Police Make Multiple Drug and Alcohol Related Arrests
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, August 31 to Tuesday, September 4.
Friday, August 31
6:25 p.m.: William G. McInnis Jr., 18, of 22 Bear Hill Road in Billerica, was arrested for operating with a suspended license for OUI, driving with no inspection sticker, and number plate violation.
8:55 p.m.: Following a domestic incident on Nassau Ave., a 51-year-old Wilmington man was arrested for assault and battery.
9:35 p.m.: Police arrested Steven R. Parisi, 31, of 30 Oregon Road in Tewksbury, for possession to distribute Class D drugs, miscellaneous motor vehicle equipment violation, and possession of Class D drugs.
11:44 p.m.: On the off ramp of I-93 North, Jason R. Little, 32, of 48 Waverly Place, Apt. 5 in Melrose, was arrested for possession of Class B drugs.
Saturday, September 1
12:19 a.m.: A Clinton Street caller reported an altercation. The Fire Department responded and transported one party to Lahey Clinic. A Clinton Street resident was summonsed on the charge of assault and battery.
1:05 a.m.: On Cunningham Street, police arrested Brian J. Fitzpatrick, 20, of 31 Ballardvale Street in Wilmington for operating under the influence of liquor, marked lanes violation, speeding, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, and possession of liquor under 21 years old. Two Wilmington residents, both 19 years old, were charged with underage possession of liquor.
1:09 a.m.: Michael McCarthy, 48, of 16 Bond Street in Tewksbury, was arrested on Dorchester Street for operating under the influence of liquor third offense and speeding.
11:49 p.m.: A caller reported witnessing an erratic operator who pulled into the Hess Express, vomited and sped off towards Tewksbury and went through red lights. No officer to respond at the time, and Tewksbury Police were notified.
Sunday, September 2
4:32 p.m.: Motorcycle crash reported on Andover Street with vehicle crashing into the woods. Police spoke with the operator who checked OK and refused medical treatment. The driver said he lost control of the bike, but no damage was observed to anything in the area.
7:07 p.m.: On Lords Court, a resident asked to speak with an officer about finding a butcher knife in their yard. Police took possession of the knife, though it's unknown how long it has been there for.
Monday, September 3
9:58 a.m.: A Sewell Road caller reported that sometime overnight his 18-speed mountain bike, valued at about $100, was stolen.
11:48 a.m.: A caller reported that on Friday, August 31, her Apple iPhone 3g was stolen while she was at the Registry of Motor Vehicles at about 12:30 p.m. The phone has a purple striped cover and is valued at $230.
Tuesday, September 4
2:19 a.m.: Off with a motorcycle in the lot of Rite Aid. The owner was en route to pick up the motorcycle. The operator claims he was knocked off the bike by a Honda Civic operated by a female party. He declined medical attention.
6:58 a.m.: On South Street, a vehicle's tires were flattened overnight. It appeared the air was let out of the tires, but no damage was done to the vehicle otherwise. The incident happened some time after 8:30 p.m. the previous night, possibly involving someone upset about the parking situation.
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