Police Log: Pedestrian Struck and Liquor Store 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, November 19 to Wednesday, November 21.
Monday, November 19
2:02 a.m.: Officers checked Eames Street for a possible train derailment. The Fire Department was informed of a road closure. No response was needed, just cement cargo was spilled.
8:09 a.m.: A caller on New Hampshire Road reported that one of her outdoor cats was struck by a vehicle and she needed assistance picking the cat up. The Animal Control Officer helped pick the cat up and the owner brought it to the vet.
12:09 p.m.: Police received a call for a car versus pedestrian on Middlesex Ave. near Elia's Country Store. A compound fracture of the victim's right ankle was suspected.
Tuesday, November 20
6:56 a.m.: A delivery truck lost its load of wood onto the roadway on Adelaide Street. The operator was given a warning for an unsecured load.
11:47 a.m.: On the I-93 South ramp on Concord Street, a tractor trailer unit was involved in a crash with a pick up truck. One of the operators involved was issued a citation for failure to grant right of way.
Wednesday, November 21
3:44 a.m.: Dispatch received a broken glass burglar alarm from Main Street Liquors. The K-9 Unit responded and checked all side streets in the area and the train tracks. Police issued a be on the lookout for a white male with plack pants anda light colored sweatshirt for suspected breaking and entering, though it was unknown if any merchandise had been taken.
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