WILMINGTON, MA — 56 incidents were entered into the Wilmington Police Log on Friday, August 14. Here are EIGHT highlights:
- James H. Clancy (24, Wilmington) was served a warrant of apprehension. (10:11am)
- Charlie’s Autobody on Main Street reported a gray 2006 Buick Lacrosse has been in its lot for over a year. It was involved in a car crash last year and has never been picked up. Police left a message with the car owner. (10:47am)
- Speedway manager reported a customer put money into the wrong pump. A different customer then pulled in afterwards, and used the pump that the previous customer accidentally paid for. Wilmington Police passed on to Tewksbury Police to contact the car’s owner. Owner received $17.59 of “free” gas. (11:08am)
- A McGrane Road resident reported an attempted identity theft. (2:07pm)
- A Chestnut Street caller reported an IRS scam call. (2:33pm)
- A customer created a disturbance and refused to leave the Comcast store on Lowell Street after an argument over service. Police was able to restore the peace. (4:54pm)
- A black 1998 Camry clipped a pole in the area of Glen Road and King Street. RMLD notified. Operator checked OK and stated he was tired and that the vehicle drifted. (6:02pm)
- An iPhone was stolen at the Franklin Park Zoo on Thursday. The iPhone pinged at a home on Verndon Road an hour ago. The iPhone was now pinging in Londonderry, New Hampshire. Police investigated and the person they spoke with in Wilmington was not involved. (7:25pm)
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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