Wilmington POLICE LOG (Week of April 23, 2017)

WILMINGTON, MA  — Here are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for the week of Sunday, April 23, 2017.

Sunday, April 23:

  • A Lake Street caller reported her unlocked vehicle was entered overnight. Only spare change was missing. (8:44am)
  • A caller reported finding a GPS and HD tablet in the Shawsheen School parking lot. Police retrieved and brought them to station. (1:32pm)
  • A caller reported she lost her wallet around 2pm yesterday, last used at Lucci’s Supermarket. Wallet was black and contained IDs and credit cards. All cards have been cancelled. (4:30pm)
  • A Shawsheen Avenue caller reported two unlocked vehicles had items taken from them sometime between 1am and 9am. (7:11pm)
  • A caller reported two parties with a dog on the Yentile Farm turf field despite the ‘no dogs allowed’ sign. Police responded and dog was removed. (7:47pm)

Monday, April 24:

  • Animal Control Officer had conversation with High Street homeowner over foxes on her property. (8:37am)
  • A Glen Road resident reported a vacant house for sale was recently spray painted. (11:30am)
  • An Avalon Drive resident reported fraudulent activity on a credit card. (12:36pm)
  • Fire Department responded to a small mulch fire at Market Basket. (4:06pm)
  • Two parties dropped off a pink BB gun for destruction at the station. (5:16pm)
  • A Pilling Road resident requested a log entry be made after he received multiple calls from a veterans group asking for donations. He asked them to remove his number from their list, but they continue to call.  Police advised caller to contact phone company and have number blocked. (5:35pm)
  • A caller reported a group of juveniles were toilet-papering a tree on Catherine Avenue. The kids also threw a mannequin in the pool and left a toilet on the front lawn. Police located juveniles in question.  One juvenile retrieved the toilet and mannequin. Homeowner was satisfied. Each juvenile were released to their parents. (9:06pm)
  • Dustin J. Caufield (24, Lawrence) was arrested for an OUI Liquor. Caufield was involved in a 2-car crash at Middlesex Avenue and High Street. (9:22pm)
  • A North Street caller reported vehicles were vandalized with tuna fish and talcum powder.  Group of juveniles involved in prank/vandalism on Catherine Avenue were also found to be involved in this situation. (9:30pm)

Tuesday, April 25:

  • Police monitored a bus stop on Loumac Road. No violations were witnessed. (7:24am)
  • Police issued 6 parking citations in the MBTA Parking Lot on Main Street. (1:08pm)
  • A High Street caller reported receiving a threatening phone call from a man threatening bodily harm to him and his son. Before police arrived, caller realized his friends were pranking him and there was no issue. (2:25pm)
  • A caller reported a female employee just left Scully Signal Company on Industrial Way in an inebriated state. Police were unable to locate and alerted the Billerica Police. (4:01pm)
  • Police received call of an erratic operator who struck two street signs in Tewksbury. Police located vehicle in Avalon complex on Evergreen Drive. Police spoke with suspect. Tewksbury Police responded to handle. (4:24pm)
  • A Lowell Sun employee was emailed a picture of a person laying in front of a car, covered in a sheet, in front of the Target in Wilmington. Police responded and witnessed no such thing.  Police spoke with employees, who had no knowledge of the occurrence. (8:54pm)
  • Andrew C. Camillieri (22, Wilmington) was issued a summons for Breaking & Entering of a Vehicle in the Daytime To Commit A Felony, Breaking & Entering of a Building In The Daytime To Commit A Felony, and Larency under $250. Camillieri is accused of breaking into her ex-girlfriend’s house.

