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 Delbyâ€™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:Â 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. Dunkinâ€™ 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 Michaelâ€™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 Governorâ€™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.