A 7:16 p.m. report that somebody was sleeping in a vehicle brought police to 1 Fenton St. Police wrote: “Male became homeless yesterday. Will make other arrangements.”
Police received an 8:52 p.m. report that a female had been bitten by a dog near Lowell and Carpenter streets. An officer subsequently determined the woman had been knocked over by the dog but not bitten. “She has no injuries,” wrote police. “Clothes were damaged in the incident. Dog owner will reimburse her for the clothes.”
Police responded to a 12:32 a.m. report of a disturbance at 88 Endicott St. and subsequently arrested David Mirabal, 24, of 8 Sherman St., Apt. 2, Peabody, on charges of domestic assault and battery and breaking and entering for misdemeanor.
A 14-year-old child on Perley Avenue “will not get out of bed to go to school,” according to a 6:23 a.m. report. Police wrote later: “Mother called back ... she will bring the child to school on her own.”
An officer determined homeless people had been setting up an overnight camp near 34 Railroad Ave. after an 8:52 a.m. report of a “suspicious odor in the area.”
An 18-year-old woman was transported to Boston Children’s Hospital via ambulance after an 11:52 a.m. report that she had burned herself while cooking.
Tools had been stolen from a garage on Driscoll Street, according to a 12:17 a.m. report.
Police responded to a 12:13 a.m. report of fight in the street at Park and Riverside streets, but an officer was unable to locate anything suspicious in that area.
Somebody reported at 9:30 a.m. that an object had been stuffed into a vehicle’s tail pipe at 5 Wayland Road.
Police received a 1:24 p.m. report that luggage had been left on the side of the road at Elliott and Chase streets.
A bartender at a 278 Rantoul St. business seized a man’s New York license “believing it was fake,” according to a 9:01 p.m. log item. The license was subsequently returned to the man.