A Humphrey Street woman called police at 8:05 a.m. to report that a vehicle had driven over her flowers and ruined them, and she would like to have the incident logged. An officer sent to the address reported the flowers were clearly damaged.
A contractor working on Russell Street notified police, at 8:15, that someone was dumping in his dumpster and he had all their receipts to prove it.
A party called Electric Light directly, at 10:30 a.m., to report that a construction truck, possibly related to the Abbot Hall work, was driving the wrong way on a bunch of streets and struck a pole at the intersection of Lee and Tucker and did not stop. Police went to the scene and reported back that the Verizon pole was badly damaged and will need to be replaced. The truck was identified as a white Mack belonging to Casella. Police checked with the crew at Abbot Hall, and the foreman confirmed that a dumpster was delivered by Casella a half-hour earlier. The officer spoke with Casella, who identified the driver. The officer left a VM for him.
A Greystone Road resident called police at 11 a.m., to report her son's bike was stolen from her garage on Sunday night. An officer was sent out to take a report.
A National Grid subcontractor came into the police station at 1:35 p.m. to report what he believes may be related to a scam. He said that people at a couple of the houses he has been to have told him that someone already came in and checked the furnace. He said his company should be the only one doing the leak detection. They have a specific way of marking the furnace to show that they have checked it, and there were no such marks on the ones where people said someone had already checked. He also said the people have been asking for account numbers and phone numbers, information his company would never ask for.
The National Grid subcontractor told police, at 2:05 p.m., that he will be in town all week checking furnaces, and today he will be on Clifton Avenue, Columbia, Conant Street, Elmwood Road, Emerald Avenue. and Endicott Street.
A Kenneth Road resident, who wished to remain anonymous, called to complain about a neighbor who was power-washing his boat. The caller said it was not contained and it was against the law to power wash a boat in a non-contained area. The sergeant advised the caller that there was no violation as it is not illegal to power-wash your boat. He said it was possible that it could be an issue if the person was polluting the area, but not simply washing a boat. He said it was the same as washing your car.
A Tedesco Street woman called police, at 12:15 a.m., to report that an unknown person was knocking on her door. Officers checked the outside of the house and the surrounding area, but no one was around.
An officer was called, at 3:45 p.m., to 4 Joyce Road, for a past family dispute over items taken from the residence.
An officer reported a female walking on Pine Street, at 4:20 p.m., who seemed to be lost. The officer spoke with the woman and reported that they had spoken in the past. He said he would keep an eye on her as she returned to her Dublin Road home, but she was dropped off with her brother on Dublin Road instead.
A Richland convenience store employee called police, at 4:50 p.m., to report the theft of a book of 150 Diamond-7 scratch tickets.
Police stopped a vehicle, at 5:30 p.m., at the intersection of Lowell and Newbury Streets and summonsed the 27-year-old male Peabody driver to court for failure to stop/yield and for unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
Police were called to 27 Emily Lane, at 10:10 p.m., for an unwanted party making noises in the back yard. Police checked and said the reports were unfounded.
An officer sent to check someone on the Leather City Commons, 77 Lowell St., at 1:45 a.m. , reported a couple were just recharging their phones and will be leaving the area.
Police were dispatched, at 10:20 a.m., to D'Orsi's Bakery and Delicatessen, 197 Washington St., for a vehicle that had struck the building. An officer was sent to 69 Franklin St., to speak with the driver, after which he filed a request for an immediate threat with the RMV. The building inspector examined the building and said the damage was minimal with nothing structural. No one was injured.
Police were notified at noon of panhandlers in Wilson Square, but they left before officers got there.
The manager of the PGA Tour Superstore, at the Northshore Mall, approached the officer and reported a past shoplifting that took place between 8:15 and 8:30 p.m. on Monday.
Police responded, at 1:30 p.m., to the vicinity of Technical Manufacturing Corp., 15 Centennial Drive, for a vehicle that had lost a wheel and was blocking the street. A tow truck was dispatched and the operator was transported to her place of employment at 10 Centennial Drive.
Police stopped a vehicle at 8:20 p.m. in the vicinity of 10 Newbury St. and arrested a man and a woman on fugitive from justice warrants. Arrested were Krista Provenzano, 48, of 5 Whitewood Road, Westwood; and Mihran Mosko, 46, of 286 Newbury St. Peabody. Mosko was additionally charged with operating a motor vehicle on a suspended license, subsequent offense.
A cruiser was sent to 3 Reservoir Drive, at 11:50 p.m., for malicious damage to a residence. The house was egged.
Police stopped a motor vehicle at 2:10 a.m., on Route 128 south. They arrested Chouna Lendo, 26, of 55 Story Ave., Beverly. Lendo was charged with operating a motor vehicle on a suspended license, subsequent offense; and failure to signal.
An officer was called to the Notre Dame Center, 20 Otis St., at 10:15 a.m., for the report of a coyote lingering in the area. The officer could not find the animal.
Police were sent to 400 Highland Ave., at 3:05 p.m. for a motor-vehicle accident without injuries.
Police were sent to 231 Essex, at 3:10 p.m., for a drunk.
Officers went to 88 Lafayette St., at 7:10 p.m., for a larceny.
The first noise complaint of the evening brought police to 52 Ward St. at 8:20 p.m.
Police were sent to the intersection of Hazel and Holly streets, at 1:25 a.m., for a motor-vehicle accident without injuries.
Officers were called to 1 Langdon St., at 1:35 a.m. for a theft.
A vehicle was stopped in the vicinity of 28 Norman St., at 2:55 a.m., in a routine motor vehicle traffic stop. After a records check, police arrested Cesar Pimentel, 29, of 123 Hamilton Ave., Lynn. He was charged with felony possession of a weapon with a large-capacity magazine; carrying a loaded firearm without a license; possession of ammunition without a FID; operating a motor vehicle in violation of a license restriction; and possession of a Class B drug with intent to distribute, subsequent offense.
Police were called to 227 Highland Ave., at 10:20 a.m., for a motor vehicle hit-and-run.
The report of a past break and entry brought officers to 1 Emerton St., at 11:10 a.m.
Officers were called to the Lawrence Hospital Emergency Room at 11:45 a.m., where they arrested a 36-year-old Salem man on an outstanding warrant.
Police were sent to 23 Endicott St., at noon for a larceny.
A motor-vehicle hit-and-ruin was reported at 2:50 p.m., at the intersection of Derby and Blaney streets.