An 11:10 a.m. report that a possible fire alarm was sounding brought police and the Fire Department to an Edgewood Road address. Police wrote later: “Radio alarm clock going off.”
Police received a 1:44 p.m. report that a man on Lincoln Avenue had received 31 texts from his ex-girlfriend. “Some included threats that she was going to get him in trouble with the police again and some were threats that she was going to show up at his house and start trouble.”
A Nonantum Road caller reported at 1:13 a.m. that there was somebody walking downstairs in the house. “Caller said the door is unlocked, the caller is in the closet upstairs,” police wrote. Later: “Did a walk through. No one in or around the house.”
The Fire Department responded to a 2:12 p.m. report of a fire at the boatyard at 3 Beacon St. and extinguished a small blaze in a wall there. Firefighters were on scene for about a total of 90 minutes. The fire started in electrical wiring, a firefighter said. There were no injuries.
Two females were transported to Beverly Hospital with undisclosed injuries after a 2:42 p.m. report that they had fallen at the Sears at the Northshore Mall.
A 4:15 p.m. report of a bedroom fire brought emergency personnel to 9 Eastman Park. Police wrote later: “Party was burning incense on stove and forgot...no fire.”
A woman at 103 Central St. reported at 4:34 p.m. that “her neighbor stole one of her pies.” Police wrote later that an officer had “rectified the situation and got the pie back.”
A pedestrian was transported to Salem Hospital with minor injuries after a 5:51 p.m. report of that he’d been struck by a vehicle at Centennial Drive and Summit Street.
Police received an 8:45 p.m. report that two vehicles had been broken into at 15 Newbury St. “Taken was a purse, nothing of value inside,” police wrote.
A 9:23 p.m. report that a female with a child had passed out at a table brought police to the McDonald’s at 133 Main St. An officer wrote later: “Party was sent on her way.”
Police were unable to locate people who were reported to be fighting in the parking lot of the Golden Banana on Newbury Street at 12:55 a.m.
Police and the Fire Department responded to Tremont and Northend Street about 9 a.m. after a report of a three-vehicle accident. Firefighters used to a pry bar to free one motorist and a man was subsequently transported to Salem Hospital with minor injuries.
Police received a 12:54 p.m. report of a shoplifting incident that had occurred in August at the Toys R Us at the Northshore Mall.
Police called for an ambulance in front of the Godiva store at the Northshore Mall for a woman who had spilled hot coffee on her chest, according to radio reports about 9 p.m.
Police conducted a traffic stop on Sculpin Way about 10:30 p.m. and arrested Thomas Surette, 19, of 32 Allen Road, Swampscott, on charges of possession of a class D drug and possession of liquor as a person under 21, and Anthony Wood, 20, of 44 Sculpin Way, Swampscott, on charges of possession of a class D drug and possession of liquor as a person under 21.
A woman on Bridge Street reported at 5:09 p.m. that she had been “brushed” by an MBTA bus about 20 or 30 minutes before. “No information is available for that bus,” police wrote.
A 6:49 p.m. report of loud yelling brought police to 12 Pope St., where they determined a woman was “upset about things at work and related that’s why she was yelling.” She said she’d stop yelling, but “would not relate what the problem at work was,” an officer wrote.
Police received an 8:05 p.m. report that somebody had “just poured a soda into a gas tank of a vehicle” at 40 Roslyn St.
Police responded to Wal-Mart on Highland Avenue after a 10:09 p.m. report that a man had put items inside his jacket, including a $19.96 PlayStation 3 game, a $9.96 DVD, a $9.94 set of kid’s pajamas and a $4.88 boy’s T-shirt. Justin G. Thomas, 18, of 57 Bulfinch St., Lynn, was arrested on a charge of shoplifting over $100. Police wrote in the log that Thomas was suspected of having shoplifted items from the store on a previous date.
Police at the Salem State University baseball field about 1 a.m. determined a man was intoxicated and took him into protective custody. Police arrested Gavin M. Dineen, 21, of 50 Samosett St., Plymouth, on a charge of disorderly conduct, after he allegedly “became disruptive” while police took the other man into protective custody.
Numerous officers were unable to locate anything amiss in the area of 2 Parlee St. after a 4:24 a.m. report that a man had threatened a woman with a firearm there.
A Belleau Road woman reported at 11:58 a.m. that she’d received a scam phone call from a man identifying himself as “Charles” who said she owed money for a timeshare her deceased husband had purchased in Florida. The woman was “adamant” that she “had no knowledge of this purchase,” police wrote. “The male disconnected the call soon after threatening to bring the matter to court if she does not pay....[she] was assured that ‘Charles’ probably would not call back because of her sharp wit and tongue and the way that she treated the situation on her own.”
A 2:23 p.m. report that “undesirable parties” were hanging around brought police to the area of Dodge Street and Dodge Street Court, where they determined the two were homeless and “staying out of the rain in a doorway.”
Police were unable to locate three young children that were reported to be playing in the roadway near 20 Franklin St. at 4:09 p.m.
A 12:38 p.m. report of shoplifting at the Wal-Mart on Brooksby Village Drive resulted in the arrest of Stacie Campbell, 26, of 38 Dunham Road, Beverly, on a charge of shoplifting by asportation. Police received another report of shoplifting at the store at 12:54 p.m., this time arresting Zachary Hale, 32, of 87 Linden St., Lowell, on a charge of shoplifting by asportation, second offense.
Police were unable to locate an elderly woman in pajamas who was reported to be in the area of Essex Street and Brimbal Avenue at 7:46 a.m.
Police responded to an 11:23 a.m. report of a shoplifter at a store at 224 Elliott St. and arrested Amanda L. Pizzi, 33, of 16 Bridge St., Beverly, on a charge of shoplifting by asportation.
About 1:30 p.m., an officer at 498 Rantoul St. arrested Devan Joseph Martin, 19, of 119 Water St., Beverly, on a charge of possession of a class B drug. Martin was also wanted on two warrants out of Salem, according to the log.