A Salem State University student told police that she was walking through the school parking lot when someone called her a "midget."
Justice Gonzalez, 20, of 3 Henry Ave., Lynn, was arrested at 8:35 p.m. on Traders Way and charged with illegal possession of a Class B substance (Percocet).
Kristine Michell Fiore, 27, of 2 Harbor St., Manchester, was arrested at 9:26 p.m. on New Derby Street and charged with illegal possession of a Class B substance, illegal possession of a Class E substance, and shoplifting.
Responding to a citizen's complaint about noise at 11:18 p.m., police instructed the manager of the Pig's Eye on Derby Street to have the band stop playing the drums.
Several police officers responded to the AOH Club on Boston Street at 1:22 a.m. to disperse a "large and hostile crowd." Jesseca Dottin-McKie, 21, of 103 Winthrop St., Roxbury, was arrested and charged with wanton destruction of property over $100 and disorderly conduct. Two other women, who police said were "highly intoxicated" and upset that their friend was being arrested, were placed into protective custody and taken to the police station.
Richard R. LeFrancois, 53, of 22 Bangal Lane, Salem, was arrested at 2:09 a.m. and charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (shoes) and with assault and battery.
A pedestrian was struck by a car at 8:28 a.m. at the intersection of Lafayette and Leavitt streets. Michael Whalen, 31, of 259 Lafayette St., told police he attempted to jump out of the way but was hit by the car and fell onto the hood, then onto the ground. The driver, Susan Grillo-Vitale, 52, of 14 Lynch St., Salem, told police that she was making a left turn onto Leavitt Street when Whalen came out of nowhere.
The driver of a U-Haul truck was cited after driving the 2007 Ford into a tree on Hersey Street at 8:43 a.m., causing extensive damage to the passenger side. Efrain Zambrana was issued a citation for failure to use care and caution and also for a seat belt violation.
A Willson Street resident told police his mother had received a phone call from a man saying he was CEO of a company called Gold Rush International Casino. The man said she had won $1.5 million and would need to send him a moneygram for $1,600 to collect her prize. Police told the resident it was a scam and advised him not to send money. When police called the call-back number that the man had provided, it had been disconnected.
Police responded to a report of a patient punching a hole in the wall in the emergency room at Salem Hospital.
Jose J. Flores, 29, of 132 Cottage St., Apt. 1, Chelsea, was arrested at 5:07 p.m. at Sears and charged with shoplifting over $100 by concealing merchandise.
Victor M. Flores, 50, of 11 Waverly St., Apt. 1, Everett, was arrested at 5:45 p.m. at Sears and charged with shoplifting over $100 by concealing merchandise.
Nestor Mendez, 25, of 10 Forest St., Apt. 3, Lynn, was arrested at 6:08 p.m. on Wiona Street and charged with driving without a license and speeding.
Police responded at 11:27 p.m. to a rollover accident on Route 114. There were no injuries.
Tuan K. Le, 34, of 261 Newbury St., Apt. 68C, Peabody, was arrested at 1:42 a.m. on Route 114 and charged with drunken driving and a marked-lanes violation.
The Fire Department extinguished a car fire on Winona Street just after 2 a.m.
A manager at Salem Five Bank on Central Street told police that a man in the bank said he wasn't feeling well, had taken pills and that someone may be trying to kill him. The man was told to leave the bank.
Northshore Mall security asked police to assist them in removing a man from the mall because he would not take off his hoodie. The man told police he had taken some pills, and police called an ambulance to take him to the hospital.
Robert A. Bouffard, 61, of 14 Keys Drive, Peabody, was arrested at 12:14 p.m. and charged with disorderly conduct.
Two people were taken to Lahey North Hospital by ambulance after a two-car accident on Route 114 just after 3 p.m.
Star of the Sea Church on Atlantic Avenue said it would tow an abandoned utility trailer that has been in its parking lot for two years.
Police received a report of vandalism to the softball field at the high school.
Police responded to a report of a dog inside an SUV that kept stepping up and beeping the horn. Police notified the dog owner, who was getting her hair done.
Police dispersed a loud group on High Street at 9:48 p.m.
Police responded at 1:14 p.m. to a report of loud music at the Danvers Trailer Park on Route 114.