POLICE LOG for October 5: Oil Truck Driver Found Passed Out Behind Wheel In Middle Of Busy Intersection, Charged With OUI Drugs

WILMINGTON, MA — Here are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for Friday, October 5, 2018:

  • Albert E. Correia (46, Tewksbury) was issued a summons for Operating A Motor Vehicle with a Suspended or Revoked License. (4:32am)
  • Andrew Neal III (43, Hyde Park) was arrested on a warrant for Larceny of a Motor Vehicle. A custodian at the North Intermediate School notified police of a suspicious vehicle in the school’s driveway. (7:17am)
  • A caller reported suspicious activity on Mill Road, when a man was walking after a 5-6 year-old girl. Police responded. Girl was being brought back to Fox Hill School in Burlington by staff members. (12:25pm)
  • A Pembroke Street caller requested assistance with a raccoon in a trash barrel. (1:01pm)
  • Tewksbury Police requested assistance with an ATV traveling down Route 38. Wilmington Police last saw it on Lake Street, heading back towards Tewksbury. (1:46pm)
  • A caller reported a large truck was stuck on Butters Row Bridge. Truck was gone by the time police arrived. (4:18pm)
  • A Salem Street resident reported he found alcohol bottles and, in the past, drug paraphernalia in a wooded area by his house. (5:50pm)
  • Police assisted Keolis with removing an adult male passenger from an MBTA Commuter Rail train and placing him in protective custody. (7:12pm)
  • Anthony M. Grifoni (60, Beverly) was arrested for OUI Drugs, Negligent Operation Of Motor Vehicle, and Marked Lanes Violation. A tow truck employee reported an erratic operator in an oil truck, stopped in the middle of the intersection at Federal Hill. Police responded. Male operator was passed out behind the wheel, with the truck still in gear, at the intersection of Routes 38 and 62. (10:07pm)

(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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