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October 1, 2012

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The creeps might be one reaction to a man on Manning Street who displayed his cellphone and told his neighbor that he was recording her. He added, she said, “He was going to start recording everyone in her family,” according to the log. She told police this was an ongoing dispute and that Salem detectives have been made aware of it. Police acquainted her with the means of obtaining a harassment order.

Robert Edward Sheridan, 45, 21 Leavitt St., Salem, was arrested at 8:21 p.m., at his address by patrolmen Roberson Troncoso and Joshua Gerrard on two counts of domestic assault and battery.

Joseph M. Cabozzi, 22, 248 Washington St., Salem, was arrested at 9:49 p.m., at New Derby Street by Sgt. Kristian Hanson on charges of being disorderly, possession of a class B drug and violating the city knife ordinance. Cabozzi was “acting in an aggressive and disorderly manner,” according to the log.

Sunday

Word of a possible fight on Washington Street at 1 a.m. drew police who reported in the log, “parties moved along, no fight.”

Hannah J. Miller, 20, 104 Irving St., Everett, was arrested, according to the log at 3:26 a.m., on campus, by Officer Jose Santiago of the Salem State University Police on charges of assault and battery on a police officer, assault and battery and being disorderly. Also arrested in the same incident was Elizabeth M. Johnson, 20, 61 Washington St., Wellesley, on charges of being disorderly, resisting arrest and obstructing an officer.

A family on Essex Street complained at 9:33 a.m. at being the frequent target of egg attacks, on the house and on vehicles.

Police are investigating a complaint of larceny connected to real estate, as logged at 11:03 a.m.

No one was hurt, but a driver managed to involve five others in an accident on Heritage Drive, according to a 12:53 p.m. log entry. Pulling out into traffic, he collided with an oncoming vehicle. That sent both drivers crashing into separate parked cars. The oncoming driver hit the car hard enough to set off a chain reaction that damaged two additional parked vehicles. The first driver was faulted for failure to yield the right of way.

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