POLICE LOG for August 17: Spoofing Scam Calls; Cars Speeding Down Middlesex At 60 MPH

WILMINGTON, MA  — Here are SEVEN highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for Thursday, August 17, 2017:

  • Officer spoke to a resident out in a wooded area on Chestnut Street with a flashlight. Resident was looking for coyotes. (1:45am)
  • Police issued 4 speeding citations on Aldrich Road. (8:51am)
  • Police issued 8 parking citations in the MBTA Parking Lot on Main Street. (12:26pm)
  • A Lords Court caller reported a truck took down wires, which are now laying across the street and a vehicle in a driveway.  Fire Department removed phone wires and contacted Verizon. Police was unable to locate truck in question. (12:37pm)
  • Police spoke with an individual with a dog on Town Beach, advised her of beach rules, and sent them on their way. (1:44pm)
  • A Morse Avenue caller reported possible scam calls involving spoofing of local numbers. Police called number associated with scam call and caller had no knowledge of such calls. (7:16pm)
  • A caller reported a gray jeep going airborne over the train tracks by Elia’s, nearly rolling over, estimated traveling in excess of 60 MPH. Vehicle was being followed by a black Jeep Wrangler at the same speed. Police were unable to locate. (9:55pm)

(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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