The Salem News
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An Essex Street woman reported at 6 p.m. that a man had stolen her mountain bike from the rear of her residence. She said she saw him riding away and gave chase but was unable to catch up.
Police responded to an 8:36 p.m. report of shoplifting at T.J. Maxx and arrested Eduard Castillo-Concepcion, 22, of 165 Washington St., Lynn, and Yinette Castillo-Concepcion, 24, of 165 Washington St., Lynn, each on a charge of larceny over $250.
A 10:13 p.m. report of a loud party brought officers to 10 Chase St., where they determined a man, who was by himself, “had the music turned up while he was getting ready to go out.” Police advised him to lower the volume and that further calls to the house would result in his arrest.
An intoxicated man was taken into protective custody after officers responded to a 12:31 a.m. report of a man asleep at a table at the Rockafellas bar. “He had to be shook several times to wake him up,” police wrote. “When he did, he was confused and disoriented.”
Police received a 1:16 a.m. report of a large fight at 13 Roslyn St. but found only a large house party. Officers shut it down. Police also shut down another party at 149 Federal St. around 1:30 a.m. and a third at 5 Hazel St. a few minutes later.
Police responded to a 2:01 a.m. report of a fight in the street at 145 North St. but were unable to locate it.
Officers responded to a 2:03 a.m. report that a motor vehicle struck a pole at Boston and Essex streets and arrested Nicole Carbone, 24, of 4 Herrick Lane, Lynnfield, on charges of drunken driving, operating a motor vehicle negligently to endanger and an open container violation.
Police on Harrison Road at 3:40 a.m. arrested Shane Raby, 24, of 50 Samoset Road, Peabody, on charges of drunken driving and operating a motor vehicle negligently to endanger.
An officer on patrol at 4:46 a.m. discovered a vehicle parked behind Shaw’s at 11 Traders Way. The man in it had gotten off work at 3 a.m. “and was playing online poker on his phone there because his girlfriend would not be pleased.” Police advised him “to avoid being behind buildings late at night.”
A man reported at 8:59 a.m. that a bicyclist crashed into his car door when he opened it in front of 335 Lafayette St. No injuries were reported.
A woman reported at 11:18 a.m. that staff at the Citgo at 290 Canal St. “blew her off” after apparently losing her registration while inspecting her motor vehicle, “telling her to just replace it.” When police spoke to the manager, “he stated that the registration was lost and that his company was responsible and would pay for the cost of the replacement.”
An Ocean Avenue man reported at 2:20 p.m. that his wife’s two diamond rings had gone missing after she put them on the kitchen windowsill while she cooked — approximately a year before. The man decided to contact police after learning that a neighbor’s jewelry went missing around the same time.
The MBTA reported at 3:35 p.m. that there was somebody on the train tracks near Jefferson Avenue and Cleveland Street, but responding officers were unable to locate anybody there.
Police responded to a 5:02 p.m. report of a man being assaulted with a shovel at 15 Thorndike St. and arrested Brett Frazier, 30, of 50 Howard St., Salem, on a charge of assault by dangerous weapon. Lt. Scott Englehardt said Frazier threatened another man with a long, wooden board during a dispute, and the other man picked up the shovel to defend himself.
A 5:56 p.m. report of a “man asking people to kick him” brought police to 188 Essex St. No such activity was found.
Police responded to a 9:14 p.m. report of a fight at 215 Derby St. and spoke to a man who said someone had been giving him a “hard time” because he was wearing a Pittsburgh Steelers jersey.
An intoxicated man who had apparently passed out on the pavement in back of 100 Washington St. was taken into protective custody after an 11:27 p.m. report.
An 11:36 p.m. report of a fight in the street at 95 Derby St. resulted in the arrest of Matthew Lachapelle, 31, of 74 Tirrell St., Quincy, on charges of violating the city’s knife ordinance and disorderly conduct.
A noise complaint brought police to 20 Palmer St. at 12:21 a.m., where officers determined a “full band with drums” was playing at a party. They shut it down.
Officers found more than 50 people at a house party at 20 Summit St., according to a 12:38 a.m. report. The party was ended.
A 1:03 a.m. report of a disturbance at 118 Washington St. resulted in the arrest of Kelly Shannon, 23, of 111 East St., Foxborough, on a charge of disorderly conduct.
A 1:41 a.m. report of a fight inside a vehicle brought police to 1 Traders Way, where they determined four men had gotten into a scuffle with each other while driving after a passenger had “one of his episodes” and became “verbally antagonistic.” The men refused medical attention and were sent on their way.
Police received a 3:42 p.m. report that somebody had tried to steal a lawn mower at 25 Valley St.
Police received a 2:24 p.m. report of shoplifting at J.C. Penney at the Northshore Mall and arrested Donna Auch, 48, of 418 Revere Beach Parkway, Revere.
Somebody stole a GPS, clothes, and a bow and arrow from unlocked vehicles parked at 14 Dane St., according to a 7:56 a.m. report.
A woman will be summonsed on charges of possession of a Class B drug and possession of a Class C drug after police responded to an 8:27 a.m. report that a Crowninshield Street woman’s daughter had overdosed on prescription medication.
A woman reported that she being was followed by a man in a vehicle at 162 Washington St. at 1:29 p.m. An officer determined that the man was a delivery driver making deliveries in the area.
A 1:41 p.m. report of shoplifting brought police to Sears at the Northshore Mall, where they arrested Jane O’Connor, 44, of 117 Lafayette St., Salem, on two charges of shoplifting.
A small basement fire at 1 Sabino Farm Road was reported at 3:41 p.m. and extinguished by the Fire Department shortly thereafter.
A man will be summonsed on a charge of violating a restraining order after his ex-girlfriend reported to police at 11:15 p.m. that he’d sent her a three-page letter from the Suffolk House of Corrections.
A 6:23 a.m. report of domestic assault at 30 Shore Drive resulted in the arrest of Richard Nolet, 66, of 30 Shore Drive., Peabody, on a charge of domestic assault.
Police received a 7 a.m. report of a sinkhole at 133 Main St. and 2 Pierpont St. The DPW was notified.
A 7:01 a.m. report that a woman’s boyfriend “is refusing to give her child back” brought police to 6 Fountain St., where they arrested Anthony Fontina, 26, of 6 Fountain St., Peabody, on a charge of domestic assault and battery and a warrant.
Police responded to a 12:49 p.m. report of shoplifting at J.C. Penney at the Northshore Mall and arrested Chandra Garcia, 42, of 1 Lucier St., Nashua, N.H.
At 2:09 a.m., police arrested Jon Adamo, 24, of 28 Poplar St., Danvers, on charges of drunken driving, second offense, and speeding.
A motorist was hospitalized with unspecified injuries after apparently driving into a building at Twin Oaks Nursing Home, according to a 2:19 a.m. report. A police officer said the damage to the building was minimal and that the driver had fallen asleep.
Local firefighters extinguished a boat fire in Marblehead Harbor around 2 p.m., with help from Beverly’s Marine 1 fire boat, which was operated by the crew from Engine 5. The fire is under investigation, and no injuries were reported.