POLICE LOG for June 4: Possible Attempted Home Break-In; Group Home Teens Go Missing; Truck Rollover

WILMINGTON, MA  — Here are ELEVEN highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for Sunday, June 4, 2017:

  • A Milestone Group Home employee reported two females just walked away from the program.  Police checked the area and were unable to locate.  Employee will come to station to file missing person paperwork. (12:30am)  Reports were entered at 1:50am and 1:52am.
  • A Chestnut Street caller reported an individual with a flashlight getting into a vehicle. Police were unable to locate any individuals in the area. (1:08am)
  • A Burnap Street caller reported a man (approximately 6′ tall wearing a black hoodie) just tried to enter his residence.  Police responded and stopped a man matching the description in front of St. Dorothy’s.  Man was not involved.  Police were unable to locate the man in question on foot or in a vehicle. (1:10am)
  • A Dorchester Street caller reported receiving a possible scam call.  A recording asked the caller if he could hear them.  When caller responded ‘OK,’ the phone conversation ended. (10:50am)
  • Police notified Comcast of a low hanging wire (dead cable line) on Fairview Avenue. (1:13pm)
  • A black 2010 Toyota Tacoma and a blue 2012 Honda Civic were involved in a crash at the Shawsheen Elementary School.  Airbags deployed. All refused medical attention. (2:07pm)
  • A caller reported a water cover was sticking up in the roadway on Salem Street. Police notified the Water Department. (3:15pm)
  • A caller found a pocket knife at the Rotary Park playground.  Knife was brought to the station desk. (4:17pm)
  • Fire Department responded to a gas stove fire on Apache Way. (8:18pm)
  • A Ford truck rolled over on the 93 South Exit 40 ramp. No injuries.  MassDOT was notified. Ramp was shut down for approximately 5 minutes to flip truck. (8:23pm)
  • A manager at K1 Speed notified police of customers who threatened an employee before leaving and are now in the parking lot.  Police responded.  Customers had a disagreement with staff over service and rules. Parties were sent on their way. (9:19pm)

(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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