SOMERVILLE POLICE ARRESTS/CRIMES OF THE WEEK

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Velazquez arrest

On Friday, 1/24/2014, I, Officer DiFava, was operating marked cruiser 667. At approximately 2142 hrs, I was dispatched to Endicott Avenue for a 
report of a Break in progress. Officer Gee along with Officer’s Monaco, Sullivan and Ameral also responded to provide backup. Somerville dispatch stated that the reporting party/victim could hear someone at her window. As I approached the rear of the home I could hear someone running through the snow. Officer’s Gee and Officer Monaco could hear a rustling sound coming from the backyard. Officer’s Gee and Monaco walked towards the noise, and with there flashlights illuminated they observed a male, Jose Velazquez attempting to jump the fence. Velazquez saw the Officer’s and climbed back down the fence. Velazquez emerged from behind the fence and Officer Gee identified himself as Somerville Police and ordered him to the ground. At this point, we assisted Velazquez to his feet and brought him to the front of the house.Officer Gee walked back into the yard of number Endicott Avenue where he found a screwdriver on the ground where Velazquez was apprehended. Officer Sullivan found a hat that was in the rear of Endicott Avenue. I spoke to the reporting party/victim, who stated that she was sleeping on her couch in her living room when she was woken by the sound of a cracking noise that was coming from her window. While she was on the phone with the Somerville Police dispatch, she could still hear the cracking sound coming from the window.

Officer’s Monaco and Sullivan checked the outside window in and found that the screen had been cut in both the lower right and left hand corners. The screen had also been pushed up a little. Victim also noticed that there were some wood shavings on her kitchen floor near her front door. She showed me the shavings and when I opened up the door, I observed pry marks to the door and frame. The screwdriver that we recovered had white paint on it that was consistent with the paint on the door.

 

 

Grant arrest

On January 24th, 2014, I, Officer Christopher Collette at approximately 4:25 AM I observed what appeared to be an orange, Chevy HHR truck 
stopped astride parked vehicles on the east bound side of Broadway. I recognized this vehicle to be the exact make, model, and color of a vehicle which is owned by a suspect involved in an incident that had occurred on January 17th 2014.

A victim alleged that her neighbor, Mr. Charllie Grant of School St. had held a stainless steel kitchen knife in his hand and told the victim that he was going to kill her with it. Mr. Grant left the scene in a truck. This vehicle was registered to one Charles Grant residence of Broadway
I then applied for a warrant listing the charges of: assault by means of a dangerous weapon and the violation of the harassment prevention order.After observing this vehicle I pulled over to the curb with the hopes of properly identifying it as it passed my cruiser. The vehicle then began to travel east bound on Broadway.I then realized it was the same vehicle that was registered to the suspect involved in the aforementioned incident. I watched the suspect vehicle as it pulled into the Sunoco gas station . The vehicle came to a stop near the air pump. I pulled up beyond the gas station and requested the East One meet me at this location.

After Officers Sousa, and Stanford in East One arrived on scene, all three of approached the vehicle. I informed the male driver later identified as Charles Grant that he was suspected in a past crime. I requested his identification to better identify him,Mr. Grant handed be a Honduran driver’s license. .

I then asked Mr. Grant how long he resided in Somerville. He stated that he has lived here for the past several months. I advised Mr. Grant that he is required to obtain a Massachusetts Drivers License if he intends to operate a motor vehicle within the Commonwealth. He stated that he did not have one.I asked him if there were any protective orders against him and stated that his neighbor had filed one against him. Mr. Grant stated something to the effect that he has had past issues with his neighbor.

Mr. Grant was placed under arrest for the following offenses;

 

Nunziato arrest

I Officer Faria, along with Officer Pulli were dispatched to Dana St. for a dispute.

Upon arrival I spoke to victim and she stated that she got into a verbal argument with Steven Nunziato . The verbal argument then became physical and Mr. Nunziato grabbed her by the back of her coat and threw her onto the floor. Victim then stated that she got up and Mr. Nunziato physically pushed her out of the house. Victim stated when Mr. Nunziato got her into the common hallway, she was holding onto the stair railing and Mr. Nunziato physically pushed her out of the front door.

I went inside the house to speak with Mr. Nunziato and he stated he never touched her.I asked Mr. Nunziato how long they had been dating and he stated four years.

Mr. Nunziato was placed under arrest for assault and battery.

