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October 9, 2013



A man reported at 7:46 a.m. that three of the tires on his Infiniti had been stolen overnight while he was at his cousin’s house on Perkins Street. “His vehicle was being held up by three scissor jacks,” an officer wrote.

A Foster Court man reported at 8:47 a.m. that he believed somebody had intentionally put mulch in his dogs’ kennels “to poison them.”

Police responded to Traders Way and Highland Avenue after a 1:22 p.m. report that a woman with children was soliciting for money. An officer spoke to the woman, who provided a Romanian identification card and said she was “living at a hotel temporarily while in transit to New York with her family.” The woman’s two daughters were with her and “appeared fine,” according to the log. Police wrote: “She was advised that SPD had received a call concerned about the children. She related they would leave the area. They were allowed to go on their way.”



A camera had been stolen from a vehicle at 60 Locust St., according to a 2:18 p.m. report.



About 8:30 p.m., police at the Topsfield Fair arrested John W. Greenemeier, 29, of 5 Columbia St., Columbia, N.J., on a charge of possession and sale of counterfeit items. An officer said Greenemeier had been selling counterfeit OtterBox phone covers at a booth at the fair.

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