r Police will serve a no-trespass order to a man who was yelling at an elderly woman at Dunkin' Donuts. Police received a report at 4 p.m.
r Eight females were arrested at 6:30 p.m. following a report of a large group fighting on Cabot Street. There was no fight when police responded, but Patrolmen Robert Cunningham and Kevin St. Pierre had received reports of a green car with a smashed-out back window chasing two other cars around the neighborhood. Police found the green car, a 1996 Mazda 626, on Lafayette Street near Hancock Street. The occupants told police someone threw a microwave dish through the window.
While police looked for the culprit's vehicle, police received new calls of women fighting on Cabot Street. Police had already moved a group of girls earlier while they were searching for the vehicles.
When police arrived at the scene a second time, a woman told police girls from Lynn were trying to fight her daughter. She said the girls took off running when they saw the police come. Cunningham, St. Pierre and Sgt. Andrew Dacy stopped the girls and realized they were the same girls from before. Police at the scene were told by the officer in charge the station has been receiving numerous calls about the girls. Police arrested all the girls and charged them each with disturbing the peace. Those arrested include Tyamoriah P. Nash, 17, of 434 Essex St., Salem; Marissa M. Peterson, 17, of 1 Carol Way, Salem; Geneva M. Scott, 20, of 362 Chatham St., Lynn; Alyssa A. Todd, 17, of 20 Sagamore St., Lynn; and four juveniles.
r A home on Roslyn Street was reported broken into at 10:30 p.m. by the homeowner.
r Salem police Sgt. Harry Rocheville and Patrolman Dennis King of the department's Community Impact Unit made five arrests following their patrol of the Salem Willows. The patrols came after residents complained of quality-of-life issues, including loud and rowdy groups in the park after closing hours, cars racing, and illegal activity.