A property manager at the Highlands at Dearborn apartment complex told police at 4:02 p.m. that a tenant had been making threats.
A Bartholomew Street man told police that his house had been broken into over the previous weekend, and he suspected a man who'd threatened to kill him.
Police and security officers from Sears and Northshore Mall were called to the Sears store when a man fell asleep in the bathroom at 6:16 p.m.
Edward Doolan, 21, of 3 Boynton St., Swampscott, was arrested at 6:54 p.m. and charged with disorderly conduct and malicious destruction of property over $250. Northshore Mall security officers said he had been hitting cars with a shopping cart.
A police officer scared a possum out of a Wallis Street yard after a resident complained at 7:20 p.m.
Lyn Terese Burnell, 39, of 122 Lowell St. Apt. 2F, Peabody, was arrested at 8:07 p.m. and charged with larceny over $250 after an alleged theft at J.C. Penney.
Someone called police after finding vehicle tracks over a Peabody Veterans Memorial High School practice field and game field at 8:27 p.m. Officers said the damage may have been done by a four-wheeler.
Matthew Prokopovich, 34, of 320 Great Road, Stow, was arrested at 8:29 p.m. and charged with drunken driving and a marked lanes violation after he was pulled over on Newbury Street.
A youth told police that around 7:30 p.m. he'd put his cell phone in a sneaker so he could play soccer on Lowell Street. Someone stole the shoe and the phone.
A woman called police because her Toyota was being followed by a Ford on Lowell Street at 11:32 p.m. The people in the Ford said they were following the Toyota because they thought it was being driven erratically and were about to call the police themselves to warn them of the Toyota.
James Corrado, 37, of 38 Pond St. Apt. 1, Beverly, was arrested at 12:42 a.m. and charged with driving with a suspended license (subsequent offense) and defective equipment after his Dodge was stopped on Northend Street.
At 2:43 a.m., an ambulance took an "out-of-control" woman to Salem Hospital. Police said they would summons her to court on an assault and battery charge.
A woman said she'd found a female dog abandoned in a crate in the woods near Murdock Drive. The dog had no food or water and appeared to have recently given birth. The woman said she couldn't keep the dog because she'd just adopted two kittens. Police took the dog to an animal clinic for adoption.
A Beacon Street man was right when he thought a Volvo was suspicious. Police said it had been stolen from Rowley. The car, discovered at 4:30 p.m., did not seem to have been damaged.
An officer working a road detail on the Hall Whitaker Bridge said a car passed over the double yellow line at 12:20 p.m. to pass another vehicle, nearly running that car into the side of the bridge. The driver was asked why he passed and reportedly relied, "It was road rage."
A Rantoul Street resident reported his apartment had been broken into.
An air conditioner was stolen from a Cabot Street building.
At 3:35 p.m., police rushed when they heard a report of a young boy being taken into a car near Dane Street Beach. They discovered it was a "kidnapping game." Police suggested the youths try a different game.
Raymond R. Coffill, 40, of 91 Cabot St., Beverly, was arrested at 3:51 p.m. and charged with violating an abuse prevention order after an incident on Cabot Street.
William James Capellos Jr., 31, of 245 Cabot St., Beverly, and Robert S. Hatch, 49, homeless, were arrested at 5:11 p.m. and charged with disorderly conduct after police investigated a report of a fight at Park and Pleasant streets. A woman was taken into protective custody.
James David Silva, 39, of 72 Cabot St., Beverly, was arrested at 5:16 p.m. and charged with two counts of threatening to commit a crime, larceny under $250 and intimidating a witness after a Cabot Street woman called for help after an argument.
Two high-voltage wires came down onto Oberlin Road at 7:48 p.m. for an unknown reason, Deputy fire Chief William Walsh said. No tree limbs or other debris were found nearby. Walsh estimated that several hundred homes lost power, many in the Raymond Farms neighborhood and along Duck Pond Road, Folly Pond Road and McKay Street
Alexander N. Hortaridis, 28, of 15 Hines Court, Marblehead, was arrested at 12:08 a.m. and charged with drunken driving, license not in possession and fugitive from justice after he was stopped on Elliott Street.
A Highland Avenue resident called for help after finding an animal in a kitchen. Officers found a small bat in a bucket and set it free.
At 2:27 a.m., officers were told that three people bought hypodermic needles at a Walgreens and then started stuffing items into a bag. When a pharmacist confronted them, a man started walking around putting things back on the shelves. The group paid for all remaining items and left without further problems.
A Broadway resident said at 9:58 a.m. that a 32-inch LCD television had been stolen.
A man was walking his poodle in the crosswalk at Oak and West streets when a car came through the intersection and killed the dog. Witnesses said the vehicle is a green Ford Taurus or Mercury Sable driven by an elderly woman. The dog owner was not physically hurt in the 10:49 a.m. incident.
Two high-voltage wires fell down onto Oberlin Road at 7:48 p.m. for an unknown reason, Deputy fire Chief William Walsh said. He estimated that hundreds of homes lost power in the Raymond Farms neighborhood and on Duck Pond Road, Folly Pond Road and McKay Street. No tree limbs or other debris were around to suggest why the electric wires fell.
Richard D. Northrop, 59, of 284 Pleasant St., Marblehead, was arrested at 12:56 a.m. at his house and charged with drunken driving, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and a marked lanes violation.
Eric Fuentes, 25, of 190 Franklin St., Lynn, was arrested at 4:33 p.m. and charged with driving with a suspended license, driving an unregistered motor vehicle and two outstanding Lynn warrants after he allegedly merged into another car on Highland Avenue.
A Honda's owner found his stolen car on Lafayette Street at 4:34 p.m.
Anne M. Sullivan, 49, of 33 High St., Lynn, was arrested at 7:04 p.m. and charged with shoplifting (second offense) after an incident at Walgreens on New Derby Street.
Police found a woman throwing a man's clothes out of a Hersey Street apartment window at 7:39 p.m. She said her boyfriend had said he wouldn't come home that night, and she suspected him of cheating on him. When the boyfriend arrived, police suggested he sleep somewhere else that night. Police told the girlfriend to quit throwing his things out the window.
John T. Mizioch, 21, of 293 Lafayette St., Salem, was arrested at 10:31 p.m. and charged with two warrants. Police officers said they were trying to serve the warrants, saw Mizioch's name on the mailbox and saw him through windows. Police said they ordered him to open the door at least five times but ultimately had to force their way into the building to arrest Mizioch.
Amanda Elizabeth Hadley, 29, of 239 Jefferson Ave., Salem, was arrested at 1:04 a.m. and charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (shod foot), assault and battery and disorderly conduct after she allegedly attacked a woman at the Waterfront Hotel, threw her to the ground and then kicked her.
Sergio Rosa-Santana, 64, of 1 Heritage Drive, Salem, was arrested at 10:38 a.m. and charged with driving without a license and an improper turn after an incident on Lafayette Street.
A shoplifter at Walgreens was confronted and dropped the bag with all the items she'd just tried to steal at 11:07 a.m. The woman pushed an employee to get out of the New Derby Street store. Police said they would charge her with assault and battery and shoplifting.
Rosa M. Mendez, 44, of 76 Lowell St., Lynn, was arrested at 2:07 p.m. and charged with shoplifting and an outstanding warrant after she allegedly took $46 worth of lobsters from Market Basket.
Thieves pried open a car window to steal a $200 CD player from a Loring Avenue Honda.