Police Log: Brass Knuckles and an Intentional Crash
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 Sunday, February 17, to Tuesday, February 19.
Sunday, February 17
6:17 a.m.: A vehicle crashed into a rock at Analog Devices on Woburn Street. The vehicle was towed but no one was injured.
6:31 a.m.: Police received a report of a vehicle on its roof on Andover Street. Daniel C. Morse Jr., 28, of 862 Fells Way, Medford, was arrested and charged with operating under the influence of liquor.
2:17 p.m.: Dispatch received a call about an ongoing issue on Lords Court between neighbors. The caller reported that the neighbor has been putting cigarettes out on his lawn.
7:17 p.m.: Returning home from being gone since the previous morning, a Taft Road resident reported footprints in the snow going around his home. The resident spoke with a neighbor, who came over to check something at the house.
Monday, February 18
6:59 a.m.: On Lords Court, a resident reported he found pieces of chicken in his back yard. He stated he has been having problems with his neighbor.
9:11 a.m.: Police were called to Lowell Street for a minor motor vehicle crash where a driver struck a hydrant. The responding officer requested the Fire Department for a mental evaluation as the driver purposely tried to strike a tree.
Tuesday, February 19
7:03 a.m.: At Federal Express on Ballardvale, an employee was caught stealing items. The party will be summonsed for larceny.
10:56 a.m.: On Main Street, a three to four car crash with unknown injuries was reported.
2:42 p.m.: A knife and brass knuckle combination was removed from a vehicle on Route 62 and returned to the station for destruction.
3:02 p.m.: Larceny of several pieces of jewelry was reported on Salem Street.
5:35 p.m.: A calling party reported she requested $20 worth of gas at Super Petroleum and the attendant pumped $35 worth of gas and is requesting payment.
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