Bilodeau arrest

At approximately 1:35 pm, I was on patrol in my marked cruiser in the area of Davis Square. After I turned left onto Grove St. from Elm St., a movement to 
my right caught my attention. I witnessed a male, later identified as Alex Bilodeau, standing next a green Mazda SUV Bilodeau was standing on the drivers side of the Mazda, with both the Driver’s side doors open. The movement I witnessed was Bilodeau throwing a small black safe in the air Bilodeau picked it up and threw it into a large, open top trash dumpster that was located in front of the Mazda.

I believed the act of discarding an empty safe in the middle of Davis Square in that manner to be highly suspicious. Bilodeau made eye contact with me and immediately walked over to the drivers side door of his vehicle, where he manipulated something in the vehicle I could not see, then moved to the back drivers side door and again manipulated an object. I radioed dispatch with my location and situation, pulled my cruiser to the side of Grove St, activated my Blue lights and approached Bilodeau.

As I approached Bilodeau, I witnessed a clear plastic sandwich bag full of a green leafy substance, that I recognize to be Marijuana, fall to the ground in plain view from inside his jacket. The bag appeared to contain approximately one ounce or more of marijuana. I ordered Bilodeau to come to the back of the vehicle. Bilodeau then fled,. I pursued Bilodeau on foot, shouting for him to stop several times. Inside Anna’s TaqueriaI then witnessed Bilodeau enter the women’s restroom.

After approximately one minute, Bilodeau opened the door to the bathroom, exited with his hands in the air and stated: “I didn’t do anything.” After ignoring my order to get on the ground three times Officer Ubeda (West-5) arrived on scene, and together we place him into handcuffs.
Inside the women’s bathroom that Bilodeau had just exited, the toilet tank on the back of the toilet was overflowing and continually spilling water onto the floor. I removed the porcelain top of the tank and discovered it to contain a black plastic bag filled with 11 clear plastic sandwich bags full of green leafy substance that I believe to be marijuana. Bilodeau was transported back to the police station , where he was booked .

 

Somerville Police Arrest log 1/20/14- 1/27/14

01/20/2014 16:00:12 180 SOMERVILLE AVE PENA , ROQUE 05/04/1966 17 COURT ST BOSTON MA CONSPIRACY c274 S7
BURGLARIOUS INSTRUMENT, POSSES
LARCENY OVER $250 c266 S30
01/20/2014 16:00:12 180 SOMERVILLE AVE SARNO , JANICE 05/24/1973 230 MAIN ST READING MA ACCESSORY AFTER THE FACT c274
CONSPIRACY c274 S7
01/21/2014 05:46:25 3 SNOW TERR ESCOBAR , JAMAL 03/14/1994 3 SNOW TERRACE SOMERVILLE MA ACCESSORY AFTER THE FACT c274
ACCESSORY BEFORE THE FACT c274
FIREARM WITHOUT FID CARD, POSS
01/21/2014 17:22:59 182 WASHINGTON ST CAMPOS , RAUL 05/01/1991 182 WASHINGTON ST SOMERVILLE MA A&B WITH DANGEROUS WEAPON c26
KIDNAPPING c265 S26
01/21/2014 21:54:09 30 WASHINGTON ST CARDOSO , GUSTAVO 09/15/1979 170 PARIS STREET EAST BOSTON MA OUI LIQUOR c90 S24
01/22/2014 16:24:04 BROADWAY DASILVA , JOSE 03/19/1985 25 WEST STREET SOMERVILLE MA UNLICENSED OPERATION OF MV c90
SPEEDING c90 S17
01/22/2014 16:53:06 23 CUMMINGS ST HARRIS , NICHOLE 12/28/1988 1806 SOUTH BROAD STREET PHILADELPHIA PA SEXUAL CONDUCT FOR FEE c272 S5
SEXUAL CONDUCT FOR FEE c272 S5
01/22/2014 20:17:58 530 SOMERVILLE AVE MORRISEY , MARQUILLE 01/04/1988 9 OLIVER STREET EVERETT MA MISCELLANEOUS MUNIC ORDINANCE/
ROBBERY, ARMED c265 s17
STOP/YIELD, FAIL TO c89 S9
UNLICENSED OPERATION OF MV c90
01/23/2014 13:35:39 0 DAVIS SQ BILODEAU , ALEX 12/04/1987 510 REVERE BEACH BLVD REVERE MA DRUG, DISTRIBUTE CLASS D c94C
RESISTING ARREST c268 S32B
A&B ON POLICE OFFICER c265 S13
01/23/2014 14:11:18 42 DANA ST NUNZIATO , STEVEN 02/06/1958 42 DANA ST SOMERVILLE MA A&B c265 S13A
01/24/2014 04:31:19 BROADWAY GRANT , CHARLES 10/11/1977 217 SCHOOL STREET SOMERVILLE MA UNLICENSED OPERATION OF MV c90
ASSAULT W/DANGEROUS WEAPON c26
HARASSMENT PREVENTION ORDER, V
01/24/2014 21:42:28 17R ENDICOTT AVE VELAZQUEZ , JOSE 02/20/1975 14 MARLON RD. DORCHESTER MA BURGLARIOUS INSTRUMENT, POSSES
B AND E NIGHTTIME FOR FELONY C
RESISTING ARREST c268 S32B
01/25/2014 12:06:38 BROADWAY SOARES , ELIAS 11/17/1975 110 GARDNER ST. ARLINGTON MA UNLICENSED OPERATION OF MV c90
01/25/2014 13:56:14 775 MCGRATH HWY PRIMUS , THOMAS 05/05/1961 14 ANOKA LYNN MA LICENSE REVOKED AS HTO, OPERAT

