POLICE LOG for September 18: Market Basket Customer Causes Scene; Teens Driving Erratically On Dirt Bikes

WILMINGTON, MA — Below are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log from Sunday, September 18, 2022:
  • A caller reported an injured fox laying on the shore of Silver Lake. (9:45am)
  • A caller reported a deceased seagull on the beach in front of the bath house. (10:16am)
  • A Woburn Street resident reported missing jewelry. (12:18pm)
  • A Denault Drive caller reported receiving threats on Instagram. (1:01pm)
  • Fire Department responded to mulch fire outside Dunkin’ on Ballardvale Street. (2:04pm)
  • A caller reported juveniles on dirt bikes driving erratically in traffic at Main Street and Church Street, running red lights and doing wheelies. Police were unable to locate. (3:12pm)
  • Market Basket employee reported a disturbance with a customer at checkout.  Customer was told he couldn’t go in a particular line due to the number of items he had. Customer got belligerent and swore at employees. Police responded. Customer then checked out without incident and was sent on his way. Customer was notified of his license status and had a friend come pick him up and retrieve his vehicle. (3:19pm)
  • A car struck a pole and mailbox on Middlesex Avenue. (4:43pm)

(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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