POLICE LOG for March 18: Car vs. Pole; Hit & Run At Market Basket Parking Lot; Arguments At RMV; Car Egged

WILMINGTON, MA — Below are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log from Wednesday, March 18, 2020:
  • Tewksbury Police reported a possibly injured duck on the side of the road on Salem Street. Animal Control Officer was unable to locate. (6:48am)
  • A 2015 Toyota Highlander struck a pole on West Street. No injuries noted. Vehicle towed. Verizon notified. (7:41am)
  • A driver was issued a citation on  Middlesex Avenue, near Shady Lane Drive, for failing to yield at a railroad crossing. (7:47am)
  • Police responded to a minor hit & run in the Market Basket parking lot. Police was eventually able to get in touch with driver at viewing surveillance. Driver was unaware she struck a vehicle. (9:41am)
  • Security at Registry of Motor Vehicles requested extra patrols. RMV is just open to dealerships at the moment, resulting in numerous parties having verbal arguments with staff. (10:25am)
  • A Clark Street caller reported sometime over the past few days, eggs were thrown at her car. (1:39pm)
  • A car struck a parked car on Cushing Drive. Airbag deployed. No injuries noted. (2:01pm)
  • Police assisted Fire Department with a fire in the backyard of a Fairmeadow Road home. MBTA notified and held a train during the response. (10:55pm)

(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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