5 Stories That Made Waves This Week
In case you missed something, here are our top five stories of the week.
Here are our top five stories of the week, they are listed in no particular order. Click on the headlines to read the full story.
Man Found Passed Out With Stolen Jewelry: An Andover man was arrested on Intrepid Circle Sunday night after a local woman told police she found him passed out in her home with stolen jewelry in his pocket.
Crash Leads to Local Woman's 3rd OUI Arrest: A local woman was arrested on her third OUI charge Tuesday after allegedly rear-ending a vehicle on Atlantic Avenue while driving with marijuana and unmarked pills in her car.
Swampscott Upsets Marblehead 25-16: Marblehead was a clear favorite entering Thursday morning's game against Swampscott, but the underdog came up big at home with a 25-16 victory over the Magicians.
Police Plan Crack Down on Peddlers at Holiday Events: If you've attended Marblehead's Fourth of July Fireworks Display, the annual downtown Tree Lighting Ceremony or Santa's Arrival by Lobster Boat, you've probably noticed the swarm of street vendors who show up to sell balloons, toys and fluorescent necklaces out of shopping carts to children in the crowd.
Alleged Heroin Dealer Slams Local Police Vehicle During Salem Sting: One of the Marblehead Police Department's surveillance vehicles was reportedly damaged Thursday night when a pair of alleged heroin dealers attempted to flee the scene of a controlled drug buy on Putnam Street in Salem.
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