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Police Log: $3,000 Worth of Merchandise Reported Stolen From Victoria’s Secret

Wednesday, March 26

At 7:05 p.m., a Victoria’s Secret employee reported someone stole $3,000 worth of merchandise.

At 7:33 p.m., police responded to Lynnfield Street after a driver struck a tree. The driver was taken to Salem Hospital.

At 8:20 p.m., police notified the Department of Public Services about two large potholes on Cashman Road.

At 8:50 p.m., a King Street resident reported a past burglary. She said there was damage to her door and fence. Police arrived and found that the damage was caused by the wind.

At 10:02 p.m., police arrested Noe Sanchez, 23, 49 Geneva St., Revere, and charged him with operating a vehicle with a revoked registration, operating a motor vehicle without a license, operating an uninsured motor vehicle, operating a motor vehicle without an inspection sticker and refusing to identify oneself. Police arrested Sanchez during a traffic stop at Winona Street and Jones Road.

 

Thursday, March 27

At 9:41 a.m., police arrested Hector Hendez, 18, 3 Acorn St., Lynn, and charged him with operating a motor vehicle without a license and Eriberto L. Mendez, 19, 47 Rock Ave., Apt. 3, Lynn, and charged him on a warrant for operating a motor vehicle without a license and operating a motor vehicle that does not meet safety standards. Police made the arrest during a traffic stop on Lynnfield Street.

At 11:35 a.m., a Brooksby Village Drive resident reported several items were taken from a residence in February.

At 12:05 p.m., police summonsed a 52-year-old Peabody woman to court and charged her with operating an unregistered motor vehicle, operating a motor vehicle without a license and operating a motor vehicle with no inspection sticker. Police summonsed the woman on Church Street. 

Kathleen March 28, 2014 at 11:43 AM
Absolutely ridiculous...OLD news at this point...Has to be an inside job or this company is completely lax with its security. Stop wasting the local police time and energy which we the tax payers are helping to subsidize. Fire the entire management team up there and beef up security. And since half of their stuff is made in China or 3rd World countries, I'd suggest that the real value of the theft is closer to $300 bucks rather than $3,000...stuff is made for 10 cents on the dollar and mothers of tweens here in America fork out $60 bucks a whack for a bra...ridiculous.

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