POLICE LOG for July 5: Robbery At Gunpoint; Train Gates Malfunction At North Wilmington Station; Car vs. Tree; Car vs. Street Sign; Car vs. Fence

WILMINGTON, MA — Below are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log from Tuesday, July 5, 2022:
  • An Amherst Road caller reported fence was damaged over the weekend. Police responded. Fence appeared to be struck by a bicycle. (8:16am)
  • Train gates at North Wilmington station came down on vehicle after train already went through. Driver pulled into Elia’s to await police response. Keolis and MBTA Police notified and enroute. Police confirmed marks of paint transfer on hood of vehicle. Owner will attempt to remove paint. (10:17am)
  • Driver struck a town-owned tree on Middlesex Avenue, near St. Thomas Church. AAA tow requested. Driver given citation for hands free law violation. (12:41pm)
  • A car struck a street sign at Main Street and Mass Avenue. (2:13pm)
  • Lifeguard supervisor reported 2 male youths defecated on the floor of the bathrooms at Town Beach. Bathrooms were cleaned. (4:16pm)
  • A caller reported a robbery at gunpoint on Andover Street. Suspect described as a white male with short height and navy blue t-shirt. He showed a black handgun. A cell phone and ring were stolen. (6:01pm)
  • A caller reported 3 of his tires were slashed on Jewel Drive. (7:50pm)

(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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