Wilmington POLICE LOG (Week of March 5, 2017)

WILMINGTON, MA  — Here are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for the week of Sunday, March 5, 2017.

Sunday, March 5:

  • A Dorothy Avenue homeowner reported a past breaking & entering after noticing items missing from his home. (12:15am)
  • Ethan Greenburg (25, Stoneham) was arrested for OUI Liquor, Negligent Operation of a Motor Vehicle, Failure To Stop For Police, and Speeding.
  • Police was flagged down by a passerby regarding a water main break near the MBTA North Wilmington train station on Middlesex Avenue. Police confirmed major flooding and notified Water Department.  Portion of street was closed. (3:38am)
  • A vehicle on Garden Avenue was egged sometime overnight. (9:08am)
  • Police notified Water Department of a water main break at McDonald Road and Salem Street. (10:52am)
  • A Judith Road resident reported his house and vehicle was egged overnight. (11:50am)
  • A Cresent Street resident reported her house was egged and mailbox damaged overnight. (1:31pm)

Monday, March 6:

  • Police assisted car owner with a vehicle lockout on Jones Avenue. (7:16am)
  • Police responded to a physical fight in the middle of the roadway at Lowell Street and Strout Avenue. (7:46am)
  • A Salem Street resident requested traffic patrols during morning commute hours due to excessive speeding. (8:43am)
  • A West Street resident that sometime over the weekend, her mailbox was egged. (9:52am)
  • Police issued a citation to a driver for failure to stop for a school bus on Lowell Street, near Wonder Years. (2:23pm)
  • A caller reported her North Face jacket, with checkbook in pocket, was taken while at La Chic Nails and Spa on Main Street. (2:25pm)
  • Jucelia Desouza-Neto (32, Revere) was arrested on warrants, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, giving a false name to a police officer, and speeding. Immigration and Customs Enforcement issued an immigration detainer on the prisoner. (4:37pm)
  • A Maple Road caller reported he was the victim of an online scam. (5:39pm)

Tuesday, March 7:

  • An employee at Triton Car Wash on Main Street reported a customer in a red 2016 Chevy Sonic left yesterday without playing for a detail. (10:19am)
  • A caller reported a driver parked on Salem Street and went into the woods with what appeared to be a firearm.  Police responed. Individuals were carrying air soft rifles. The driver’s vehicle registration was expired. Driver was issued a citation for expired registration and the vehicle was towed. (11:41am)
  • A Revere Avenue resident reported a scam phone call from an unknown male claiming the caller hit his vehicle, but caller had been home all day. (3:40pm)
  • Police received report of a green 2002 Toyota Camry reciving two flat tires after driving over a neighbor’s lawn on Parker Street. Juvenile driver’s mother arrived on scene to handle. (8:30pm)

Wednesday, March 8:

  • Police notified the Water Department of a water main break in the woods on Shawsheen Avenue. (7:16am)
  • A South Street resident’s mailbox was damaged sometime overnight. (7:43am)
  • Animal Control Officer assisted in removing racoon from dumpster at Glen Falls Cement on Eames Street. (9:01am)
  • Police installed 3 safety seats during its weekly drop-in session. (10:19am)
  • Police received a report of a hit & run, involving property damage, at Wilmington High School that took place on March 3. (11:59am)
  • Police officer served as traffic control for sporting event at Wilmington High School. (8:04pm)

Thursday, March 9:

  • A State Street caller reported a bird or animal in her chimney. Animal Control Officer could not locate any animal. (7:08am)
  • Police reported a boat became lose and was sitting on the shore of Silver Lake near 52 Main Street. DPW tracked down owner on Lake Street, who retrieved boat. (8:16am)
  • A caller reported a tree came down and was blocking the road on Fairmeadow Road. Police notified DPW and Reading Light. (9:45am)
  • Police issued a handicap parking citation at CVS. (10:08am)
  • DPW reported low hanging wires on Burlington Avenue. Police notified Verizon. (2:28pm)
  • A caller reported a female in a silver VW Bug in the Colonial Mall parking lot was visibly agitated. Caller was concerned for her well-being. Police responded. Female had a dispute with her son, who has left on foot. Peace was restored. (5:00pm)

Friday, March 10:

  • Animal Control Officer assisted with a tree stuck in a tree on Hathaway Road. (8:39am)
  • A caller reported numerous hypodermic needles near People’s United Bank on Main Street. Police retrieved for destruction. (9:26am)
  • Police spoke with Middle School students on Bus #1 who were throwing items around and “acting up.” (11:00am)
  • A walk-in party reported a lost or stolen trailer plate from a vehicle at Taylor Excavation on Main Street. (2:03pm)
  • A walk-in party reported his Lexus was struck while parking in the high school parking lot. No witnesses or additional information. (4:07pm)
  • A cab driver reported the person he dropped off would not pay his fare. Police responded. Passenger was unable to pay due to high level of intoxication. Fare was eventually paid and passenger was taken inside to his parents. (6:52pm)

Saturday, March 11:

  • Police issued a citation for impeded operation (ice on windshield) and adult seatbelt violation to a driver on Salem Street. (10:22am)
  • A caller reported two people were taking things out of a sealed dumpster on Main Street. Police responded. Police advised caller to put ‘no trespass’ notices on the dumpsters. (11:10am)
  • Donato DiPietrantonio (50, Malden) was issued a summons for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license and speeding. (1:36pm)
  • Police issued a verbal warning to a driver for parking in the fire lane at Target. (1:57pm)
  • Police issued a handicap parking violation outside Panera Bread in the Wilmington Plaza parking lot. (5:16pm)
  • Police responded to a fight in the parking lot at K1 Speed on Fordham Road. Vehicles leaving as police arrived. (7:12pm)
  • A Chestnut Street caller reported his credit card was stolen and just used as a store in Quincy. Caller has alerted the Quincy Police Department, who has video of the suspect. (10:19pm)

(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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