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chrishansenhome ([personal profile] chrishansenhome) wrote2017-04-13 06:02 pm
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Marblehead Police Log from Holy Week

Well, some of them have been at it again in Marblehead.

  • A woman reported losing $7,000 of cash in an envelope on Wednesday around 8 a.m. Why am I never around when $7,000 cash is lying around?

  • Someone walked into the police station last Wednesday around 8:30 a.m. with an item found on Devereux Beach he thought could be an explosive. Police asked him to take the item out of the station and leave it on the curb, and later determined it was a piece of fishing equipment. The fisherman went out with a bang, I suppose. At least it didn't go off in the police station.

  • A tree stump was misidentified as a person in camouflage last Thursday morning near Pleasant Street. That's better than a person being misidentified as a tree stump.

  • Police issued a verbal warning to a driver doing donuts in an Ocean Avenue parking lot last Thursday around 5 p.m.

  • Officers took a report of an Evans Road home and two vehicles egged, possibly around 3:30 a.m. on Monday.

  • Someone reported objects – possibly furniture – in the middle of the road near Gregory and Barnard streets on Monday around 2 p.m. Cardinal Biggles has been around again torturing people with soft furnishings, I'll bet.

  • Police responded to a report of two kite surfers in the water in Marblehead Harbor on Monday around 6:30 p.m. and one looking distressed. Authorities found that both parties were okay.

Have a great weekend.