Police Log: BB Gun Shots and Poisoned Meat
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, January 25 to Sunday, January 27.
Friday, January 25
8:12 a.m.: The manager at Firestone on Main Street reported that someone shot a BB gun through a window sometime during the night.
8:59 a.m.: An anonymous caller at the Main Street Shell Station reported a male and female in a white Chevy Blazer possibly doing illegal drugs. Officers found nothing related to the call when they arrived.
10:06 p.m.: On Lowell Street and Commonwealth Ave., a driver was given field sobriety tests and passed. A citation was given for marked lanes violation and a small amount of Class D and drug paraphernalia was confiscated for destruction.
Saturday, January 26
4:35 p.m.: On Glen Road, a caller reported that two teenage males were standing in the front yard of a tan house and appeared to be holding hand guns. One was wearing a trench coat and the other was in a black suit.
4:42 p.m.: While inside Colonial Park Liquors, a caller reported that someone backed into his vehicle and fled the scene. The incident was unwitnessed and no description was known of the other vehicle.
4:56 p.m.: Police followed up with two parties who matched the description of the call from Glen Road. An officer spoke with the juvenile at the location was said he and his friends were filming a movie and were in the front yard.
11:04 p.m.: A caller on Brattle Street reported that three males were fighting in front of his house. They were gone on police arrival.
Sunday, January 27
1:27 a.m.: State Police transferred a 911 caller, but nothing could be heard on the line but clicking. A party on Shawsheen Ave. reported being assaulted by a black male who is the passenger of an older vehicle headed towards the nearby plaza. The person was transported to Winchester Hospital.
5:07 p.m.: Calling from Manor Drive, a resident said he found chunks of frozen meat that he believes to be poisoned on his property.
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