Monday, August 12
11:37 a.m.: A walk-in party reported that his vehicle was stolen from Cris Towing Service on Andover Street sometime after May 21.
1:30 p.m.: On Mill Road, a resident asked for extra patrols after she stated that a large flower pot was taken off of her deck and two flower pots were taken from her driveway the previous night.
2:13 p.m.: Walking into the station, a Railroad Ave. resident reported that her daughter stole 13 checks and used them at Market Basket. A Wilmington resident was summonsed for forgery of check and uttering a false check.
Tuesday, August 13
9:48 a.m.: At the Main Street Commuter Rail, a person in a wheel chair was stuck on the tracks. All trains were held until the person was able to make it safely across the tracks.
10:26 p.m.: A vehicle was towed from Winchester Family Medical Center on Salem Street due to the wrong plates on the car. Upon towing it to the station, police found a single case of shotgun ammunition during a consent search of the vehicle that was allegedly left by the previous owner.
Wednesday, August 14
9:00 a.m.: Throughout the morning, at least 12 citations or warnings were given on Middlesex Ave. for failure to yield to a pedestrian in a crosswalk.
11:07 a.m.: A Truckee, Calif., resident was summonsed for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, crosswalk violation, and texting while operating a motor vehicle.
4:28 p.m.: Near TJ Maxx on Main Street, a woman flagged down an officer to report that her purse had been stolen. The reporting party used a track for her iPhone showing a stable location in the parking lot of Woodbriar. Police spoke with an employee, who admitted the larceny. An 86-year-old Tewksbury resident was summonsed for larceny from a person.