Saturday, Oct. 5
10:15 a.m.- A caller reported a vehicle was tailgating her on I-93, pulled in front of her, slammed on the brakes, pulled up next to her and threw something at her vehicle.
The male then got out of his vehicle and yelled at her when they got off the route 62 exit from I-93.
The caller described the operator as a bald male wearing a tan t-shirt and jeans.
The caller reported she followed the vehicle and last saw it in the area of Concord Street and Federal Street. The caller was advised an officer would check the area for the vehicle and she could respond to the station to speak to an officer because she had already left the area.
Officers checked the area but could not locate the vehicle in question.
4:59 p.m.- A Congress Street resident reported a Hyundai Sonata stopped in front of his neighbor's house and took several photos of the house and then left the area. Officers checked the area, but the vehicle was gone on arrival.
11:54 p.m.- Police received multiple reports of a tall male, wearing blue jeans and a black shirt with DKNY on it in the middle of the intersection throwing a bike. The individual also punched a vehicle that was stopped at the intersection. Officers located the individual and the Wilmington resident was placed in protective custody.
Sunday, Oct. 6
12:40 a.m.- Officers responded reports that a car had crashed into a hence on Lake Street. Michael Edward Shipka, 970 Main Street Apt. 7, Tewksbury, was arrested for operating under the influence of liquor, leaving the scene of property damage, marked lanes violation and possession of liquor by a person under 21.
1:05 a.m.- Police received report from an employee at CVS of a female shoplifter. An officer stopped the vehicle in question on the Richmond Street bridge. One item was recovered from the individual. A no trespass letter was served to the female, and no further charges were filed.
12:04 p.m.- A caller on Forest Street reported his wallet with ID and badge were returned to him at his workplace by an individual who found the wallet on the 93 South ramp from Lowell Street Saturday morning at around 7 a.m. The caller stated $30 was missing from the wallet and he believed his vehicle was locked overnight but had to have been entered sometime Friday into Saturday.