Two Beverly Men Arrested After Observed Cutting Telephone Wires
The following information was supplied by the Danvers police department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
The following are excerpts from the Danvers Police Department Log, Sunday July 31 through Tuesday August 2.
Sunday, July 31:
- A domestic dispute at 9:55 p.m. resulted in the arrest of Mark Baldwin, 41, of 200 North Street. Baldwin was charged with domestic, aggravated assault and battery.
- At 11:34 p.m. police received notice that the two front windows at Cappy's Seafood had been smashed.
Monday, August 1:
- A stolen radio was reported at 9:27 a.m. from a vehicle outside of 11 Porter St.
- At 10:21 a.m. an eye witness reported to police that he/she observed two men cutting wires from a telephone pole that appeared to be unused. Police arrested Robert Clarke, 46, and Adam Shairs, 27, both of 56 River Street in Beverly for larceny over $250, destruction of property, possession of burglarious instruments. Clarke was also charged with using a vehicle with intent to commit a felony.
- Police received a complaint about a political activist passing out "offensive material" in front of the Post Office. Sergeant Bob Bettencourt said the individual was spoken to, although legally he was allowed to be on the sidewalk.
- At 11:16 a.m. police were notified of a vehicle break-in that resulted in a broken car window.
- Vikran Bhatt, 35, of 12 Harbor Street in Salem, was arrested after caught stealing $478 worth of merchandise from Target.
- Michael Loomos, 35, of 1 Timberhill Terrace in Lynnfield, was arrseted for domestic assault and battery at 8:23 p.m. on Newbury Street.
Tuesday, August 2:
- At 9:49 a.m. police were notified of an ipod and wallet stolen from a vehicle in the parking lot of Planet Fitness.
- A suspicious person who had made previous lewd comments to an employee at Dollar Tree was identified and trepassed from the business at 10:58 a.m.
- Police were dispatched to the Extended Stay Inn to remove guests from the location. According to Bettencourt, the guests left without incident, but one had a warrant and was subsequently arrested.
- An officer stopped a vehicle traveling on Andover Street after he observed the driver running a red light. Upon identifying the driver, who operating without a license, and with heroin in his posession, police arrested Robert Ventullo, 24, of 281 Essex Street in Lynn.
- At 11:39 p.m. Robert Roy, 45, of 103 Newbury St. was arrested for assault and battery after a domestic disturbance.
For more information about this blotter, contact editor Molly Buccini.