David Bowie, 57, of Salem was arrested by MBTA Transit Police in the afternoon and charged with open and gross lewdness after prosecutors allege he exposed himself to a rider on an inbound Boston Green Line car from Longwood Station to Kenmore Square. Bowie (not the rock star) was arraigned at Roxbury District Court, according to the Suffolk County district attorney's office. He was released on his own recognizance with orders to stay away from MBTA property and return to court on Sept. 27.
Police received a report at 4:22 p.m. of an upset woman in front of Rita's ice cream shop on Essex Street. Police responded and found the woman, who was upset because she didn't get her paycheck. Police did some investigating and learned that paychecks don't come until the following day. The woman was told to come back then.
Timothy A. Allain, 32, of 16 Cedar Crest Ave., Salem, and Ian K. Klanfer, 28, of 11 Salem St., Salem, were arrested at 5:55 p.m. of violating the city's knife ordinance, following a motor vehicle stop on Palmer Street. Allain was also charged with one-way violation.
Julio R. Torres Jr., 41, of 96 Congress St., Salem, was arrested at 8:26 p.m. and charged with violating the city's knife ordinance, following a report of a man carrying a knife.
Police received a report at 8:46 p.m. of two hypodermic needles on Derby Street by Beckett Street.
Police received two reports at 9 and 9:50 a.m. of hypodermic needles, one on Washington Street and another on Front Street.
Police received a report at 5:05 p.m. of a car break-in at the CVS parking lot on Maple Street.
Robin Barnes, 48, of 6 Fulton St., Peabody, was arrested at 1:50 p.m. and charged with shoplifting at Market Basket on Endicott Street.
Police received a report at 2:12 p.m. of a car stolen from Kirkbride Drive.
Deborah Cefalo, 52, of 10 Revere St., Malden, was arrested at 2:54 p.m. and charged with shoplifting at Walmart.
Staff at Eastern Mountain Sports at the Northshore Mall reported to police at 6:43 p.m. that a bicycle was stolen from an employee's car.
Michael S. Schlosberg, 41, of 3 Tumelty Road, Peabody, was arrested at 8:38 p.m. and charged with domestic assault and battery and witness intimidation, following a report of a domestic dispute at his residence.
Fabricio Correa, 33, of 401 Bridge St., Salem, was arrested at 9 a.m. and charged with breaking and entering to commit a felony, malicious destruction of property (less than $250), trespassing, larceny (less than $250), using a motor vehicle without authority, driving an unregistered motor vehicle, driving without insurance and improperly attaching plates, following a report of a stolen car from Mallia's Towing. Police stopped the car on Washington Street.
John M. Gray, 41, of 195 Larch Row, Wenham, was arrested at 1:19 p.m. and charged with driving while unlicensed, following a motor vehicle crash on Brimbal Avenue by Route 128.
Simon Glik, 33, of 76 Gardner St., Lynn, was arrested at 6:51 p.m. and charged with trespassing at Beverly Port Marina on Water Street.
James F. O'Rourke, 43, of 278 Rantoul St., Beverly, was arrested at 2:18 a.m. and charged with disorderly conduct, following a report of a disturbance in his apartment building.
Loretta D. Murphy, 48, of 48 Pond St., Beverly, was arrested at 10 a.m. and charged with an open-container violation on Rantoul Street.
Ronald H. Bruce, 50, who is listed as homeless, was arrested at 10:37 a.m. and charged with trespassing, following a report of a man sleeping by the Dumpster on Cabot Street by Winter Street.
Christopher P. Littlejohn, 29, of 28 Story Ave., Beverly, was arrested at 12:55 p.m. and charged with driving with a suspended license, following a motor vehicle stop on Elliott Street.
Firefighters and EMTs responded to a three-car crash on Route 128 south near Exit 20. Fire Lt. Paul Rideout said two people were taken to Beverly Hospital with injuries sustained in the crash, which occurred at 5:25 p.m. Rideout said the driver of the first vehicle, make and model unspecified, had no injuries, and he was able to drive off on his own, once the scene was cleared. The driver of the second car, a Nissan Maxima, suffered a broken wrist and reported back and neck pain. Firefighters helped the driver of the third car, a Hyundai Accent, out of the car after she was placed on a backboard and in a neck brace. She complained of head, neck and back pain. The Nissan and Hyundai had heavy damage, and both cars were towed by Cross Towing. Beverly firefighters tended to the victim along with EMTs from Lyons Ambulance, who were first on scene. Rideout said Lyons Ambulance was with a patient in the back when it came upon the crash. EMTs there tended to the victims until Beverly firefighters and EMTs from Northeast Regional Ambulance arrived.