A Page Street man reported at 3 p.m. that a delivery was “being made to his home, and he does not want to receive it.” Police wrote: “Caller said it is building materials/fencing. He has a contract with the company and claims they have now changed the price. He wishes to cancel the contract, and the workmen are continuing to make the delivery of materials.” Police wrote later that the man was “working it out” with the company making the delivery.
Police received a 9:55 p.m. report that a man on Pearl Street was looking into cars with a flashlight, but an officer wrote later: “Woman parking her car and had a flashlight.”
Police received a 5:35 p.m. report that a male was screaming at a female “over parking” at 24 Union St.
A 10:16 p.m. complaint about lights and noise brought police to Court Street. “Workers supervising and finishing concrete as it cures,” an officer wrote later. “Crew advised of complaints. They agreed to shut off lights and try to be quieter.”
Officers were unable to locate a suspicious man who was reported to be looking into cars at Sturtevant and Pearson streets about 11 p.m.
A 4:54 p.m. report that a drunken man was “falling in and out of traffic” brought police to Jefferson and Ocean avenues. The man admitted to an officer that he had “a few drinks earlier in the day” and was subsequently transported to his residence.
Police and the Fire Department responded to 20 Federal St. after a 6:47 p.m. report of a possible chimney fire and spoke with a woman who said “it was the first time she has used the fireplace.” Firefighters advised her to have the chimney cleaned once a year but also determined that it appeared clear, according to the log.
Police received a 10:18 a.m. report that someone had stolen a $100 stone Buddha statue and damaged a $50 stone garden gnome at 5 Bertini Lane.
Four copper downspout pipes had been stolen from 35 Flint St., according to a 10:26 a.m. report.
A North Street woman reported at 1:04 p.m. that she was being harassed by her dead husband’s mother. The woman said she was “waiting to receive her husband’s ashes” and that the mother “threatened to be at the funeral home waiting for her.” She also said the mother’s family had opened a fake Facebook page under her name and posted pictures of her and her ex-boyfriend on it. Police advised her to seek a harassment order at court.
A 4:14 p.m. report of a domestic dispute at 6 Hathorne Court led to the arrest of Jeffrey Allan Roub, 50, of 129 Lowell St., Peabody, on charges of violating a protective order and two counts of domestic assault.
Police received an 8:58 a.m. report of a possible gunshot in the vicinity of 487 Locust St., but an officer was unable to locate anything amiss.
A man requested a well-being check be performed on two children at an Aborn Street residence after their mother allegedly “made threats on Facebook that she may harm the children” by writing something akin to, “Is it OK to kill the kids for putting a crayon in the dryer?” Police wrote later: “Officers made contact with the uncle and checked on both children. Officers believe all to be in order.”
An infant was transported to North Shore Children’s Hospital after a 7:01 p.m. report that he or she had fallen to the floor from a car seat in a carriage at Burlington Coat Factory on Andover Street.
Police were unable to locate the man who was reported to be having a “heated phone conversation” during which he “made threats to kill the person on the other end of the phone” in the jewelry department of Macy’s at the Northshore Mall at 8:53 p.m.
A 9:15 p.m. report that an “unwanted person” was trying to start a fight brought police to 108 Tremont St. Police wrote later: “Officer reported dispute over owed money. Officer was able to work out a payment plan.”
Police responded to a 9:44 a.m. report that a vehicle was “all over the road” on Goodale Street and subsequently arrested Sean M. Therrien 31, of 108 Goodale St., Peabody, on a charge of drunken driving, second offense.