Thursday, Oct. 10
8:31 a.m. An individual came into the police station to report her vehicle was parked and secured on Lowell Street when she found her window had been smashed in and her pocketbook was stolen from the back seat. The pocketbook contained approximately $800 cash.
5:24 p.m. An officer made a vehicle stop on Wildwood Street. James Colarusso, 39 Nathan Road, Wilmington was arrested for operating under the influence of liquor (second offense), negligent operation of a motor vehicle and failure to stop or yield.
5:33 p.m. A caller on Salem Street reported a male and female walking into the woods in the area of Benevento Sand and Stone carrying a firearm. The responding officer located the two individuals, escorted them back to the road and advised them of firearm/projectile laws. They were sent on their way.
Friday, Oct. 11
9:33 a.m.- Officers reponsed to a motor vehicle crash with injuries at 411 Main St. A passenger in one vehicle was not wearing a seatbelt and transported to Lahey Clinic with injuries.
4 p.m.- A caller on Washington Avenue believed a high powered BB gun was fired at his roof, but was unable to see any damage.
6:07 p.m.- A caller on Chesnut Street reported a suspicious male in the neighborhood that had approached him asking questions about the children in the neighborhood. The individual was described as 5'10, approximately 35 years old, bald and wearing shorts with a dark colored tank top. Woburn and Burlington PD were also notified. The individual was not found.
8:24 p.m.- A caller reported 20 minutess ago she exited 1-93 southbound onto Rt. 125 when a car came up behind her and was beeping the horn. A male then exited the vehicle and approached here and she noticed the male was carrying a black gun and she immediately left the area. The individual's vehicle was described as either an older model Ford Taurus either silver or light gold. The male individual was described as having sandy blonde hair, approximately 5'10 with a goatee and wearing jeans. Officers checked the area but the individual was gone on arrival.