Newburyport Daily News
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The following item was recorded in the Newburyport police log:
Seth Z. Olson, 42, 20 Prospect St., No. 6, Amesbury, was issued a summons Tuesday at 9:01 p.m. on charges of possession of burglarious instrument and disturbing the peace. Officer Joshua Tierney issued the summons at the Green Street police station.
The following items were recorded in the Amesbury police log:
Patricia A. O’Malley, 47, 80 Windgate St., Apt, 4F, Haverhill, was issued a summons Tuesday at 6:06 p.m. on charges of operating a motor vehicle with a revoked license and failure to inspect motor vehicle. Officer Steven Reed issued the summons on Haverhill Road.
Kevin P. Donohue, 43, 192 Franklin St., down, Haverhill, was arrested Tuesday at 9:57 p.m. and charged with violating an abuse prevention order, threat to commit a crime and a previous warrant. Officer Charles Sciacca made the arrest on Henry Street.
The following items were recorded in the Salisbury police log:
Sabrina White, 28, 14 N St., Hampton, N.H., was issued a summons Tuesday at 5:53 p.m. on a charge of assault and battery. Officers Keith Forget, Juan Guillermo and Sgt. Timothy Hunter issued the summons following an incident at Kittens Gentlemen’s Club, Bridge Road.
Jaider Decastro, 31, 4030 NE 2nd Terrace, Pompano Beach, Fla., was issued a summons Wednesday at 2:24 a.m. on a charge of unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. Officers James Leavitt and Brian Jowett issued the summons on Beach Road.
The following items were recorded at the Newbury barracks:
Segundo A. Maza, 31, 372 Lowell St,. first floor, Lawrence, was issued a summons Tuesday at 3:50 p.m. on a charge of operating a motor vehicle without a license. Trooper Harris issued the summons following a motor vehicle accident on the Whittier Memorial Bridge in Newburyport.
John W. Greenmeier, 29, 5 Columbia St., Columbia, N.J.; and Leon A. Alcantara, 35, 2521 Kumquat Drive, Edgewater, Fla., were arrested Tuesday at 9 p.m. and charged with distributing counterfeit merchandise. Trooper Topping made the arrests along with Topsfield police detectives at the Topsfield Fair believing they were selling counterfeit phone accessories.