The following items were recorded in the Salisbury police log:
James R. Antanavich, 46, 233A South Main St., Seabrook, was arrested Friday at 3:25 a.m. and charged with two counts possession of a class B substance and marked lanes. Officer Richard Dellaria and Sgt. Timothy Hunter made the arrest on Pike Street.
Vincente Waldeineis, 31, 126 Railroad Ave., No. 4; and Rosa M. Costa, 54, 126 Railroad Ave., No. 3, Salisbury, were issued summonses Friday at 10:13 a.m. by officer Dellaria on Bridge Road. Waldeineis was charged with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and tinted windows. Costa was charged with allowing improper operation of a motor vehicle.
Paul J. Franklin, 75, 16 Pike St., Salisbury, was issued a summons Friday at 10:40 a.m. on charges of operating an uninsured and unregistered motor vehicle. Officer Michael Alder issued the summons following a motor vehicle accident on Pike Street.
Michael J. Bussey, 19, 30 Rabbit Road, Salisbury, was arrested Friday at 9:54 p.m. and charged with a previous warrant, Percocet possession and person under 21 in possession of alcohol. Officers Patrick Szymkowski and Christopher Thurlow made the arrest on Main Street. At the same time, Victoria A. Cole, 19, 2 Linda Lane, Seabrook; Meaghan Cote, 18, 90 Ferry Road, Salisbury; and Maurine Preston, 19, 7 Dandiview Acres, Seabrook; were issued summonses for person under 21 in possession of alcohol.
Bret Lincoln, 26, 7 Kasher Drive, Apt. A, Kingston, N.H.; and Douglas J. Rayworth, 24, 67 West First St., North Berwick, Maine; were arrested Saturday at 1:05 a.m. by officers Dellaria, Thurlow, Daniel McNeil and Jeremy Kelley following a disturbance at Ten’s Show Club, North End Boulevard. Lincoln was charged with possession of a firearm without a permit and Rayworth was charged with disorderly conduct.
Carmen J. Scalia, 50, 19 Hub Hollow Road, Danville, N.H.; and Karyn B. Wright, 32, 11 Railroad Ave., No. 4, Salisbury; were issued summonses Saturday at 2:22 p.m. and charged with domestic assault and battery. Officers Alder and Timothy Rivet issued the summonses on Railroad Avenue.