The responded to the the following calls on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Tuesday, May 15
4:08 p.m. — Two woman taking photos were reported at Lafayette and Palmer streets.
4:31 p.m. — Damage to a vehicle was reported on Pioneer Terrace. Police said a man reported there was a tiny dent with a chip of paint missing on his rear driver's side door.
5:03 p.m. — Police received a call someone used a stolen credit card to purchase a laptop at .
5:17 p.m. — People loitering in front of a store on Boston Street were reported.
5:24 p.m. — Wires down on North Street were reported. Police said it was determined the downed wire was cable.
7:53 p.m. — A small child was found on Pope Street. Police said a woman said her 4-year-old daughter let herself out of the apartment. The woman located her daughter before police arrived.
8:07 p.m. — An out of control couple was reported on Hancock Street. Police said "there had been no one out of control, just some loud talking between roommates."
8:36 p.m. — A man trying to sell drugs was reported at Highland Avenue and Swampscott Road.
9:38 p.m. — Police responded to a past break into a residence on Francis Road. Police said a person reported a BB was shot at the rear door window to his home.
William Thomas Lewis III, 36, of 248 Lafayette St., was arrested on a warrant.
Raymond Langloise, 48, of 16 Crowninshield St., in Peabody, was arrested on charges of larceny and false use of a credit card.
Wednesday, May 16
1:17 a.m. — An undesirable person was reported at . Police said a woman was "trying to force her way past security to see a relative." Police said the woman was highly intoxicated, and she was taken into protective custody.
2:04 a.m. — A suspicious vehicle was reported on Blaney Street. Police said they didn't see anyone in any of the vehicles parked in the parking lot. Police did see a man who said he was just fishing.
2:33 a.m. — Police received a call a vehicle drove into the . Police said Sandra Picariello (see below) was arrested.
6:29 a.m. — A vehicle abandoned in the drive-thru on Highland Avenue was reported to police. The officer said the car had two flat tires. The owner said AAA didn't show up the night prior, and she left her vehicle there. The woman was told the property owner could tow the vehicle. Employees were advised to contact the property owner if they wanted the vehicle towed.
7:23 a.m. — Police said a child locked in a vehicle was reported on Green Ledge Street. Police said the child was able to open the lock with the assistance of the mother. The car was not running at the time of the incident.
8:22 a.m. — A vehicle hit a pothole on Larchmont Road, police said.
9:17 a.m. — A past break into a truck was reported on Collins Street. Tools were stolen, police said.
9:35 a.m. — Destruction to a vehicle was reported on Hathorne Street. Police said a person told them his vehicle has been damaged three separate times over the past month. The man said a tire had been slashed and a tire was stolen.
9:41 p.m. — Police received a call a woman didn't show up for work on Lemon Street. Police said the woman had just overslept.
11:30 a.m. — A stolen engagement ring was reported on Valiant Way.
2:55 p.m. — A 3-year-old boy was found at Summit and Clifton avenues.
3:09 p.m. — Police responded to on a report of an out of control man. Someone with the agency said a man was upset about an insurance policy issue and started to yell and swear at him. The man was asked to leave when he became threatening. Police said the man left before they arrived, and the argument was never physical.
Jennifer A Valle, 39, of 11 Access Road, in Beverly, was arrested on charges of a marked lanes violation and operating with a suspended license (subsequent offense).
Sandra Picariello, 48, of 40 Bridge St., was arrested on a charge of operating under the influence of liquor.
Alexis A. Barry, 19, of 1 Perkins Peak, in Gloucester, was arrested on charges of operating under the influence of liquor, speeding, a one-way street violation, negligent operation and being a liquor transporting or carrying liquor.
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