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Silvio C. Marchioro, 43, of 72 Walnut St., Peabody, was arrested on a charge of operating a vehicle with a suspended license, after police responded to a home on Munroe Street for a report of a parking issue, as logged at 5:43 p.m. A resident had called police because guests of her neighbor would not move their car so that she could park in the shared driveway. 

Police received a report of vandalism to a brick landscaping wall at Upton Manor on Walnut Street, according to a 6:23 p.m. log entry. The responding officer noted that the damage was over $250 worth, and the property has surveillance footage the officer will look through as part of the ongoing investigation into the incident.

Victor Mora, 21, of 191 W. Wyoming Ave., Melrose, was stopped in his car on Lynn Street and subsequently arrested on a charge of operating a vehicle with a suspended license, as logged at 7:16 p.m. 

Robert M. Doyle, 54, of 1 Porter Terrace, Beverly, was arrested on charges of a subsequent offense of operating a vehicle with a suspended license and failure to stop/yield, according to the log at 9:05 p.m. The traffic stop and resulting arrest occurred on Lowell and Goodale streets. In the same incident, a 45-year-old Beverly woman was issued a summons on a charge of allowing an unlicensed person to drive a motor vehicle. 

Police, firefighters and National Grid responded to a home on Moore Street for a report of a strong smell of natural gas in the area, as logged at 11:56 p.m.


Police investigated a reported gas leak on Patricia Road, according to a 1:39 a.m. log entry. 

A caller told police that three people were harassing him and throwing snowballs at the window of Tedeschi Food Shops on Main Street, but the suspects had since left the area, as logged at 2:34 a.m.

A woman reported that her purse was either lost or stolen while she was at Northshore Mall on Route 114, according to the log at 8:08 a.m. The purse contained medication, a license and a Social Security card.

Police, firefighters and National Grid responded to a home on Lowell Street for a gas leak, as logged at 8:37 a.m. The house had to be forcibly entered so that it could be vented.

Police received a report of thick black smoke coming from the chimney of a home on Fitz Road, despite the fact that the residents were not home, according to a 9:02 a.m. log entry. A responding officer noted that there had been a burner blow-back, but responding firefighters were able to handle the situation without incident. 

An employee of a group home on Lincoln Road reported a larceny of prescription drugs, as logged at 10:20 a.m.

A resident of Gardner Apartments on Pulaski Street told police that items she ordered online were never delivered — specifically a Galaxy S3, according to a 12:21 p.m. log entry. 



A car was reported stolen from Enterprise Rent-a-Car on Route 114, according to a 5:02 p.m. log entry. 

A shoplifting incident involving the theft of two carts of groceries at Stop & Shop on Route 1 was reported, as logged at 5:22 p.m.

Thomas Mastrangelo, 51, of 39 Kingston St., Boston, was arrested on two counts of a third offense of shoplifting by asportation, after police responded to a reported incident at CVS on Route 1, according to the log at 8:06 p.m. Mastrangelo allegedly stole razors from the store. Police said that one of the charges was from a shoplifting incident that occurred a week ago, for which store management and police had not at the time been able to identify the suspect, but linked Mastrangelo after the second incident.  


Adam Gorman, 30, of 9 Juniper Ridge Road, Danvers, was arrested on a charge of operating a vehicle under the influence of liquor. Police responded to Princeton Street for a report that after a car accident, a vehicle’s headlights were shining into a home, bothering the caller, as logged at 2:13 a.m. Police said that it appeared Gorman had hit a snowbank, causing the car to face the residence. 

A shoplifting incident involving a male suspect reportedly occurred at CVS on Route 1, according to a 3:08 p.m. log entry. 

Angelique Johnson, 35, of 20 Mill St., Dracut, was arrested on a charge of trespassing, after police responded to CVS on Route 1 for a report of a fraud incident involving false prescriptions, as logged at 3:26 p.m. Police said that officers were at CVS on an unrelated report of shoplifting, when a woman (Johnson) tried to use what appeared to be a bad prescription. The prescription ended up being legitimate, said police, but when it was realized who the woman was and that a trespass order had previously been issued against her by store management, she was taken into custody. Johnson also had two outstanding warrants, said police.



Richard A. Howell, 47, of 7 Oakland St., Salem, was arrested on Federal Street on a charge of violating a harassment prevention order related to a domestic abuse issue, as logged at 4:06 p.m.

A two-car motor vehicle accident on Lafayette Street and Willow Avenue led to one driver being issued a citation for failure to pull to the right and stop for an emergency vehicle, but no one was injured in the incident and neither vehicle had to be towed from the scene, as logged at 5:09 p.m.

