POLICE LOG for May 23: 2 Wilmington Men Arrested; Rocks Thrown Through Home’s Windows; Bicycle vs. Car

WILMINGTON, MA — Here are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for Wednesday, May 23, 2018:

  • Two rocks were thrown through the front windows of a Brentwood Avenue home. (2:08am)
  • Police observed a vehicle driver down to Town Hall, quickly speed around the building, and get back onto Glen Road. Driver then pulled into a driveway. Driver claimed he was there to visit a friend. Upon further investigation, driver said he turned down Town Hall and then parked in someone’s driveway because was over the police cruiser behind him. Driver checked OK and was sent on his way. (2:56am)
  • A calling party reported her daughter has a hard time crossing Glen Road in the morning due to vehicles speeding. She wanted it logged and possibly some patrols in the morning. (6:49am)
  • Brenda A. Guevara (26, Woburn) was issued a summons for No or Expired Inspection/Sticker and Operating A Motor Vehicle with Suspended or Revoked License. (8:18am)
  • A male party will be conducting geocaching throughout the town this summer. He wanted it logged in case anyone calls. (8:19am)
  • A walk-in party turned in ammunition for destruction. (8:22am)
  • Police responded to a 911 call. Corey M. Brennan (40, Wilmington) was arrested for Assault & Battery, Witness Intimidation, and Malicious Destruction of Property Under $1,200. (1:18pm)
  • Douglas L. Bevis, Jr. (27, Wilmington) was arrested on five warrants for Assault & Battery (3), Possession of a Class B Drug, and Animal Cruelty. (2:25pm)
  • Fire Department responded to a mulch fire at Kirkwood Printing. (4:12pm)
  • A caller reported 8-10 kids under age to be drinking on Brentwood Avenue. Police responded. Only party found to be drinking was of age. They were advised to move away from the street. (5:23pm)
  • A bicycle struck a car at Gowing Road and Park Street. No injuries. (6:39pm)
  • Police issued 2 fire lane violations at Wilmington High School. (6:59pm)
  • A caller requested assistance removing a bee from her room. Police responded, but could not locate bee. (8:48pm)

(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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