An 8:10 a.m. report of a suspicious backpack brought police to 64 Humphrey St., where they determined it contained musical equipment.
A Longwood Drive female reported at 12:18 p.m. that she had received threatening texts from her ex-boyfriend.
A Duncan Terrace woman reported at 2:44 p.m. that she believed “some person may be attempting to gain entry to her house when she is not home.”
Police received a 2:46 p.m. report that a suspicious item was floating in a pond near 289 Lynn St. Police determined it was a cooler and that it was about 40 feet offshore.
A Dooling Circle woman reported “baby skunks out during day,” according to a 3:12 p.m. report. “I advised her that they do come out during the day,” wrote an officer. “I suggested she hire an exterminator, or call Mass. Wildlife for further info on how to drive them out.”
Police received a 3:12 p.m. report that a man had forced a woman out of a car on Crowninshield Street and taken their child, but an officer later determined there was “no actual kidnapping due to no orders being placed in the courts.” They also determined the incident had actually happened in Lynnfield.
A 6:13 p.m. report of a restraining order violation brought police to 30 Emily Lane. Subsequently arrested was Albert J. Intonti, 54, of 7 Wheeler St., Peabody, on charges of violating an abuse prevention order and domestic assault.
Police responded to a 6:41 p.m. report of an assault at 90 Winona St. and arrested Anamaria B. Batista, 41, of the same address, on a charge of domestic assault and battery.
An intoxicated female was transported to Beverly Hospital after a 7:06 p.m. report that she was passed out in a hallway at 9 North Central St.
Police received a 9:49 p.m. report from a man who “would like to speak to an officer regarding the liquor store taking his liquor away from him.” An officer wrote later the man had been spoken to. “No further action required,” wrote police.