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June 28, 2010

police logs


The following item was recorded in the Newburyport police log:

Rachel Young, 34, 68 Lowell Road, North Reading, was issued a summons Monday at 9:26 a.m. on charges of driving with suspended registration, driving an uninsured vehicle and driving an unregistered vehicle. Officer Joshua Tierney issued the summons on Hale Street.


The following items were recorded in the Salisbury police log:

Bernard Arthur Rogers, 28, 29 Central St., Byfield, was arrested Sunday at 8:12 p.m. and charged with assault and battery, disorderly conduct, possession of a class B drug and possession of a class E drug. Officers Richard Dellaria, Richard Merrill and James Leavitt made the arrest on Broadway.

Alissa Matt, 20, 19 Rawson Ave., Newburyport, was issued a summons Sunday at 11 p.m. on charges of possession of a class D drug with intent to distribute. The arrest was made on North End Boulevard.

Bruce E. Merrill, 35, 31 Whitehall Road, Apt. B, Amesbury, was issued a summons Monday at 2:06 p.m. on charges of violating an abuse prevention order and domestic assault and battery. Officer Keith Forget issued the summons on Corporal Patten Way.


The following item was recorded in the Amesbury police log:

Daniel J. Mclaughlin, 20, 26 Pearl St., Amesbury, was arrested Monday at 4:11 p.m. and charged with breaking and entering a building at nighttime for felony and larceny from a building. Officer Robert Chatigny made the arrest on Pearl Street.


The following item was recorded in the Merrimac police log:

A serial traffic offender was arrested Monday at 6:16 p.m. on three warrants after a tip led police to believe he was in the local area, Sgt. Eric Shears said. Charles J. Ouimet, 27, 38 Grove St., Lynn, was arrested on three warrants: a warrant out of Peabody for failure to stop for police, reckless driving, a marked-lanes violation, speeding, driving with revoked license, driving an unregistered and uninsured vehicle, a number plate violation, and assault with dangerous weapon; a warrant out of Haverhill for larceny of a motor vehicle; and a warrant out of Danvers for refusing to identify self to police, failure to signal and driving with a revoked license. Officers Jonathan Morrill and Richard Holcroft, Amesbury K-9 officer Thomas Nichols and Sgt. Shears made the arrest on Lincoln Street.

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