The manager of CVS on Atlantic Avenue reported at 9:02 a.m. that a delivery truck had taken down the phone line to the business. “He will call his phone service provider to get his line restored,” wrote police.
Police in Revere reported at 4:40 p.m. that a Widger Road man had reported his car stolen from an airport shuttle service the night before. “They found the car this morning parked in the same lot, and it wasn’t stolen; he just didn’t remember where he had parked it,” wrote police.
Police responded to a 12:15 a.m. report of a disturbance involving “loud music and screaming” at a Nicholson Street address. An officer wrote later: “Parties said they will keep it down; they were celebrating the Red Sox winning the World Series.”
A 1:51 a.m. report of a suspicious vehicle brought police to 181 Elliott St., where a guard said it had “pulled in with a taxi and went to the rear of the property.” Police wrote: “The female got into the cab and when security guard went to check on vehicle, the male left the vehicle and disappeared. Security was concerned vehicle was stolen. Ran vehicle, negative stolen. Open container visible in cup holder; security decided they did not want the vehicle on their property and decided to call Big Jim’s to remove it.”
Officers responded to 232 Elliott St. after a 5:46 a.m. report of an unwanted person. An officer wrote: “Party was elderly male who was giving his morning sermon to the patrons of Starbucks. He was advised that it is OK to speak your mind but when you are asked to leave, you have to leave. Sent back home to the Fairweather Apartments.”
Police returned to the Starbucks at 242 Elliott St. after a 6:26 a.m. report that the same elderly man was “preaching aggressively to patrons.” Police wrote: “He was escorted outside and advised if he came back he would be coming to the station with us.”