Peabody

Friday

Brooke Ashley Barker, 20, 26 Commercial St., Lynn, was arrested, as logged at 2:35 p.m., at H&M at Northshore Mall on charges of shoplifting and two counts of receiving stolen property over $250.

A Brown Street resident called at 2:57 p.m. to report a stolen plow. 

Jorge Defreitas, 54, 74 Pleasant St., Revere, was arrested, as logged at 4:44 p.m., at the Route 1 jug handle by officer Michael Nary on a charge of driving without a license.

Staff at the Holiday Inn alerted police at 9:03 p.m. after hearing a man tell a woman, “If anyone finds out about this, I will kill you.” The woman, who had given three false names, “looked very upset.” The couple left before police arrived.

Saturday

The man who told police at 1:57 a.m. that someone had stolen his vehicle from Capone’s parking lot on Summit Street was later discovered in the parking lot leaning against it. According to the log, he “made alternative arrangements to get home and will not be driving ... this evening.”

Animal control moved a “potentially injured” swan off Warren Street to the sidewalk, as logged at 8:49 a.m.

The loss of $800 in cash and two bank cards was reported after a woman told police her purse was taken at TJ Maxx at Northshore Mall while she was in the dressing room. Police report no suspects.

An iPad was reported stolen at 5:04 p.m. at Victoria’s Secret at Northshore Mall.

Bryant S. Tyler, 25, 40 Sefton St., Mattapan, was arrested, as logged at 6:36 p.m., at Macy’s at Northshore Mall on a charge of shoplifting.

Sent to Lahey with injuries after an accident on Route 114 near Kappy’s Liquor, a 49-year-old Groveland man will be summonsed for drunken driving, as logged at 8:03 p.m.

Sunday

Rachel M. Lee, 26, 1000 Loring Ave., Salem, was arrested, as logged at 1:18 a.m., on Dustin Street on charges of failing to stop for police and drunken driving — a charge she was previously convicted of.

Marblehead

Friday

A Washington Street shopkeeper reported the loss of a $58 sweater to police while noting that the suspected shoplifter “was not carrying any bags and (she) thinks she put it in her baby carriage,” according to a 2:38 p.m. log entry. Officers went to the suspect’s home, and the sweater was returned. They will discuss issuing a “no trespass” order to the culprit.

Salem 

Friday

When a woman put her iPhone 5S cellphone down on the counter while she paid the clerk at the Lafayette Street Wendy’s, it proved an opportunity for a thief to snatch it and disappear, according to a complaint at 8:36 p.m. Police are investigating.

A woman reported at 9:21 p.m. forgetting her pocketbook in a carriage outside of Market Basket on Highland Avenue. No one had turned it in. It contained an EBT card, Mass Health card and house keys.

Saturday

A pickpocket was blamed when a man reported having his wallet taken at the MBTA Station on Bridge Street, as logged at 1:07 a.m. It contained $200, various bank cards and a California driver’s license. The “possible suspect” according to the log was described as a white male, about 6 feet tall, in a brown leather jacket and gray hoodie, riding a fold-up bicycle. 

Two youths seen checking car door handles — a technique for finding unlocked doors in order to break in — were stopped by police at Liberty Hill Avenue and Nursery Street, according to the log at 1:13 a.m. One was searched and arrested for violating the city’s knife ordinance. The other was taken to the station for a meeting with his parents.

An ambulance was called to Highland Avenue after a woman told police her brakes locked and she hit a curb, went airborne and flipped her 2013 Honda Civic, according to the log at 3:42 a.m. The vehicle went straight down the street for a while after the brakes locked, the woman said, then veered right and hit the “curb front.” Then it “flipped several times, going through the parking lot at 133 Highland Avenue then through the trees before landing in the rear parking lot of 129 Highland Avenue.” It hit the building at that address. Melissa Ryan of 129 Fort Avenue was found standing alongside the vehicle, which was said to suffer “heavy damage,” when police arrived. She was taken to the Salem Hospital emergency room after initially refusing treatment. 

“I am coming to get you,” a caller told a woman on Mount Vernon Street, according to the log at 9:57 a.m. Worse yet, the woman caller used obscene language, referenced members of the household, all while claiming to be a police detective who intended to arrest or kill the victim. Police investigated.

After seeing a woman slap a man on the face on Lafayette Street, the observer called police at noon to tell them. The couple could not be located.

A condo association called police at 1:47 p.m. to complain about up to $8,000 of association funds misused by the condo owner. Police advised hiring an attorney as this is a civil matter. They promised to follow up nevertheless.

Picture proof may have been provided when a Pleasant Street woman told police that her landlord had shut off the hot water. She “produced pictures of the water valve ... it does appear that the valve ... has been turned off,” according to the log at 4:10 p.m. Police confirm she has no hot water coming from the tap.

