Police Log: Loose Dogs and a Home 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 Monday, December 17, to Tuesday, December 18.
Monday, December 17
1:22 a.m.: An officer reported a past motor vehicle crash over the overpass at I-93 on Woburn Street. There was damage do the guardrail and a license plate found at the scene. The officer will respond to the homeowner’s house to contact them later in the morning.
5:27 a.m.: A caller on Industrial Way reported that a party witnessed a theft of metal piping from his storage area.
8:11 a.m.: Calling from West Street, a resident reported that someone drove over their lawn on the property and may have attempted to enter a landscaping vehicle parked at the property. There was no entry to the vehicle, but there were footprints in the snow around the vehicle and damage to the lawn of the property.
3:03 p.m.: Possible illegal dumping occurred in the area of Hillcrest Street. Trash was left at one home in the area.
10:22 p.m.: On Woburn Street, a caller reported that he received a call from his daughter who reported someone was attempting to break into the home. The responding officer reported that a vehicle traveled up the driveway and damaged the stairway and vinyl siding.
Tuesday, December 18
8:43 a.m.: A caller on Woburn Street in Andover reported that her dog has been missing for two days. The dog is a 50-pound black and yellow hound mix wearing a sweater and a fleece jacket. The caller lives just over the town line and wanted Wilmington residents to be on the lookout.
1:10 p.m.: An Aldrich Road resident reported a loose puppy on her property. The Animal Control Officer picked up the puppy, a shepard mix, and brought it to the Andover Animal Hospital’s pound.
6:40 p.m.: A Somersworth, N.H., man was summonsed for threatening to commit a crime after making threats against his mother.
6:42 p.m.: Police received a report of credit card fraud. A Methuen woman was summonsed for credit card fraud great than $250.
7:43 p.m.: A male party on Jacquith Road reported that there were two vehicles parked outside his residence with about four males making threats to one another. Prior to the officers’ arrival, the vehicles dispersed.
8:39 p.m.: Police received a call from a Chestnut Street resident who said his house was broken into in the last three hours. He said the back door was busted in and there were items missing inside.
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