POLICE LOG from November 7: Stolen Truck, Graffiti On Bridge, Private Investigator Goes Too Far?

WILMINGTON, MA  — 62 incidents were entered into the Wilmington Police Log on Saturday, November 7, 2015.  Here are ELEVEN highlights:

  • A Mill Road caller reported a black sedan, with a female driver, driving back and forth in front of her residence, intermittently over the last four hours, taking pictures and driving away when the resident walks outside. Police spoke with resident, who believed it may be a private investigator. Police advised resident to call police if career is seen again. (1:41am) Later, resident called back. A man was walking through her backyard. Police sent the man on his way and advised the resident of her legal options. (3:36am)
  • Police received a report that a white 2007 Ford F350 was stolen from an Andover Street business, sometime after 5:00pm yesterday. Vehicle had a large amount of tools in it. (6:58am)
  • Caller stated 2 locks were cut on two box trucks overnight parked on Fordham Road, but doesn’t appear that anything was missing. (8:29am)
  • A tan 2014 Kia 4D and a white 2005 Chevy Silverado were involved in a crash on the 93 North Exit 39 ramp. Drivers refused medical attention. (9:08am)
  • A caller stated a woman was in an Evergreen Drive parking lot yelling profanities and making threats. Police restored the peace. (9:11am)
  • A caller reported an Evans Drive resident was blowing leaves into the roadway. Police restored the peace. (12:30pm)
  • Billerica Animal Control Officer, temporarily serving Wilmington, delivered a quarantine order for a cat on Somerset Place. (12:31pm)
  • Police received report of fresh graffiti on the West Street bridge. (1:37pm)
  • A white 2008 Honda Pilot and a gray 2015 Lexus NX were involved in a car crash at Main Street and Eames Street. No injuries reported. (4:04pm)
  • Police assisted Fire Department with possible tree fire in front of Golden Ginger. (8:53pm)
  • Milestone Group Home on High Street reported a missing juvenile. (11:26pm)

(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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