Stolen Vehicle Operator Attempts To Steal Tires
One stolen vehicle was retrieved and towed, while one is still missing, according to this week's police reports.
These are excerpts from reports in the Danvers police log from Sunday through Tuesday.
- Danvers Police were notified by the State Police Department at 7:39 a.m. that an employee at DiLuigi's had observed a suspicious car next to his vehicle and a man trying to steal the tires from his car. Police ran the plates on the suspicious car and found that it had been stolen. When the suspect became aware of the situation he got into the car and drove to Rt. 1, where he picked up two men and fled. The suspect was described as a late teen/early 20's Hispanic male wearing blue jean shorts and a white tank top.
- At 10:59 a.m. police observed a car parked at 3000 Kirkbride Drive with the driver's side window open. The car had been stolen from North Andover and was subsequently towed.
- An officer was monitoring traffic at 10:54 p.m. when he heard a gray Nissan van honking his horn and driving at approximately 70 MPH. The officer pulled the van over in the Motel 6 parking lot. Sam Louvy, 23 of 8 Popes Lane, Danvers, was arrested for operating under influence of liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, marked lanes violation, improper passing, speeding, and following too closely.
- Officers were dispatched to a vehicle crash on 6 Poplar Street. While investigating they detected a strong odor of liquor and conducted a field sobriety test. Daniel Colby, 53, of Peabody St. in Middleton was arrested for operating under the influence of liquor (3rd offense) and marked lanes violation.
- A woman received a summons at 3:28 p.m. to court after officers were dispatched to Walmart when an employee observed a female with a baby stealing over $200 worth of baby formula.
- Kathryn Rogers, 29, of 67 Liberty St. in Danvers was arrested for domestic assault and battery.