Excerpts from the Marblehead police log Nov. 9 – 14. Consistent with state law, Marblehead Police have adopted a policy of not providing media outlets reports related to incidents involving domestic violence, juveniles and matters that remain under investigation.
8:30 a.m. – Officers Adam Mastrangelo and Zachary Mills responded to the area of Bubier Road to investigate a string of overnight vehicle breaks that occurred in the neighborhood. Several residents reported their unlocked cars had been rifled through during the night, but nothing appeared to be taken. A resident showed officers surveillance video from a neighbor’s camera that captured unidentifiable movement in a driveway at 3:31 a.m. Officers canvassed the area looking for additional security footage that may have captured the suspect(s) but were unable to locate any.
8:42 a.m. – Officer Adam Mastrangelo took a report from a Bubier Road resident who said he awoke to find his unlocked vehicle had been entered overnight, but he did not notice anything missing. This was part of a string of overnight vehicle breaks in the same neighborhood.
8:44 a.m. – Officer Adam Mastrangelo took a report from a Bubier Road resident who said she woke up to find her unlocked car door left ajar. She reported a pair of black or blue Amazon sunglasses and a blue Long’s jewelry box missing from her vehicle. This was also part of the series of overnight vehicle breaks in the neighborhood.
11:30 a.m. – Officer Adam Mastrangelo responded to the police station lobby and took a report from an Westminster Road resident who said his unlocked vehicle was allegedly broken into overnight while parked in his driveway. The resident reported several items stolen from his car and filled out a property loss form. Mastrangelo checked the area but did not locate any surveillance cameras that captured the incident.
4:47 p.m. – Officers Michael Farewell and Joseph DeFelice responded to the Mariner senior living facility on Pleasant Street for a verbal dispute between residents and two individuals walking dogs on the property. The Mariner sales director approached the dog walkers and asked them to leave the private property. Officers advised the dog walkers to avoid walking on the property.
Sometime between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. – A Jackson Road resident reported a large copper urn, valued at approximately $200, was allegedly stolen from her backyard. The resident had recently had work done on her home and was uncertain if any workers were involved in the theft. She checked with neighbors but no one had security cameras that captured the incident.
9:59 a.m. – Officer Andrew Clark responded to Jackson Road and took a report from a resident regarding the alleged theft of the copper urn from her backyard on Sunday.