Police received a 7:56 a.m. report that a United States Postal Service box was “lying down” at Cornell Road and West Shore Drive.
Police responded to an 8:36 a.m. report of a suspicious item that had washed up near Edgemere Road. “Caller was out looking at storm and took pictures of what appears to be a bale of pot that has washed up,” an officer wrote. The caller emailed the picture to the department, and then an officer went and found the object, determining that it was a “foam block from a float.”
A dock broke loose in Marblehead Harbor, according to a 9:45 a.m. report.
A motorist was transported to Salem Hospital after police and the Fire Department responded to a 12:26 p.m. report that a car had struck a tree on Humphrey Street.
Five youths were throwing snowballs on Marion Road, according to a 7:57 p.m. call made to 911.
Police received an 8:23 p.m. report that a vehicle was “hanging over the cliff” in front of Veterans Middle School on Pleasant Street but determined that the vehicle was actually “up on the hill and the tree stopped it from coming down.” Police wrote: “Driver got lost and turned down the wrong way.”
A purse with $18.66 in change and 25 cents in Canadian coins was found at a business on Pleasant Street, according to a 7:49 a.m. report. “No ID in it,” police wrote.
Police received a 10:02 a.m. report of a disoriented woman in a raspberry-colored hat and a blue trench coat at Pleasant and Spring streets at 10:02 a.m. Police were unable to locate her.
A seawall on Spray Avenue was collapsing, according to an 11:02 a.m. report. Police spoke to its owner in Swampscott and wrote, “He has been notified and is meeting engineers later in the day to check the situation.”
A locksmith reported at 1:19 p.m. that he had lost a blue fabric bag containing lock picks after he apparently put it on top of his vehicle after a job on Overlook Road and drove off. Police were unable to locate it.
Police received a 6:20 p.m. report that a car alarm had been going off on Doaks Lane since 1 p.m.
A Pleasant Street man reported receiving “what he believes to be death threats” from his tenants at 7:13 p.m.
Police responded to a 10:38 p.m. report of a fight in the MBTA lot on Park Street.
A 9:59 p.m. report of a car driving without its lights brought police to the area of Grover Street and Thaxton Road, but a search of the area didn’t yield anything suspicious.
Police received a 12:09 a.m. report that items had been stolen from a vehicle at Rantoul and Wallis streets.
A woman reported at 9:48 p.m. that a man had sworn at her after she refused to provide him one of her shopping bags “since his tore” at the Stop & Shop at 450 Paradise Road.
Police escorted a customer off the property of Uno Chicago Grill at 970 Paradise Road after a 9:41 p.m. report from the manager that the individual was “acting strange.”
A Hampshire Street woman reported her vehicle had been broken into overnight at 8:56 a.m.
A 9-year-old girl was transported to North Shore Medical Center with minor injuries after a 4:29 p.m. report of an accident on Howley Street.
A woman reported at 7:03 p.m. that her wallet had fallen out of her vehicle when she got out at Paddy Kelly’s at 154 Washington St. When she went back to find it, six rings and $30 in cash were missing.
Police received an 8:32 report that kids were shooting paintball guns in Farnham Park, but officers were unable to locate them.
Police will summons a man on charges of domestic assault, malicious destruction of property over $250 and witness intimidation after receiving a 12:08 a.m. report that an intoxicated man had fled Buxton Street after he slashed the caller’s tires following a dispute.
A report of a disturbance at Tracey and Dennis streets at 1:10 a.m. resulted in the arrest of Jeffrey Wright, 35, of 92 Central St., Apt. 1, Peabody, on a charge of disorderly conduct and assault and battery.
Police conducted a traffic stop at Route 128 and Newbury Street at 2 a.m. and arrested Thiago Dossantos, 32, of 182 Linden St., Apt. 1, Everett, on charges of drunken driving, second offense; operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license; a marked lanes violation; and speeding.
A Franklin Street woman reported that she believed her sister’s ex had thrown a rock at her house at 1:33 p.m. “She believes it happened sometime today,” police wrote.
Police conducted a traffic stop at Lynnfield Street and First Avenue at 1:40 p.m. and arrested Rafael Zacarias, 33, of Lynn on charges of unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and failure to stop or yield.
Police received a 6:37 a.m. report that a disabled, insulin-dependent 46-year-old man had gone missing from his residence on Essex Street. He was later located with a friend.
Police and the Fire Department responded to a 4:32 p.m. report of smoke in a house at 15 Brittania Circle, where a woman said she had woken up to “eggs exploding and smoke” after she lay down while boiling eggs. There was no damage.
The Fire Department unlocked a vehicle with a child inside at 1 New Liberty St., according to an 8:02 p.m. report.
A Loring Avenue woman reported at 11 a.m. that somebody had stolen her blanket, sheet and pillowcase from a community laundry facility.
A city plow truck clipped the rear of a parked pickup truck with its blade at 120 Washington St., according to an 11:04 a.m. log item.
Police will summons a seven-months-pregnant woman on a charge of shoplifting after a 1:44 p.m. report that she had been seen trying to steal $124.54 in merchandise from Walmart at 450 Highland Ave.
A 4:05 p.m. report of a domestic dispute between a brother and sister at 239 Jefferson Ave. resulted in the arrest of Amanda Hadley, 33, of the same address, on a charge of domestic assault and battery.
A woman in her 50s was transported to Salem Hospital with undisclosed injuries — an officer said he didn’t believe they were life-threatening — after she was struck by a vehicle on Lafayette Street near Saltonstall Parkway around 8:40 p.m. The officer said she had been trying to cross a dark section of the street and was wearing dark clothing. The impact of the collision smashed the vehicle’s windshield, according to radio reports. Police briefly shut down a section of Lafayette Street while emergency personnel got her into an ambulance.
Police received a 5:02 p.m. that youths were throwing snowballs on MacArthur Boulevard.
Teens were “misbehaving” at McDonald’s at 135 Andover St., according to a 1:43 a.m. report. Police were unable to locate them.
Police conducted a traffic stop at 105 Andover St. at 1:45 p.m. and arrested Fabio Leite, 37, of 320 Grant St., Framingham, on charges of unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and a U-turn violation.
Police responded to a 7:21 p.m. report of an “out of control” man at 16 Martel Road and arrested Ian Wilson, 25, of the same address, on charges of assault, intimidation of a witness, destruction of property and resisting arrest.