A Flint Street woman reported at 8:35 a.m. that there was $1,700 missing from her safe and she believed her son was responsible. “She said every time she tries to help him it is a dead end ... said she called him last night and he answered and she told him to never come to the house again,” wrote police.
An Evans Road woman reported at 10:08 p.m. that a man she had an abuse prevention order against was drinking and playing music nearby. “She wants us to come by and ask him to turn down the music and she also fears that he will become more aggressive as the night goes on,” wrote police. An officer reported that there was no loud music upon his arrival and that the man did not seem intoxicated. The man called police later himself — to report that the woman was “kicking his door and yelling at him and he is just trying to sit in his man cave.”
A Winona Street woman reported at 2:34 p.m. that her neighbor had left “used cigarettes” in her mailbox.
Police received a 6:16 p.m. report that a male was throwing things against the window of the Brothers Kouzina restaurant at 25 Newbury St. An officer found the male and determined, “It appeared to be a family dispute. There was no damage to the building or windows.”
An officer located a safe in the roadway near 50 Farm Ave., according to a 6:51 p.m. report.
Police received a 9:03 p.m. report that a female was screaming for help behind the Welch School on Swampscott Avenue. Police located females there and determined “they were just playing.”
Police received a 3:09 a.m. report that youths were “causing a traffic hazard” by sitting on the curb at 373 Lowell St. with their legs in the roadway, but an officer was unable to locate them.