MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22
7:02 AM: Officer S. Hickey stopped a MV on Washington Ave. and issued a citation to the operator, a Peabody resident, for the CMVI of speeding.
9:08 AM: Officer S. Hickey stopped a MV at Pleasant St. and Bartlett rd. and issued a citation to the operator, a Boston resident, for the CMVI of speeding.
9:18 AM: Off. S. Hickey timed five MVs parked in the town lot at Delby’s Corner. He returned two hours later and tagged two MVs that still were parked there in violation of the parking time limit.
10:37 AM: Off. Armitstead ordered a tow for a MV on Cliff Ave. with an expired registration.
11:02 AM: Off. S. Hickey ordered a tow for a MV on Summit Ave. with an expired registration.
6:48 PM: Off. McCarthy dispersed a group of youths from the area of Kennedy rd.
7:27 PM: A 209A order was received from the East Boston District Court to be served upon a local resident named as the defendant. However, the order could not be served when it was determined that the defendant now is residing in East Boston.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23
6:46 AM: A Cross St. resident reported a B&E into her MV overnight. The stereo was taken.
9:59 AM: A citizen reported that he had found 20 American flags in the bushes near the Revere St. Dunkin’ Donuts. The flags, which may have been taken from one of the town cemeteries, were handed over to the DPW.
10:24 AM: Off. Armitstead ordered a tow for a MV on Kennedy rd. with an expired registration.
10:34 AM: A report of the smell of gas on River Road was referred to the WFD.
2:36 PM: A report of a lost cat by a Shirley St. resident was referred to the ACO.
8:49 PM: Off. McCarthy ordered a tow for a MV on Marshall St. with an expired registration.
9:35 PM: Off. McCarthy ordered a tow for a MV on Cross St. with an expired registration.
10:58 PM: A Buchanan St. resident reported that two eggs had just been thrown at his home.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24
8:26 PM: A Tafts Ave. resident reported that her home had been egged.
10:24 PM: Offs. Turner and McCarthy responded to a report of a loud party at a Sunset rd. residence. The officers arrested Dorothy McConnell, 47, of 36 Sunset rd., on charges of disorderly conduct, keeping a disorderly house, and resisting arrest.
11:35 PM: Officers responded to a report of a disturbance at a party at the Winthrop Yacht Club at the request of a detail officer. One person was transported to the hospital by EMS and the officers stood by as party guests went home.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25
11:48 AM: Officers responded to a report from a caller that a van had struck a utility pole while turning at Underhill St. and then sped away.
12:05 PM: Off. Feeley responded to a report of extremely loud music in an apartment on Wave Way. The officer ordered the resident to turn down the music.
8:05 PM: Off. MacFarland dispersed a rowdy group of youths from the area of Michael’s Mall.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26
10:19 AM: Officer S. Hickey stopped a MV at Pleasant St. and Brookfield rd. and issued a citation to the operator, a Medford resident, for a CMVI.
10:24 AM: An officer responded to a report from a Governor’s Drive resident of vandalism to the furniture on her porch, but the officer determined that a large bird of prey most likely was responsible for ripping the stuffing from a chair.
6:34 PM: Off. Callinan responded to a report of an unwanted guest knocking at the window door of an Edward St. resident. The officer directed the unwanted guest to stay away from the premises.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27
1:38 AM: Offs. Turner and Ferullo responded to a report of rowdy youths on Hawthorn Ave. They determined that there had been an altercation between two male parties, but neither wanted to press charges.
2:07 AM: Officers responded to reports of a fight inside the White Hen Pantry. They arrested Chakib Mohamed Haddad, 18, of 66 Plummer Ave., on charges of A&B by means of a dangerous weapon (a shod foot) and disturbing the peace; Adel Benallouche, 20, of 42 Sunset rd., on charges of A&B and disturbing the peace; and Wheberson Almeida, 20, of 26 Sea Foam Ave., on charges of A&B and disturbing the peace.
8:10 AM: An Ocean View St. resident that someone had ripped off the holiday lights from bushes in front of her house.
9:43 AM: A caller reported that a MV parked in the lot on George St. appeared to have bee vandalized. Off. Feeley responded and discovered that a side window had been smashed with a rock, the console opened, and the glove box rummaged through. The owner was contacted and reported that nothing had been taken.
3:22 PM: Reports of a boat having broken free from its mooring in the harbor at Washington Ave. and Shirley St. were referred to the WFD.
5:51 PM: A resident reported that he had parked his MV several hours earlier on Shirley St. and now it was gone.
7:13 PM: A caller reported that her boyfriend had just stolen some money from her.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 28
12:12 AM: Officers dispersed a rowdy and noisy group of youths from the area of Walden St.
2:02 AM: Off. Curran stopped a MV on Main St. and issued a citation to the operator for the CMVI of speeding.
2:48 AM: Off. Curran stopped a MV on Main St. and issued a citation to the operator for the CMVI of speeding. He obtained a radar reading of 69 m.p.h. in a 30 m.p.h. zone.
12:08 PM: An officer spoke to a Palmyra St. resident at the request of the DPW and ordered the resident to stop dumping his leaves on town land next to Ingleside Park.
2:30 PM: A report of a puppy and a dog being left unattended on the roof of a home on Charles St. was referred to the ACO.
8:04 PM: Offs. Callinan and Jaworski responded to a report of a disturbance at a Cottage Park Road residence. The officers restored the peace.
9:39 PM: A resident reported that his son had received a threatening text message from a high school student. Detectives spoke to the parents of both youths to resolve the situation.
Legend for police blotter: 51A = a report by a state mandated reporter of child abuse or neglect; 209A order = domestic abuse prevention restraining order; A&B = assault & battery; ACO = Animal Control Officer; B&E = breaking & entering; BOLO = be on the lookout; CMVI = civil motor vehicle infraction; DSS = Department of Social Services; D/W = dangerous weapon; MGH=Mass. General Hospital; MV = motor vehicle; MVA = motor vehicle accident; OUI=Operating a MV while under the influence; RMV=Registry of Motor Vehicles; SRO=School Resource Officer; tagging = graffiti; WFD=Winthrop Fire Department; WMS=Warrant Management Service.