WILMINGTON, MA — Here are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for Thursday, September 20, 2018:Stephanie N. Tenters (29, Billerica) was issued a summons for Operating A Motor Vehicle With A Suspended or Revoked License and Failure To Notify RMV of Name/Address Change. (1:38pm)Police received report that a small piece of toilet paper was lit on fire in the high school bathroom near the event entrance, causing an odor. No need for fire alarm activation. Toilet paper is out and fire department is aware. (1:54pm)Fire Department responded to rig fire at Benevento Sand & Stone on Salem Street. No injuries noted. (3:19pm)Police placed a 51-year-old Wilmington man in protective custody. He was staggering in the roadway at Main Street and Kirk Street, appearing intoxicated. (6:41pm)Police received report of an erratic operator who almost caused a head-on collision by driving in the wrong lane on Ballardvale Street. Police spoke with operator and gave him a verbal warning for a marked lanes violation. (10:17pm)(DISCLAIMER: This information is public information. An arrest does not constitute a conviction. Any arrested person is innocent until proven guilty.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email email@example.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedPOLICE LOG for August 17: Parking & Traffic Issues; Lost Wallet; Brush FireIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for July 1: Man Arrested For OUI (Drugs); Resident Taps Into & Damages Fire HydrantIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for August 5: Driver Throws Beer Bottles; Syringe Found; Woburn Man Issued Summons; Texting While DrivingIn “Police Log”
Consumer and technology stocks, including Amazon, led gains on Wall Street on Tuesday, while a perceived win by Democrat Hillary Clinton in Monday’s first presidential debate gave broader support to equities.The S&P 500 technology sector rallied 1.15 percent, powered by a 1.85 percent gain in Microsoft and a 1.08 percent rise in Facebook.Amazon.com jumped 2.12 percent and the consumer discretionary index gained 0.99 percent after a report showed that the consumer confidence index for September rose to its highest level in nine years.Following the first of three presidential debates on Monday, Republican candidate Donald Trump vowed to hit Clinton harder after she put him on the defensive. With six weeks until the November 8 vote, some investors see the neck-and-neck contest sparking volatility in sectors including health insurers, drugmakers and industrials.”From a market perspective, rightly or wrongly, there is an understanding that Mrs. Clinton would be a safe pair of hands, that there’s very little uncertainty there,” said Brad McMillan, chief investment officer for Commonwealth Financial in Waltham, Massachusetts.Still, shares of private prison operators Corrections Corp and Geo Group fell 7.39 percent and 3.82 percent respectively after Clinton criticized states’ use of for-profit prisons during the debate.In their first increases in three sessions, the Dow Jones industrial average rose 0.74 percent to end at 18,228.3 points and the S&P 500 gained 0.64 percent to 2,159.93.The Nasdaq Composite added 0.92 percent to 5,305.71.The increase in the consumer confidence index also boosted shares of Coca-Cola Co, up 1.28 percent, and Nike, which rose 1.73 percent.”Consumer stocks seem to be catching a bit after having a hard time for probably a month or two,” said Mark Spellman, portfolio manager at Alpine Funds in New York.Oil prices plunged 3 percent as hopes for a deal to cut output faded at major producers meeting in Algeria. The S&P 500 energy index fell 0.46 percent.Gilead Sciences was the top drag on the S&P and the Nasdaq, falling 1.70 percent after Leerink downgraded the drugmaker’s stock to “market perform.”Advancing issues outnumbered declining ones on the NYSE by a 1.42-to-1 ratio; on Nasdaq, a 1.92-to-1 ratio favoured advancers.The S&P 500 posted 12 new 52-week highs and 2 new lows; the Nasdaq Composite recorded 82 new highs and 34 new lows.About 6.2 billion shares changed hands on U.S. exchanges, below the 6.9 billion daily average for the past 20 trading days, according to Thomson Reuters data.
Officer-in-charge of Sreepur police station Asaduzzaman said the cattle-laden human hauler crashed into the auto-rickshaw carrying five schoolboys at noon while returning home after sitting for a model examination, leaving the duo killed on the spot and three others injured. The deceased are Siam, 12, son of Shahjahan Miah, and Shihab, 12, son of Nazrul Islam of Doyaibari village in the upazila. Two primary school students were killed and three others injured when a human hauler hit an auto-rickshaw at Shahjahanpur in Sreepur upazila on Tuesday, reports UNB. The injured were taken to Sreepur Upazila Health Complex. Both of them are Class-V students of Doyaibari Madhyapara Govt Primary School. They were supposed to appear in this year’s Primary Education Completion (PEC) examination.
At least four people were killed and 25 others injured in a road accident at Mokamtala in Shibganj upazila of Bogra district on early Wednesday.The deceased are Abdul Zabbar, 55, son of a certain Bhola Mia of Harirampur village in Shibganj, Ashraful Alam, 55, son of Bazlur Rahman of Kurigram, Ram Krisna, 38, of Pirgachha, Monowara Begum, 55, of Gangachara in Rangpur.Shibganj police station officer-in-charge Saif Mahmud said a Kurigram-bound bus from Dhaka hit a roadside tree as its driver lost control over the steering around 5:30am, leaving three passengers dead on the spot, reports UNB.Among the injured, a woman succumbed to her injuries at Gabindaganj Health Complex.Twelve other injured were taken to different local hospitals, the OC added.
Map of India. AFPA wall collapsed during a wedding party in western India, killing 24 people including four children, police said today.Guests had taken shelter from a storm under a tin shack that adjoined the wall when it collapsed late Wednesday, local police officer Anil Tank told AFP.”The wall and a tin shed attached to it at the marriage venue collapsed due to a storm,” said Tank, superintendent of police in Bharatpur, the district of Rajasthan state where the disaster occurred.He said another 26 were injured, 15 of them seriously.The Press Trust of India news agency said there were food stalls set up along the wall for the wedding.Rajasthan is one of India’s most arid states, but suffers frequent dust storms during the hotter months.A heatwave has swept across many parts of India in recent weeks, with temperatures reaching 44 degrees Celsius (111 degrees Fahrenheit) in the capital Delhi.Building collapses are common in India, especially during the annual monsoon season.A massive influx of people to cities in search of jobs and a shortage of cheap housing have fuelled the construction of illegal buildings across the country, often with sub-standard material.Millions also live in dilapidated old buildings that often cave in during heavy rains.