POLICE LOG for June 3: Two Summons Issued; Calls Involving Suspicious Behavior & Possible Overdose

(NOTE: The police log for Wednesday, May 31 has not been published.  The police log for Thursday, June 1 is significantly incomplete.  The police log for Friday, June 2 has not been published. All are probably oversights. Wilmington Apple hopes to eventually provide highlights for those three dates.)

WILMINGTON, MA  — Here are SIX highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for Saturday, June 3, 2017:

  • Eric T. McManus (24, Melrose) was issued a summons for having an uninsured motor vehicle and an unregistered motor vehicle. (1:53am)
  • During a check of the Yentile Farm Recreational Facility, police advised two individuals with dogs who left the property. (9:26am)
  • Dircineia Pereira Souza (34, Woburn) was issued a summons for the unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, failure to stop/yield and failure to yield at an intersection. (11:56am)
  • A caller reported he believes he saw a man laying down on the ground in the woods behind Charlie’s Autobody on Main Street.  The caller’s mother then called the station and stated she feared the man was having an overdose.  Police responded and canceled the Fire Department response.  Man was not in need of medical attention, but police did have a family member come and pick him up. (4:12pm)
  • Police received a call about 3 vehicles parked at the corner of Appletree Lane and Chestnut Street.  Caller was walking his dog.  He saw two men get on the vehicle and walk towards Chestnut Street.  When the two men saw him, they got back into their vehicle and waited for him to pass before getting out of the vehicles again.  Caller felt it was suspicious.  Police responded and nothing out of the ordinary aside from a house party. (11:05pm)
  • A customer at the Burger King drive-thru reported a man in a dark SUV was possibly intoxicated and acting up in the parking lot.  Police responded, but SUV was already gone. (11:21pm)

(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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