Local Man Reported Missing and Loud Party on Washington Street
The following is an excerpt from the Marblehead police log.
The following is an excerpt from the Marblehead police log:
- At 8:20 a.m. Thursday, a Prince Street woman requested that police perform a well-being check on her son, whom she hadn't heard from since Monday. Officers were unable to locate her son at his place of work and calls made to his cell phone went directly to voicemail. The woman said her son was supposed to be staying at a lodge in Vermont, but when she called to check on him someone at the front desk said the reservation was cancelled due to illness. The woman provided police with her son's license plate.
- At 1:01 p.m. Thursday, a motorist in Village Plaza on Pleasant Street called police to report that a vehicle had just struck her car and then left the scene. The woman told police that after she was struck she honked her horn at the other motorist, but was ignored. When the woman provided police with the vehicle's license plate number, they discovered that it didn't match the make and model that hit her.
- At 12:42 a.m. Friday, police responded to a report of a loud party at an apartment on Washington Street. A resident in the building told police that when he went upstairs to tell a third-floor tenant to quiet down he was threatened with bodily injury. The third-floor tenant reportedly told police that he was "breaking stuff in my own apartment." He also reportedly told police that he was going to leave the state without paying his rent because of problems he's been having with a downstairs resident.