Police Log: Salem Street Crash and Eviction Issues

The following information was supplied by the Wilmington Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

The following is an excerpt from the Wilmington Police log from Wednesday, January 9, to Thursday, January 10.

Wednesday, January 9

8:46 a.m.: The Animal Control Officer went to a Grove Ave. home to deliver a 10-day order of quarantine due to a cat biting the owner's child, as referred by the school nurse.

9:56 a.m.: Police received multiple calls for a motor vehicle crash on Salem Street. The railroad crossing signs were damaged during the crash. Both vehicles were towed and a small amount of Class D drugs was confiscated from one of the cars.

12:04 p.m.: An Avalon Oaks resident who was evicted yesterday was observed by maintenance workers inside the building. The female party was located, her keys were retrieved, and she was notified that if she returns, she will be trespassing.

3:30 p.m.: On Middlesex Ave., the owner of a property said they are in the process of evicting a resident. The landlord fears the resident may damage her property in retaliation and wanted extra patrols in the area.

6:29 p.m.: State Police reported a brush fire south of Exit 39 on I-93 South. The fire was at mile marker 31.8 and a Massachusetts DOT worker extinguished it with snow.

7:46 p.m.: Dylan T. Langone, 17, of 34 Burnap Street, Wilmington, was arrested and charged with assault and battery.

Thursday, January 10

8:08 a.m.: A neighbor on South Street reported that the front door of a vacant house is open. Officers reported that the door was secured, but there is a burst pipe in the basement and the water will be shut off to the home.

6:23 p.m.: Police received a call about an irate customer at CVS on Main Street. There was a disagreement between the nurse practitioner and the customer trying to get a flu shot for her daughter. They have left for the evening.

For questions about this blotter, email wilmington@patch.com.


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