Mayur Abhaya, 30, of Center St. Apt. 103, Danvers, was arrested at the Sears at the Northshore Mall at 8:28 p.m. and charged with shoplifting of over $100 by concealment.
Eddie Garcia, 26 of 54 Rumford Ave., Waltham, was arrested during a traffic stop on Route 1 and charged with driving with a revoked license, being a habitual traffic offender and a lights violation.
Gina A. Minichiello, 22, of 42 California Road, Tewksbury, was arrested at the Sears at the Northshore Mall at 8:58 p.m. and charged with shoplifting over $100 by concealment.
A Highland Park resident called police at 6:21 a.m. to report that various words had been written in black marker on the windows of her car.
Police received a report of graffiti at 9:20 a.m. to a storage container at the South School.
Honorio Perez, 26, 18 Etna Place, Lynn, was arrested for driving without a valid license around 6 p.m. on Route 1. The owner of the car, Beverlin Tadeo, 23, of the same address, picked up the vehicle, but he'll be summonsed for letting Perez drive it.
Antonio Assis, 48, 22 Tracey St., Peabody, was arrested for unlicensed driving and making unsafe lane changes at around 7:30 a.m.
Joan McClaren, 56, 48 Prince-ton St., Boston, was arrested on Prospect Street after 1 p.m. for unlicensed driving.
Police spoke to two women after one reported a drive-by ice cream attack on Brown Street. One woman threw an ice cream at the other's parked car as she passed. "Both agreed to stay away from each other," according to the police report.
Scott A. Doucette, 29, of 10 Burpee Road, Swampscott, was arrested at Humphrey and Blaney streets at 5:20 p.m. and charged with driving without his license, no inspection sticker and driving with a suspended license.
Steven A. Leblanc, 40, 182 Lafayette St., Apt. 18, Salem, was arrested on Chaisons Cove at 12:04 p.m. and charged with assault and battery and misdemeanor breaking and entering.
Police received a report at 6:45 a.m. of breaking and entering of a car parked on Norfolk Avenue, a second report at 8:02 a.m. for a car at Valley Road, a third report at 8:49 a.m. for a car parked on Oakledge Road, and a fourth at 3:55 p.m. for a car parked on Eastman Avenue.
Police received a report of larceny at 10:36 p.m. from the Days Inn on Endicott Street.
Kevin McCourt, 18, of 50 Centre St., Danvers, was arrested at 3:36 a.m. on Holten Street and charged with disorderly conduct.
Balinda Denton, 30, 152 Endicott St., Danvers, was arrested at 9:50 a.m. at the Wal-Mart on Brooksby Village Drive and charged with shoplifting.
Police received a report of shoplifting at 2:07 p.m. from the Walgreens on High Street.
If the cable company ever left you waiting for an appointment, you won't sympathize much with Edwin Martinez, who works for Comcast. After laboring in the home of a customer, he forgot his meter inside. When he went back to retrieve it, he was confronted with a novel problem. Jonathan Hart, 51, of 62 Forrester St., Salem, was unavailable to let him in because he'd gone out and gotten arrested for driving drunk, according to police.
Police issued a $100 fine to a resident holding a "loud party" on English Street. "He and his guests still present were advised that if police return tonight for the same incident, arrests could result," according to the police report. "All went inside (the) apartment in our presence."
Timothy J. Peterson, 29, 21 Goodell St., Salem, was arrested for drunk driving, speeding, having no license and negligence after a unique brush with death in the early hours of the morning. According to the police report Peterson was driving "at a speed greater than reasonable or proper for road for conditions" when he crashed into a headstone at Greenlawn Cemetery. The headstone was damaged.
Thanks to what may be the "telltale Chevy Tahoe," Mark Rosen of 40 Central St. in Beverly has been summonsed to explain the damage to a set of wooden stairs, recently painted gray, on Pleasant Street. The owner called police around 8:30 a.m. after hearing a crash and finding his stairs damaged.
A few steps away on Washington Street police discovered Rosen's Tahoe, with a damaged front end and traces of plywood and gray paint. He gave the police "no explanation of how this trace evidence got on his truck."
Around 8 p.m. a woman on Washington Street complained that some kids outside began harassing her after she complained about the noise they were making.
Michael C. Madruga, 17, 17 Roslyn St., Salem was arrested around 10 p.m. on Palmer Street for being a minor carrying alcohol and carrying a knife after police encountered him while responding to complaints of a loud party. Marijuana was also found in Madruga's backpack.
Teson Omorose, 43, 37 Pond St., Beverly was arrested for driving to endanger and drunken driving after he was seen, according to a 911 call, "driving all over the road," and nearly striking several parked cars. Police reported a smell of alcohol on his breath and added, "While Omorose was emptying his pockets, he dropped loose change on the floor and while attempting to pick it up Omorose almost fell over several times."
Police were unable to locate kids throwing eggs at cars on North Street.
Katelyn T. Olsen-Smith, 20, 23 Verdmont Ave., Lynn, and Matthew Paine Jr., 20, 8 Lawrence St., Salem, were arrested for trespassing and being minors in possession of alcohol after police found them parked in Greenlawn Cemetery before 3 a.m.
A Bridge Street man told police that his car disappeared after he left the motor running and ran into the house to get something. Armando Macario's problem was compounded when he could not provide police with a valid registration for the car.
Police received a complaint after 9:30 a.m. regarding behavior in the Audubon Sanctuary from Carol Decker of the Audubon office. Members have advised her that people are behaving in ways often reserved for the birds. "There are couples smoking marijuana at the Sanctuary, having sex on the rock area of the Sanctuary and (they) have a pit fire set up."
Maureen Crothers, 55, 8 Willowdale Rd., Topsfield was arrested for drunk driving at Iswich Road and Camp Meeting Road. Police complained that "she threw up all over the place" once at the station.
Jeremy Woods, 24, 9 Fairview Ave., Wenham, was arrested on Main Street for driving with a revoked license around 4 p.m.