POLICE LOG for August 21: False Alarm At Bruins Locker Room; 2 Arrests; Mom Lays Down The Law

WILMINGTON, MA — 66 incidents were entered into the Wilmington Police Log on Friday, August 21.  Here are TEN highlights:

  • A Fairmeadow Road caller requested her daughter’s boyfriend be removed from the house. He’s not being a problem, but she doesn’t want him sleeping there. Boyfriend left without issue. (3:08am)
  • A red plastic carrying case containing flutes was found in the roadway at Burt Road and Cedar Street. (7:03am)
  • The burglar alarm to the main entry door to the Bruins locker room at Ristuccia Arena was set off accidentally by an employee. (9:58am)
  • Charles Caissie III (30, Woburn) was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, failure to stop/yield, and other warrants. Amanda Kadlec (35, Woburn) was issued a summons for possession of a Class E drug. (11:03am)
  • Post Office requested a well-being check for a Fiorenza Drive resident, who hasn’t brought in their mail this week. Fire Department gained entrance, found no one home, re-secured the home, and left a note for the homeowner. (12:30pm)
  • A Horseshoe Lane resident reported receiving 3-5 annoying phone calls each month — for the past 6 months — from someone swearing and complaining about a computer.  Caller is not clear what the man is talking about. He wanted the incident logged. (3:24pm)
  • Nicole Purcell (43, Salem) was arrested for giving a false name to police; no inspection sticker; and operating a motor vehicle license with a suspended license, plus additional outstanding warrants. (6:52pm)
  • A rollover was reported between exits 41 and 42 on I93 North. State Police to handle. (7:45pm)
  • A Quincy Street caller reported her storm door was just shattered by something, possibly a rock. (10:24pm)
  • A resident reported a loud party at an Ohio Street home. At first, police were unable to get anyone to come to the door. Police got in tough with the homeowner, who was not at home at the time.  Police were able to speak with someone who eventually came outside and advised him to end the party. (11:24pm)

(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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