 

 

Pena arrest

I Officer Joseph Teves was working my assigned shift in marked cruiser East 2. At approximately 16:00 hours I received a radio transmission from Somerville 
dispatch requesting that I respond to Target located at Somerville ave for a larceny. At this time , Officer Brioso was dispatched as well for my backup. As we entered the parking lot of Target we were updated by Somerville dispatch that the person in question was using some sort of tool to cut off security tags. As we made our way to the store front I could see two individuals pointing franticly at a Brown Lexus , and shouting “that is them in that car! Stop them they just stole a galaxy tablet!”

At this point I activated my emergency lights in an attempt to stop the vehicle I pulled my cruiser over behind the vehicle As I approached Officer Brioso made his way to the passenger side of the lexus and made contact with a male party who would be soon identified as Roque Pena. Officer Brioso asked Mr. Pena he had a knife on him. Mr. Pena replied “I have no knife… what are you talking about?” As Officer Brioso was searching Mr. Pena I noticed him place a small multi tool on the roof of the vehicle along with some other miscellaneous items.

At this point I retrieved the multi tool from the roof of the vehicle and asked him what it was. He insisted that it was just a pair of pliers. I asked again if it possessed a blade inside of the multi tool . As officer Collazo were searching the vehicle for the stolen Samsung Galaxy tablet. After just a few minuets of searching the passenger compartment of the vehicle Officer Collazo Found the Galaxy tablet. The tablet was tucked under the passenger side front seat, along with a small pair of wire cutters. Now that we had recovered the stolen table.

 

cardoso arrest

Upon my arrival, I observed a black BMW at the entrance of the Holiday Inn that had struck the brick barrier and knocked it into a parked car, causing damage to the parked vehicle. 
Employees from the Holiday Inn came outside, and said the person from the black BMW was inside the lobby. I asked for a second unit and Officer Manzelli and Officer Soares responded to my location.

I ran the plate to the black BMW, and it was registered to a Gustavo Cardoso , out of Paris St. in East Boston. I entered the lobby of the Holiday Inn and the male owner, Gustavo Cardoso was in the Lobby already speaking to Officer Soares and Manzelli.

I spoke to Mr. Cardoso and asked him four times what had happen with his vehicle and he just kept saying he works 14 hours and never answered my question. There was an odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from Mr. Cardoso’s mouth. His eyes were blood shot, he was unsteady on his feet, and his speech was slurred. I asked Mr. Cardoso where he was coming from and he stated “Somerville to Everett.” I then asked Mr. Cardoso if he had been drinking and he stated “I drank.”

I asked Mr.Cardoso if he would perform field sobriety tests inside the lobby of the Holiday Inn and he agreed too. Mr. Cardoso failed the tests. Mr. Cardoso was then placed under arrest for OUI liquor. Cardoso was transported to the Somerville Police department

Once at the station I conducted the field sobriety tests at the booking window, that is video and audio recorded. Mr. Cardoso failed these tests too.

