Laura Lemus, 37, of 55 Franklin St., Lynn, was arrested, as logged at 2:46 p.m., at the Northshore Mall Sears on a charge of shoplifting valuables worth over $100.
An employee was given as the culprit in the theft of $72 from Nordstrom at the Northshore Mall. According to the log at 5:14 p.m. “the party was given two weeks to make restitution.”
Gary E. Insuik, 56, of 65 Newbury St., Danvers, was arrested, as logged at 6:18 p.m., in the vicinity of C & C Lobster on Lynn Street on a charge of driving an unregistered vehicle, with a suspended registration and an expired license.
A deer struck by a car had to be moved to the side of the road on Prospect Street at 7:07 p.m.
A shattered door on Nancy Street could have been struck by vandals or by cold weather, as logged at 7:30 p.m.
The owner of Gregory’s Lounge on Walnut Street reported the loss or theft of two lottery books at 11:15 a.m. “The owner doesn’t know when the theft occurred,” according to the log.
Not so much fun at Bonkers Fun House on Lowell Street when police were called at 7:18 p.m. regarding two people arguing. According to the log, the “argument was between two parents over two 4-year-olds who bit each other.” The parents agreed to settle things themselves.
A 44-year-old Salem woman will be summonsed after she was accused of shoplifting $100 worth of meat from the Stop & Shop on Howley Street.
A pedestrian accident at Caller and Walnut streets, reported just after midnight, sent Jose Luis Gonzalez Avalo, 44, to Mass General Hospital with a head injury. The 2012 Mini Cooper was driven by Kathryn Hasenfuss, 31, of Tewskbury. “Speed or negligence does not appear to have contributed to the accident,” police say. No charges have been filed. Avalo’s condition was not available as of press time.