Wednesday, Nov. 20
10:07 a.m. Police received a report from Conservation Commission that a car and trailer on Magazine Road were parked on conservation land. An officer reported he made contact with the owner who agreed to move the vehicles.
2:34 p.m. Officers stopped a vehicle on I-93 South for an expired inspection sticker.
Dinelson Delacruz, 45 Atkinson, Lawrence, was arrested for possession with intent to distribute a Class A drug, trafficking in cocaine and conspiracy to violate drug law.
Fransheska Paulino, 21 Annis Street, Metheun, was arrested for conspiracy to violate drug law and being present where heroin is kept.
5:49 p.m. A caller on Tacoma Street reported an ongoing issue with neighborhood kids going onto her property and knocking on her door then running away. The responding officer spoke with the reporting party who agreed to attempt to resolve the issue with her neighbors children on her own.
Thursday, Nov. 21
8:38 a.m. An anonymous caller reported loud music being played from a construction site in the area. An officer spoke with the foreman who agreed to turn down the music.
3:37 p.m. Police received a call reporting a male wearing a fur coat and hat seen in the area of Upton Drive frequently was carrying bags into the woods. Officers located the individual, a hunter, and advised him of town bylaw. He agreed to return the next day to take down his tree stand.
8:15 p.m. Police received report of a yellow moped being operated with no lights near Sunrise Market on Main Street. An officer spoke with the individual driving the moped and advised him not to operated the vehicle on the sidewalk and to use lights.
10:42 p.m. Police received a call reporting two people having a conversation and walking behind the complex between NAPA and Wilmington Builders. The caller also reported an older model black and red pickup truck left Wilmington Builders with its lights off heading down Middlesex Avenue toward the common. An officer located the vehicle on the train tracks between Clark Street and Main Street. The officer located two pieces of track in the bed of the truck. They were returned and both parties were advised not to trespass on railroad property and scrap metal even if it appears to be extra track.