A Pearl Street woman reported at 5:31 p.m. that she “came home and there was trash thrown all over her apartment; she said nothing was missing, and she didn’t know if she left her door opened.” An officer wrote later that the woman believed someone had brought a loose dog into the house, and it had made its way to her apartment, where it “tore through her trash.”
Police were unable to locate a suspicious male who was reported to have entered a Pine Street man’s backyard as his son was playing there at 4:17 p.m. An officer determined the man had likely been looking for scrap metal.
A television and two drills had been stolen during a break-in at a Newbury Street address, according to a 7:05 p.m. report.
Police received numerous reports that people had received phone calls — purportedly from North Shore Bank — saying their credit cards had been “locked,” according to a 7:44 p.m. log item. “The message further asks you for your credit card number,” police wrote. Police determined it was scam.
A Lowell Street woman reported at 10:14 p.m. that her husband had left her 3-year-old daughter alone “for an undetermined amount of time while he went next door to neighbor’s. She came home to find child crying in the middle of the kitchen floor.”
Police received a 6:34 a.m. report that a man’s girlfriend had kicked his vehicle on Keys Drive. Police wrote later: “Dent on rear panel. Dent on front right tire side. Honda emblem missing.”
A woman at the Sunrise assisted living facility at 73 Margin St. reported at 9:54 a.m. that her mother’s hearing aids had gone missing. She called back later to report that they’d been found.
A 26-year-old Tewksbury man was arrested on warrants out of Lowell and Woburn after a 12:34 p.m. report that somebody was selling vacuums on Beckett Street.
Police and firefighters responded to a report about 7 p.m. of a rollover accident on Route 128 southbound right before Exit 28, according to radio reports. An officer on scene initially thought nobody was inside or around the vehicle, which had flipped on its roof, but then located a woman “underneath the dashboard” and helped her out. A state trooper said she was not injured or transported to a hospital.
A 37-year-old man on Elmwood Road refused medical transport after a 4:12 a.m. report that he was possibly having a breakdown and “thinks he’s gonna die.”
A motorist reported at 3:35 p.m. that there was an object in the roadway — “believed to be a weapon” — at 26 New Ocean St. “Officer reports toy, item removed,” police wrote later.
An 11:21 p.m. report that somebody was slumped over the wheel of a Jeep Cherokee brought police to 237 Atlantic Ave. Subsequently arrested was Gabrielle Rohde, 19, of 13 Barnard Hawks Court, Marblehead, on a charge of driving under the influence of drugs.
A 13-year-old girl went to the station about 6 p.m. to report that a male had tried to enter the women’s room at Marshalls on Paradise Road while she was inside.
Police received a 10:01 p.m. report that a band was playing loudly in the basement of 40 Central St. “Band stopped playing music,” an officer wrote later. “Group dispersed.”
Police responded to 285 Cabot St. after a 12:13 a.m. report of an intoxicated man and found him passed out against the building. Police wrote: “Initially difficult to wake up, but eventually came around and was able to walk away on his own.”
A 7 a.m. report of a disturbance brought police to 45 Balch St. “Party yelling and singing, advised,” police wrote later.
Two people were transported to a hospital after a 5:47 p.m. report of an accident at 107 Dodge St. Two vehicles were towed.
A 6 p.m. report that a man was bleeding in a backyard brought police to 16 Front St., where they determined he’d cut himself in the arm with a knife. Officer Mike Boccuzzi said the man was combative with officers and was pepper-sprayed. Maurice Edward Carr, 36, of 1 Cabot St., Salem, was subsequently arrested on charges of assault and battery on a police officer, threatening to commit a crime, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. He was also wanted on a warrant.
A 1:07 a.m. report that a door had been smashed brought police to 19 Pond St. Subsequently arrested was Julie Kelly, 45, of 24 Union Ave., Beverly, on charges of breaking and entering for a misdemeanor, destruction of property and disorderly conduct.
A 1:36 a.m. report that a group of people were yelling in front of 16 Rantoul St. led to the arrest of Max B. Merrow, 25, of 4 Lakeside Ave., Beverly, on charges of domestic assault and battery, destruction of property and intimidation of a witness.
Police received a 1:40 a.m. report that somebody’s ex-girlfriend was at an apartment on Duck Pond Road “discarding items.” Police wrote later: “Party left for the night, nothing was discarded.”
An officer conducted a traffic stop at School Street and Cox Court about 10:30 p.m. and subsequently arrested Scott D. Rosenberry, 51, of 15 School St., Beverly, on charges of drunken driving, second offense, and failure to use care.
A man on Hale Street reported at 8:42 a.m. that his truck had been “deadly rigged.” The man was subsequently transported to a hospital for a mental health evaluation, an officer said.
An officer on patrol in the area on Fort Avenue about 1:30 a.m. observed two people with a camera and a tripod at the entrance to the power station. “I questioned the two, who stated that they were on vacation and decided to take a picture of the station with the night sky and stars in the background. Warrant checks were negative. They had been on the power station’s property and were advised that if they are going to continue they needed to stay off of the property. They agreed without incident.”
Police were unable to locate a skunk that was reported to be “running around” on Roslyn Court at 11:47 a.m.
A 2:05 p.m. request for police assistance brought an officer to 48 Lafayette St., where a woman said she had hired somebody to “move her belongings into a new apartment.” Police wrote: “She was upset about the service. She stated the service was slow.”
Police received a 2:35 p.m. report that a woman had apparently made false returns with receipts she found in the trash at the Target on Highland Avenue. An officer searched the area but was unable to locate her.
Police received an 11:35 a.m. report of a dispute about the rate of a room at the Courtyard Marriott on Independence Way, but an officer later called it “unfounded.”