POLICE LOG for November 11: Homeowner Causes Black Ice In Roadway; Civil War Re-Enactment; House Egged

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

  • A caller reported there’s black ice in the roadway on Lowell Street. Police responded and noted 80 yards of ice in the roadway leading to the Burger King entrance. While investigating, police noted 272 Lowell Street was pumping and discharging water into the street, causing the ice. DPW notified to send the sander. Police noted fresh skid marks and some car debris in the road, indicating a vehicle may have swiped a telephone pole. Homeowner at 272 Lowell Street advised to avert his water flow away from the street. Police will follow up with DPW about bylaw violation. (5:43am)
  • A caller reported his vehicle was struck while parked overnight in the Shriners parking lot. (8:17am)
  • The train crossing gates at Main Street and Middlesex Avenue were stuck down. Keolis was notified and stated a disabled train was in the area. Train eventually came through and gates lifted. (10:15am)
  • Police assisted with traffic at the Town Common for the Veterans Day Ceremony. (10:41am)
  • A Woburn Street caller reported his house was egged last night. (10:44am)
  • A Shawsheen Avenue caller reported he is doing a civil war re-enactemnet in his yard. He wanted it logged in case of calls. (11:49am)
  • A 911 caller reported the Burger King manager locked the doors and people were unable to leave. Manager reported restaurant was having staffing issues so they’re closing the dining area and allowing drive-thru only. (1:01pm)
  • Police responded to a water main break on Grace Drive. (4:18pm)

(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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