December 07 2018,  Peabody

Peabody Police Log



Tuesday, November 27


Whatever happened to “Howdy, neighbor”?

  A Perley Avenue resident called police to report that every time she walks by her neighbor’s house he starts yelling at her. An officer advised her to refrain from talking to the grouch.


I think it’s over

  A man called police to report that when he returned to his Foster Street apartment after court he discovered his ex-wife had taken all their furniture and his personal belongings. According to the report, an officer will investigate the situation.


Friday, November 30


A caped crusader

  A Highland Park resident called police to report that a suspicious man wearing dark clothing, a cape and a cast-like boot on his leg entered his driveway then left towards North End Street. Dispatched officers could not locate the man.


Sunday, December 2


Going the distance

  A customer of Long’s Jewelers on Cross Street called police to request assistance after the customer discovered the customer’s son’s EpiPens had been left in the store that evening, and he wanted to go back after hours to retrieve them. A manager told police that the store would not reopen until the morning. Thankfully, the chief financial officer of the store, with the assistance of two police officers, went back and retrieved the EpiPens for the customers.




Friday, November 30

  Arnalfo Niz, of 262 Western Ave., Lynn, was charged with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.


Saturday, December 1

  Christian A. Castillo, 24, of 1 Goldberg Rd., Peabody, was charged with two arrest warrants.


Sunday, December 2

  Bjanko Jakic, 29, of 18 Warren St., Peabody, was charged with assault & battery on 60+/disabled with injury.


Monday, December 3

  Braiton Harizaj, 25, of 9 Carpenter St., Peabody, was charged with an arrest warrant.

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