No food for you! Police responded to Hong Kong King on Norman Street for a 911 hang-up call, according to the log at 5:26 p.m. Once there, an officer spoke to two people involved in a dispute, a customer and a clerk. The customer said that the clerk had begun yelling at him when he tried to order food, proceeding to pick up a pair of scissors as he yelled at him. The customer said he then picked up a snow shovel in case the clerk came after him with the scissors. The clerk said that the argument started when he refused to serve the customer because the customer had come into the business two weeks ago, ordered food and then left without the food and without paying for it. Since no threatening move had actually been made by either individual and neither had a warrant, officers just advised the customer not to return to the store. 

An individual found a wallet while removing snow at Salem Willows on Fort Avenue and turned it in to police, as logged at 6:34 p.m. The wallet contained two licenses and $251 cash. The owner was contacted and told to pick it up at the station. 

Police responded to the area behind Palmer’s Cove Yacht Club on Leavitt Street for a report to check the ice there because a hole had developed in it and there were a pair of children’s boots on the shore near the hole, according to a 6:57 p.m. log entry. Officers on scene saw the boots but assessed that the hole had just happened during low tide when the ice heaved. 

A resident of Lafayette Street told police that someone was suspiciously knocking on his door, as logged at 7:36 p.m. The resident never opened his door, and eventually, the man, whom the resident does not know but had identified himself as David, left the area. 

Following an accident in which pedestrian was struck by a car — but uninjured — on Lafayette Street, the driver of the vehicle was issued a citation for failure to stop for a pedestrian in the crosswalk, according to the log at 9:15 p.m.

A resident of Lafayette Street reported that she thinks she is being threatened because she keeps hearing someone talking to her from outside her window, though she has never actually seen the person, as logged at 10:36 p.m. The resident provided police with the name of a possible suspect. 


Police received a report of suspicious activity involving a motor vehicle in the parking lot of Dunkin Donuts on Washington Street, according to a 12:27 a.m. log entry. The caller said that a man had tape on his license plate and when an attempt was made to confront him, the man took off down Canal Street.

A basset hound was reportedly loose on Sable Road West, but police did not find the dog during an area search, according to the log at 8:21 a.m.

A resident of Essex Street told police that her husband, from whom she has been separated for a few years, has been sleeping, unauthorized, in her basement, as logged at 8:36 a.m. Police advised her to speak to the landlord about getting a lock for the basement door and to seek a restraining order, to which the woman said she already has one against a different ex-boyfriend and she “really didn’t want to get another one.” Police then advised her to contact them again if her husband returns.

A resident of Charter Street reported that after returning to her home from being in the hospital for about seven months, she can’t find her citizenship papers or U.S. passport, according to a log entry at 8:55 a.m.

Police responded to a home on Marlborough Road for a reported break-in, as logged at 1:38 p.m. The officer on scene noted that the glass window on the side door had been broken but assessed that it did not appear that entry to the residence had actually been gained. 

A student of Collins Middle School told police that during a class on Monday, she was kicked by two other girls in her class, and on Monday, she found all of her papers thrown around the classroom, which she thinks was in retaliation for having the police speak to the girls, as logged at 4:27 p.m.



Hit the road, Jack: Police received a report of an incident regarding an ongoing landlord-tenant dispute over an impending eviction on Pleasant Street, as logged at 2:47 p.m. The tenant said that he came home from work to find trash all over by the entrance to his apartment, including a box that said MOVE OUT. Later, as logged at 5:24 p.m., the landlord told police that he had been contacted about the issue and said that the accusation made against him was false. He also noted that a tire of his car had been slashed and he suspects that same tenant.

An attempted shoplifting incident at Crosby’s on Washington Street was reported, according to the log at 3:29 p.m. The store decided not to pursue charges against the suspect, but would issue a no-trespass order against him. 



Following a motor vehicle stop on Cabot and Kittredge streets, the driver was issued a summons on a charge of operating a vehicle after a license revocation, as logged at 5:04 p.m.

A husband reportedly beat up his wife at a home on Memorial Drive, according to the log at 8:31 p.m.

A resident of Bennett Street reported a possible larceny of property, as logged at 9:09 p.m.


An individual told police about an obscene Snapchat message that was sent by someone, according to a 1:43 a.m. log entry.

Police received a report of damage to a building on Cabot Street, which appears to have been caused by a car crashing into it, as logged at 5:30 a.m. Responding officers noted that the damage seemed new, since items were knocked off the shelves and counter in that area of the store.

A possible domestic issue in the lobby of the emergency room of Beverly Hospital on Herrick Street was reported, but responding officers learned that no domestic issue had occurred; instead, someone was just acting up because she wanted to be seen immediately rather than wait, according to the log at 3:22 p.m.



A caller reported an injured cardinal in the parking lot of Cheeburger Cheeburger on Paradise Road, as logged at 2:33 p.m. Animal Control was notified. 

A resident of Walker Road told police that he was the victim of a scam in which a caller told him he owed tax money, as logged at 5:42 p.m. The resident fell for it, and had made some payments before realizing it was a scam.

A resident of Alden Road reported losing a diamond earring, as logged at 7:29 p.m.


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