POLICE LOG for September 18: Wife Kicks Husband Out Over Online Purchase; SUV Strikes Shed; Truck Vandalized; Parking Signs Stolen

WILMINGTON, MA — Below are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log from Saturday, September 18, 2021:
  • A red 2013 Nissan Pathfinder struck a fence on Chestnut Street. No injuries. (8:41am)
  • Police notified DPW to cut brush on Dublin Avenue as it blocks the sightline of Main Street. (9:29am)
  • A caller reported 3 reserved parking signs and a handicap parking sign were taken from a Main Street location. (9:32am)
  • A caller reported that sometime last night, his truck was egged and its tailgate was damaged on Church Street. (10:17am)
  • A caller reported his wife got mad at him last night about an item he bought online. She threw all his stuff outside and told him to leave. He brought his things back inside and when he arrived home today, she started yelling at him to leave again. Police responded. Man left with a friend and will retrieve his vehicle at another time. (4:22pm)
  • A black 2021 Honda Pilot struck a shed on Andover Street. Caller reported the driver was having a seizure. Driver was transported to hospital. Vehicle towed. (6:10pm)

(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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