Wilmington POLICE LOG (June 11-June 17)

WILMINGTON, MA  — Here are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for the week of Sunday, June 11, 2017.

Sunday, June 11:

  • A green 2003 Toyota Corolla struck a pole on Woburn Street.  Unknown injuries. Fire Department responded.  Police checked availability of State Police Accident Reconstruction Team and Medflight. RMLD and Verizon notified. Vehicle towed. (3:56am)
  • MBTA Police requested an officer check the Lake Street train bridge to check for youths throwing rocks onto tracks and at passing trains.  Police located 3 youths outside Uncle Mickey’s.  They denied any knowledge. (6:51am)
  • A caller reported a drain cover sticking up in the Dunkin Donuts drive-thru on Main Street.  Management put out a cone for time being. (10:53am)
  • A driver’s boat fell off his tow hitch, causing traffic issues on Middlesex Avenue. (11:35am)
  • A resident reported she received notification from Post Office that someone attempted to forward her mail to Florida.  Someone also attempted to open a credit car in her name. (12:59pm)
  • A Burnap Street resident reported her purse was taken out of her vehicle last night. (5:19pm)
  • A child’s green Avico bike was found in the water at Rotary Park. (8:26pm)
  • Fire Department and State Police responded to car fire on 93 South Exit 39 ramp. (8:35pm)

Monday, June 12:

  • Police noted trash was dumped in the path on conservation land near the train tracks on Grove Avenue. (6:33am)
  • A caller reported a vehicle passed Bus #16 at a bus stop at Woburn Street and Eames Street while picking up kids.  Female operator was on her cell phone while passing. (8:13am)
  • Police issued 10 parking citations in the MBTA Parking Lot on Main Street. (1:22pm)
  • Police notified Public Buildings that the flashing school zone lights near the North Intermediate School were not functioning. (2:34pm)
  • A group of solicitors from Anderson Windows check in at the station and were granted permission to hand out fliers in the Cunningham Street area. (3:23pm)
  • A caller reported being cut off by a white Ford van operated by a bearded man in a blue shirt. When caller confronted the operator, operator threatened to shoot the caller. No gun was thrown. Operator was last seen on Middlesex Avenue, heading south towards Elia’s.  Police were unable to locate. (4:12pm)
  • Police received a report than a reportedly recently fired FedEx driver purposely ran his box truck into a trailer at the business on Ballardvale Street.  Dispatch spoke with the operator, who claimed it was accidental.  Andover Police will handle the situation, as it took place over the line in Andover. (4:45pm)
  • A caller reported an unknown man approached her vehicle, stared into windows and child in back seat, and then struck windows. (5:46pm)
  • Nelson Morrell Jr. (37, Haverhill) was arrested on a warrant while driving on Salem Street. (8:13pm)

Tuesday, June 13:

  • A gray 2011 Honda Accord and a blue 2011 Audi A4 were involved in a crash on Concord Street. One of the vehicles was T-boned. One female reported injuries. Airbags deployed. Both vehicles towed. (7:44am)
  • While out on a traffic stop, police noted that a dump truck drove over the Butters Row Bridge.  Police were unable to locate, but will contact business. (11:28am)
  • A caller reported there are three marsh areas on Marion Street that have grass clippings and yard debris being dumped into it. Police notified DPW. (12:38pm)
  • Police issued six citations for unregistered dogs. (2:58pm)
  • A passerby reported a tractor trailer unit took a wrong turn and is stuck on Shawsheen Avenue. Police issued a citation for failure to obey road signs. (5:13pm)
  • A hit and run accident was reported at Aldrich Road and Shawsheen Avenue. (9:46pm)

Wednesday, June 14:

