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May 10, 2014

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An 8:28 p.m. report of a fight brought police to Washington and New Derby streets. Subsequently arrested was Kristian Wilt, 35, homeless, on charges of assault and battery and attempting to commit a crime.

Friday

A woman reported at 9:51 p.m. that her ex-boyfriend had left a threatening letter on her vehicle at Loring Avenue and Linden Street. The woman told police that the man had been “leaving notes and flowers on her car and showing up at her work.”

Police responded to a 10:31 p.m. report that somebody was trespassing on the property of Salem Harbor Station, 24 Fort Ave. They determined a man had entered the area via Blaney Street “to take some pictures for his employer named Mig Construction.” Police wrote: “The company is bidding on a project at the facility.” The manager of Salem Harbor Station declined to press charges against the man, who was escorted from the property after he agreed to delete the photos he’d taken.

Police received a 1:54 p.m. report that somebody was dressed up in “Nazi gear” at the Army Barracks, 234 Essex St. “Spoke to the clerk at the Army Barracks,” an officer wrote later. “He stated that he did talk with the male party with the Nazi gear. He said the man walked around the store for a short period of time, then left. He had no issues with him being in the store.”

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