Police Log: Assault With a Bat and a Body on the Tracks
The following is an excerpt from the Wilmington Police log. Where charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
The following is an excerpt from the Wilmington Police log from Friday, July 20 to Sunday, July 22.
Friday, July 20
8:23 a.m.: On Middlesex Ave., a resident reported that someone attempted to break into his house for a third time. The man noticed his back door was tampered with this morning and said the incidents occurred twice in the past while he was at home. The man told police he has an alarm system and cameras were being installed that day.
6:42 p.m.: A caller reported that his father was attempting to retrieve their dog and was stuck in the pond off of Burlington Ave., struggling to get out. The Fire Department responded to the scene and the man was helped out of the water.
11:10 p.m.: Employees at Simard's reported two people on foot at the drive-through harassing staff members. The parties left the area in a black vehicle, which left heading towards Tewksbury.
Saturday, July 21
1:48 p.m.: Medical aid was requested on Sheridan Road for a 33-year-old male who overdosed on drugs, but the involved party fled from the location. After police requested help of area police, officers located the man on Thrush Road. The man was transported to Winchester for an evaluation.
6:03 p.m.: An employee at Dunkin' Donuts on Lowell Street complained that the occupants of a party bus were urinating behind the business. The bus left heading towards I-93 and was gone on police arrival.
7:25 p.m.: On Eames Street, a commuter rail driver reported that a white male was lying on the ground unresponsive as the train drove by. Officers from Wilmington and Woburn searched, but found nothing. All incoming trains were ordered to stop before arriving in the area. Officers located a male fitting the description police were looking for walking down Main Street. MBTA police confirmed that it was the individual who was on the tracks, and he was transported to North Station by transit police.
9:48 p.m.: After a traffic stop on Burlington Ave. for an expired inspection, the passenger of the car was arrested. Michael Kwame Harvey, 37, of 55 Hammond Street, Apt. 817 in Boston, was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
10:02 p.m.: A female on Avalon Drive said she took pills, and then left in an unknown direction. The woman cut her own neck with a knife during an altercation. The knife was taken away and she grabbed a handful of pills, some of which are believed to be vicodin, before running out the door. The missing woman made contact and was not in possession of the medication at the time.
Sunday, July 22
1:42 p.m.: A black Corvette with a male party inside of it was parked in front of a house on Kendall Street. Craig R. Harrigan, 38, of 2 Saint Mary's Lane in Salem, N.H., was arrested for an outstanding warrant.
4:20 p.m.: Police received a call for a domestic incident in progress, an assault and batter with a baseball bat. The female involved was located by Malden Police. Kimberly Elwell, 28, of 27 Vernon Street in Malden, was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.
7:34 p.m.: Reports came in of a one-vehicle crash on Aldrich Road involving a motorcycle. Police reported the man had severe lacerations to his head and an altered mental status. MedFlight was unavailable at the time. The man was transported to Lahey Clinic by ambulance.
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