An officer was unable to locate a group of people who were reported to be smashing bottles near 58 Pierpont St.
An officer was unable to locate a group of youths who were reported to be shining a spotlight onto houses near Felton and Prospect streets.
A woman on Bragg Street reported at 1:54 a.m. that somebody had thrown a beer bottle at her vehicle, smashing a rear light.
A Moulton Road woman reported at 8:50 a.m. that her house had been egged. Police wrote: “The officer spoke with the resident and she will wash the egg off. There was no damage and no suspects.”
A Reynolds Road resident reported possible fraud at 10:27 a.m. Police wrote later: “The officer stated that there is a mix-up with the Yellow Pages and they have the residence incorrectly listed as a plumbing company. They will attempt to resolve the problem on their own.”
Traffic lights were knocked down during a hit-and-run near 598 Lowell St., according to a 10:29 a.m. log item. Police didn’t report finding the suspected vehicle, which was described as a black and white pickup truck.
Police and the Fire Department responded to a report of an accident just before Exit 25B on Route 128 northbound about 8:30 p.m. According to radio reports, one vehicle sustained heavy front-end damage; no injuries were reported.
An employee at the Gulf Express on Essex Street reported at 10:57 p.m. that his wallet had gone missing after a large group of youths had left the store. Police wrote later: “Determined clerk could have simply misplaced it.”
Officers responded to the gazebo on the Salem Commons after a 4:03 p.m. report that a man and woman were fighting and determined the man was actually teaching the woman self-defense moves. “The two were advised to find a less public forum to practice so as not to alarm the public,” wrote an officer.