POLICE LOG for October 11: Police Step Up Efforts To Prevent Car Break-Ins, Juveniles Congregating In School Lots After Dark

WILMINGTON, MA  — Here are SEVEN highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for Wednesday, October 11, 2017:

  • Police conducted community policing in the North Wilmington area and surrounding streets due to recent vehicle break-ins. (12:52am)
  • Police rendered services to a motor vehicle lockout in the Lucci’s parking lot. (12:21pm)
  • Police installed 7 car seats during its weekly drop-in hours. (1:15pm)
  • A caller reported her son found a needle in the Wildwood Street area. Police retrieved for proper disposal. (4:13pm)
  • Gunderson Road caller reported her and her husband’s cars were entered overnight sometime on October 9. There was no signs of forced entry. Only change was taken. (5:28pm)
  • A Carter Lane resident reported she can hear cars speeding in the vicinity of the West/Middle School.  Police responded and located a large group of juveniles. Police was able to get the group to disperse and advised them to no longer congregate in any town parking lot. (10:05pm)
  • A Marcus Road caller reported someone may be trying to enter her home. Police responded. Screen door was not closed tightly and was banging as a result of the wind. (10:38pm)

(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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