POLICE LOG from September 17: WPD Arrest Man On 3rd OUI Offense; $1,700 In Counterfeit Bills Used

WILMINGTON, MA — 105 incidents were entered into the Wilmington Police Log on Thursday, September 17.  Here are TEN highlights:

  • The ‘no through street’ sign was noticed down on the ground on John Street. DPW contacted. (1:48am)
  • A minor car crash occurred involving a school bus on Church Street. No kids were on board at the time. North Reading Transportation (the busy company) called police to notify them that the bus and the vehicle involved went on their way and were satisfied with the situation. (7:58am)
  • A caller stated two dark skinned males, one with a pick and one with a shovel, were digging in the marshy area at Aldrich Road and Boutwell Street. Police spoke with the men and the situation checked out OK. The men were at their mother’s house on Aldrich Road measuring plot lines. (12:34pm)
  • Police gave a written warning for failure to stop for a school bus to a white 2009 Ford Econoline Wagon in front of the Cumberland Farms on Main Street. (1:58pm)
  • Loss prevention at Target reported that approximately one hour ago, a man used $1,700 in counterfeit bills. 2 black males left in a black jeep around 2:15pm after using the counterfeit bills. (3:12pm)
  • Caller reported a dog was left in a vehicle unattended for approximately 45 minutes in the Target parking lot. Vehicle had left the lot prior to the police arriving. (4:02pm)
  • Police pulled over a vehicle on Lee Street at Lowell Street for using a cell phone while operating a vehicle. Driver said they were using the cell phone to block out the sun and was not texting. (5:42pm)
  • Damage was done to a granite wall on Woburn Street between 5pm and 6:30pm. Homeowner notified DPW to remove the damaged granite. (6:42pm)
  • Michael F. O’Shea (42, Haverhill) was arrested on Lowell Street at Woburn Street for OUI Liquor (3rd Offense) and speeding. (9:38pm)
  • A caller reported that over an hour ago, he witness a man possibly stealing a bicycle from the Wilmington Center train station parking lot. He was unsure if the bicycle belonged to the man, but he seemed “suspicious” when removing it. Caller wanted the incident logged. (10:09pm)

(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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