These are among the calls for service to which the Winthrop Police Department responded during the week of May 25-June 1.
Monday, May 25
1214: A motor vehicle (MV) was parked at a hydrant at Terrace and Park Aves. The officer ordered the owner to move the MV and gave the owner a verbal warning.
1457: A caller reported that a female was passed out in her MV at the Belle Isle Cemetery. The officer checked on the female, who said she was taking a nap.
1524: A caller who reported that groups of youths were engaged in various athletic activities at Ingleside Park was informed that the town’s beaches, parks, and playgrounds have reopened.
1628: An officer directed the owners of two MVs that were parked on the corner on Bowdoin St. so as to obstruct traffic to move their MVs.
1820: An officer stopped a MV at the Public Landing that did not have a proper registration. The owner produced documentation showing that he had just purchased the MV, but he was beyond the seven-day grace period to re-register the plates with the new car. The officer directed the person to drive straight home and take care of the paperwork.
1928: An officer stopped a MV on Revere St. for the civil motor vehicle infraction (CMVI) of a red light violation. The officer gave the operator a verbal warning.
Tuesday, May 26
0730: Call for medical assistance on Douglas St. One person was transported to the MGH.
1039: A Johnson Ave. resident reported that a dog was in her backyard. She said she believed it belonged to a neighbor, who eventually came to retrieve it.
1215: An officer stopped a MV for a civil motor vehicle infraction (CMVI) at the intersection of Linden and Main Sts. The operator, who appeared to be confused at the intersection, was given a verbal warning by the officer.
1333: An officer assisted the parties with the exchange of papers at a minor motor vehicle accident (MVA) on Main St.
1338: An officer stopped a MV on Shirley St. for the civil motor vehicle infraction (CMVI) of a stop sign violation. The officer gave the operator a verbal warning.
1507: An officer stopped a MV on Shirley St. for the civil motor vehicle infraction (CMVI) of speeding, which had been reported by two civilians. The officer gave the operator a verbal warning.
1534: An officer moved along four females who were on the swing set at Massa Playground, but who were not maintaining appropriate physical separation.
1857: A homeless man who has been living in a trailer in a parking lot on Main St. since December with the permission of town officials was advised that the time had come for him to find another place to live.
1931: The State Police reported that they towed seven mopeds that had come as a group at the Deer Island parking lot.
2053: An officer told a person who was playing his guitar loudly outside at Sturgis St. and Shore Drive to stop doing so.
2155: An officer assisted the parties at a minor MVA on Revere St.
2235: A caller reported that youths had set fire to a park bench at Ingleside Park. The Fire Dept. extinguished the fire. A possible witness said he saw a group of persons leave in a MV.
Wednesday, May 27
0007: An officer stopped a MV on Veterans Rd. that was operating on a rim. The officer directed the owner to park the MV legally and the owner said he will fix it in the morning.
0114: An officer directed a group of five persons who were talking loudly and playing music on Trident Ave. to cease doing so. The visiting parties agreed to depart for the evening.
0247: A group of youths playing basketball at their residence were directed to cease doing so and they agreed to take it in for the evening.
1226: Officers responded to a report of a possible medical aid on Sunset Rd. One person was transported to the MGH.
1425: An officer stopped a MV at Revere St. and Kennedy Rd. for the civil motor vehicle infraction (CMVI) of a stop sign violation. The officer issued a citation to the operator.
1432: An officer issued a parking ticket for a MV that was parked at the corner of Otis St. at a No Parking sign.
1721: A person who was riding his bicycle in the 1000 block of Shirley St. reported that he reached over a fence to pet a dog in its front yard and was bit. The caller refused medical attention.
2019: Revere police called for assistance regarding a stabbing incident in their city. The suspects did not flee into Winthrop and were last seen at the Winthrop Parkway rotary in Revere.
2019: A Trident Ave. resident reported that the defendant against whom she has a domestic abuse prevention restraining order pursuant to c. 209A may have violated the order by leaving a package at her residence. Officers arrested James D. Sabatino, 34, of Medway, on a charge of violating a 209A order.
2308: An officer stopped a MV on Revere St. for the civil motor vehicle infraction (CMVI) of speeding. The officer gave the operator a verbal warning.
Thursday, May 28
0149: A group of youths who were having a loud conversation on the wall at the Pico Ave. playground and bothering residents were spoken to by an officer.
0350: An officer stopped a MV on Winthrop St. at Main St. for the civil motor vehicle infraction (CMVI) of a one-way violation. The officer gave the operator a verbal warning.
0908: The owner of a MV with a flat tire and revoked insurance that was parked on Summit Ave. agreed to tow the MV and reinstate the insurance.
1641: A business owner on Woodside Ave. reported that construction debris had been dumped into his dumpster for a second time. A neighbor’s video camera may be helpful in determining a suspect and the officer will investigate.
