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November 3, 2008

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A Gloucester woman and a Salisbury man were arrested Saturday after a breaking and entering incident.

Kaylee M. Jaksland, 19, of 217 Washington St. was charged with breaking and entering at night with intent to commit a crime. She was also arrested for an outstanding warrant.

Jaksland's accomplice, Matthew M. Carignan, 21, of 5 Linda Lane, Salisbury was also arrested for breaking and entering at night with intent to commit a crime.

Police responded to Washington Street, when a woman, who was house sitting for her sister, reported that two people were inside the house. When police arrived they found Jaksland and Carignan. Jaksland told police that she entered the house by slipping something through the lock and said she was there because there was no place else to go. Nothing was missing from the house.

Justin J. Goodhue, 30, of 3R Echo Ave., was arrested just after midnight Saturday for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol, and possession of marijuana.

Goodhue was arrested after police received a call from a Sayward Street man that Goodhue was pounding on his window.

A Rockport man was arrested early Saturday morning on an outstanding warrant.

James R. Haskell, of 255 Main St., Rockport, was arrested on a warrant from Peabody Police for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol. He is also facing a charge of illegal possession of a class B substance after he was found in possession of four white pills.

Police ran into Haskell after receiving a call for a loud person on a cell phone walking on Hartz Street. When police ran his information he came up positive for an outstanding warrant and was taken into custody.

Todd F. Michael, 46, of 35 Patriots Circle, was arrested Saturday and charged with domestic assault and battery.

Michael was arrested after a call from a woman reporting an assault on Webster Street. He was taken into custody just before 12:30 a.m.

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