Christopher McInerney, 33, of 13 Leos Lane, Avon, was arrested at 1:06 a.m. by Patrolman Gilbert Priddy on Washington Street on charges of drunken driving, having an open container and not being careful backing up. The arrest followed an accident where a passenger in the other vehicle suffered a “non-life-threatening injury,” according to the log.
Kevin Mark O’Connell, 23, and Joseph Donald PIemonte, 23, both of 114 Margin St., Salem, were arrested at 1:57 a.m. at their address on charges of disturbing the peace. Responding were Patrolmen Dana Mazola, Daniel Tucker, Joshua Gerrard and Jonathan Duzz.
Halloween decorations went missing after a resident on Wisteria Street reported at 9:15 a.m. seeing a woman looking at items stored under a tarp in her backyard. She shouted at the intruder, who fled in a dark sedan. Only then, she discovered that $80 in Halloween decorations in the front yard were missing.
Damien C. Henderson, 30, of 17 Winter Ave., Malden, was arrested at 11:05 a.m. at 1000 Loring Avenue by Patrolmen Dennis Luti and Lawrence Puleo and Sgt. Robert Lubas on charges of violating a protective order, aggravated assault and battery, and trespassing. The arrest came after a report that he struck his ex-girlfriend in the arm.
Don’t get up until the ride is over. That was the message from the operators of the Flying Box ride at the carnival on Derby Street after a woman told police she fell and wanted her money back. “She did not want to make ‘a big deal’ over it,” according to the log at 12:59 p.m., but she did ‘not have any fun.’” She was given a refund. Police checked out the ride and heard from the operators that the woman had ignored their warning and stood too soon. The woman declined medical attention and would not give police her name.