A woman reported having her car broken into at 2:31 p.m.
At 7:50 p.m., police took a report on a missing bike on Beckford Street.
An iPod touch was stolen from a vehicle on Chase Street, according to the log at 10:44 p.m.
A motor scooter was reported stolen on School Street, as logged at 5:31 a.m.
A woman found a gold U.S. Army ring on the sidewalk at Elliott Street and Echo Avenue and turned it in to police at 1:20 p.m.
Victorino Lopez, 26, of 116 Franklin St., Lynn, was arrested at 2:10 p.m. on Lynnfield Street by Officer Mark Falco on charges of driving without a license, failing to stop and on two outstanding warrants for motor vehicle violations.
A driver decided to dump construction debris from a bathroom renovation into a DPW Dumpster, but he was spotted by police. He "was made to remove the debris and was told to dispose of the waste properly," according to the log.
In a case of tempting fate, someone reported "two people having sex in a motor vehicle parked in the parking lot of St. Ann's," according to the log at 9 p.m. Police found the lot empty.
Adam J. Burnett, 26, of 93 Holten St., Danvers, was arrested at 1:11 a.m. on Route 1 by Officer James Harkins on charges of drunken driving, speeding and failing to move over for an emergency vehicle.
A man out walking on Walnut Street told police at 2:25 a.m. that he got into a disagreement with someone in a passing car. "The car returned, and a few punches were exchanged," according to the log.
Mark Bruce Astroff, 60, of 18 Noble Hill Road, Beverly, was arrested on North Street by Patrolwoman Tracey O'Leary on a charge of being disorderly. In the midst of an argument with another man, police say Astroff began shouting at him and at them.
Benjamin A. DiIorio, 57, of 37 Belleview Ave., Salem, was arrested at 4:15 p.m. at his address by Patrolmen Kevin O'Donnell and John Anderson on two counts of domestic assault and battery and one of attempted murder. Police were called to an argument between husband and wife. The wife accused DiIorio of hitting her in the face and choking her. Police noted there were no visible injuries.
Police responded to reports of skateboarders on the second and third floor of the Museum Place Garage at 4:23 p.m., but before they arrived, the suspects had skated.
A generator and a heavy-duty dolly went missing when a man in the process of moving from his home on Leval Road was absent for one night, according to the log at 4:54 p.m. There are no suspects.
A man who removed his watch in order to play basketball at the Lynch/van Otterloo YMCA found it missing when the game ended. He reported the apparent theft to police at 6:03 p.m.
Police were called at 9:03 p.m. regarding "unlawful entry" at a building on Park Street. It turned out National Grid had been there. The building manager explained that "National Grid has a key to the residence but for some reason drilled out the lock to gain entry," according to the log.
No one was found when police checked, but a woman on Lafayette Street told them at 1:26 a.m. that "while on her second floor, she heard someone walking around downstairs," according to the log.
Don't you hate it when this happens? A woman on Jackson Street called police at 7:26 p.m. because her husband would not give her the keys to her car. But the husband told police he did not have them and "she has not even looked for them," according to the log. "She just keeps yelling at him." A police officer, along with the husband, found the "keys in the basement on the kitchen table."
A woman reported malicious damage to her vehicle in the Congress/Palmer Street parking lot. "The rear windshield was smashed," according to the log at 8:26 a.m. "The driver's-side door window was smashed. The front seat and back seats were slashed and torn apart. The dashboard and stereo area were also damaged and rearview mirror torn off.
John B. Lafave, 53, of 155 Fort Ave., Salem, was arrested at 11:07 a.m. on Bridge Street by Patrolman Michael Levesque on three outstanding warrants and charges of driving with a revoked license, speeding, driving to endanger, passing illegally, failing to stop where indicated and marked-lanes violations. These violations apparently involve what police describe as "a brief motor vehicle pursuit that was initiated on Brown Street and ended on Bridge Street," according to the log.
A court officer reported finding a pack of gum at 12:15 p.m. at District Court, the package containing "six small marijuana cigarettes." He did not find whom they belonged to. The cigarettes will be destroyed.
Salem Fire Department's Engine 4 and Ladder 1 helped a mother on First Street be reunited with her children, whom she had locked in the car, according to the log at 12:38 p.m.
Police suspect malicious intent after a resident on Toomey Street reported at 3:46 p.m. that his lawn was dug up.
An attempted break-in was reported on Dyer Court at 4:21 p.m.