 

Juvenile arrest

On January 12, 2014, I was working in marked unit East-1 with Officer Cicerone. At Approximately 5:45 P.M. we were flagged down by a known female on Broadway. The woman, stated that she was having problems with her son and asked if we could go
and speak with him. When asked what kind of problems she was having with her son, victim stated that her son took money and a cell phone from her. At this point I called in to dispatch and notified them of the problem as we drove to the apartment at Michigan Avenue, where we were met by East-4 Officers Stanford and Capasso.

When we entered the apartment, myself and Officer Stanford spoke with the son.. Juvenile informed us that he had been arguing with his mother earlier in the day. When asked if he took any money, he said he took 2 dollars in quarters. When also asked if he had taken his mother phone, juvenile said he took it to charge it.

At this point Officer Cicerone advised victim to go to court and have a CHINS agreement started. she planned on going to court in the morning.

Approximately 30 minutes later dispatch received a call for arguing at Michigan Avenue. East-4 arrived on scene first and informed East-1 that juvenile had run out the door of the house. Officer Capasso stated that victim was pushed several times and almost pushed down a flight of stairs before we arrived on scene. victim appeared to be scared and feared her son. Units started searching the neighborhood for the juvenile When East-4 was driving down Indiana Avenue, a bystander told them if they were looking for the young kid he ran into Indiana Avenue.

At this point Officers approached Indiana Avenue and were met by witness. witness is juvenile’s step-father and stated that he had just came into the house. witness let Officers into his house and stated he was somewhere in the back. Officers spotted him in a back room of the apartment and immediately placed him under arrest.

juvenile was transported to Somerville Police Headquarters via marked unit 200, Officer Catatao where he was booked in the usual manner by Lieutenant A. Rymill.

Simon arrest

On January 12, 2014, I, Officer Gravin Guillen, was in full uniform assigned to marked unit W-5. I was still on relief when Somerville Control dispatched
units to Madison and School St. for a report of a fight. I was on Lowell St and started to make my way.

I was the first to arrive on scene. I observed two males in the middle of the street. There was no fight at this time. I observed one of the males had ripped sweat pants. Another male was looking at the ground for something. I asked the male what he was looking for. He told me he had lost his earing and him and his friend were trying to find it on the ground. I asked if there was any fighting going on and they both replied no. I asked how did he loose the earing and he did not answer me. I asked the other male, later identified as Micalo Simon, if he could take his hand out of his pocket. He refused to do so. I asked him again and this time to give me some identification. He told me he did not have to give his id and that he knew his rights and did not have to listen to me.

I informed him that he was not free to leave and that we got multiple reports of fighting where these two individuals were and that I was trying to figure out what took place. Mr. Simon started to walk away and shouting. I asked him to stop and started walking towards him. At this time, he began to run yelling. I radioed in a foot pursuit and chased him about 50 yards where Mr. Simon went behind a car. At this time, E-4, Officers Capasso and Standford, arrived and went to the other side of the car. Ofc. Capasso told him to get on the ground. Mr. Simon refused and tried to run again. Ofc. Capasso grabbed his arm to handcuff him for other officers safety and he began to struggle. Ofc. Stanford and myself assisted with applying the handcuffs. I would like to add that multiple cars drove by witnessing this event and stopping. Other bystanders walked by and citizens were looking out their windows. At this time, C4 and E-1, operated by Officers Cicerone and Ward arrived. They searched the other male and he was released. Mr. Simon continued to talk and shout while handcuffed, and when he was taken into Unit #200 wagon, he continued to yell and scramble inside the wagon. Mr. Simon was arrested for Disorderly and resisting arrest .

coiley arrest

Narrative
On the above date, while in full uniform and assigned to marked unit E2, I was
dispatched to Beacon St for a Robbery.

Upon my arrival, I was met with the victim. The victim had been crying and informed me, that she was just robbed. The victim stated, she was to start her work day when her back backpack was taken from her by a white male.

