POLICE LOG for March 16: Hit & Run At Target; Car vs. Mailbox; Donation Bin Theft?; False Alarms

WILMINGTON, MA — Below are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log from Monday, March 16, 2020:
  • Police came across suspicious activity with a UHaul next to a donation bin at St. Dorothy’s church. Police made driver return everything to donation bin. (12:52am)
  • A 911 caller stated someone was ringing her door bell, so she called 911, but it turned out it was her fiancee. Police spoke with both homeowners and confirmed all is well. (6:01am)
  • Fire Department responded to alarm at Energetic Technology on Lowell Street. No fire, but building evacuated. A vacuum set off alarm by kicking up dust. No emergency. (8:41am)
  • Police received a 911 hang up  from Rustic Lane. Police spoke with resident who reported her child was playing with her phone. Police confirmed. (12:24pm)
  • Police received report of two white males (18-20 years old) walking on tracks behind Jere Road. Police were unable to locate. Police notified Keolis, which slowed oncoming trains. (1:35pm)
  • A caller reported his vehicle was struck in the Target parking lot. (2:07pm)
  • A caller reported a vehicle was swerving and struck a mailbox on Fairmeadow Road. Police responded. Driver was not impaired. Driver and neighbors will make arrangements to fix mailbox. (5:18pm)

(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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