A loud blast was reported on Belfast Street at 9:04 p.m.
A Newbury Street man reported his back door lock was “cut off” at 10:32 a.m.
A 2:08 a.m. report that somebody rang a doorbell brought police to 108 Centre St., but a search of the area didn’t yield anything suspicious.
Richard Louissaint, 20, of 9 Memorial Drive, Middleton, was arrested on charges of trespassing, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest, according to a 7 p.m. log item. Louissaint was arrested at North Shore Community College.
Police conducted a traffic stop at 153 Endicott St. at 4:37 a.m. and arrested Brian Zagrobski, 44, of 13 Crowdis St., Salem, on charges of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, subsequent offense; possession of a class B drug; and a moped violation.
An 11:53 a.m. report of a suspicious man on a pink bike brought an officer to Cherry Street, but the report was later called “unfounded.”
An officer was unable to locate a vehicle which had driven through two stop lights on High Street, according to a 2:20 p.m. log item.
Two men were transported to Beverly Hospital with undisclosed injuries after a single-vehicle accident on Route 1 northbound at about 8 p.m. A firefighter said the vehicle struck a guardrail and then spun around twice. The men were “conscious and semi-alert” after the accident, he said.
Nobody was injured in a two-alarm house fire that broke out at 121 Summit St. just after noon. Fire Chief Ronald Giovannacci said the blaze apparently started with some kind of electrical problem inside a chicken coop and spread to the nearby house. Crews from Danvers and Boxford assisted at the scene and it took about 40 minutes to knock the fire down. Middleton and Ipswich firefighters provided headquarters coverage during the incident.
After a report of an erratic operator, police conducted a traffic stop at Route 1 and Salem Road at 1:56 p.m. and arrested Priscilla Guerrero, 29, of Wakefield, on charges of driving under the influence of drugs, operating to endanger and a marked lanes violation.