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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. Credit: Terry Date
Patch file photo. Credit: Terry Date
Saturday, Dec. 28

1:09 p.m.,  a walk-in to the police station, from West Shore Drive, reported that a credit card was taken out in his name. The card was closed before it could be used.

1:54 p.m., a Creesy Street neighbor asked that a well-being check be carried out on a child who lives in a residence below him. Police knocked on the door of the residence but there was no answer.

10:51 p.m., Swampcott police sought Marblehead police's help checking on a 15-year-old who may have attended and been ill at a party in Swampscott. Marblehead police and the boy's mother checked on the boy. He was asleep in his bed.

Sunday, Dec. 29

1:48 a.m., a taxi driver reported following a white sedan with front-end damage that was crossing the yellow line. Police stopped the vehicle at Atlantic Avenue and Chestnut Street. Police charged Kara M. Murphy, 26, of 57 Fox Hill Road, Nahant with OUI, liquor, second offense; operation of a motor vehicle to endanger; a marked lane violation; speeding; possession of a Class A drug; OUI, drugs, second offense; and a motor vehicle lights violation.

11:58 a.m., a walk-in to the police station reported a minor motor vehicle accident at Powder House Lane and Green Street. The woman said she was backing out of a spot and struck a mirror on a parked vehicle.

7:42 p.m., a caller reported that a red vehicle at State Street and Washington Street turned left illegally and almost struck the caller, who was a pedestrian.

8:10 p.m., a caller from an Atlantic Avenue shop reported that eggs were thrown at the shop.

Monday, Dec. 30

1:23 a.m., a Cowell Street caller said her neighbor upstairs was playing music loud and refused to turn it down. Police spoke to the upstairs neighbors and they agreed to keep the music down.


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