Teen Appearing Under the Influence Taken to Hospital

The following information came from the Swampscott Police Department. Where charges are listed, they do not indicate a conviction.

Patch file photo
Patch file photo
Saturday, Jan. 25

2:37 a.m., a caller reported a man — possibly drunk — outside a car talking loud at Forest Avenue and Pine Hill Road. No one was there when police arrived.

10:36 a.m., shoplifting was reported at Stop & Shop. The suspect was wearing a red North Face jacket and a black hat.

10:45 a.m., Marblehead police reported a suspicious person near the town line. The person was wearing a black hat, black jacket and an over-the-shoulder bag.

11:28 a.m., a person came to the police station and reported a suspicious phone call.

5:50 p.m., police received a report of an erratic operator in the area of the Mall Access Road. Police searched the area for the registration given to them but did not see the vehicle.

9:52 p.m., a Puritan Avenue caller reported a 16-year-old girl who was possibly under the influence of drugs or alcohol. The teen was getting sick and appeared on the verge of passing out. The caller did not appear to know much about the teen. Police and fire responded. The parents were on the scene. The teen was headed to North Shore Children's Hospital.

Sunday, Jan. 26

1:11 a.m., police carried out a well-being check on a child at Cherry Court after they received a report of a child repeatedly yelling for mother.

2:35 p.m., a two-vehicle motor vehicle accident was reported at Eastman Avenue and Essex Street. The dirvers exchanged insurance information.

Monday, Jan. 27

00:31 a.m., a possible attempted motor vehicle break-in was reported on Estabrook Road.


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