An ambulance was sent to Marrs Park on Home Street, at 11:35 a.m., after a party playing pickleball fell and sustained a head laceration. They were transported to Salem Hospital.

Police responded to CEVA Logistics, 5A Fifth St., at 12:17 p.m., after four pallets of computers were reported stolen.

A caller reported, at 4:20 p.m., from 58 Washington St., that a catalytic converter had been stolen from their vehicle.

A caller reported, at 4:55 p.m., that her middle school son’s scooter was stolen by a high school student at McDonald’s,133 Main St. The foot-powered scooter was purple and black, and the high school student was described as having a thin build. Police and the victim were checking security videos for a possible ID.

Police were sent to Meadows Gold Course, 58 Granite St., at 6:15 p.m. for an unwanted guest refusing to leave the golf course in the vicinity of the # 4 hole. He left before police got there.

Police stopped a gray Subaru Forrester at 8:55 p.m. and arrested the operator after he drove the wrong way down Union Street, sideswiping another vehicle. He then pulled over, left his vehicle and fled into the Holy Ghost Hall on Howley Street. Police quickly located and arrested Ryan G. Karakoudas, 28, of 13 Fiske Ave., Lynn. Karakoudas was charged with drunken driving;…

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