Incident reports

Hillsboro police

March 30: Officers took a dog complaint.

March 31: Police took complaints of people selling magazines without a permit, provided a funeral escort, and delivered an emergency message. Officers also responded to a domestic disturbance, took a report of suspicious activity, and addressed a noise complaint in which a neighbor complained about noise emanating from an adjacent apartment.

April 1: Police instructed D.A.R.E. class at the elementary school, took a dog complaint, and responded to a disorderly person in Hillsboro Heights.

April 2: Police took a report of a skunk, provided a funeral escort, and responded to a harassment complaint in which a man reported receiving threatening phone calls from his ex-wife.

Thursday: Officers took reports of a traffic obstruction, a dog complaint, and a traffic complaint.

Friday: Police responded to a commercial alarm and took reports of a reckless driver and a traffic complaint.

Saturday: Officers took a report of a suspicious vehicle in the fair grounds and a dog complaint.

PEABODY POLICE

March 31: Officers took a report of a cell phone theft. Schuyler K. Williams was stopped for a routine traffic stop for inoperable headlights and arrested on a charge of driving under the influence. Clarissa Hammar, Peabody, was issued a citation on a charge of an illegal tag.

April 1: Police assisted with a runaway situation at Peabody-Burns Middle School.

Saturday: Police took an incident report of battery. No arrests were made.

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