Police received a 9:48 a.m. report that somebody on a moped was “shaken up” but uninjured after an accident on Tedesco Street, but an officer determined it had actually occurred in Salem.
A man was transported to Lynn Union hospital after his doctor reported at 11:38 a.m. that he was going through opiate withdrawal and shouldn’t be driving.
Two women went into the police station on Gerry Street about 2:30 p.m., one of whom was having a “tough time,” according to the log. An officer wrote: “The other woman said she just needed to cool off in the AC and also stated she just had a seizure at the church. At that time, medical assistance was offered and declined. A short time later the woman vomited off the front steps of the station and I told her that I would now be dispatching an ambulance for an evaluation.” Neither woman accepted medical treatment.
A tree fell on two cars on Rowland Street, according to a 4:13 p.m. report.
A Lincoln Avenue man reported at 7:20 p.m. that his keys had been stolen from his car. Police wrote: “When asked if keys were definitely stolen, he replied he was not sure and that they may be lost. He said his car was open, and there was no sign of a break-in.”
A male reported at 8:24 p.m. that a pair of purple and green Osiris sneakers had fallen out of his backpack somewhere on Atlantic Avenue earlier in the day.
Police received an 11:07 p.m. report that a man in his 50s with short hair had looked into the rear window of a house on Nonantum Road.
A Jersey Street woman reported at 5:56 p.m. that a “past friend” had been harassing her via text messages.
Somebody was walking around barefoot on Endicott Avenue, according to a 6:14 p.m. report.
Police received an 8:20 p.m. report that a Pleasant Street man had “long-standing issues” with his neighbors. Police wrote: “He found nails in his driveway today. He picked them up. Later, he found several more. He believes it to be his neighbor.”
A motorist reported at 8:43 p.m. that somebody had cut him off on Pleasant Street.
An 8:51 p.m. report that an 85-year-old woman on Peach Highlands was “dazed and confused” resulted in her being transported to Salem Hospital, according to the log.
Police received a 2:18 a.m. report that a Jersey Street man had “some type of oxygen-eating gas in his house and he did not know where it was from.” Police wrote that the man declined further help, saying only he “wanted it in the logs.”
A Central Street woman reported at 7:07 p.m. that “somebody broke her expensive dog bowl,” but police wrote later: “No action required.”
A male was transported to Beverly Hospital after a 7:31 p.m. report that he had broken his arm at O’Connor Park on Home Street.
Police responded to a 2:31 p.m. report of threats at 10 Nancy Ave. and subsequently determined that two firearms had been taken from the residence.
The manager at the Plaza Motel on Newbury Street reported at 2:57 p.m. that a dog had been abandoned at the business and “the alleged owner is a transient and he doesn’t have any further info on her whereabouts.” The dog was to be subsequently transported to Borash Veterinary Clinic.
A Tremont Street woman reported at 5:05 p.m. that her 19-year-old son had not made contact with her. “Officer spoke to the individual’s boss and he stated that he sent him to North Adams for the day and he will be returning soon. The boss will try to get in contact with the individual and have him contact his family,” police wrote.
At 6:12 p.m., an officer at 112 Lowell St. arrested Tayla Greenlaw, 17, of the same address, on a warrant with charges of resisting arrest and two counts of assault and battery on a police officer.
Police received a 6:26 p.m. report that a child’s hand was stuck in an elevator at Tannery Apartments, 50 Warren St., but medical attention was subsequently refused.
A man voluntarily went to Salem Hospital for evaluation after a 7:29 p.m. report from his girlfriend that he was going to overdose on pills.
An Aborn Street man reported at 8:06 p.m. that his “motorized bicycle” had been stolen and “he just saw it driving down the street.” Police spoke to the man who’d been seen driving it and determined he had a bill of sale for the bike.
A female on Endicott Street was transported to Salem Hospital with minor injuries after she was struck by a vehicle that subsequently fled the area, according to a 9:23 p.m. log item.
A Ruth Avenue woman reported at 10:21 p.m. that somebody had rung her back doorbell. “Officer checked the location and nothing was located,” police wrote.
Police received a 1:26 a.m. report that multiple cars had flat tires at the Holiday Inn on Newbury Street. “Officer stood by as state police took reports,” wrote police.
The DPW was notified after a 1:51 a.m. report that a large tree branch was hanging in the roadway near 15 Putnam St.
A Dale Street woman reported at 3:46 a.m. that “someone is in the room next to her.” Police wrote: “This call is unfounded as there is no indication that anyone is or was in the house that should not be there.”
