A juvenile female was transported to Beverly Hospital after a 1 p.m. report that she’d fallen off her bicycle at Washington and Colfax streets.
Police responded to a 2;54 a.m. report of loud music in the area of 42 Pleasant St. “Music was extremely loud,” wrote an officer. “No answer at front door due to the extremely high level of music. Able to get to the second floor porch and enter.” Once inside, police found a man “playing drums to the extremely loud stereo,” according to the log. Police wrote that the man was intoxicated and unaware of the time. He was initially uncooperative and was placed into handcuffs, according to the log, but then he became cooperative, the music was turned down, and the handcuffs were removed. He was given a verbal warning for disturbing the peace, and police cleared the scene.
Police received an 8:01 p.m. report that a 25-year-old man with autism was out of control at a Northridge Road address.
Officers were unable to locate anything amiss after a 2:20 a.m. report that somebody had heard women screaming in the area of Trask Lane and Apple Road.
Police responded to a 2:22 p.m. report of a large group of kids on a beach near Ober Street and subsequently arrested Craig Gordon, 18, of 13 Conant St., Salem, on charges of being a person under 21 in possession of liquor and disorderly conduct.
Police didn’t report finding anything suspicious after responding to a 6:53 p.m. report that somebody on a bicycle was videotaping trains near the depot on Railroad Avenue.
A 7:33 p.m. report of a domestic dispute resulted in the arrest of William Brewster, 22, of 3 Huron St., Swampscott, on charges of domestic assault and battery, wanton destruction of property under $250 and malicious destruction of property under $250.