An officer on patrol reported finding a red Toyota with a smashed front end on Essex Avenue on Monday at 7:03 a.m.
The officer removed a woman, identified as Eden Ayer, 19, of 3 Walnut Road, Wenham, from the Toyota and provided medical attention until paramedics arrived.
According to the police report, the woman told the office she left a family summer home on Wingaersheek and was headed home to Wenham when she lost control of the vehicle. Police found a trail of vehicle fluid leading from where the vehicle had stopped back to a utility pole almost a mile away
The officer, however, reported that she appeared intoxicated, and Ayer was transported to Beverly Hospital.
Officers are seeking a criminal complaint against the woman for drunken driving, leaving the scene of an accident and speeding.
Police responded to a Hampden Street residence for a report of two missing children Sunday at 10:12 p.m.
When they arrived they were met by the two girls' grandmother, who said she let them out to play. But the girls' mother started screaming at her own mother about losing the children, according to the police report.
Police spoke with the woman's boyfriend, who said he had looked down Lloyd Street and hadn't found them.
Police found the girls at a friend's house watching television. A woman at that house said she thought the parents knew where the girls were.
Officers returned the children to their mother, who continued to yell at her mother and the girls, according to police.
Police responded to a Thatcher Road residence for a report of fireworks being set off Sunday at 4:47 p.m. Officers, however, found no fireworks, nor any sign of anyone lighting them off.
Fire Department paramedics transported a 2 Lincoln Park resident to Addison Gilbert Hospital on Sunday at 7:25 p.m.
Paramedics transported a 3-year-old child to Addison Gilbert Hospital from Prospect Street after he took a Valium pill that had been left on a counter of the home.
A woman at the residence said she removed most of the substance from his mouth but did not know how much he had swallowed.
A Prospect Street resident called police to report that a man was yelling threats Sunday at 8:59 p.m.
Police said officers responded to the yeller's residence, told him to stop, and advised him of the consequences of continuing to make threats.
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