Police and ambulance were dispatched at 4:15 p.m., to Boston Sports Club, 194 Newbury St., for a man found underwater in the pool. The man was not breathing when he were pulled out and appeared to have suffered a medical incident. CPR was begun and a defibrillator was administered for one shock. The victim, who was identified only as a 74-year-old Boxford man, was transported to Lahey-Peabody, but an update on transportation reflected that he was taken to Lynn Union. Danvers police were attempting to notify the family at the residence, and Boxford police were checking a secondary address for notification. Boston Sports Club will be getting the video of the pool which will be available for the officer and the sergeant to view and return. The Salem News was unable to learn whether the victim survived.

A party called police from an Abby Elllen Lane residence at 4:35 p.m. to report he had been scammed. The man told police the incident happened in Pakistan. The officer documented the case.

A Caller Street resident phoned police at 7:15 p.m. to report loud yelling going on in a neighboring apartment. Police reported a resident was having a loud conversation. No issue.

A caller dialed 911 three times at about 10:15 p.m. to report that his wife left the Aviv in Peabody enroute to her home address in Lynn and never arrived. He wanted to speak with all three police departments to see if they had any involvement with her. Peabody had no involvements and transferred calls to other departments. Lynn police spoke with the son, who had spoken with his mother before she stopped to see a movie. All was well.


Police were sent to 88 Aborn St., at 6:45 a.m., for an unwanted person or guest. The person was reported to be near the back door. The 57-year-old Wakefield resident was arrested and held on an other-department warrant.

Police were called to Extended Stay America, 200 Jubilee Drive, for a party reporting the catalytic converter, valued at approximately $1,000, had been stolen from their car. There were no suspects.

Police were called to Bedrooms, 88 Newbury St., at 9 a.m., after an employee reported the building had been hit by a vehicle, sometime between 8 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m., causing significant damage. Two of the three plates of glass in a large 7-foot-high by 11-foot-long plate glass window had been smashed, along with the framing and casings.

Police stopped a vehicle, at 1:20 p.m., in the vicinity of 7-Eleven, 115 Main St., and summonsed the 39-year-old Malden man to court for driving on a suspended license.

At 1:30 p.m., police stopped another vehicle in the vicinity of 22 Pulaski St., and summonsed the 25-year-old Peabody driver to court for the unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.

At 1:41 p.m., officers stopped a 28-year-old Danvers man in the vicinity of 76 Endicott St., and summonsed him to court for operating a motor vehicle on a suspended license. Also summonsed to court for allowing a person to operate a motor vehicle without a license was a 35-year-old Ashland man.

Police were called to Barnes and Noble, 210B Andover St., at 2:20 p.m., for the theft of a Black Steve Madden backpack valued at $25. Also taken were some personal items in the backpack.

State police responded, at 3:20 p.m., to the intersection of Interstate 95 south and Route 128 south for a motor vehicle accident with personal injury. The operator was transported to Lahey Clinic-Burlington with unknown injuries.

Police were dispatched, at 4 p.m., to 9 Castle Circle after a caller reported there were two people in the home.

Police were called to Macy’s Mens’ at 5:30 p.m., for an attempted theft. The caller said a man had dropped merchandise worth $1,500 in the vestibule and fled in an unknown direction.

Police were called to 16 Griffin Road, at 10:40 p.m., for a three-car accident in which an apparently intoxicated driver struck a parked car and heavily damaged another. Police arrested Jaysir Guillen, 31, of 16 Cummings Ave., Revere. She was charged with drunken driving; leaving the scene of a property-damage accident; operating a motor vehicle on a suspended license; and negligent operation of a motor vehicle.

Police were called to Holiday Inn, 1 Newbury St., at 11 p.m. for wedding guests fighting in the hallway at the end of the first floor hall. They were escorted back to their rooms for the evening and their parents were spoken to. Shortly after, another fight was reported in progress. Again, peace was restored and all parties were headed back to their rooms for the evening. All were cooperating at this time.


A Central Street caller notified police, at 1:05 a.m., that her boyfriend was banging on her back door. Police arrested Cody Goodwin, 21, of 33 Story Ave., Beverly, and charged him with disorderly conduct.

Police were called to the Golden Banana, 151 Newbury St., at 2:10 a.m., for a party walking in Route 1. The 35-year-old Rowley man was placed into protective custody.

Police were called to Holiday Inn, 1 Newbury St., at 9:05 a.m., for a car vandalized sometime overnight. The windshield and hood of a 2011 red Ford Mustang with Pennsylvania plates had been smashed and bashed sometime after 11 p.m.

Police were sent to 5 Columbia Blvd., at 10:40 a.m. for a female sitting on the sidewalk and possibly needing attention. The 28-year-old Lynn woman was taken to the station where a Boston District Court warrant was found seeking her arrest for unarmed robbery. She was then transported to Salem Hospital.

A Bourbon Street man called police at 4:20 p.m. to report his mother had been missing for about 45 minutes. She was not located within the apartment complex and police were checking surrounding areas. She returned home on her own a while later after having left to visit a neighbor.

Police were called to Salem Country Club, 133 Forest St., a 5:25 p.m., for a vehicle that hit a utility pole across from the 9th green. The pole was snapped at the base, and the operator was transported to Salem Hospital with unknown injuries.

