POLICE LOG for November 24: National Grid Scam; Gun Removed From Home

WILMINGTON, MA — Here are SIX highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for Friday, November 24, 2017:

  • Police checked in on a large crowd of shoppers in front of Target. Police checked in with store’s loss prevention staff.  Everything appeared in order. (6:40am)
  • A Woburn Street caller reported someone claiming to be from National Grid attempted to scam him. Caller stated he owed them $1,000 and if not paid, his power would be shut off. Caller’s power provider is Reading Light, not National Grid. (2:04pm)
  • A walk-in party reported a man was changing a tire in the middle of the intersection at Federal Street and Middlesex Avenue. Man was able to change tire and police sent him on his way. (4:09pm)
  • A Burlington Avenue caller requested an officer retrieve a deceased family member’s shotgun found in the residence. (4:12pm)
  • A white 2012 Honda Pilot and a blue 2006 Kia New Sportage were involved in a crash on Main Street. Airbags deployed. One vehicle towed. No injuries noted. (4:17pm)
  • For second time today, police notified Keolis that a MBTA train was blocking Middlesex Avenue at the North Wilmington station. (11:42pm)

(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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