POLICE LOG for March 19: Odor of Decomposition From Apartment; Cars Vandalized

WILMINGTON, MA  — Here are SEVEN highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for Sunday, March 19, 2017:

  • An Amherst Road caller reported that last night, around 9:15pm, they opened their front door and found a small piece of paper burning on front steps. Caller was able to extinguish.  Caller noted unfamiliar pick-up truck on street. Police advised caller to call immediately if it ever happens again. (8:51am)
  • Police noted the glass in a ground level window at the Roman Hose was missing. Police notified DPW. (11:41am)
  • A Dunkin Donuts (Concord Street) employee reported Subway was not open for business, but the door was unsecured and people were entering the establishment. Police was able to secure door and contacted owner. (12:21pm)
  • Police conducted fire lane enforcement at Market Basket. (2:20pm)
  • Police was flagged down by a Horseshoe Lane resident claiming there was a strong odor of decomposition from the apartment below. Apartment and resident checked OK. Residents will follow up with maintenance to see if there’s a deceased animal in the vent. (5:20pm)
  • A resident reported two vehicles were keyed on Cedar Street. (6:02pm)
  • Elizabeth Rivera (38, Lawrence) was arrested on an outstanding warrant. (10:35pm)

(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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