The following is an excerpt from the Wilmington Police log from Monday, October 8 to Tuesday, October 9.
Monday, October 8
2:08 p.m.: On Hamlin Lane, a caller reported that she was taking care of a friend’s cat. The cat became very aggressive and got outside. The resident reported that the cat was in the woods by the residence but was too aggressive for her to get. The Animal Control Officer was notified.
2:46 p.m.: A delivery person locked himself out of his vehicle on Jere Road.
3:44 p.m.: An 86-year-old resident on Deming Way fell. Fire Department personnel arrived at the scene, but the patient refused treatment.
7:16 p.m.: Calling from the intersection of Shawsheen Ave. and Hopkins Street, a driver reported an erratic operator who was driving on the wrong side of the road. Officers were unable to locate the vehicle.
Tuesday, October 9
12:27 a.m.: On I-93, a caller reported a possible fire near Exit 38. The Fire Department and State Police were notified. The caller reported that it was possibly an orange light. Officers checked the area and found nothing.
11:43 a.m.: An employee at Lowell Five Bank on Main Street called on behalf of an elderly gentleman who is getting suspicious calls asking him to transfer money. No crime has been committed at this time. The party is still receiving calls but has not given any money. Officers followed the party to his house and attempted to retrieve the phone numbers of the callers.
12:11 p.m.: While leaving a soccer game in Lowell last week, a caller reported that another woman intentionally slammed on her brakes. The woman then used an obscene hand gesture towards the caller. The caller wanted the incident logged due to past issues between the daughters of the two involved parties and she is concerned for future issues.
9:07 p.m.: Following a traffic stop on Dublin Ave., a 19-year-old Wilmington man was summonsed for possession of a dangerous weapon and given a citation for possession of Class D drugs.
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