Police Log: A Gun Fired and Clothing Bin Broken Into
The following information was supplied by the Wilmington Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
The following is an excerpt from the Wilmington Police log from Friday, November 30 to Monday, December 3.
Friday, November 30
1:47 p.m.: On West Street a caller reported that she left her residence this morning and when she returned she noticed her cellar screen was out of the window and the frame appears damaged. The home checked secure after a walk through with the resident. It appeared the plastic molding fell off, but there was no sign of forced entry.
2:40 p.m.: A resident on Hardin Street reported that a small white vehicle and a brown Toyota pulled up in front of her residence and a package was given from the male party in the white vehicle to the female operator of the other vehicle. The female party gave the man money. Both vehicles were gone on police arrival.
3:07 p.m.: Police were called to Sarafinas Way where a concerned citizen believed he heard gun shots coming from the end of the road. Officers spoke with the homeowner down the street who was discharging his .22 caliber firearm. He was advised of town bylaws regarding the discharge of a firearm.
Saturday, December 1
1:08 a.m.: Focaccia's reported an intoxicated female in the restroom and they were concerned for her well being. The woman was taken into protective custody.
11:24 a.m.: A guest at a residence on Aldrich Road had their bicycle stolen from the front yard sometime after 10 a.m. Also stolen from the home was a large white fridge that was on the curve.
Sunday, December 2
12:39 p.m.: Officers were called to Burger King where a U-Haul was stuck under the drive-thru overhang.
1:23 p.m.: Numerous vehicles were located on Woburn Street with graffitti on them. Six to seven vehicles were tagged, all appeared to be unregistered.
3:34 p.m.: A caller on Concord Street reported a male party rang his doorbell asking to use the phone to call his parents and let him know he is OK. Officers located the man on Concord Street. Several cans of spray paint were taken from the individual, possibly related to previous calls.
Monday, December 3
2:26 a.m.: Out with a minivan occupied by two individuals who appeared to have been going through the clothing bin at Elegant Touch Nails on Main Street. The passenger of the vehicle was summonsed for breaking into a depository and receiving stolen property over $250. Hirondino T. Almeida, 30, of 361 Crescent Street Apt. 3, Brockton, was arrested and charged with breaking into a depository and receiving stolen property greater than $250.
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