The following is an excerpt from the Wilmington Police log from Monday, April 22, to Wednesday, April 24.
Monday, April 22
2:15 p.m.: The manager at CVS told police that over the weekend a woman shoplifted from the store several times. The alleged thief is a regular customer at the store and the manager was told to contact police when the woman returns.
3:16 p.m.: Eastern Bank reported a person trying to cash a fraudulent check. Julia DiDonato, 20, of 15 Oakland Ave., Tewksbury, was arrested and charged with forgery of a check, resisting arrest and uttering a false check.
8:24 p.m.: North Reading Police reported fireworks going off in the area of Beniventos. They have an officer checking on their side and requested Wilmington Police have an officer check on that side of town.
Tuesday, April 23
2:12 p.m.: While driving on Rt. 62 a driver said something smashed his windshield. The car was towed from the scene and broken glass was cleaned up.
7:11 p.m.: Walking into the station, a resident said the male driver of a car was striking a female passenger and the woman was screaming for help. Woburn Police located the car in a driveway and spoke to the occupants of the vehicle but neither admitted any wrong doing.
Wednesday, April 24
3:13 p.m.: Police received numerous complaints about a vehicle dumping large rocks in the road on Evergreen Drive. Landscapers were able to retrieve pictures of the vehicle dumping the rocks. Tewksbury Police were notified because the car came back to an address in Tewksbury.
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