travel vouchers. (6:11pm)
- Salem New Hampshire police were looking for a teen who took off from her group while visiting Canobie Lake Party. Salem Police asked Wilmington to contact a family residing at Oakridge Circle for information about the girl. The family did not know the girl. (7:10pm)
- A Blackstone Street caller reported her mother received a phone call from someone claiming to be her grandson, but it was not him. She wanted the incident logged, and will call back if they are able to obtain more information. (9:39pm)
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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