POLICE LOG for February 13: OUI Arrest, Vehicle’s Computer Hacked, Injured Coyote

WILMINGTON, MA — Below are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log from Saturday, February 13, 2021:
  • Police gave a driver a verbal warning for parking in the fire lane outside Target. (9:15am)
  • Police assisted with a motor vehicle lockout with the vehicle running in Elia’s parking lot. (9:43am)
  • Police received reports of an injured coyote in the roadway in the Heather Drive/Freeport Drive area. Police were unable to locate. (3:35pm)
  • Michael G. Ciampa (35, North Andover) was arrested for OUI Liquor, Negligent Operation Of Motor Vehicle, Speeding, Operating A Motor Vehicle With A Suspended License, and Possession Of Open Container Of Alcohol In Motor Vehicle. Police received reports of Ciampa speeding on Horseshoe Lane, nearly striking a vehicle head on, swerving, and getting stuck in the snow. (4:48pm)
  • A caller reported she believes someone hacked into her new vehicle’s computer and is causing it not to operate. (6:56pm)
  • Police assisted Lowell Police in attempting to locate domestic A&B suspect. Suspect was pinging in the Burger King area, but police were unable to locate. (8:02pm)

(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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