Threatening Calls Made Regarding Strawberry Festival
And other excerpts from this weekend's Danvers Police Department Log.
The following are excerpts from reports in the Danvers police log from Friday through Sunday.
- Officers responded to a domestic dispute claim at the Days Inn on 152 Endicott St at 8:21 p.m. Upon their arrival the pregnant victim reported that her boyfriend had physically assaulted her and had fled the scene prior to police arrival. According to Captain Ambrose, police conducted an area search with negative results, and currently have a warrant out for the suspect's arrest on charges of aggravated assault and battery on a pregnant victim.
- Officers were dispatched to the Bow Street Sub Station after an employee informed them that sometime between Friday and Saturday night someone had cut chains off the gated entrance and stole aluminum wire.
- An individual reported that in the area of Nik's Giovanni's, someone had been shooting off an Airsoft pellet gun at his pick up truck around 6:06 p.m. No damage was reported.
- A non-domestic dispute was reported when the owner of Connors Farm received a threatening phone call in which the person was openly discussing his displeasure with the farm's unwillingness to accept an outside vendor at the upcoming Strawberry Festival.
- At 10:57 p.m. officers responded to a motor vehicle accident at Maple St. and Access Rd. where they found a vehicle heavily damaged. The vehicle that struck the car had fled the scene, but was later found on Rt. 1. Robert Rocklein, 59, of Access Rd. was charged on driving while under the influence of alcohol (first offense), leaving the scene of property damage, failure to stop for police, stop sign violation, and marked lanes violation.
- John Santosuosso, 32, of 3 Alfred Rd., Saugus was arrested at Motel 6 on Newbury St. at 1:27 a.m. on a warrant from Boston District Court for receiving stolen property valued at over $250.
- With assistance from the Danvers Police Department, Beverly Police arrested Francis Costanzo, 71, of Beverly, who was currently staying at 126 Pine St. in Danvers. Beverly Police arrested him on warrant for assault and battery on a 60-year-old disabled person causing injury, intimidation of a witness, and destruction of property over $250.