POLICE LOG for September 12: Issues With Traffic Lights At Plaza; Man Placed Into Protective Custody For Intoxication

WILMINGTON, MA — Here are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for Wednesday, September 12, 2018:

  • Police noted the traffic lights at the south end of the Wilmington Plaza were not cycling properly. Lights were reset. (11:23am)
  • Police received reports a motor vehicle lockout at AL Prime with a child in the car. A party on scene was able to gain access to the vehicle before police arrived. (11:31am)
  • A party reported losing his license to carry on September 4 or 5. Not sure where he lost it. A log entry was made and the records clerk was notified. (12:33pm)
  • Police received report of a broken manhole cover in several pieces on Dartmouth Avenue. MassDOT & DPW notified. A metal plate and traffic barrel were temporarily placed. (1:16pm)
  • Animal Control Officer responded to reports of an injured hawk on Salem Street. (3:26pm)
  • A 2-vehicle crash took place on Route 62 at the 93 South Exit 40 ramp. Both vehicles towed. Both operators refused medical transport. (5:48pm)
  • Police took a 55-year-old Billerica man into protective custody after he was found intoxicated and partially undressed on Shawsheen Avenue. (8:23pm)

(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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