The following is an excerpt from the Wilmington Police log from Monday, September 24 to Tuesday, September 25.
Thursday, September 27
4:28 p.m.: Medical aid was requested for a woman on Grand Street with multiple dog bites. One dog was secured in the house and two were secured in the yard. The Fire Department transported the woman to Lahey Clinic and the husband came home to secure the dogs.
Friday, September 28
3:00 a.m.: A caller at Market Basket reported that pumpkins were taken out of a bin behind the store and smashed. Several empty bread containers were knocked over as well.
10:32 a.m.: On Cedar Street, a resident reports someone broke into her house through the bathroom window between 9-10:30 a.m. The resident was advised to wait outside for an officer. Police reported that entry was not gained to the home.
1:02 p.m.: Morse Ave. residents report that a wire is arching and the tree it is touching is smoking. The Fire Department arrived at the scene and Reading Municipal Light Department was notified of the problem.
5:27 p.m.: A three-car motor vehicle crash with airbag deployment was reported at the intersection of Glen Road and Middlesex Ave. A New Hampshire man received a criminal application for failure to yield and operating a vehicle without liability insurance.
Saturday, September 29
9:35 p.m.: According to a caller at Commercial Condos on Jewel Drive, the business and trucks were entered sometime overnight and items were taken.
6:12 p.m.: On Main Street, a caller reported a white male in his 30s staggering as he is walking on the sidewalk. Police located the man inside Walgreens. He is in the custody of his uncle who returned him home.
Sunday, September 30
12:11 a.m.: A male party was reported down on the side of Aldrich Road. Police transported the male to his residence. He vomited in the back seat of the cruiser on the way.
7:12 p.m.: Inside Royal Dynasty, a female party was involved in a verbal altercation. The vehicle involving the party was secured in the lot and a 41-year-old Wilmington woman was taken into protective custody.
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