POLICE LOG for June 11: Juvenile Issued Summons; Hit & Run; Lottery Scam; Coyote Sighting

WILMINGTON, MA — Here are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for Monday, June 11, 2018:

  • Police received report of a dirt bike driving up and down Seneca Lane. Police had a conversation with the juvenile, who put it away. (1:30pm)
  • A son reported he believes his mother is victim of a lottery scam and is attempting to leave her home to go meet a random person to collect money. (2:45pm)
  • A parked car was damaged in a hit and run at Lowell Five Bank on Main Street. Security footage didn’t show what happened. (4:13pm)
  • A Fiorenza Drive caller reported she saw a coyote in her backyard. Animal does not appear sick or injured. A log entry was left for the Animal Control Officer. (7:27pm)
  • A juvenile was issued a summons for Operating A Motor Vehicle With Suspended or Revoked License. (7:35pm)
  • Milestone Group Home on High Street reported a 15-year-old male left the program, walking towards Route 62. Police located the party and transported him back to the program. Police spoke with staff and peace restored. (10:28pm)
  • Woman had her dog in the Town Dog Park. Police advised her of the park’s hours. (11:08pm)

(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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