The following are brief facts pertaining to the robbery:

The victim was crossing Somerville Ave, coming from Belmont St. As the victim was crossing Somerville Ave, there was a white male walking on the other side of the street, but the victim didn’t pay much attention to the individual. The Victim walked under the Sacramento underpass, which the victim goes under to go to work. As the victim was waiting for another employee to open the door, the same male the victim noticed on Somerville Ave, was now walking on Sacramento St across from where the victim was standing. The victim said, the white male turned right onto Beacon St but quickly, turned back around towards where the victim was standing. The white male asked the victim for the time and the victim replied, “Its 5:33″ and the white male replied, “Its early”. Soon there after, the white male lunged at the victim grabbing the gray backpack she was carrying. A short struggle ensued, at that time the victim was knocked down onto the side walk, as the white male ran away with her backpack towards the Shaws parking lot. There’s only one outlet from the parking lot, which is a break on the fence that leads to Kent Ct, which leads to Kent St.

The backpack contained the victims passport, credit card, debit card and a book, “Do the best I can”. The white male was described as a tall white male (5’10′-6’0″ in height) wearing a black baseball hat, green jacket and dark color pants. The male also had a light scruff on his face. The backpack was described as a light gray North Face backpack. I informed the other responding units, of the outlet which only leads to Kent Ct and Kent St. Ofc Tyler(East1), Ofc Collette(East4) and Ofc Costa(East3) responded to Kent St/Kent Ct.

While Ofc Costa was on Kent St, a white male was smoking outside Kent St. Ofc Costa approached the male and the white male became nervous. The white male matched the description of the individual we were looking for and Ofc Costa radioed his and the location of the white male. Ofc Tyler and Ofc Collette arrived to Kent St shortly after.

After the positive identification was made, the white male was identified to be Sean Coiley and from now on, know as the suspect. The suspect was transported to Police headquarters to be booked and finger printed.

Subsequently, the suspect was charged with C265/S19 Unarmed Robbery. A quick sweep was conducted of the immediate area, but we were unable to find the back pack and the suspect wasn’t very forthcoming with any other information regarding the backpack or the location where the suspect was spending the night. Kent St is a five story, multi family apartment building.

Michaels arrest

On Saturday January 11 2014, I was assigned to marked unit E-3 along with Officer St. Hilaire. We were dispatched, along with unit E-1 and E-2, to Bow St., Community Laundry, for a fight.
Upon Arrival, we spoke with a female who identified herself as the RP. She stated that she saw a male pushing a female, inside the Community Laundry. She then pointed to an Asian female across the street, who she identified as the victim.

As made our way to the Community Laundry, we saw a female outside the location in question with a white male matching the description of the suspect. I approached the female/victim, who appeared intoxicated. victim stated that her and her boyfriend/defendant had an argument because he had called his ex-girlfriend. I asked her if there was any physical contact, but, she stated that no physical contact had occurred.

I then spoke to defendant, later identified as Mr. Charles Michaels d.o.b. 08/22/1965, about what had happened. Mr. Michaels, who also appeared intoxicated, stated that they “just had an argument” and that no physical contact had occurred.

I also spoke with witness . Witness stated that he saw Mr. Michaels “grab and push” the victim. He also stated that Mr. Michaels tried to kick the victim.

After speaking with the witness, I placed Mr. Charles Michaels under arrest and charge him with Assault and Battery C.265, S.13A.

Pimental arrest

On ,Jan 11,2014 I, Officer Gravin Guillen, was in full uniform assigned to marked unit E-1. At approximately 00:27 A.M, I was dispatched to Tufts St. for a report of a motor vehicle who
had hit a multiple cars and that individuals were trying to get the person out of the vehicle.

Upon arrival, I saw a car in the middle of the road with heavy front end damage. Several people came up to me and pointed out who was driving the vehicle. The man driving was identified as Ricardo Pimentel. I asked him if he was driving this vehicle and he mumbled words to me. I took a closer look and his eyes appeared glossy and I could smell alcohol emanating from his mouth and he had slurred speech. I asked if he spoke English and he replied “a little bit.” Other officers were on scene, including Ofc. Costa, Colette, Ramirez and Sgt. Tam. Officer Costa assisted with the translation of Portuguese. Ofc. Costa gathered Mr. Pimentel’s side of the story then brought him to a well lit parking lot to administer Field Sobriety Tests while i gathered witnesses statements and information. I observed the scene and could see a fire hydrant that was hit and knocked out of its place, a telephone pole damaged, and three cars with damage. These were all fresh damages. The vehicle Mr. Pimentel was driving was MA Reg a 1999 Jeep Cherokee color Red. It had heavy front end damage. It was backed up into another silver car MA Reg# a gray 2010Toyota Camry which had left side damage. A third car had left side damage and it was pushed about 20 feet from its parking place which was Dealer Plate a Honda Accord.

