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The following information was provided by the Peabody Police Department. Where charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

The following are excerpts from reports in the  press log from July 2-4.

Monday, July 2

  • 2:06 p.m. An employee at Allstar Enterprises on Upton Street reported a vehicle was broken into and an Alpine stereo was stolen.
  • 4:51 p.m. A County Street resident reported she was being harrassed by her tenant who she was in the process of evicting. The woman said the tenant followed her that morning in her car and waited for her to come out of one place she went. The woman said she is also five months pregnant and has a high-risk pregnancy. Police received a call then at 6:03 p.m. from a tenant at that address, claiming her landlord was harassing her and had dumped trash on her stoop.
  • 4:55 p.m. A Peabody resident reported her 11-year-old daughter was receiving text messages and Internet correspondence of a sexual nature from an adult. The report was forwarded to a detective to follow up with the woman.
  • 6:08 p.m. Police received a report of teenagers smoking marijuana on the footpath heading to Aborn Street from Eagan Place.
  • 7:16 p.m. A caller reported he saw a white male riding his stolen motorized Yamaha scooter up a side street behind the on Washington Street. The scooter was descibed as black with red paint and a hint of blue, two round blue headlights and a green sticker on the back. The caller said his stolen scooter was blue, but he believed it was painted over by the thief. Officers checked the area, but did not find any Yamaha scooters.
  • 7:50 p.m. A caller at a Lynn Street apartment reported another tenant took his air-conditioner from a common storage unit. The caller said he was scared of his landlord, who lives on Caller Street, and asked for an officer to accompany him to the landlord's home so he could pick up his air-conditioner. Police said the landlord wasn't home at the time.
  • 9:30 p.m. Police received a fireworks complaint from a Downing Road resident. The man said that if the fireworks continue he would go out with his baseball bat and take matters in to his own hands. An officer checked the area and said all was quiet at the time.
  • 10:23 p.m. An employee at the called to report that a red Ford Explorer was driving around looking into the windows of other cars parked in the hotel lot. Police checked the area and said the vehicle in question was parked unoccupied over at Wendy's.
  • 10:26 p.m. Brianna A. Lovasco, 21, of 107 Foster St. #106, Peabody, was arrested, following a motor vehicle stop at the corner of Lynnfield Street and Krochmal Road. She was charged with driving with a suspended license and speeding.

Tuesday, July 3

  • 12:11 a.m. Police transported two homeless females from in front of over to the Days Inn in Danvers.
  • 5:25 a.m. A caller on Worcester Road reported it looked like someone tried to torch his car. Police said there was a rag in the gas tank and some minor burn marks on the vehicle. No further details were available. The incident was under investigation.
  • 6:45 p.m. Police reported three mailboxes on Antonio Drive were knocked on the ground and damaged.
  • 10:18 a.m. Two males were transported to Lahey Clinic in Burlington, following a two-car accident on Lowell Street with personal injuries. A female driver was cited for failure to use care in turning.
  • 11:23 a.m. A male caller reported his debit card was fraudulently used at the Home Depot in Chelsea for a purchase of $514.61.
  • 12:22 p.m. A resident on County Street reported her mulch, bedding and bushes were vandalized.
  • 12:28 p.m. A caller on Jordan Road reported a dead bird in the street with suspicious materials around it. DPS was notified.
  • 12:31 p.m. David A. Munford, 41, of 7 Beacon St., Peabody, was arrested on an outstanding default warrant from , following a report of a suspicious vehicle at .
  • 12:32 p.m. A caller reported his wife was involved in a road rage incident while picking up their daughter from . He said the other driver approached his wife's vehicle, cussing and spitting on her and the car, while threatening to punch her. The wife had already left the scene and police told the husband to have her call back if she wished to file a report.
  • 12:46 p.m. A caller reported that when he was doing the trash run at on Main Street he found a stack of fake IDs by the Dumpster.
  • 5:43 p.m. An employee at Gaeta's Towing on Route 1 South reported a couple was having an argument in the parking lot. Their vehicle also had four children in it. Police placed both adults (25 and 24) in protective custody and then issued them both summonses for four counts of child endangerment while the children transported to the station and later released into the care of their grandparents.
  • 6:11 p.m. A caller reported two Hispanic females with children were shoplifting at . A 23-year-old Dorchester woman was issued a summons for shoplifting.
  • 7:58 p.m. A 46-year-old Salem woman was issued a summons for shoplifting (her third offense) at .
  • 11 p.m. A caller on Lynn Street reported a possible drunken driver in a silver Honda civic was passing cars on the right and honking the horn. Police checked the area and said the car was parked in a driveway.

Wednesday, July 4

  • 1:01 a.m. Hassan Chalmus, 36, of 49 Holbon St., Boston, was arrested on a warrant out of Roxbury District Court. A person walked into the station to report a violation of a restraining order and it turned out there was also a warrant out for Chalmus' arrest.
  • 1:32 a.m. An anonymous caller reported possible prostitution in a room at . The caller claimed he saw a cash transaction between a male and female. An officer checked the area, but "did not observe any such transactions taking place."


For questions on this log, email peabody@patch.com.

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