POLICE LOG for June 28: Wilmington Man Arrested For Using Stolen Credit Cards; Couch Left On Baby Beach

WILMINGTON, MA  — Here are TEN highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for Wednesday, June 28, 2017:

  • Police was out with a vehicle in the Sunrise Market parking lot. Individual was going through trash bins looking for lottery tickets. (2:20am)
  • A caller reported her cat was stolen in Woburn and dumped on Oakridge Circle. Caller eventually reunited with cat. (8:27am)
  • Police notified Verizon of low hanging wires on Chestnut Street, about 100 yards prior to Route 62 (Burlington Avenue). (8:47am)
  • Police notified DPW that a small couch was left on the old Baby Beach at Silver Lake. (10:02am)
  • A Swain Road caller reports a man was walking around the neighborhood, possibly soliciting. Police spoke with the man and advised him not to solicit in town without the proper permit.  Man said an additional 6 men were currently soliciting nearby in Burlington. (11:47am)
  • A Linda Road resident reported her dog was injured after a neighbor’s dog entered her yard. (1:17pm)
  • Signs regarding Global Gas Station were stolen from Woodland Road properties. Caller wanted the incident logged. (1:53pm)
  • Animal Control Officer issued 12 citations for unregistered dogs. (2:49pm)
  • Town Manager reported 5 juveniles appeared intoxicated, were seen smoking on the Town Hall playground premises. Left in a red vehicle. Requested a check. No damage done to Town Hall.  Driver checked OK. Occupants said another juvenile went into the woods with a can and a lighter. (5:44pm)
  • Silas Williams (29, Wilmington) was arrested for receiving a stolen credit card, use of good obtained through unauthorized use of credit cards; receiving stolen property; and protective custody.  Williams was at the bar at Tremezzo claiming he stole a purse. Party left on food and was spotted entering Shell Gas Station, where h was arrested.  Shell employee said he was entering the station throughout the day, asking for free food and drinks and asking odd questions. (9:57pm)

(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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