The following are excerpts from reports in the press log from July 22-23.
Sunday, July 22
- 2:31 p.m. A Bartholomew Street resident reported his house was vandalized.
- 3:22 p.m. Police received a complaint of people swimming in Spring Pond, a public drinking water supply. Police located the group of swimmers and told them to leave and not come back.
- 3:35 p.m. A female was transported to Salem Hospital, following a two-car accident at the corner of Upton and Walnut streets.
- 4:17 p.m. A caller at Washington Place reported he believed his neighbor stole his bicycle. Police said the bike was not stolen, the neighbor just borrowed it.
- 4:50 p.m. A caller on Perley Avenue reported there was a three-foot white "X" spray-painted on the pole outside his house. Police said it was likely just a marking by Verizon employees.
- 4:59 p.m. A caller on Pond View Road reported a possible drug deal involving a gray sedan. Police checked the area, but did not find anything.
- 6:39 p.m. A caller on Sunset Drive reported a red mustang was driving up and down the street at an excessive speed. Police said the driver was given a verbal warning for speeding and told to leave the area.
- 7:31 p.m. Luis R. Dandrade, 25, of 113 Tremont St., Peabody, was arrested for disorderly conduct at Pierpont Park, following a report of a fight.
- 8:49 p.m. An agent from Immigration and Customs Enforcement called to advise police they would be making an arrest at . An area car was notified. No further information was available.
- 9:16 p.m. A caller reported a female was outside on Lowell Street yelling and throwing rocks. The female was then picked up by a car.
- 10:13 p.m. A female caller reported someone was slipping harassing notes under her door and posting notices about her record with the police around her Foster Street apartment building. Police said there was a newspaper clipping posted that involved the woman's boyfriend.
- 11:17 p.m. A caller on Buttonwood Lane reported that a white Honda pulled into her driveway and a male got out of the car, took off what looked like two shirts and threw them onto her lawn. The car then turned onto Route 114, headed east. Police said there was a towel and a tank top on the lawn. It appears the person might have thrown up on himself.
Monday, July 23
- 12:28 a.m. Police received numerous calls of a possible fight in front of Oliveira's Steak House on Walnut Street. Callers said a dark-skinned Hispanic male in a white tank top was causing a disturbance. Police said the male left the area in a taxi before they arrived. Police said there was a large crowd at the restaurant and they would monitor the area while Oliveira's closed for the night.
- 4:14 a.m. Police discovered a 21-year-old employee didn't actually have a driver's license after she struck the building with a car. There were no injuries, but the Dorchester woman was issued a summons for unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. A 19-year-old Lynn female was also issued a summons for allowing the woman to drive the car unlicensed.
- 4:18 a.m. Police responded to a report of a single car accident on Washington Street near Buddha's Tavern. A caller said the driver was lying in the middle of the road. Police said a parked car was also towed from the scene and the person in the road refused medical attention.
- 8:49 a.m. An employee at on Route 1 reported a white 2007 Nissan Altima was stolen from the mechanic shop. Boston police later located the vehicle and said there didn't appear to be visible damage to the car.
- 8:52 a.m. A caller at on Lowell Street reported someone tipped over a planter, scattering its contents all over the sidewalk.
- 10:51 a.m. Jose G. Ferreira-Campos, 45, of 54 Salem St., Woburn, was arrested, following a motor vehicle stop on Lowell Street. He was charged with driving with a revoked license (subsequent offense).
- 1:06 p.m. A caller on Welcome Street reported there was a white male in a pickup truck trying to solicit homeowners for driveway paving. An officer spoke with the man, a 30-year-old Washington Street resident, who said he was just trying to be a good neighbor and had leftover tar from his own driveway. The officer informed the man, however, he can't go door-to-door like that.
- 1:30 p.m. A 29-year-old Lynn resident was issued a summons for larceny over $250, following a report of a past theft at on Main Street.
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