Joshua P. Green, 22, 13 Worcester Road, Peabody, was arrested at 4:26 p.m. on Allens Lane for driving with a suspended license and for not having a valid inspection sticker. A woman passenger will be summonsed for allowing him to drive.
A 7:54 p.m. a fist fight at Gaetas Auto on Route 1 was over before police got there.
It wasn't a crime but it must have been embarrassing after a Toyota Camry was spotted on the bike path near the Lowe Mart area. The driver explained he "took a wrong turn and got stuck in the marsh," according to the log at 11:38 p.m. He had to be towed out.
Patrick Glennon, 19, 183 Lowell St., Peabody, was arrested at 9:52 a.m. at his address by Officer Fred Wojick on a charge of domestic assault and battery. A woman had complained that her son "stole approximately $200 cash from his brother," according to the report. "The two were fighting over the money."
A two-vehicle accident at Lowell Street and Priscilla Lane sent driver Joseph Pressman, 88, to the Lahey Clinic.
Susan M. Tocci, 52, 129 Temple Road, Waltham, was arrested at 3:10 p.m. at Murray's Hallmark at the Northshore Mall by Detective Ralph Scopa on charges of shoplifting, receiving stolen property and having burglars' tools.
Joshua M. Malo, 24, 168 Washington St., Peabody was arrested at 6:35 p.m. at the Foster Market on Foster Street on a charge of disorderly conduct. Police had responded to a report of an "altercation inside the store," according to the log.
Patrick Campos Phineiro, 26, 8 Oakland St., Peabody, was arrested at 9:39 p.m. at his address by Officer Gerald Fitzgerald on charges of assault with a dangerous weapon and giving a false name. A report of a "dispute between two roommates," according to the log, preceded the arrest.
Michael P. Linatopi, 44, 63 Pierpont St., Peabody, was arrested at 1:10 a.m. on Jacobs Street by Officer Sean Dowd on two counts of assault and battery on a police officer, resisting arrest and driving with a suspended license. Another officer was taken to the hospital with an ankle injury.
Haralambros G. Nash, 33, 180 Lowell St., Peabody, was arrested at 3:53 a.m. on Lowell Street by Sgt. Vincent Patermo on a charge of drunk driving. The arrest followed an accident where a vehicle hit a wall. Also responding was Officer James Harkins.
A couple told police at 12:08 a.m. that they were at the Victoria Station bar on Wharf Street when someone described "as a white male, bald, in his late 30's or early 40's began talking to them," according to the log, and "strange and bizarre." As she was leaving the woman reached for her wallet on the bar and discovered it was gone along with the talkative stranger. No other witnesses reported seeing the man.
Scott Douglas Hyde, 31, 19.5 Hazel St., Salem, was arrested at 2:11 a.m. at his address on a charge of domestic assault and battery. Responding were patrolmen Deni Gaito, Rafael Gonzalez and Theodore Pierce.
A man who stole saw blades from Winer Brothers vainly attempted "to sell them outside the store," according to the log at 12:55 p.m. He next tried to return them for cash. The owner wasn't buying so the thief admitted defeat and simply "handed the blades back and left the store." He was captured on video.
Cheryl Ann Whittemore, 41, 12 First St., Salem, was arrested at 2:10 p.m. on Essex Street by Patrolmen Eric Manninen on charges of driving with a suspended license, again, giving police a false name and receiving stolen property. According to the log, "She was stopped driving a stolen motor vehicle." Her 6-year-old was turned over to grandmother.
A customer at La Cosa Nostra pizza on Jefferson Avenue complained to police at 3:32 p.m. that the store made him an offer he couldn't refuse when he returned an uncooked pizza. According to the log, he said "the man threw the money back at him and told him to get the 'F' out of the store. (He) stated that the man chased him out of the store. The man did not make any threats, just stated that he did not want (the customer) back in the store." The customer worried the store has his name and address. He told police he would complain to the Chamber of Commerce. "This is totally false," John Laudanno, co-owner of the store, told the News. "That never happened. I'm flabbergasted... If you come here and you don't like the food you can have your money back." No one's ever complained about the food, he added.
Charges are "pending" against a man involved in a fight between passengers of a Nissan Sentra and Cadillac Deville on Essex Street, as logged at 6:04 p.m. The trouble started as the Cadillac pulled out of a parking space while the Nissan rounded a curve. A man "wearing a Boston Yacht Club hat smashed the driver's rear window of the Cadi Devill before jumping back in the Nissan Sentra and leaving." That individual will face charges.
A woman told police her "steering wheel was loose," according to the log at 11:11 p.m., just prior to striking the traffic island that flipped her Ford Explorer onto its roof at Loring and Jefferson avenues. She reported no injury.
Police took a report of a wolf loose on Mason Street at 1:07 a.m. They discovered a Huskie without tags, which fled when approached.
A man in the middle of a divorce appeared at the station at 1:29 a.m. with his brother-in-law to report that his wife told the brother-in-law and his wife that if the husband "does not give her the property she wants then she will call police and tell them he is abusing her, so he gets put in jail." A report was filed.
It's the automotive and culinary version of tarring and feather as a Pontiac on Hanson Street was "egged and floured," according to the log at 4:41 a.m. It "had been covered in flour and egged multiple times," according to the log. "In addition, there were pieces of bologna stuck to the motor vehicle." A nearby Mazda suffered similarly. The Pontiac owner also noted a new dent before heading for the car wash.
Police found a sad explanation after exploring why the front screen door of a house on Fairview Road was open. As officers were preparing to go inside the owner drove up in tears. She told them her 4-year-old, red bloodhound Triton was missing — and without tags. Police joined the search, but could not locate the dog.
Yelling in Salem is not like yelling in other places. Police responded to a report of yelling in East India Square at 2 p.m. A man complained "employees for the Nightmare Mansion were outside walking up behind people and scaring them." It made people uncomfortable, he said. The Mansion manager told officers "his employees were just doing a skit outside. (He) was advised to have his employees stop scaring people."
Beverly A. Mookdasnith, 51, a street person, was arrested at 2:22 p.m. at the Highland Avenue Walmart by officers Charlene Sano and DeeJay Gagnon on a charge of shoplifting.
A woman screaming on Harrison Street at 3:44 p.m. told police "she only screamed a couple times because she was having a mental breakdown," according to the log. She added "that since she screamed she was fine." Police suggested she keep the screaming down.
Michael J. McCausland, 33, 56 Margin St., Salem, was arrested at 4:44 p.m. on Lafayette Street by patrolmen Deni Gaito and William Jennings on a charge of trespass.
Michael McDonald, 29, 4 Ferry Lots Lane, Salisbury, was arrested at 7:41 p.m. by Officer Eric Clarizia on charges of leaving the scene of personal injury and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. This was sparked by a pedestrian accident as, according to the scanner, a man walking his dog was hit, and the driver fled in a pickup.
Bryant Wahn, 32, 18 Silverleaf Way, Peabody was arrested at 8:10 p.m. on Endicott Street by Officer Scott Frost on charges of driving with a revoked license and a lights violation.
Taylor MacFarlane, 17, 118 Sylvan St., Danvers, was arrested at 10:44 p.m. on Dodge Court by Officer Scott Frost on charges of driving under the influence of drugs and a lights violation.