A Summons, a Pinball Part and a Swallowed Penny

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

Patch file photo
Patch file photo
Monday, Dec. 2

7:58 a.m., a police officer spoke to a dog walker on Pequot Road, telling the person to come to the police station to receive a summons. Later, at 9 a.m., the person was served a summons to appear in Peabody District Court on Dec. 12.

10:07 a.m., a vehicle with an expired registration was towed on Roundhouse Road.

10:42 a.m., police took the license plates to a Barnard Street vehicle with a revoked registration.

10:54 a.m., a walk-in to the station reported that she has waited five months for a repair person to return a part from a rare pinball machine he was hired to fix. Police called the repair person and he agreed to send out the part COD. 

4:13 p.m., an Arnold Terrace resident reported feeling uncomfortable with a neighbor's actions. She said that she believes he dropped some bread off at her back door, and that the last time he did something like that he had tried to break into her house, though she hadn't actually seen him do it.

5:13 p.m., a Smith Street business owner reported an attempted scam. He told police that a man called him stating he was from the Marblehead Electric Light Company and claiming the business was overdue on its electric bill by $1,478.66. The bill was actually current.

8:12 p.m., a 4-year-old swallowed a penny on Florence Road. An emergency unit was notified. Patient refusal.


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