1817: A call for medical aid at a local business resulted in a person being transported to the hospital for a possible overdose.
2101: An officer dispersed a group of 25 youths who were making a lot of noise on Yirrell Beach. The officer reported that they left behind a lot of litter.
2119: An officer responded to a report of a neighbor making noise at an apartment building on Veterans Rd. This is an ongoing issue and both parties were advised to talk to the management.
2128: A Jeep that was reported to be parked for two weeks on Terrace Ave. was placed on the 72-hour list.
2149: Officers responded to a request for medical aid at Cutler St. and Veterans Rd. One person was transported to the MGH.
Friday, May 29
0816: A white Jeep that had been parked on Tileston Rd. for two days was placed on the 72-hour list.
0900: A person came into the station to report that his pick-up truck had been stolen from outside his residence (a street address was not provided) during the night.
0910: Officers responded to a medical aid on Hawthorne Ave. A person was transported to the hospital.
1230: A person came into the station to report that she had received threats. She was given a form and will return it.
1332: A Floyd St. resident reported that his MV had been struck by a hit-and-run operator. The officer observed damage to the driver’s side. The officer will file a report and will check with neighbors to determine if a surveillance camera may have recorded the incident.
1611: A caller reported that youths may be drinking at Yirrell Beach. The officer determined that they were having take-out from Nick’s.
1648: A report of vandalism to a building in the 500 block of Shirley St. by youths from the area was resolved when their parents agreed to take care of the damage.
1810: A golf ball struck a MV that was in the parking at the apartment building on Veterans Rd., leaving a dent. An officer went to the golf club and will investigate.
1842: An officer informed neighbors involved in a property dispute on Washington Ave. that it is a civil matter.
1951: An officer dispersed a group of youths who were not practicing physical distancing from another person who was sitting in the area of Delby’s Corner.
2008: An officer dispersed a group of youths, who reportedly had been harassing customers of a liquor store to purchase alcohol for them, from the Public Landing.
2145: An officer ordered a group of young people who were having a loud party at a residence in the 800 block of Shirley St. to take it inside.
2312: An officer ordered a group of young people who were having a loud party at a residence on Myrtle Ave. to take it inside.
Saturday, May 30
0219: An officer directed a group having a loud house party at a residence on Seaview Ave. to keep it down.
1337: An officer directed the owner of a MV that was parked too close to the corner at Bayview Ave. and Shirley St. to move the MV.
1410: A resident reported that the Venmo app on her phone had been hacked and attempts were being made to purchase items using her account. The officer will file a report.
1416: An officer issued a parking ticket to a MV blocking a driveway in the 900 block of Shirley St.
1454: An officer issued a parking ticket to a MV blocking a fire hydrant on Grovers Ave.
1541: An officer provided assistance at a MVA at Shore Drive and Cutler St. No injuries were reported and both MVs were driveable.
1842: A group at a family gathering who were playing loud music in the 300 block of Revere St. were directed to lower the volume.
2003: An officer issued a parking ticket to a MV that was parked in the handicapped spot on Moore St.
2006: A business owner reported a problem with a patron who refused to wear a mask upon entering the premises. The patron then spit at persons in the vicinity. The patron was issued a No Trespass order for the business.
2130: A report of youths playing loud music on Winthrop Beach in the vicinity of the 100 block of Shore Drive was referred to the State Police.
Sunday, May 31
0200: A caller reported loud music coming from an apartment in the 400 block of Winthrop St. The officer restored the peace.
0349: A Bayview Ave. resident reported that a dog in the neighborhood had been barking all night. The officer was unable to locate the owner and will refer the matter to Animal Control.
0911: The owner of the barking dog on Bayview Ave. was directed to bring his dog in when he leaves his house for the night.
1018: A resident came into the station to report that an unauthorized unemployment claim had been filed using her personal information.
1043: Officers responded to a request for medical aid on Revere St. A person was transported to the MGH.
1147: An officer directed a construction crew working on Winthrop St. to cease for the day.
1436: An officer stopped a MV at Revere St. and Governors Drive for the civil motor vehicle infraction (CMVI) of a stop sign violation. The officer gave a verbal warning to the operator.
1623: The DPW was notified of a water pipe break at the construction area in the Center after a MV had run over it.
1743: Officers provided assistance at a MVA accident at Bayview Ave. and Shirley St. Two persons were injured and one MV was towed.
1801: An officer assisted the parties with the exchange of papers at a minor MVA at Highland and Grovers Ave.
Monday, June 1
0150: An officer responded to a minor MVA on Bartlett Rd. An oil spill was involved and 60 yards of speed dry was applied at the scene.
0631: An officer informed the grounds crew at the Winthrop Golf Club that they cannot start working until 7:00 a.m.