POLICE LOG for March 1: Wilmington Man Arrested; Road Rage Incident; Teens Shoplifting?; Revolutionary War Reenactors

WILMINGTON, MA — Here are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for Thursday, March 1, 2018:

  • A resident came in to inform the department that they will be having a Revolutionary War re-enactment drill on Sunday, March 4, from noon to 4pm. It will involve no firearms. (10:23am)
  • A caller reported a road rage incident occurred at the Clark Street/Main Street intersection. Both vehicles’ operators exchanged words and a confrontation occurred in the Wilmington Plaza parking lot by GNC. Police spoke with both parties regarding the incident. (12:42pm)
  • Manager at unspecified Main Street shop reported three 13-15 year-old boys on bicycles were shoplifting drinks. They were last seen leaving the store heading towards Advanced Auto Parts. Police reviewed the security camera and was unable to witness concealment. Employees still suspect the juveniles did shoplift. (2:50pm)
  • A caller reported a vehicle was tailgating on Main Street and Glen Road and then passed her on the wrong side of the road. Police spoke with operator, who admitted to the complaint. He was apologetic and stated he would not do it again. (4:10pm)
  • A McDonald Road caller reported finding a syringe in the area. Police retrieved for destruction. (4:27pm)
  • Fire Department responded to a small brush fire on Glen Road. (4:50pm)
  • Alexander Maus (31, Wilmington) was arrested on a probation violation warrant. (6:35pm)
  • Police notified Mass Highway of a large pot hole at the Main Street and Clark Street intersection. (8:40pm) Mass Highway crew put a patch on the hole. (9:58pm)

(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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