Police Log: Masked Men With Weed? Runaway 'Energy' Balls? Halloween Must Be Close
Oct 12, 2015 08:18AM ● Published by Bill Gilman
Tewksbury Police Headquarters.
- Sunday, Oct. 11, 3:31 a.m. -- Wilmington Police requested help locating a vehicle believed to have been involved in a hit-and-run accident in their town. The license plate of the vehicle came back to a Tewksbury resident. Tewksbury Police located the vehicle in a garage at a home on McCarthy Way. The State Police were notified and were responding to the location.
- Saturday, Oct. 10, 11:50 p.m. -- A Birdie Lane resident called 911 and told Dispatch he believed someone was trying to break into his home. Two officers were sent to the scene and spoke to the man. An officer reported that the man told them he now believed it was his "energy attempting to come back to him."
- Friday, Oct. 9, 8:13 p.m. -- Several 911 calls reported a man in a camouflage hoodie and a mask was jumping out into the street in front of cars on Livingston Street. An officer was sent to the scene, located the man and spoke to him. The officer then requested an ambulance, which took the man to LGH Saints Campus for evaluation. The officer also seized the man's scale, three bags of marijuana and $450. The man was told he could come to Police Headquarters to pick them up when he was feeling better.
- Thursday, Oct. 8, 8:46 p.m. -- An employee from Giovanni's, 2144 Main St., called police to report a missing delivery driver. The caller said the driver had left to make deliveries at 6:45 p.m. and had never returned. The Wilmington Police were notified, as that is where the driver lived. His parents were contacted and said they believed he was at work. Some time later, an officer reported the driver called Giovanni's and told them he would be be in on Friday to return the money.