The following are excerpts from the log from Friday, April 20 to Sunday, April 22.
Friday, April 20
3:10 p.m.: Walk in party reports his gun has gone missing from ex-wife's house. Gun is a Sig Sauer 380 handgun. Entered into LEAPS.
3:36 p.m.: Small mulch fire at Danvers Savings Bank on Main Street. An employee of K brought a bucket of water and was able to put the fire out.
5:29 p.m.: Police assisted the Fire Department with a brush fire. Fire Department en route. Access was gained through Shea Concrete on Salem Street.
9:45 p.m.: Butters Row caller reporting two teenage boys threw an egg at her boyfriend's vehicle. Caller states the parties were wearing dark clothing and one had on a red baseball hat. Last seen heading toward Towpath. Police were flagged down by vehicles on Elizabeth who stated the male parties are in the area. Unable to locate parties. Did speak with a resident on Towpath due to the garage being open with bikes and broken eggs visible, but resident denied her child was involved in the incident.
10:10 p.m.: Kevin MacDonald came into the station requesting election paperwork time stamped.
Saturday, April 21
1:04 p.m.: Report of a fire under a Barbara Ave. porch. Neighbor attempting to extinguish.
3:18 p.m.: Shawsheen School caller reports three male parties possibly smoking marijuana were on the skate park. Police checked the area and nothing was seen related to the call. Multiple male youths on bikes were in the area.
8:45 p.m.: Police assisted Wakefield Police in a search for an armed suspect.
Sunday, April 22
1:13 a.m.: Brand Ave. caller reports obscenities were written on the windows of his vehicle.
10:51 a.m.: Suspicious activity in a Main Street parking lot, possible class D transaction. Spoke with the witness who stated two males ingesting class D. Some debris left behind which proves it to be true. Both parties left in a white vehicle. Amount of class D was recovered.
8:42 p.m.: Cunningham Street resident reporting a lot of water on the street causing a flood. There was a puddle a couple inches deep but police said it was not an issue at the time.
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