22-Year-Old Charged With Assault to Murder

The following information was submitted by the Marblehead Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

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Thursday, Nov. 28

00:18 a.m., police received a 911 call from a Sewall Street apartment.

" ... called 911 to say there was a man in her apartment, her ex-boyfriend and he grabbed her by the throat and was 'punching walls in her (expletive) apartment and he needs to go, he will not leave.' (The caller) was crying during the call. I asked if she was away from him and she said he was 'in the bathroom throwing up and that he was drunk and throwing up all over her apartment.' She said 'he is a burden and not supposed to be there. (The caller) was asked why he was not supposed to be there. She related he lives there but 'if he was going to put his hands around her throat, he needs to leave.' (The caller) said that 'he wants to kill me.' She was asked if he had any weapons. She said 'nope.' (The caller) said she was in a safe place where he could not get to her." 
Police charged Stephen Eugene, 22, of 13 Sewall St., Apt. 6, Marblehead with assault to murder (strangulation), assault and battery domestic violence and destruction of property.

2:30 a.m., an overdue person was reported on Stonybrook Road. Later the person returned home.

1:35 p.m., a Rockaway Avenue person came into the station and reported that he was being stalked. He said he was being followed on his way from Andover to Marblehead.

8:22 p.m., fireworks were reported on Lighthouse Lane.

10 p.m., police received calls about loud music keeping people up on Nicholson Street. The music player was advised and turned the music off.

Friday, Nov. 29

5:25 a.m., police received a call from Stacey Street stating their son had stolen a neighbor's car and run away. The neighbor was notified of the theft and did not want to report the motor vehicle as stolen. If the car is located they said they would retrieve it. Police broadcasted a be on the lookout report out to other departments asking them to check on the well being of the youth and saying that he was using a vehicle without authorization.


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