Wednesday, 12 December 2018
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Police, responding to 370 Essex St., at 3:55 p.m., for a call about an undesirable or unwanted guest, arrested Caitlin Rose McDonough, 27, of 11 School St., Royalston, MA. She was charged with trespass, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.


Police were dispatched, at 1:10 a.m., to the vicinity of Loring Avenue and Leggs Hill Road, for a motor vehicle accident involving airbag deployment and possible injuries. They arrested Israel H. Rodriguez, 58, of 117 Lafayette St., Apt. 203, Salem. He was charged with a marked lanes violation; speeding at a rate exceeding the posted limit; racing a motor vehicle; operating a motor vehicle on a suspended license, subsequent offense; drunken driving; reckless operation of a motor vehicle; and a brakes violation.

Police were called, at 1:10 a.m., to a Church Street location for an assault in the past. After a brief investigation, they arrested Sean Michael Henry, 23, of 2 Wall Street Court, Salem, and charged him with malicious damage to a motor vehicle.


An officer was sent to 5 Broad St., at 2:05 a.m. for a minor motor vehicle accident. After a brief investigation, they arrested Heather J. McRae, 54, of 33 Fair Oaks Ave., Lynn. She was charged with a marked lanes violation and with drunken driving.



Police were sent to 740 Jubilee Road, at 7:40 p.m., for the report of a vehicle into a pole. The operator was transported to Salem Hospital and the vehicle was towed. Peabody Municipal Light Plant was requested to check the pole for damages.

An officer was sent to Wilson Square, at 8:20 to check for possible gunshots after three shots were reported. The officer reported he smelled smoke consistent with fireworks.


An officer was sent to Ashford Trailer Park, at 11:20 a.m. for a missing elderly male. The man is new to the complex and told his wife he was going for a 20 minute walk two hours earlier and still had not returned. An employee found the man wandering around the complex and flagged down the officer. He and his wife were soon reunited. The officer explained to the man the need for help, such as a cell phone, in this kind of situation.

A man called police, at 4:30  from Burlington Coat Factory, 310 Andover St., to report that $500 had been taken from his wife’s purse. The officer reported the woman was pickpocketed.

A Quarry Terrace man reported, at 8:20 p.m., that his dog has been ill ever since his neighbor placed a device on the fence Thursday to control his dog’s barking. He asked to speak to an officer.

Police responded, at 9:34 p.m., to 50R Walnut St., for a motor vehicle stop. The sheriff’s department was en route with a K9 and CID was notified. Police arrested Fernando Encarnacion, 34, of 29 Oak St., Apt. 2, Peabody. He was charged with possession of a Class B narcotic and with walking or riding on the railroad track.


An officer was sent to Homewood Suites, 57 Newbury St., at 10:45 a.m. for an unwanted guest. The woman was asked to take her two cats and leave. The officer was going to check back to ascertain she did.



The postmaster called police, at 11:30 a.m., to report that one of their drivers was caught smoking marijuana in the vehicle, and he has a soda can filled with marijuana. The U.S. Postal Service said it will be launching its own investigation.

A caller reported, at 1:50 p.m., reporting she just saw a male, either drunk or on drugs, staggering toward Old Burial Hill. She said he was a white male, about 28 years old, wearing only swim trunks. Officers located the party at Pond and Lime and transported him to his girlfriend’s house on Green Street.



Police went to 27 Guild Road, at 5:50 p.m., on the report of a stolen moped.

Police were sent to 434 Rantoul St., at 11:05 p.m., for a fight inside CVS


Officers were sent to the intersection of Chapman and Bow streets, at 1:25 a.m., after a driver stopped at the station to report a man masturbating by the side of the street.They located and arrested Conor Francis McCusker, 36, of 1 Chapman Trailer Park, and charged him with open and gross lewdness and with disorderly conduct.



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