Patrick John Devine, 53, 2 Malden St., Malden, was arrested, as logged at 4:41 p.m. at Wal-Mart on Highland Avenue on a charge of shoplifting. Store security says it spotted him leaving the store with goods that hadn’t been purchased.

Officers investigated a report of a past assault at Palmer and Prince streets at 6:59. “No one came forward,” according to the log.

A man who left his cellphone in a locker at the Leggs Hill YMCA reported it stolen at 7:30 p.m. Police note that there is no video camera in the locker room.

Sunday

Mallory Anne McKenzie, 25, 1 Nichols St., Danvers, was arrested, as logged at 12:15 a.m., in the area of the Bridge Street by Patrolmen Gilbert Priddy and James Johnson on charges of drunken driving, negligent driving and driving without having her license in possession. Outbound on Bridge Street, the woman’s vehicle ran into a “For Left Turns Only” sign and got stuck on the sign post, police say.

Derek Shaffer Paglia, 23, 5 Summer St., Beverly, was arrested, as logged at 12:57 a.m., on Lafayette Street by Patrolmen Ryan Arundel and Derek Sears on charges of violating the city’s knife ordinance and assault with a dangerous weapon. Police had been flagged down by a group reporting a fight in front of Engine House Pizza.

A man stopped on Norman Street will be summonsed for driving without a valid license, according to the log at 2:38 a.m.

Christian A. Simmon, 35, 105 Murdock St., Boston, was arrested, as logged at 3:23 a.m., at Washington Square by Patrolmen Gilbert Priddy, Ryan Arundel and Derek Sears on a charge of drunken driving. Police encountered a Mitsubishi Outlander “parked across Essex Street blocking the roadway.” Simmon was found “passed out behind the wheel,” according to police. Awake, the accused proved to be uninjured.

Police took one “intoxicated” man into protective custody after responding to a report of a fight inside Deb’s Diner on Boston Street, according to the log at 4:26 a.m.

Michael David Cloutier, 32, 65 Mason St., Salem, was arrested, as logged at 7:46 a.m., at his address by Patrolmen James Johnson and Kevin O’Donnell on a charge of assault by a dangerous weapon, a knife. Police had been called regarding an “unwanted party causing a disturbance.”

One of his sons is suspected, a man told police, after jewelry belonging to his wife, including a wedding ring, went missing, as logged at 12:35 p.m.

The homeowner on Derby Street heard a noise and looked out the back door to see “a white male, early 20s, with a blue jacket on, jumping a fence.” Then he noticed his bike was gone from the porch, according to the log at 1:05 p.m.

Beverly

Officers conducted a brief class in “educating party on warning signs” after a woman was scammed, sending $250 to someone who promised $9,000 in return, according to the log at 4:44 p.m. The latter amount never arrived.

Monique M. Gonyea, 32, 332 Rantoul St., Beverly, was arrested, as logged at 6:29 p.m. by officers Mark Panjwani, Edward Goodell and Daniel Divinenzo on charges of shoplifting, possession of a class A drug, and two counts each of possession of both class E and B drugs. She was also wanted on an outstanding warrant.

Philip D. Moss, 24, 102 Cabot St., Beverly, was arrested, as logged at 7:51 p.m., at Cabot and Rantoul streets by Patrolmen Daniel DiVincenzo and Kenneth Rollins on a charge of driving with a revoked license. He was also detained on an outstanding warrant.

Police investigated a report of past shoplifting at 71 Dodge St., according to the log at 8:37 p.m.

A “female screaming for help” resulted in an arrest on Beverly Commons Drive, according to a 8:48 p.m. log entry. Responding were officers Mark Panjwani, David Stopa, April Clarizia and Sgt. Michael Cassola. 

“Man passing counterfeit bill” was reported on Cabot Street at 9:09 p.m.

Sunday

A woman whose husband is being held regarding a domestic violence charge, told police at 5:49 p.m. that she’d gotten a call from someone described only as “an inmate.” She was allowed to block the call. 

Danvers

Saturday

Daniel Belisle, 27, 7 Andrew Circle, North Andover, was arrested, as logged at 12:36 a.m., by officer Scott Frost on Route 114 on charges of speeding and drunken driving.

Leocadio Castillo, 33, 115 Andover St., Lawrence, was arrested, as logged at 10:11 p.m. on Route 114 by officer Scott Frost on charges of drunken driving, having an open container and marked lane violations.

Friday

Haley Ferragamo, 21, 6 Hammatt St., Ipswich, was arrested, as logged at 2:02 a.m., by officer Michael Balsley on Route 114 on charges of drunken driving and leaving the scene of property damage.

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