The following is an excerpt from the Wilmington Police log from Thursday, March 7 to Saturday, March 9.
Thursday, March 7
11:59 a.m.: On Kilmarnock Street, a house alarm was going off and the company spoke to the homeowner who said that no one should be inside the home. Officers secured the house. It appeared that a bird was loose and flying around the house, causing the alarm to go off.
11:25 p.m.: Possible spinout was reported on the I-93 Northbound ramp, called in by a passerby. The crash involved airbag deployment, so State Police were called to the scene along with the Fire Department.
Friday, March 8
1:16 a.m.: An officer at Lucci's requested back up. A Tewksbury woman was taken into protective custody.
8:13 a.m.: A juvenile walked away from Milestone Group Home this morning and walked towards Route 62. Police checked the surrounding area and were unable to locate. A missing person report was dropped off. The juvenile returned at 9:01 a.m.
10:06 a.m.: Police located a vehicle parked on Woburn Street that matched the description of a vehicle involved with recent homebreaks. The vehicle was stuck in the snow and the operator and passenger were in the process of digging it out. A civil citation was issued for possession of Class D drugs.
3:24 p.m.: On West Street, a caller reported that the snow plow driver who was hired to plow a company parking lot was drinking and crashed into company equipment before leaving the scene. A Lowell man was summonsed for operating a motor vehicle with a revoked registration.
8:00 p.m.: Officers investigated a past breaking and entering by speaking with a man on Taplin Ave. Following the conversation, a Billerica man, 22, was summonsed for nighttime breaking and entering for felony, malicious destruction of property greater than $250 and attempting to commit a crime.
Saturday, March 9
10:28 p.m.: At CVS on Main Street, two men were given civil citations for possession of Class D drugs. In addition, one of the men, a Lowell resident, was summonsed for carrying a dangerous weapon.
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