Mr. was one witness who saw the whole thing. He told me that he heard a loud screeching noise of tires and came outside his apartment to look. He saw the Red Jeep come out of the parking lot from Tufts ST. He observed the jeep hitting something near the pole where the fire hydrant was. He went up to the car and got the drivers attention. He spoke to him saying that he had just blown his tire to pull over. Mr. Pimentel ignored his request and drove forward hitting the silver dealer plate car. At this point, witness 2 came out. He stood in front of his wifes car(The silver Camry) to avoid damage to it.w2 saw the jeep backing up, he moved, and the Red Jeep struck the car by backing up into it. w2 called 911. Mr. Pimentel again tried to drive the car but was pulled out. witness 3 only heard the screeching of the tires and the hitting of some sort. Witness 4 saw the Red Jeep hit the pole and thats it. Those were all witnesses at this time. OFC Jason Costa informed me that he had failed all the tests. At this point I informed the opinion that he had been operating his motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol and placed him under arrest and advised him that he was being placed under arrest for OUI Liquor and for Unlicensed operation. Officer Souza transported the defendant in vehicle 200 to the Somerville Police station where he was booked by Sgt. Campbell in the usual manner. His vehicle was towed by Pat’s towing by department policy.

I administered the tests myself at the station in the booking area with ample lighting and a straight line made of tape. The first test I administered to him was the nine step Walk and Turn. OFC. Melo assisted in the translation. In this test, the individual needs to walk a series of nine steps with his arms out to his side at 45 degress, and to walk heel to toe back and forth, pivoting with the front foot to turn and come back. I again verbally and physically demonstrated the instructions and asked the defendant if he understood. He again stated that he did understand. I again advised him of any medical condition or anything to hinder his ability to preform the test and he replied “no” The defendant began the test and stayed on the white line. He counted one before he took a step. He took about 12-14 steps before turning and walking back taking 12-14 steps on the way back, again counting one before taking a step. This was considered a failure.

The second test I administered was the One-Legged Stand. In this test, the individual is to stand on one leg of his/her choice, and to stare at the elevated foot until told to stop keeping both legs straight. I informed Mr. and he informed me that he understood this test. Again, I asked if anything medical would hinder his ability and he replied, “no.” He started to do the test and counted one before putting his foot down and saying sorry. He took the test again and counted fast up to 16 before putting his foot down. The first attempt was a failure.

The last test I administered was the HGN(Horizontal Nystagmus Test) I verbally told him about the test being given to him and if he fully understood the test and he replied yes.I also asked if he had any medical conditions that might hinder him from taking the tests and he replied “no”. I asked him to follow the tip of my pen with his eyes only and not his head and asked if he understood. He told me he understood and I administered the test. The first step of this test is to check the lack of smooth pursuit of the eyes. He moved his head the first time. I told him to only follow with his eyes. Again, he moved his head the second time. I informed him once again. He eneded up just staring at me not following my pen another time. The last time he did not move his head but his eyes were involuntarily jerking while moving my pen side to side thus failing the first step of the test. The second step is to check for Nystagmus prior to 45 degree onset. He understood the test. He continued to move his head or looking straight ahead. When he followed the tip of the pen, his eyes were involuntarily jerking before the 45 degrees failing the 2nd part of the test. The lasts step of the test is to test Nystagmus at maximum deviation. This is where the eyes are all the way to the corner of the head and cannot look any further. While giving the test, Mr. Pimentel did not follow the pen with his eyes but stared forward. I asked him three times and he kept looking forward. He then looked at my pen all the way to the right and all the way to the left. Both sides had his eyes involuntarily jerking thus failing the last part of the test.

At this point, my tests were complete and the defendant was advised of his Miranda rights under c263s5a and also his right to take a breathalyzer exam. The defendant refused to take the breathalyzer test. Mr. Pimentel was issued criminal citation R4243521.

