The Salem News
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Police received an 11:17 p.m. “animal complaint” call from 376 Hale St., saying a deer was stuck on a fence. According to the log, the area was cleared, and the call for assistance was canceled.
Police arrested Douglas Edward Jacobberger, 55, of 15 Ives St., Beverly, at 10:11 a.m. after he failed to stop at a yield sign, according to reports. Jacobberger was subsequently placed under arrest on charges of driving with a suspended license, speeding and failing to stop at a yield sign.
Police received a call from a woman at 222 Newbury St. at 4:27 p.m. attempting to retrieve her car from Four Star Towing Services. According to the log, Four Star was telling her that “the motor vehicle is not street-worthy at this time.”
Police received a call from an “unknown resident” of 111 Foster St. at 11:27 p.m. who reported that a Four Star towing truck was parked in a lot with its motor running. The caller was upset about the constant noise, according to the log.
A caller from Oak Avenue reported to police at 3:18 a.m. that a dog was barking in the area.
Police received a “suspicious activity” report at 2:33 p.m. from a resident at Tedesco Pond Place saying a U-Haul van drove in and out of his neighborhood. The caller was notified of the van “via email from a neighbor,” the log said.
Police received a call at 7:03 a.m. from a resident living in the area of Anderson Street and Bessom Street saying, “several of his neighbors have pointed out to him (and he has seen it as well) that there is a Toyota minivan parked on Anderson Street near Bessom Street without being tagged for overnight parking.”
Police were called to 56 Margin St. at 8:29 p.m. and subsequently arrested Richard Dayner Fuller, 31, on a charge of trespassing.
Police responded to a 10:08 p.m. report of a “male party causing an issue” at 10 Heritage Dr., and subsequently arrested Korey Whitehurst on charges of violating a harassment prevention order, disturbing the peace and threatening to commit a crime.
Police responded to a disturbance call at 1000 Loring Ave. at 3:57 a.m., where the party was yelling and throwing items, according to the log. Upon arrival, police spoke with the female resident who “related she is having an issue with a bad tooth and is in a lot of pain.” The female refused medical attention and was advised to “keep the noise down,” according to the log.
Police responded to a shoplifting call at Walgreens at 29 New Derby St. at 8:19 a.m. and subsequently arrested Colette Olcott, 44, of 44 Pingree St., and charged her with shoplifting by concealing merchandise. According to the log, Olcott “took two pairs of leggings worth $14 and hid them in a shelf. She walked around the aisle, then came back to where the leggings were and stuffed them in her jacket.”
Police received a call at 11:28 a.m. from 81 Highland Ave. near North Shore Medical Center saying an unnamed witness reported a male urinating on the side of the hospital building.
Police received a call regarding a burglary at 1:49 p.m. at 9 Plymouth St. The caller said her apartment was broken into and a laptop, iPad Air and $600 in cash were stolen from two residents. According to the log, there was no sign of forced entry.