Get my car back, a man asked police at 12:33 a.m., telling them it was in the hands of a 32-year-old Margin Street woman. Police could not locate her and they have listed the vehicle as stolen.
Scott R. Solesky, 31, of 100 Willow St., Lynn, was arrested, as logged a 5:18 a.m., by officer James Harkins in the vicinity of Route 95 at Hotel Road on charges of driving with a suspended license and for a U-turn violation.
Searching didn’t help a woman locate her missing pocketbook in a Canal Street restaurant at 5:12 p.m.
It’s not nice to fool the landlord. Police told him at 6:48 p.m. that his complaint, two people not on the lease had moved in with one of his School Street tenants, was a civil matter. But the landlord pointed to his tenant’s red Chevy with Indiana plates, noting that he’d heard the plates were stolen. Police confirmed they were and seized them.
Tenants on Southwick Street also got the message that their problem was a civil issue when they complained the landlord is selling the building and real estate agents seem to come and go from their apartment at whim, once leaving the door open and their property vulnerable to theft. Police urged the tenants to call if the agents tried to force their way into the apartment. The agent, according to the log, threatened to fine the tenant if he can’t get in.
Edward Constanza Jr., 39, of 114 Central St., Peabody, was arrested, as logged at 9:32 p.m., at Highland Avenue and Marlborough Road by officer Shawn Baran on a charge of drunken driving. Police responded to a report of a man passed out in his vehicle.
Charges of driving to endanger, leaving the scene of a one-car accident and marked lane violations are pending against a man following an accident reported at Marlborough Road and Vista Avenue just after midnight. The car was towed and the occupants discovered somewhere up the road.