A vehicle parked at 12 Peabody St. had been keyed on both sides sometime overnight, according to an 8:10 a.m. report.
A Charter Street man reported at 6:35 p.m. that his coat and wallet had been stolen from his motorized wheelchair while it was parked in a hallway at his residence building.
A woman was taken into protective custody after police responded to an 8:41 p.m. report that she had left the shelter at 56 Margin St. with a portable breath test.
Police responded to an 8:41 a.m. report of a man “acting strange” at 72 North St. and found a man and woman at the car wash there “emptying computers from their vehicle.” Police determined the two were cleaning out their vehicle before leaving it at a body shop and that the computer in question was not stolen.
A 9:21 a.m. report of trespassing at 205 Highland Ave. resulted in the arrest of Patricia Cunha, 50, of 205 Highland Ave., Salem.
Two residents of a West Avenue address reported at 11:19 a.m. that a safe and a suitcase had been stolen from their bedroom and bedroom closet. They indicated the theft probably occurred on Sunday, when they had found their bedroom window open and their back door unlocked.
Police received an 11:55 a.m. report that sometime on Halloween, an amplifier and three microphones had been stolen from a stage set up near the entrance to the mall at 144 Essex St.
A Washington Street man reported at 12:04 p.m. that someone had left a Dunkin’ Donuts gift card under his door and “every month he has been receiving small gifts,” possibly from a woman he knows. “He was advised that he has no evidence that she is leaving the items and if he believes he is being harassed he can seek a harassment order,” police wrote.