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At 2:04 p.m., an accident was reported on Route 95 North prior to the split of Route 128 involving a school bus occupied only by the driver, which reported a possible injury.
Shoplifting was reported at Corkscrew Liquors, 23 Central St., at 2:20 p.m.
At 3:10 p.m., an accident was reported on Lowell Street requiring a car to be towed and one person to the hospital. The towed car was occupied by two people who were also summoned to court, a 41-year-old passenger from Beverly for allowing unlicensed driving of a vehicle and an 18-year-old driver, also from Beverly, for driving a vehicle while unlicensed.
At 5:10 pm, police received “several reports of a missing sewer grate on (Route) 1 South across from Sonic,” according to the dispatcher’s notes. State police have been contacted.
A Myles Road resident called the police at 5:23 pm “to talk to an (officer) about the steps to become a police officer and the type of tactical equipment he can buy and wear on a regular basis.”
At 6:40 p.m., a client at the Lynnfield Street YMCA reported that $ 130 had been taken out of a pants pocket in his locker, which was not locked, that morning.
Police checked an unoccupied vehicle on Upton Street at 10:18 p.m., from which they issued a subpoena to a minor Peabody for driving a vehicle with a revoked registration and canceled insurance.
At 5:25 p.m., a trespass was reported in a courtyard on Congress Avenue.
Parks and Recreation reported at 8:28 am they were removing “past vandalism” from a wall on Pond Street.
Someone informed police at 8:30 a.m. that there would be around 15 more cars on Sheldon Road because they were in a house making a video.
A resident told police at 9:08 a.m. that a camper was blocking the sidewalk and parked on the street of Ames Street. The rapporteur said he has a motorhome and would like to do the same if this person is allowed to do so. An officer checked the motorhome and told the owner to go up the steps and retract the sides so he didn’t block the sidewalk. The resident said the motorhome will be moved north in early May.
A Shorewood Road resident called police at 9:12 a.m. to report that her neighbor’s daughter had deliberately set off the car alarm.
A Leo Road resident reported at 9.47am that a black truck had been driving through the neighborhood for the past few weeks and had pulled up outside houses as someone in the truck wrote on a clipboard. The caller thought the activity was suspicious.
A resident called 911 at 6:41 p.m. to report he was in his yard digging a hole when a neighbor came over, yelled at him and punched him in the face.