• December 14 2018,  Peabody,  Peabody Police Log

    Peabody Police Log

    PEABODY POLICE LOG   Wednesday, December 5   The bird is not the word   A school bus driver called police to complain that the driver of a motor vehicle flipped her his middle finger when she stopped to allow a child to cross Endicott Street. The woman said she would report the road rage incident to her supervisor.   National Grid is on strike; scammers are not   A Worcester Road resident called police to report she believes she was scammed when two men posing as National Grid employees arrived at her home. The woman thought she had made an appointment with National Grid and called the company to…

  • December 07 2018,  Peabody

    Peabody Police Log

    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…

  • November 30 2018,  Peabody,  Peabody Police Log

    Peabody Police Log

    PEABODY POLICE LOG   ARRESTS   Monday, November 19 Agnel Faria Damaso, 31, of Everett, was charged with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. Nina Marie Cole, 24, of 286 Newbury St., Peabody, was charged with two arrest warrants.   Tuesday, November 20 Scott J. Webster, 48, of Newburyport, was charged with assault & battery, with assault & battery with a dangerous weapon, with malicious damage to a motor vehicle and with leaving the scene of property damage. Jordan A. Brewer, 24, of Methuen, was charged with an arrest warrant. Ralph Jean-Noel, 22, of 18 Hilltop Dr., Peabody, was charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Kassio…

  • November 21 2018,  Peabody,  Peabody Police Log

    Peabody Police Log

    PEABODY POLICE LOG   Tuesday, November 13   Truck-driving school   Police reported three tractor-trailers parked on Jubilee Drive which could cause a potential issue for students getting on the buses. An officer reported speaking to the truckers, who were waiting for the arrival of the property manager to open the gate so they could enter the property. An officer later returned to the scene as the trucks were still waiting to enter the property. One ticket was issued.   Long drive for stupidity   A Bourbon Street resident called police to report that a man had followed her from North Reading and stopped at her home, got out of…

  • November 16 2018,  Peabody

    Peabody Police Log

    PEABODY POLICE   Tuesday, November 6   It wasn’t that safe   A Waselchuck Drive resident called police to report that two men dressed in khaki pants and black collared shirts walked up to his front door and requested to talk to him about safety. The man found their actions to be suspicious and requested police to investigate. The caller stated the two men were driving a white sedan and said that they would return in the morning. The resident said he would call police if the men returned.   Have Tesla will travel   A man called police to report that after he dropped off his Tesla model 3…

  • November 9 2018,  Peabody,  Peabody Police Log

    Peabody Police Log

    PEABODY POLICE LOG   Wednesday, October 31   Just a lot of hot air … for the tire   A concerned caller noted to police that his neighbor on King Street was arguing with a tow truck driver and wanted police to investigate. According to the officer, the neighbor stated the driver was only talking and assisting her with putting air in her car’s tire.   Creepy clown reported   It might have been Halloween night, but a caller reported that a suspicious male dressed in a costume with a big nose, long claws for fingers and yellow hair was inappropriately stroking her 10-year-old daughter’s hair while walking on Fairview…

  • November 2 2018,  Peabody,  Peabody Police Log

    Peabody Police Log

    PEABODY POLICE LOG   Monday, October 22   Coffee’s on you A man called police to report that while he was at the 7-Eleven store on Lynn Street another man threw two large cups of hot coffee at his face and then fled the store. Police caught up with Joseph Donahue of Peabody and gave him a summons to court for assault & battery with a dangerous weapon.   Tuesday, October 23   No receipt – no tantrum An employee of the Burlington Coat Factory on Andover Street reported a female outside the store yelling and screaming. According to the report, an officer spoke to the woman, who stated that…

  • October 26 2018,  Peabody,  Peabody Police Log

    Peabody Police Log

    PEABODY POLICE LOG   Monday, October 15   A drive-by photo shoot A Meade Street resident called police to report that a man driving a red Ford vehicle slowly drove past her home, which had two Jet Skis in her driveway, then circled back, got out and took a photo of the watercraft. The report stated she was unable to get the license plate number of the vehicle and wanted police to be aware of the incident.   You can eat but you can’t hide An employee at the Century House Restaurant on Andover Street reported a man who dined at the cost of $39 and then dashed toward the…

  • October 19 2018,  Peabody,  Peabody Police Log

    Peabody Police Log

    PEABODY POLICE LOG   Wednesday, October 10   Strike-related or just uninvited? A Sunnybrook Lane resident called police to report that he was refusing a National Grid employee permission to perform any work on his property. According to the report, an officer, along with the fire department and the city building inspector, responded to the scene. It was reported that the house will be cleaned up and the utility company will return next week.   Let’s go to the video tape A caller on Elaine Avenue reported that their neighbor’s large dog had snuck up behind his girlfriend in their yard and it has been an ongoing issue. The caller…

  • October 12 2018,  Peabody,  Peabody Police Log

    Peabody Police Log

    Peabody Police Log   Monday, October 1   Direct from the source   Police received a call about a bearded man in a blue shirt begging people for money outside the Bank of America ATM at the Northshore Mall. Mall security checked the area, but he was nowhere to be found.   Tuesday, October 2   Attempted child abduction reported   A woman called police to report that while her grandson was leaving the Center School, a male – described as having a dark brown complexion and driving a blue Honda Civic – approached the boy and told him to “get into the vehicle.” According to the report, the boy…