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March 26, 2013

Police Logs


The following items were recorded in the Salisbury police log:

James F. Cummings, 84, 7 Park St., Haverhill, was issued a summons Sunday at 3:25 p.m. on a charge of larceny over $250. Officer Luis Valdez and Sgt. Timothy Hunter issued the summons on Cable Avenue.

Jake Soucy, 22, 531 Douglas Road, Lowell, was issued a summons Sunday at 5:41 p.m. on a charge of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Officer Keith Forget issued the summons on Toll Road.


The following item was recorded in the Seabrook police log:

Tyler S. Thistlewood, 19, 32 Seabrook Road, Salisbury, was arrested Sunday at 7:20 p.m. and charged with receiving stolen property. Officers Frank Brown Jr. and Ryan Kane made the arrest on Campton Street.


The following item was recorded in the Newbury police log:

John Ahlgren, 68, 50 Smith Garrison Road, Newmarket, N.H.; Judith Hayden, 68, 46 Warren St., Newburyport; Cheryll A. Capodilupo, 56, 122 Presidential Drive, Bradford; Susan C. Collins, 56, 44 Royal Crest Drive, No. 9, North Andover; Patricia Dizozzo, 61, 12 Griffin Road, Londonderry, N.H.; and Richard Mason, 51, 823 Ocean Blvd., Hampton, N.H., were issued summonses Sunday afternoon on a charge of trespassing. Several officers issued the summonses after spotting them on Plum Island Beach violating a town order not to go on the beach.

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