A man will be summonsed to court on a charge of leaving the scene of property damage after a 4:47 a.m. report that a white sedan with New York plates had struck a light pole near 10 Centennial Drive, bringing it down across the roadway.
A 9:39 a.m. report of stolen property at Sears at the Northshore Mall resulted in the arrest of Lawrence J. Ianetta, 46, of 190 Lafayette St., Apt. 8, Salem, on charges of shoplifting over $100 and receiving stolen property over $250.
A woman reported at 12:02 p.m. that she had “an unsettling incident” involving the principal of Stanley Elementary School earlier in the morning, during which she “felt threatened.”
Police received a 12:42 p.m. report that a dozen lawn lights had been stolen from 54 Columbia St.
A woman reported at 5:56 p.m. that she had been on the phone with a man on Puritan Road “and his wife was attacking him.”
A woman in front of the post office on Elmwood Road opened her car door in front of a moving vehicle, causing a minor accident, according to a 9:49 a.m. report. No injuries were reported.
Police received a 10:59 a.m. report from a Paradise Road woman who said an unknown female kept calling her and telling her to “stop calling her.”
A “confused” elderly woman was returned home after a 2:45 p.m. report that she had wandered onto a porch on Atlantic Avenue.
At 3:17 p.m., a woman reported a man was on Redington Street “sitting on a porch in such a way as to expose himself to passerby.” Police didn’t report finding anything suspicious upon responding to the location.
Police received a 6:25 a.m. report of a previous break-in attempt at 46 Paradise Road.
Police responded to a 7:46 p.m. report of a domestic dispute at 84 Ipswich Road and subsequently arrested Peyton Morris, 20, of the same address, on a charge of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (teeth). An officer said Morris bit her mother during a verbal dispute.
A fence on Sharons Way had been spray-painted, according to a 10:17 a.m. report.
Police received a 1:24 p.m. report of an accident between a black taxi and a silver Chevrolet at 100 Independence Way. There were no injuries, according to the log.
A 10:31 p.m. report of a broken collarbone brought police and emergency personnel to a Charles Street address.
Police responded to a 12:47 a.m. report that there were three youths in a parking lot at Rantoul Street and Railroad Avenue, but an officer wrote later, “Nothing appears amiss.”
A 2:08 a.m. report of a loud house party brought police to 37 Beckford St. “Advised to quiet down for the night,” an officer wrote later.
Jewelry was reported stolen from 26 Jordan St. at 5:04 p.m.
Police responded to a 10:07 p.m. report that three teenagers were “arguing” and “pushing” at 101 Rantoul St. and determined one male had been angered when another male told his girlfriend “how pretty she looked.”
A woman was transported home after a 1:45 a.m. report that she was drunk and in the roadway at Herrick and Ames streets.
Police responded to a 5:38 a.m. report that two men were panhandling at 10 Park St. and determined they had been “asking for money to get to L.A. to start careers.” They were subsequently dispersed.
A 12:06 p.m. report of an out-of-control patient brought three officers to Beverly Hospital, where they determined the person had already been restrained. “There was over 10 staff members already in the room,” wrote police. “No police services needed.”
Four officers responded to Beverly Hospital after a 2:18 p.m. report that a male was causing a disturbance in the emergency room. “Party left hospital property after speaking with his brother,” wrote an officer.
Police responded to a 6:07 p.m. report that a male was trying to take a backpack from a female in a green hooded sweatshirt on Congress Street. Police found a woman matching that description, but she told them she was “unaware of anyone attempting to steal her bag.” Police wrote: “Upon further investigation, she stated it was probably her boyfriend ... who made the call and faked the scenario. She stated they had just had a big argument and he was probably trying to retaliate.”
Police conducted a traffic stop on Peabody Street about 8 p.m. and arrested Donald Pelletier, 52, of 57 Dungeon Ave., Lynn, on charges of failure to signal before stopping and operating with a suspended license, subsequent offense.
A 8:32 a.m. report of a disturbance brought police to 55 Lawrence St., where they determined a 13-year-old boy was “very upset because of the loss of his cousin.”
A 1:49 p.m. report of shoplifting at Home Depot on Traders Way resulted in the arrest of Katherine Y. Clary, 26, of 89 Congress St., Salem, on a charge of shoplifting.
Police responded to 12 Pope St. after a 3:09 p.m. report of harassing phone calls and determined a woman was upset because her son had called and “left her a rude message.”
About 12 p.m., an officer at 149 South Main St. arrested Joanne McCarthy, 56, of 25 Nathaniel Brown Drive, Fremont, N.H., on charges of drunken driving, having an open container and a marked lanes violation. An officer said McCarthy was pulled over for erratic operation and had an open bottle of wine with her.