Leary arrest

On Friday January 10, 2014 at approximately 1208, while assigned to mark cruiser 662, I Officer Randy Isaacs was dispatched to Medford St for someone stealing a purse. Upon arrival I was met by a Medford Police officer, Sergeant Joseph Casey on detail with
MWRA. Sgt Casey informed me that he observed an individual walk past the detail site, turned back around an took a purse out of a work truck. As the individual preceded to walk away from the vehicle he started going through the purse and took out a small wallet. At that point the suspect was approached by Sgt Casey, who identified himself as a police officer and asked him to drop the purse and take a seat on the ground.
After speaking with the suspect he was identified as Mr Wayne Leary. Mr Leary informed us that he had made a stupid decision to steal the purse and he was sorry. Mr Leary also stated that he is on his way home from work, he knew that what he did was wrong and he did not want to go to jail. Mr Leary then stated that the only reason he took the purse was because he is desperate for cash and going through a hard time. At that point Mr Leary was placed under arrest and charged with breaking and entering a motor vehicle in the daytime. Mobile detention Unit 200 was notified and Mr Leary was transported back to the Somerville Police station, where he could be booked under the usual booking process by LT Mulcahy.

Lydon arrest

The following is a brief summary of the incident. It does not contain every minute detail of the arrest. On the above date and time, while assigned to the Somerville Police PD Narcotics/Vice Unit, working in an undercover capacity, operating an unmarked Police M/V, I was performing a surveillance of the Cross St area for illegal narcotic transactions and sales. This area of
Somerville has been a hot bed of drug activity for the past 18 – 24 months. Several search warrants and numerous arrests have been executed in this particular area of East Somerville. In the course of my surveillance, along with Dets. J. Hyde, K. Shackelford, and A. Collazo, I was situated on Cross St near the intersection of Tufts St. when I observed the defendant, Darryll Lydon, walk past me in a southerly direction toward Tufts St. Defendant Lydon is well known to the Somerville PD Narcotics Unit. He turned left onto Tufts St and then right onto Washington St. In the interim, Det. Shackelford ran the defendant through WMS, checking for any possible outstanding warrants the defendant may or may not have lodged against him. Det. Shackelford observed that the defendant had 2 active warrants out of Chelsea District Court. The defendant had a continuance date for 1/3/2014 that he did not appear for. Once this information was confirmed through SPD Control, our unit made a stop of the defendant.

This stop was conducted on Washington St. in front of Cataldo Ambulance, which is located in the area of #137 Washington St. Dets. Hyde, Collazo, and Shackelford made the initial stop and I came upon them within a short period of time. Knowing that the warrants were confirmed in WMS, the defendant was placed into handcuffs and advised of the situation (active warrants out of Chelsea District Court). Det. J. Hyde performed a pat down frisk/search of the defendant for weapons and/or contraband incidental to the arrest. Det. Hyde located a small, knotted, glassine baggie in the defendant’s right, front mini jeans pocket. Inside this knotted baggie were several of the following pills:

Based upon the above stated facts and circumstances, I advised the defendant that he was under arrest for the above stated charges, he was transported to the Station, via Wagon #200, the Prisoner Transport Vehicle, by Off. Teves, where he was booked and advised of his rights by Lt. Vivolo.

Feliz arrest

On January 8th, 2014 I was working plain clothes in an undercover capacity as a Narcotics Detective. At approximately 12:30pm, the following Narcotics Detectives James McNally, James Hyde and Ariel Collazo, set up
surveillance in the Walnut St. and Grandview Ave. area in the City of Somerville. Surveillance had been initiated based on an ongoing investigation being conducted by Detective Collazo.

During our surveillance, at approximately 3:00pm while parked on Walnut St. at the intersection of Pleasant St. I observed a grey Chrysler Pacifica Massachusetts Registration # travel past my vehicle and park on Pleasant St near Walnut St. The operator did not exit and appeared to be waiting for someone. I queried the status of the vehicle and the registry indicated that the vehicle was registered out of Lynn, MA to a . Detective Collazo who was parked on Pleasant St. observed a young white male walk down Pleasant St. from Vinal Ave and enter this vehicle (as the vehicle slowly traveled down the street). The vehicle traveled to the intersection of Pleasant St. and Vinal Ave. where the white male exited and entered a black motor vehicle. The distance of where this individual was picked up and then dropped off is a short distance of approximately three houses. The white male who entered the black vehicle traveled down Vinal Ave towards Summer St. and the Chrysler Pacifica made the first left turn onto Summit Ave. both heading in different directions. Based on our training and experience we know this is a common method on how street level narcotics sales are sometimes conducted. I would like to point out that on the prior Saturday, January 4th Detectives Collazo and Detective Hyde made a narcotics arrest within the same location.