Police were called to 5 Quarry Terrace, at 8:50 p.m., for the report of a male on the floor inside a residence. EMTs responded and a Code 100 was called for an unattended death. State police and medical examiner were notified.


Police were called to 3 Andover Drive, at 1:55 a.m., for three parties attempting to get into an apartment. A woman was not feeling well and and was confused about which apartment was hers.

Police were called to Stop & Shop, 19 Howley St., at 10 a.m. for a fraud reported by loss prevention. On Thursday, at 2 p.m., $70 worth of merchandise was taken in an flim-flam by a white male in his 50s wearing blue jeans, a brown shirt and white sneakers.



Police were called to Roosevelt Ave., at 5:25 p.m, for an intoxicated male in a car. The 58-year-old Danvers man was placed into protective custody until he could sober up.


Police were called to Motel 6, 65 Newbury St., at 1:15 a.m., to check the well-being of a suicidal party. The call was unfounded.

Police were sent to Pizza Hut, 136 Andover St., for a dog or an animal hit. The officer found a raccoon in an oil drum.

Police were sent to 3 Kent Street, for a vehicle that had been egged.

Officers were sent to Bradlee Danvers, 1101 Kirkbride Drive., for an unwanted guest, a trespassing party.



Police were dispatched to 48 Boyles St., at 4:15 p.m., for a motor vehicle accident with property danage.

Police and an ambulance were dispatched, at 6 p.m., to Cross Street for a party who fell down the stairs.

Police were sent to a Rantoul Street home, at 6:50 p.m., for an ex-husband who had caused damage at the home.

Police were sent to the vicinity of Elliott Street and McPherson Drive at 9:25 p.m. after someone reported seeing a motor vehicle going down the railway tracks.

Officers were sent to 33 Hilltop Drive, at 10 p.m., after a caller reported a man in the middle of the road wielding a bat.

Police were called to 28 Paine Ave., after a neighbor called to report that the party was on vacation and people were in her pool.

Police were sent to 181 Elliott St., at 11:05 p.m., for a report of people in the fountain.


Two units were called to 3 Scenna Road, at 2:25 by a resident who reported hearing people in his yard.

An officer was sent to 20 Sohier Road, at 7 a.m., for the report of a drum being played loudly.

Police and an ambulance were dispatched to Cabot Street, at 2:05 p.m., for a man who was having difficulty walking.

Officers were sent to 283 Cabot St., at 3:10 p.m. to clear out a group of homeless parties hanging around out back.



A driver called police from the intersection of Lafayette Street and Carna Road to report that they were driving home from New Hampshire and struck a raised casting on the roadway causing two flat tires. He said the contents of his vehicle have already been transferred and a tow was on the way. He just wanted to let police know and to have this on file because he expects the town to be responsible for repair costs. While he was on the line, he gave police the registration number of a New Hampshire vehicle that struck the same exact raised casting, causing it a flat tire.

Police were sent to a Pleasant Street address at 11:40 a.m., for a group of kids bothering patrons outside the Howling Wolf. At 11:50, the manager yelled at the kids who were out in the lot asking adults to buy Juul pods for them.

The harbormaster called police, at 1:40 p.m., to report that an intoxicated man from earlier in the day was back, still intoxicated, and getting ready to go back out on a paddleboard again. The harbormaster was concerned that he might have an accident. Officers arrived, at about 1:45 p.m. and took the man into protective custody. He was released shortly before 7 p.m.

Dispatch notified police, at 2:20 p.m., that a bus was stuck at Pleasant and Washington streets, and there was a group of people taking photos and measurements. An officer was on scene attempting to assist. The driver was inexperienced and felt she did not have enough room to make the turn. A parked vehicle in question was legally parked and there was adequate room to move. The bus driver was able to get through at 2:20 p.m, and traffic resumed.



The report of a motor vehicle accident without personal injury brought officers to the vicinity of Extra Innings, South Main Street, at 12:25 p.m

Police were sent to the vicinity of Yankee Fireplace, Grill & Patio, South Main St., at 1:05 p.m., for a motor vehicle accident without personal injury.

Officers were called to an Essex Street location, at 7:10 p.m., for a dispute between neighbors.


Officers were called to TD Bank, on South Main Street, at 12:10 for a fraud or a scam.

An officer was called to a Maple Street location, at 7:30 a.m., after a caller found a dog with its head stuck in a fence. He was able to dislodge it.

Police were dispatched, at 6:55 p.m, to the Main Street Pub on South Main Street, for suspicious activity. Workers were repairing shingles on the roof.


An officer was called to Middleton Self Storage, Lookout Lane, at 5:15 p.m., for the report of missing or stolen keys.

A Lawrence man was summonsed to court, at 6:20 p.m., after a motor vehicle stop on North Main Street. He was charged with operating a motor vehicle without an inspection sticker; operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration; and operating an uninsured motor vehicle.


An officer was dispatched, at 9:15 a.m. to the vicinity of Starbucks Coffee, South Main Street, for a motor vehicle accident with injury. The victim was transported to a local hospital.

Police stopped a vehicle at 3:45 p.m., in the vicinity of 189 North Main St., and arrested the operator, Michael Lee Harris, 36, of 55 Waldingfield Road, Ipswich. Harris was charged with operating a motor vehicle without an inspection sticker and with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license.


An officer was called to a Liberty Street location, at 11:15 p.m., to assist a citizen who reported being harassed.


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