ARREST LOG: 3 Assaults; 2 Unlicensed Drivers; 2nd Offense OUI; Warrant Arrest

WILMINGTON, MA — According to Wilmington Police Logs, Wilmington Police issued the following arrests and summons between March 2, 2018 and March 8, 2018:

Friday, March 2

  • None

Saturday, March 3

  • None

Sunday, March 4

  • None

Monday, March 5

  • Claudio Willian De Souza Cotait (38, Lowell) — Assault & Battery (Summons)
  • Guilherme Cunha Padilha (28, Lowell) — Assault & Battery (Summons)
  • Marcelo Vieceli (37, Lowell) — Warrant (Arrest)
  • Lisa Thomas (36, Wilmington) — Unlicensed Operation Of A Motor Vehicle (Summons)

Tuesday, March 6

  • Fernanda Stefanom (31, Peabody) — Unlicensed Operation Of A Motor Vehicle and Failure To Stop/Yield (Summons)
  • Janice Elaine Cool (49, Wilmington) — 2nd Offense OUI Liquor (Summons)
  • John A. Palmer (53, Wilmington) — Assault & Battery On A Family/Household Member (Summons)

Wednesday, March 7

  • None

Thursday, March 8

  • None

(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). (Feb. 16, 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 AND NO mention that the driver attempted to leave the scene…guess what? Driver was an off duty state trooper! There you go…we’ll never know what happened. Good job Wilmington Police.

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