Wilmington POLICE LOG (Week of December 25, 2016)

WILMINGTON, MA  — Here are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for the week of Sunday, December 25, 2016.

Sunday, December 25:

  • A caller in the hospital requested police make contact with a Wilmington residence and ask them to take care of her dog. Police passed the message along. (1:45am)
  • Police transported an elderly man to his son’s home after the man called from Sonny’s Mobil on the Run saying he was lost after walking for approximately 20 minutes. (3:56am)
  • Police responded to burglar alarm at the Wilmington High School gym. Building checked secure. A custodian was called to reset the alarm. (10:08am)
  • Fire Department responded to an oven fire on High Street. (5:16pm)
  • A Cottage Street caller reported parked cars were blocking the roadway. Police responded and advised one car to move. Otherwise, cars could pass through. Cars were parked on both sides of the street due to holiday parties in the area. (5:56pm)
  • Police notified the Animal Control Officer of a deceased fox on the side of the road on Andover Street. (10:58pm)

Monday, December 26:

  • A caller on Main Street reported he is following a car whose occupants were going through his son’s vehicle. Caller described the vehicle as a grayish green Brand Marquee with heavy front end damage. Wilmington Police contacted Woburn, Burlington and Billerica Police. Vehicle in question was not located. (1:23am)
  • Police notified the Water Department of a possible water main break on Lucaya Circle. (8:03am)
  • Fire Department responded to a smoking vehicle in a driveway on High Street. Vehicle was suffering from mechanical issues and no fire occurred. (10:22am)
  • A gray 2006 Ford Freestyle and a red 2013 Nissan Juke were involved in a minor crash on Middlesex Avenue. Damage was done to a mailbox. No injuries noted. (10:47am)
  • A Chestnut Street caller reported receiving 3 spoofing phone calls today. Caller was unable to understand the message and hung up each time. Caller wanted the incident logged. (3:18pm)
  • An off-duty police officer reported a white 2003 Toyota Corolla was driving in the wrong lane on Route 38 for approximately 1/4 mile. Wilmington Police notified Tewksbury Police. (9:02pm)

Tuesday, December 27:

  • A gray 2007 Chevy Silverado and a blue 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer were involved in a minor crash in the Sonny’s Mobil on the Run parking lot. (8:56am)
  • The silent hold-up alarm was mistakenly activated at Panera Bread. (10:22am)
  • A Woburn Street resident reported he lost a white gold ring with the word “Brighan” engraved on the inside. (1:18pm)
  • Heather K. Meybaum (42, Billerica) was issued a summons for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license and failure to wear a seat belt. Meybaum was stopped on Lowell Street. (1:27pm)
  • A caller reported she was robbed at gunpoint on Suncrest Avenue by a light-skinned black male about 6-feet tall with evident dry skin around his mouth. He was wearing a black hoodie, black/red beanie heat under the hoodie, black sweatpants, and black/grey Michael Jordan-style sneakers.  The caller reported the man stole her purse, a Macbook, and a pair of sneakers. K9 was able to track the man’s scent to Industrial Way. (2:34pm) UPDATE: The suspect was arrested later in the day in Malden.
  • A walk-in party reported her blue 2014 Chrysler Town and Country was struck while parked in the Market Basket plaza. (2:55pm)
  • A caller reported seeing a black man about 45 years-old with a 5 year-old female in the area of Wilmington house of Pizza. Party stated “he has a bad feeling but could not describe exactly why he feels that way.” Police responded and situation checked OK. (3:21pm)
  • Police restored the peace between two juveniles fighting outside of the Milestone Group Home on High Street. (6:54pm)
  • Danielle M. Wolk (32, Andover) was arrested for an OUI Liquor after being involved in a minor 2-car crash near Nichols Funeral Home on Middlesex Avenue. (8:19pm)
  • Robert S. Towle (55, Plymouth, NH) was arrested in a courtesy booking for the Lexington Police Department.  Lexington said Towle was involved in an assault in their town. (10:41pm)

Wednesday, December 28:

