Real Life Somerville Police Stories:Jason ALIZEE (Operate MV with License Suspended & Norwood Warrant)

On 06/11/2016, I Officer John Howe was on duty for the Somerville Police Department West 6. At approximately 6:45pm while parked in front of the Foundry Restaurant located at 255 Elm St. Somerville. I observed a 2004 Nissan Maxima parked approximately 2 car lengths in front of my marked cruiser parked approximately 2 and a half feet from the curb unoccupied.


I entered the registration in the MDT in my cruiser and the vehicle’s owner identified as Jason Alizee, coming back to having a suspended driver’s license as well as an active warrant in the system. Approximately 3 minutes later I observed the owner/operator enter the vehicle and proceed to operate the vehicle on Elm Street a public way in the city of Somerville. At this point I followed the vehicle onto Chester Street also a public Street in the city of Somerville. I activated my blue lights in my marked cruiser and conducted a motor vehicle stop in front of Red Bones restaurant 55 Chester Street.


Officer Al Gee west 7 arrived on scene as my backup and we approached the vehicle. I requested the operators driver’s license and registration and at this point it was confirmed the owner/operator of the vehicle was the registered owner Jason Alizee. Mr. Alizee was asked to step out of the vehicle and at this time he was placed under arrest for the active warrant as well as operating a m.v on a public way with a suspended license subsequent offense.      


Alizee was transported to the station by the prisoner transport unit 200 operated by Officer Teves and was booked in the usual manner by Lieutenant A. Rymill. 


Respectfully submitted ,



Officer John Howe #286


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