Wednesday, April 26:

  • Luis Guardado (21, Nashua, NH) was issued a summons for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license and speeding. (12:34am)
  • A 2004 Nissan Maxima struck a pole on Wildwood Street. Vehicle towed. RMLD notified. No injuries noted. (1:00am)
  • Tiago Deazevedo (32, Malden) was issued a summons for the unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and speeding. (9:01am)
  • Caller located a hypodermic needle in the parking lot of NeoLab on Ballardvale Street. Police retrieved for destruction. (11:09am)
  • Officer was bit by loose lab puppy, treated by the fire department, and drove self to doctors. Dog was updated on vaccinations. (2:48pm)
  • A caller reported finding a needle on the side of the Park Street bridge. Police retrieved for destruction. (4:28pm)

Thursday, April 27:

  • A caller reported a friend went hiking in the woods in Wilmington and hasn’t returned home. Caller stated she received a text saying the hiker was lost. Cell phone is going to voicemail. Police pinged cell phone to Arlington. Caller called back to report hiker was found safe in Arlington. (12:52am)
  • Officers assisted at the Special Olympics event at Wilmington High School. (8:40am)
  • A Federal Street caller reported a large coyote in her yard. (8:41am)
  • Police issued 3 parking citations in the MBTA parking lot on Main Street. (12:08pm)
  • Speedway employee reported 2 white males were smoking marijuana in a SUV near the dumpster. Police responded. Men were just smoking cigarettes. Men were moved along. (3:16pm)
  • A Houghton Road caller reported a deceased turkey behind her house on conservation land. (4:09pm)
  • A caller found a bag and a needle on Shawsheen Avenue. Police retrieved items for destruction. (7:40pm)
  • Jamie Garcia (Lowell, 21) was arrested on three outstanding warrants at K1 Speed on Fordham Road. (9:38pm)
  • K1 employee reported he was threatened by a customer in regard to the earlier arrest. Customer stated he would “see him in the parking lot.” Police stood-by while employees lost. Threatening customer did not return. (10:14pm)

Friday, April 28:

  • A resident reported the yellow flashing school sign at Woburn Street & High Street does not appear to be functioning properly. (8:01am)
  • Police conducted distracting driving enforcement on Main Street. (8:59am)
  • Two vehicles were involved in a crash in front of Sonic on Main Street. Both vehicles towed. Airbag deployed. One driver was transported to hospital by fire department, complaining of chest pains. (9:01am)
  • Police removed a small snapping turtle from the roadway on Woburn Street. (2:02pm)
  • A blue Subaru hit a school bus, with no children in it, on Salem Street and did not stop. There was a small scuff to the bus’s back bumper. (2:41pm)
  • A caller reported a red Ram pick up truck driving with a dog unsecured in the bed of the truck. The Animal Control Officer visited driver’s home and spoke with family member, who will speak with driver. (3:19pm)
  • Fire Department responded to a small brush fire on Concord Street. (5:41pm)
  • An Avalon Drive caller reported two burn holes in his vehicle’s tires. (7:00pm)
  • Driver of a black 1999 Yamaha motorcycle crashed at Grove Avenue and Lake Street.  Driver transported to hospital. Motorcycle towed. Damage done to directional pole. (10:50pm)

Saturday, April 29:

  • Grant Eli Darveau (23, Hudson, NH) was arrested for OUI Liquor and Negligent Operation of a Motor Vehicle. Darveau drove his 2016 Chevy Silverado in a telephone pole on Salem Street. Verizon was notified. Road was closed. Vehicle was towed. NO injuries noted. (12:07am)
  • Police moved along several cars from the fire lane in front of Market Basket. (10:14am)
  • Police received report of a possible shoplifter at Main Street Consignment on Main Street. Woman in question had grey hair, black leather jack and black purse, driving a new model grey Toyota Corolla. Police were unable to locate. (12:44pm)
  • Police were called to Town Meeting at the High School. (1:00pm)
  • Fire Department responded to a brush fire on Ballardvale Street. (3:15pm)
  • A Chestnut Street caller reported two dirt bikes were cutting through his backyard.  Police spoke with grandparents of dirt bike drivers, who say parents will handle the situation. (3:51pm)
  • During a check of Yentile Farm, police noted several bottles and trash near entrance. (4:43pm)
  • Police received a complaint of people rollerblading with a dog on the track at Yentile Farm.  Police spoke with the individuals and sent them on their way. (7:48pm)
  • A group of youths were causing a disturbance at McDonald’s and refused to leave the parking lot. Police responded and sent them on their way. (8:10pm)  Juveniles were returned and again refused to leave. Police responded again. A parent took custody of all the children. (9:03pm)

(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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