  • Police responded to 4 people fighting in front of the Milestone Group Home on High Street. Staff did not wish to press charges. (12:38am)
  • A Chestnut Street caller reported a broken window at her residence a hole in the wall. (5:11am)
  • A walk-in party reported damage to the lower passenger side of her windshield — a spider-web like shatter — on Chestnut Street. She does not know what caused the damage and did not see any unusual items near the vehicle. (7:55am)
  • Police assisted with a motor vehicle lockout with a child inside on Lloyd Road. (8:44am)
  • A Target employee reported there was a minor crash in the store’s parking lot and involved parties are arguing. Police responded and assisted with the paperwork exchange. (9:12am)
  • A Clyde Avenue caller reported a broken window. Police confirmed there was damage from a pellet gun to a second floor window. (9:52am)
  • A caller reported a white female in her 40’s, wearing a blue hat and a blue coat, walking past her Chestnut Street house, for three consecutive days. Police spoke with   the female, who is a resident walking to the train. Situation checked OK. (10:28am)
  • A Roosevelt Road caller reported a neighbor suffering from dementia walked into their home and physically assaulted her husband. (12:53pm)
  • A caller reported a neighbor’s dog has been tied to a tree in her yard and was leaving waste on her property. Animal Control Officer was notified and will handle. (4:26pm)
  • Police responded to reports of multiple juveniles having a party on Fay Street. Police responded. Partygoers were uncooperative. Everybody appeared over 18, some possibly over 21. Police were unable to reach the homeowner. Police advised the partygoers of the complaint. (11:11pm)

Thursday, December 29:

  • Animal Control Officer checked on a coyote in the area of Wonder Years on Lowell Street. Officer observed the coyote on the Textron property, where it took off into the wetlands. (9:10am)
  • Police responded to 2 windows and siding of a Main Street building damaged by BB pellets. (9:51am)
  • A Middlesex Avenue resident reported a credit card fraud. (2:19pm)
  • A landlord reported her tenant’s window on Main Street was shot with a BB gun. Landlord was unsure when the BB was shot into the window. (4:41pm)
  • Police issued a parking ticket for a gray 2014 Toyota Prius parked in the fire lane at Market Basket. (5:51pm)
  • State Police handled a 1-car crash on the 93 South Exit 38 ramp and a 2-car crash on the Exit 39 ramp. (6:24pm, 6:47pm)
  • Leslie Ann McLaughlin (65, Burlington) was arrested for OUI Liquor (2nd Offense); Negligent Operation of a Motor Vehicle; and License Not In Possession. McLaughlin’s vehicle struck a light signal pole on Burlington Avenue. (8:27pm)
  • Police notified RMLD that a tree took down wires on Burnham Street. (8:32pm)
  • A caller reported a car doing donuts in the parking lot at the Shriners for over an hour. Vehicle was gone by the time police arrived. (10:43pm)

Friday, December 30:

  • A white 2015 Subaru Forester and a gold 2011 Jeep Compass were involved in a minor crash at Starbucks on Main Street. No injuries noted. (8:08am)
  • Joshua A. Kivlehan (23, Wilmington) was issued a summons for Breaking & Entering To Commit A Misdemeanor; Unarmed Burglary; Uttering A False Check; and Forgery Of A Check. (12:04pm)
  • Police notified DPW that a queen-size mattress and propane tank have been dumped near Andover Street. (3:04pm)
  • A Benson Road resident a National Grid account was opened in her name without her authorization. (3:41pm)
  • A walk-in party turned in a birthstone ring found in the Market Basket parking lot. Police contacted Market Basket, who had the ring’s owner contact the station for pick-up. (6:42pm)
  • Police pulled over a black 2005 Volkswagen on Route 62. Operator was not intoxicated — just sick — and was sent on her way. (10:44pm)

Saturday, December 31:

  • A Bailey Road resident reported seeing someone fleeing her property when her dog started parking. Person is now sitting in a gray 2010 Mazda SE at the end of her driveway with the lights off.  Police responded and advised the man in the vehicle not to trespass, and sent him on his way. (12:59am)
  • Romero Cesar DeCarvalho (38, Wilmington) was issued a summons for unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and speeding. DeCarvalho was pulled over on Shawsheen Avenue. (2:10am)
  • A caller reported dirt bikes operating in area of Border Avenue. Police were unable to locate. (1:27pm)
  • Police received a report of a brown 2006 Honda CRV parked in a handicap space at Pacific Grove on Lowell Street without a handicap placard. Police responded and noticed the placard had fallen off the mirror. Checked OK. (5:13pm)
  • Police located a purple Schwinn bicycle on the North Intermediate School’s bike rack. DPW reports it has been there for over a week. (6:48pm)
  • Police received call that a red 2008 Ford Mustang drove over an Aldrich Road lawn and hit a rock wall.  Police notified Billerica PD of ice patch on Cook Street by the town line. Vehicle was operable and driver was sent on his way. Homeowner will retrieve copy of report during the week. (10:28pm)

(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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