POLICE LOG for February 16: Customer Threatens To Drive Into Store; Truck vs. Pole; Warrant Arrest

WILMINGTON, MA — Here are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for Friday, February 16, 2018:

  • Police assisted Fire Department with pole on fire and arching wires on Lee Street. (5:39am)
  • A juvenile was reported missing from the Milestone Group Home on High Street. (8:04am)
  • Alissa R. Piazza (23, Boxford) was arrested on warrants involving Armed/Masked Robbery, Possession of Large Capacity Firearm, and Assault with a Dangerous Weapon. (9:33am)
  • Police issued five speeding citations on Salem Street. (10:58am)
  • Store manager at Advanced Autoparts stated a driver stated he was going to drive through the front of the building after being asked to move his car out of the fire lane. Vehicle left prior to police arrival. (3:21pm)
  • A Lawrence Street caller reported finding a hypodermic needle in their front yard. Police retrieved for disposal. (4:32pm)
  • A caller reported three juveniles, all wearing black, were walking on the train tracks. Police notified MBTA. Police responded. Juveniles ran when cruiser approached. (5:13pm)
  • A pick-up truck struck a pole on Woburn Street. Truck attempted to leave scene. RMLD and Verizon notified. RMLD reset a transformer and restored power. Property damage was done to 642, 643 and 644 (lawns and front steps). (10:58pm)

(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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  1. ‘A pick-up truck struck a pole on Woburn Street. Truck attempted to leave scene. RMLD and Verizon notified. RMLD reset a transformer and restored power. Property damage was done to 642, 643 and 644 (lawns and front steps). (10:58pm)’

    Truck hit 2 poles and then attempted to leave the scene burning rubber all over the road! Driver seemed intoxicated and stumbled as he walked. No witnesses were interviewed by the police and police report has NO mention of driver being given sobriety test or the fact that the driver attempted to leave the scene…guess what? Driver was a state trooper! There you go…we’ll never know what happened. Good job Wilmington Police.

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