A woman called police, at 12:40 a.m. to report that her neighbors are away and she was keeping an eye on their house. Earlier, she said, she saw a white Toyota Prius parked in the street near the neighbor's house, which made her "very concerned." The driver never got out of the car and drove off after a period of time. She was advised that it is a public street, and anyone is allowed to park there. The vehicle was registered to a nearby neighbor.

A Brown Street resident called police, at 12:55 p.m. to say that his mother left for Dexter, Maine, yesterday afternoon in her car and never arrived. He said he had called state police in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts but they had no record of anything involving her. He called back a half hour later to say that he had just gotten a call from his mother, who told him she had forgotten to bring her phone with her yesterday, so no one could reach her, and she had stopped for the night at a hotel along the way because it was too long a drive. She said she had since made it to Dexter and all was well.

A McKinley Road resident called police at 1:50 p.m., to report that two males dressed in trench coats came to his door and asked him why people were put on Earth. They then left the area, heading toward Gerald Road in a black sedan. The caller failed to get a license plate.

A Shetland Road man reported to police, at 7:20 p.m., that about 45 minutes earlier his daughter was approached by a male in a small, white car while she was walking her dog. The daughter said the man made her uncomfortable when he rolled down his window and came across the street to say something to her. She could give police no further information other than that it was a four-door car. Police checked the neighborhood to no avail.



A female student called police, at 6:05 p.m., from the vicinity of 23 Essex St., to report they were being followed by an unknown male. 

Police responded to the intersection of Rantoul and School streets, at 8:25 p.m., for a four-vehicle accident involving alcohol and drugs.


Two officers were dispatched to 112 Corning St., at 2 a.m. for a report that two men were fighting inside the house.

Police were sent to the vicinity of 40 Chase St. just before 6 a.m., to check on a street light that was reportedly making popping noises and sparking.

Police were called to 188 Cabot St., at 6:30 a.m., to check on a woman who seemed out of it and fell out of a chair.

A party reported, at 10:35 a.m., from 169 Lothrop St., that a laptop had been stolen from their car.

An officer was sent to check a residence at 6 Sohier Road after someone reported, at 10:45 a.m., that the residence may have been broken into, as the dogs had escaped.



Police were called at 1:30 p.m., regarding an Oct. 27 jewelry theft at the Aviv Skilled Nursing Center, 240 Lynnfield St. 

The animal control officer was sent to the vicinity of Higgins Middle School, 85 Perkins St., at 2:05 p.m., to check on the well-being of a coyote. It fled on foot when the officer arrived.

A message left on the police tips line reported, at 2:30 p.m., that "A male and female of a Portuguese or Eastern European descent knocked on my door claiming my residence was a rental and that they found it via Facebook, but it is not true. The man was wearing a black baseball cap and had a scar on his forehead. The woman, in her mid-late 30s had black hair and ripped jeans. The male was roughly 6 feet tall and both were light-skinned and fit. They asked if there were more rentals in the area. It just felt out of place. My home does not have any for-rent signage." The message gave no phone, location or follow-up information.

A woman called police to the Plaza Motel, 125 Newbury St., at 3:10 p.m. to report her red Mercedes had been keyed and gasoline was poured on it.. The officers reviewed video footage of the suspect entering the vehicle and steal items, then keying the exterior and pouring gas on it. The suspect, a 29-year-old Wakefield woman, was found staying at the motel. She was transported to Salem Hospital and will be summoned to court for breaking and entering a motor vehicle, larceny over $1,200 and malicious destruction of property.

Police received an email at 7:50 p.m., saying a Danvers man wanted to Section 35 himself (to have himself committed for drug or alcohol abuse) on Monday. Danvers police, attempting to do a well-being check, were unable to locate Sawyer. They believe he may be at a hotel on Route 1, possibly in Peabody, but no other information was available at the time.

Police were sent to The Cheesecake Factory, 210C Andover St., at 8 p.m., for a dispute between two customers. Police advised them to take out their own court charges against one another, should they decide to do so.


Police were sent to Bill & Bob's Roast Beef, 2 Central St., for a fight in progress. The parties all refused medical treatment.

A woman walked into the station, just before 4 a.m., to report that she was a passenger on an Uber when that vehicle struck another vehicle in the vicinity of 42 Perley Ave., and drove away.

Police were called to the vicinity of T.J. Variety, 124 Lynnfield St., at 4:05 a.m., for a verbal dispute between neighbors. An officer spoke with the caller and attempted to speak with the suspect, but nobody came to the door.

Police responded to Kindred Hospital Rehabilitation Services, 15 King St., for the report of youths on the roof of the former JB Thomas Hospital building. Five parties were identified, ranging in age from 19 to 24, and residents of Fremont, New Hampshire; Danvers; and Beverly. All were summoned to appear in court on charges of trespass and breaking and entering for a misdemeanor.


An officer went to 44 Bartholomew St., at 155 p.m., to speak with a man who said he had just lost his passport, drivers' license, Visa debit card, Blue Cross health card and $10  cash.

The service manager from Audi Peabody, 252 Andover St., called police, at 2:25 p.m., to report that a customer's car was missing, but the loaner the man had taken out previously had been left on the property, heavily damaged.

The Luso-American Credit Union, 37 Tremont St., reported that a counterfeit $20 bill was found during the day. A customer said she got it from Market Basket.



Police were sent to 178 Maple St., at 6:20 p.m., to conduct a well-being check.

Officers were dispatched, at 6:50 p.m., to Bed, Bath & Beyond, 180 Endicott St., for a man yelling at employees, but he disappeared before police arrived.


Police were sent to the vicinity of Ira Subaru, 97A Andover St., at 11:05 a.m.

A report of malicious damage to a business brought officers to Bed, Bath & Beyond, 189 Endicott St., at 1:50 p.m.



Reports of a dispute brought police to a Highland Avenue address at 5:30 p.m.

Officers were called to 22 Bridge St., at 7:05 p.m., for a noise complaint.

Officers were dispatched, at 10:10 p.m., to the vicinity of Highland Avenue and Crowdis Street for a motor vehicle accident with airbag deployment and possible injuries.

An officer was sent to 118 Washington St., at 11:10 p.m., for an undesirable or unwanted guest.


Police arrested a party, at 4:20 a.m., in the vicinity of 49 Hancock St. There was no arrest report.

A  motor vehicle accident without injuries brought police to the vicinity of Bridge and Boston streets, at 8:05 a.m.

Police were sent to 29 New Derby St. at 1:50 p.m. for a drunken individual.

Officers were sent to 21 Front St., at 1:50 p.m. to make a well-being check on a person.

Officers were dispatched to 47 Congress St., at 2:20 p.m. for an undesirable or unwanted guest.





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