POLICE LOG for September 30: Resident Accidently Fires Gun; Driver Served Summons; More Stolen Catalytic Converters & Dead Seagulls

WILMINGTON, MA — Below are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log from Friday, September 30, 2022:
  • Douglas Paul Emar (38, Tewksbury) was served a summons for Marked Lanes Violation; Improper Operation Of A Motor Vehicle; and Operating A Motor Vehicle With A Suspended License. (8:22am)
  • A caller reported an accidental discharge of firearm. Bullet went through a wall. No injuries. (11:02am)
  • Catalytic converters were taken off a Lowell St. company’s vehicles recently, possibly last Wednesday. (12:01pm)
  • Animal Control Officer removed a deceased seagull from the Target parking lot. (2:44pm)
  •  A Market Basket employee reported a group of 5-6 males were talking around back room. When confronted, they left the area. They may be associated with the group of cars that hang out in the parking lot. Individuals were gone upon police arrival. Police advised manager and provided no trespass forms to fill out.

(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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