WILMINGTON, MA — 43 incidents were entered into the Wilmington Police Log on Sunday, August 16. Here are NINE highlights:
- State Police reported a rollover accident in the median on 93 South, south of Concord Street. State Police handled the scene. (1:02am)
- A caller reported the drive-up ATM at Citizens Bank on Main Street appeared to have been tampered with. Caller could see inside the door that dispenses the money, and money was visible. Police responded and believed it to be a mechanical issue that needed to be addresses. Police contacted the Bank/ATM Emergency Hotline. They were already aware the situation and a technician was on his way. $200 was recovered by the police that was jammed in the machine and brought to the station for safe keeping. (9:00am)
- A Lexington Street resident reported an online scam. (11:43am)
- Jonathan Cameron (23, Tewksbury) was arrested on a probation warrant. (5:24pm)
- A red 2008 Dodge Ram rolled over in front of Red Heat Tavern on Lowell Street. Mass Highway was notified. The guardrail across from the restaurant was destroyed. There was also damage to the speed limit sign. (5:56pm) Wilmington Police & Fire both tweeted photos of the accident. The driver, miraculously, was not injured.
- The owner of Elia’s Country Store on Middlesex Avenue reported a hit & run in his parking lot, noting damage to his vehicle when he arrived home (white paint transfer). He wanted the incident logged and was advised to come into the station for fill out an accident report. (6:12pm)
- A Mill Road resident reported their house was egged. Resident requested extra patrols as the eggings have been happening frequently. Police checked the area and the culprits were already gone. (8:51pm)
- Ronald Bowen (30, Medford) was issued a summons for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration. (9:01pm)
- Police responded to a burglary alarm at Sunrise Market on Main Street. The store was clear. Police did notice some wires were cut on the telephone pole next to Brothers Pizza. Police were unsure if the damage was old or new. (11:33pm)
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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