The Salem News
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Police received a 2:44 p.m. report of a domestic disturbance at 19 Western Ave. and arrested Robert Borders, 27, of 50 Broadway, Beverly, on a charge of domestic assault and battery.
Police received a 2:09 p.m. report from an employee at a restaurant at 24 West St. who said he found four drawings — apparently done by a child — jammed into a heating vent. The drawings appeared to depict the interior of the restaurant and showed “a dead body lying in the kitchen and the freezer,” according to the log. Police wrote: “We discussed a customer who may be responsible.”
An Eastman Park resident reported being concerned about “some footprints in the snow” at 9:36 a.m. An officer wrote later: “All is in order at this time.”
Three larcenies occurred over the weekend at the Woodbridge assisted-living community, 240 Lynnfield St., according to an 11:28 a.m. report.
A motorist identified as Alicia Walker, 26, of Peabody, was transported to Salem Hospital with undisclosed injuries after police responded to the area of 195 Washington St. for a 1:46 p.m. report of an accident. The other driver, identified as Chi Nguyen, 27, of Peabody, was transported home by an officer, according to the log.
A 4:12 p.m. report of an undesirable person at 117 Lafayette St. resulted in the arrests of Kimberly Gregware, 39, of 95 Green St., Marblehead, on charges of trespassing and illegal possession of a Class B substance, and Scott Alan Healy, 36, of 2 Meadow View Road, Peabody, on charges of trespassing, illegal possession of a Class B substance, illegal possession of a Class C substance, illegal possession of a Class E substance and a violation of the city’s knife ordinance.
A 5:07 p.m. report of a “car tearing up lawn” brought officers to 34 Crowdis St., where they determined that a man had driven onto a lawn and gotten stuck in the grass, “tearing it up in the process.” The man said he had come to the location because he was interested in buying a vehicle for sale on the property and agreed to provide restitution for any damage.
Two people who had gone inside Salem Laundry at 1 Lafayette St. to “stay warm” became embroiled in an argument with a woman who was doing laundry, according to a 6:01 p.m. report. Police advised the two to leave.
Police responded to 7 Leavitt Court after a 7:32 p.m. report of a possible burglary, but a resident said there were “no signs of forced entry” and that the only suspicious thing was that a light bulb had been removed from a lamp in the bedroom.
At 8:25 p.m., an officer at Lafayette Street arrested Michael Dupont, 33, of 116 Lafayette St., Salem, on a charge of illegal possession of a Class E substance. He was also the subject of a warrant.
Two men were taken into protective custody after a security supervisor at Salem Hospital reported at 12:30 a.m. that two men were inside a van in the parking lot. “One stated that he was at the hospital to visit his daughter who was about to have a child,” police wrote, but the supervisor “stated he could not locate a patient in the Birthplace with the name that was given by the male.”
A Lafayette Street man reported at 7:22 a.m. that he had received “countless” text and phone messages “degrading him and insulting him” from his ex-wife. He told police he didn’t the woman contacted but wanted a report on file in case the harassment continued.
The lock on one the collection kiosks in the city parking lot at 242 Bridge St. had been damaged, according to an 8:04 a.m. report. “A thief drilled the lock mechanism to one of the kiosks and gained entry to what turned out to be the battery box,” an officer wrote. Nothing was reported stolen.
Two people were cited for marijuana possession after an 11:36 a.m. report that they were smoking marijuana in a car at Lafayette and Peabody streets.
Police responded to a 12:59 p.m. report of a man with a shopping cart at Jefferson Avenue and Hathorne Street. “Nothing appeared to have any significant value, and all items appeared to be old and rusted,” police wrote.
A PlayStation 3 and a $300 army combat engineer ring were reported stolen from a residence at 12 Daniels St. at 1:34 p.m.
A man was advised to “stop archery practice” at 1 Fairview Ave. at 1:57 p.m., according to the log.
A Shore Avenue woman reported at 2:19 p.m. that a woman who had rented a room from her might have stolen her wedding album after the two had a falling-out.
A purse was reported stolen from a vehicle at 20 Archmeadow Drive at 5:12 p.m.
Police received a 12:39 p.m. report that earrings and passports had been stolen from 2324 Kirkbride Drive.
A woman reported at 11:10 a.m. that she had seen somebody throw “a green bag of dog feces” from a passing car on Pleasant Street.
A car was running in a driveway on Eisenhower Road for two hours, according to a 6:44 p.m. report. An officer determined that a couple had accidentally left it running and then taken a trip to Boston.