  • Police came across an unresponsive male in a vehicle parked in the AFGA parking lot. Fire Department responded. Male admitted to smoking marijuana. Fire Department arrived to continue evaluation. (12:41am)
  • Police conduced school bus enforcement on Salem Street. No violations observed. (7:25am)
  • A caller reported a tanker trunk was attempting to go over the Butters Row Bridge. Police responded and advised truck to go down Route 62. (7:51am)
  • A walk-in party from the town’s Water Department reported a trash barrel was left by the pumping station on Salem Street with possible gunholes in it. (8:08am)
  • A caller reported his Somerville Avenue house was egged around 3:30am on Monday. (9:10am)
  • Police issued FIFTEEN citations for failure to yield to pedestrians in sidewalks on Middlesex Avenue, Lowell Street and Woburn Street. (throughout the morning and afternoon)
  • John McNally (48, Windham, NH) was issued a summons for unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and a crosswalk violation. (10:56am)
  • A hit and run was reported in the parking lot of Pacific Packaging on Industrial Way in the last 25 minutes. (11:24am)
  • Police issued FOURTEEN citations for unlicensed dogs. (2:10pm)
  • A Butters Row resident reported he was almost struck by a vehicle when retrieving his mail. He requests additional enforcement activities. (5:57pm)
  • A Tracy Circle caller reported an injured turkey may be stuck in a tree in her yard. (7:55pm)
  • A caller reported her daughter is being bullied at school at the North. (8:44pm)

Thursday, June 15:

  • Fire Department responded to a drill on fire at Benevento Sand and Stone on Salem Street. (6:09am)
  • Police issued a citation to an overweight vehicle on the Butters Row Bridge. (8:04am)
  • A brown 2004 Nissan Maxima struck shrubs, a mailbox, a fence, and a pole on Grove Avenue. Police notified RMLD. No injuries noted. (8:51am)
  • Animal Control Officer rescued a hawk that was caught in some sort of wiring at a Ballardvale Street business. (9:59am)
  • Donald D. Barrucci (49, Burlington) was issued a citation for uninsured motor vehicle, operated a motor vehicle with a revoked registration, and motor vehicle not meeting RMV standards. (12:30pm)
  • Police received multiple calls of a female party that either got pushed or attempted to jump out of a vehicle on Middlesex Avenue. Police issued the driver a summons for operating to endanger and speeding. (12:35pm)
  • A caller reported discovering a large animal bone off of Main Street. Animal Control Officer deemed it not to be suspicious. (2:01pm)
  • Fire Department responded to a shed fire on Aspen Drive. (5:52pm)
  • A caller reported a vehicle crashed into her parked vehicle on Grove Avenue and fled towards Main Street. Driver believed to have made his or her way into Billerica. (11:39pm)

Friday, June 16:

  • A Main Street homeowner reported someone just smashed a glass bottle in the roadway in front of his house. (12:10am)
  • Jordan Marchesi (27, Wilmington) was issued a summons for operating a motor vehicle with a revoked registration, uninsured motor vehicle, and no or expired inspection sticker. (1:03am)
  • A Main Street resident reported a male party was sitting in a lawn chair on his front lawn looking at his house. Caller had video of the man on his property. Police located the man in question  at Main Street and Adams Street in Tewksbury.  Chairs were returned to a house on Grove Avenue. Man was sent on his way. (1:29am)
  • Scott E. Kearns (37, Stoneham) was issued a summons for the unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and speeding. (11:56am)
  • A caller reported a small bird bath and ceramic garden stepping stone were missing from a family member’s grave in the Wildwood Cemetery. Caller was unsure if they were stolen or removed by cemetery staff for being against the rules. (4:18pm)
  • Adamu Amadu (46, Lowell) was arrested on an OUI Liquor, Negligent Operation of a Motor Vehicle, and Marked Lanes Violation. The erratic operator was called in by an off-duty officer. (10:04pm)

Saturday, June 17:

  • Xhoi Docnoka (22, North Reading) was placed into protective custody after police found him walking in the middle of the street on Burlington Avenue. (1:12am)
  • Fire Department responded to a wire arcing on Andover Street. (2:09am)
  • Police noted several mailboxes on Burlington Avenue were vandalized. (2:15am)
  • A syringe was found on the side of the road at Lexington Street and Cunningham Street. Police retrieved for proper disposal. (10:58am)
  • A blue 2005 Hyundai Electra struck a pole at Salem Street and Anthony Avenue. No injuries noted. Vehicle towed. RMLD notified. (11:21am)
  • Police noted the outbound train at the North Wilmington station was blocking the roadway on Middlesex Avenue. (12:05pm)  Police noted it happened again. (4:47pm)
  • Fire Department responded to a washing machine fire on Oak Street. (5:14pm)
  • A walk-in party reported individual were drinking on the pier at Town Beach, with one making threatening comments.  Police responded and individuals were gone, with no sign of alcohol. (9:07pm)

(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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