POLICE LOG for January 25: Customer Vandalized Car Wash Hoses; School Bus Breaks Down; Driver Issued Summons

WILMINGTON, MA — Below are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log from Tuesday, January 25, 2022:
  • Burlington Avenue homeowner advised not to push snow into the roadway. She agreed to clean it up. (6:46am)
  • Police received complaint of disturbing the peace at construction site on Hopkins Street. At 6:50am, the general contractor started and moved the excavator. Log entry made and passed along to Conservation & Planning Department. (7:35am)
  • Javier Orlando Patino Findlaly (47, North Andover) was issued a summons for Unlicensed Operation Of A Motor Vehicle and Using An Electronic Device While Operating A Motor Vehicle (1st Offense). (8:40am)
  • Resident reported to DPW that there are tire tracks leading to a fire hydrant knocked over on Chestnut Street. (8:46am)
  • Triton Car Wash employee reported a customer that used the self service wash bay tore off some hoses. Caller stated he had security footage of the incident. (11:53am)
  • Dunkin’ employee reported an intoxicated man in the store whom staff wants sent on his way. Police responded and were unable to locate. (12:18pm)
  • Police notified Water Department of water main break on Sparhawk Drive. (2:22pm)
  • A school bus became disabled on Denault Drive. Police assisted as North Reading Transportation had students transported to a different bus. Bus towed. (2:48pm)
  • An Uber driver reported a passenger was making verbal threats towards him outside of Mayflower Detox on Middlesex Avenue. Police responded. Staff from facility will assist with making accommodations for passenger to leave. (5:47pm)
  • Police assisted with SWAT callout in Lowell. (6:39pm)

(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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