POLICE LOG for August 10: Police Arrest 2 & Serve 3 Summonses; Catalytic Converters Stolen

WILMINGTON, MA — Below are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log from Wednesday, August 10, 2022:
  • Box truck at Vivint Solar on Ballarvdale Street had both catalytic converters cut out. (1:59am)
  • Edward Salvator Mitrano (66, Billerica) was arrested on 3 warrants. (3:07am)
  • Matthew Kimball Abbot (46, Tewksbury) was served a summons for Failure To Yield At Intersection and Operating A Motor Vehicle With A Suspended License. (8:01am)
  • Animal Control Officer rescued 2 baby squirrels and transported them to clinic in Arlington. (8:37am)
  • Richard James Kenney, Jr. (35, Burlington) was arrested for Possession Of A Class E Drug; Operating A Motor Vehicle With A Suspended License; Unregistered Motor Vehicle; Uninsured Motor Vehicle; and License Plate Violation (x2). (9:56am)
  • Beth A. Mack (44, Lowell) was served a summons for Uninsured Motor Vehicle. (6:05pm)
  • Gold and ruby ring was found on Town Beach, turned in at Town Hall, and brought to Public Safety Building. (6:49pm)
  • Cheyenne Elizabeth Kisic (19, Bridgeport, CT) was served a summons for Unlicensed Operation Of A Motor Vehicle; Failure To Stop For Police; and Motor Vehicle Lights Violation. (9:15pm)

(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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