POLICE LOG for June 1: OUI Arrest; Duckling Rescued; School Bus Violation Crackdown

WILMINGTON, MA  — Here are FOURTEEN highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for Thursday, June 1, 2017:

  • Police followed Bus #14 to Wilmington Middle School. No violations witnessed. (6:44am)
  • Police followed Bus #16 on Woburn Street. No violations witnessed. (7:36am)
  • Police issued two citations for failure to stop for a school bus on Salem Street (7:49am) and Woburn Street (8:00am).
  • A Burlington Avenue caller reported someone smashed his back slider door overnight. (8:10am)
  • Police followed Bus #8 on Chestnut Street. No violations issued. (8:16am)
  • Animal Control Officer retrieved a lone duckling from Jacquith Road and brought to a facility in Essex. (10:36am)
  • Police provided an escort to Wilmington High School students in school buses visiting some of the lower schools. (10:40am)
  • Animal Control Officer freed a squirrel stuck in a flower trellis on Williams Avenue. (11:18am)
  • Theodore J. Bakacs (59, Winthrop) was arrested on an outstanding warrant.  (11:45am)
  • Thomas Fahey (46, Billerica) was arrested on an OUI.  A 99 employee noted he appeared intoxicated in their parking lot and tried to enter other vehicles before entering his own.  Police stopped him on Main Street. (12:30pm)
  • A caller reported his daughter was almost struck by a vehicle that did not stop for a school bus on Faulkner Avenue.  Police spoke with the driver, who claimed she did stop and said the school bus didn’t put on the stop sign out fast enough. (2:53pm)
  • An Action Ambulance employee believed construction next door may have disrupted a bees nest.  There are hundreds of bees on the vehicles outside the building. Animal Control Officer was advised to let the bees be and they will leave. (2:57pm)
  • Police received report of kids running around Town Hall, with one possibly on the roof.  Police responded and were unable to locate. (4:29pm)
  • A bicycle was reported stolen from the MBTA parking lot on Main Street sometime today. (6:29pm)

(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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