The Salem News
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Police received a call at 5:42 p.m. from 97 Cross Lane and subsequently arrested Richard Fuller, 31, of 56 River St., on charges of entering a dwelling at night, the log said.
Police responded to a 1:49 a.m. call from the area of Lovett and Ocean streets regarding a “person tampering with street sign” and subsequently arrested Joseph McDonald, 19, of 23 Odell Ave., and Robert Ingersoll, 19, of 12 North Shore Ave. in Danvers, on charges of destruction of property and receiving stolen property.
Police responded to a suspicious activity call at 148 Park St. at 2:34 a.m., saying the Creek Street gate was “opening and closing.”
Police responded to a 4:21 p.m. report to 33 Chestnut St. where the resident said a package had been stolen from his front steps.
Police responded to a report of a suspicious package on Maple Street at 4:44 p.m., where the party reported papers were missing from the recycling bin.
Police received a 6:48 p.m. call from the area of Washington and Canal streets regarding a “male/female yelling at cars,” the log said.
Police responded to an 8:12 p.m. call to Webb and Pickman streets where a dog was reported as “loose in area.”
Police responded to a 7:58 a.m. report of a disturbance in the area of White Street, where parties were “yelling near the boats.”
Police received an 11:42 a.m. call from 30 Symonds St. regarding a possible gas leak. National Grid was on the scene and the fire department was notified, the log said.
Police responded to a 12:24 p.m. call from 24 Grant Road regarding suspicious activity. Someone turned the caller’s outside faucets on, the log said. There were no suspects or witnesses to the “strange occurrence,” and the homeowner was advised to shut the pipe down from the basement to avoid further problems.
Police responded to a 1:42 p.m. report from 70 Washington St. saying someone had entered the caller’s office and stole his laptop and radio. There were no signs of forced entry, the log said.
Police responded to a 9:11 a.m. report of a road-rage incident at the Hannaford Plaza. According to the log, the driver yelled at the caller and she became upset.
A caller from the Banana Republic store at 210 Andover St. reported a shoplifting incident at 1:12 p.m. The caller said $1,112 in merchandise was taken from the store on Tuesday, according to the log.
Police received a 2:21 p.m. call from Baldwin Road saying “cars parked on the crosswalk and in front of the hydrant and the parties in the car won’t move them.”
Police responded to a 12 a.m. call from the area of Stacey Street and Stacey Court saying “multiple cars parking on Stacey Street every night.” According to the log, the caller wanted them to be ticketed since it’s an every night occurrence and it’s making the street very narrow.
Police responded to a 9:46 a.m. call to Church of the Holy Name at 60 Monument Ave. regarding copper downspouts that were stolen from the exterior of the church.
Police received a call at 5 p.m. from 441 Humphrey St. saying a person refused to move their car in front of a woman at the “pumps.”
Police received a call from 11 Norfolk Ave. at 3:48 a.m. reporting suspicious activity coming from a car parked across the street. According to the log, two men entered the truck and one left wearing a ski mask. Police checked the area and “nothing appeared out of order.”
A Hobart Street caller reported people ice skating at The Meadows at 10:34 p.m.
Police responded to a 10:33 a.m. call from Wendy’s restaurant on 188 Endicott St., regarding $250 that had been stolen from the restaurant’s safe.
Police received an 11:04 p.m. report from 367 Maple St. regarding a dog that was struck by a car.
Police received a 1:52 p.m. call from Costco Wholesale at 11 Newbury St. regarding an abandoned motor vehicle.