POLICE LOG for May 1: Bad Highway Crash; Speeding on Butters Row; Teens Acting Suspiciously

WILMINGTON, MA  — Here are THIRTEEN highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for Monday, May 1, 2017:

  • A caller reported her service dog got loose a couple of hours ago. Dog eventually returned home after call. (12:25am)
  • Wildwood School staff asked police for assistance for parent who is having difficulty with special needs child safely to school.  Police safely escorted parent and child into lot. (8:31am)
  • Police checked on a sealcoating truck on Lucaya Circle due to ongoing scams in area. Situation checked OK. (12:02pm)
  • An anonymous caller reported youths gathered near a residence on Gandalf Way, as well as increased vehicle traffic stopping at the home. Caller concerned about possible drug activity. (12:20pm)
  • Police removed a deceased groundhog on West Street. (2:02pm)
  • Resident reported ATVs and dirtbikes being operated on conservation land off of Burlington Avenue.  Police spoke with parties, who agreed to cease behavior. (2:06pm)
  • Police issued 4 parking citations in the MBTA parking lot on Main Street. (2:25pm)
  • A caller reported their wallet was stolen while at Savers on Main Street. (2:28pm)
  • Police issued 5 speeding tickets on Butters Row. (4:39pm+)
  • A caller on Christine Drive reported a group of juveniles were having a bon fire in the woods behind her house. Juveniles were spoken to and returned home. (5:15pm)
  • Fire Department responded to multi-car crash on Route 93 South.  Wilmington Police assisted with traffic control. (9:06pm)
  • A witness reported seeing a vehicle rear-end a tractor trailer and spin out of control, causing the accident.  The tractor trailer unit continued on. Police passed the information on to the State Police. (8:55pm)
  • A walk-in party reported selling a car to a man and, 12 days later, the man and his brother confronted her about the condition of the vehicle. Caller felt uncomfortable and wanted the situation logged. (10:45pm)

(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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