Based on our observations,training, experience and Detective Collazo’s current investigation in this area, we believe this meet to be consistent with a street level narcotics sale. As we followed the Chrysler van, from Summit onto Walnut St., Detective Hyde requested a marked vehicle to conduct a stop of the Chrysler Van. Somerville Marked Unit East 3, Officer St. Hillaire conducted a stop of the vehicle. Upon the initial stop, the operator pulled over and then proceeded to drive away again but was cut off by Detective Hyde. Detective Hyde then requested the operator identified as, Geison Feliz DOB#01/03/1975 to exit the vehicle. The operator identified by, New York License #164301569. When I queried the status of Mr. Feliz’s license, a board of probation check revealed that he had a recent open case for (10/07/13) Distribution of a Class “A” Controlled Substance (Everett Police Department, Malden District Court). Mr. Feliz had extended past the 30days as a Massachusetts Resident and had not obtained a Massachusetts Drivers License.

Post Miranda given by Detective Hyde, Mr. Feliz acknowledged his rights and advised Detective Hyde he was lost. When asked if he had stopped to met anyone or pick anyone up, Mr. Feliz stated that he did not stop to meet with anyone nor did anyone enter his vehicle. Mr. Feliz repeatedly denied having anyone in his vehicle. He further stated to Detective Hyde that he was moving but did not know the location he was moving to. After Mr. Feliz’s less than truthful answers, Detective Hyde requested K-9 Unit Sgt. Panzini to respond to the scene. While conducting a search of the vehicle, Detective McNally observed $60 in the center console. Detective Collazo observed two cellular phones and a GPS on the front passenger seat. During the stop Detective Collazo made note that Mr. Feliz’s cellular phones were constantly ringing. On a couple of occasions Detective Collazo answered the phone and spoke to individuals who made references to meet locations and expected time of arrivals (consistent with street level narcotics sales).

Upon Sgt. Panzini’s arrival, he identified Mr. Feliz as an individual who was arrested in Everett for Distributing Heroin to an undercover officer. Sgt. Panzini’s K-9 “Xando” alerted to the odor of narcotics in the interior of the vehicle specifically the passenger seat and center console area. While the search was being conducted, Mr. Feliz stated to Detective Hyde, “If I was a drug dealer, I would have a lot of money because I would be making stops all day long.” Under a floor board in the back seat area, I discovered a small clear zip lock bag containing a green leafy substance, based on my training and experience, I believed this substance to be marijuana, a Class “D” controlled substance (small amount placed into evidence for destruction). A further inspection of the interior of the vehicle, Detective McNally and Sgt. Panzini discovered a napkin hidden within the interior roof above the drivers seat. A closer inspection of the napkin revealed a clear plastic bag containing 13 clear plastic bags containing brownish powder, packaging consistent with street level narcotics sales. Based on their training and experience, they believed this substance to be Heroin, a class “A” controlled substance.

Mr. Feliz was placed under arrest for possession with the intent to distribute, “Heroin” a Class “A” controlled substance and not being duly licensed. Mr. Feliz was transported to the Somerville Police Department via Somerville Marked Unit 200, to be booked by, Lt Mulcahy. The $60 in U.S. Currency, the grey Chrysler Pacifica Massachusetts Registration and the two cellular phones will be subject to forfeiture Proceedings.

Feliz arrest

On January 8th, 2014 I was working plain clothes in an undercover capacity as a Narcotics Detective. At approximately 12:30pm, the following Narcotics Detectives James McNally, James Hyde and Ariel Collazo, set up
surveillance in the Walnut St. and Grandview Ave. area in the City of Somerville. Surveillance had been initiated based on an ongoing investigation being conducted by Detective Collazo.

During our surveillance, at approximately 3:00pm while parked on Walnut St. at the intersection of Pleasant St. I observed a grey Chrysler Pacifica Massachusetts Registration # travel past my vehicle and park on Pleasant St near Walnut St. The operator did not exit and appeared to be waiting for someone. I queried the status of the vehicle and the registry indicated that the vehicle was registered out of Lynn, MA to a . Detective Collazo who was parked on Pleasant St. observed a young white male walk down Pleasant St. from Vinal Ave and enter this vehicle (as the vehicle slowly traveled down the street). The vehicle traveled to the intersection of Pleasant St. and Vinal Ave. where the white male exited and entered a black motor vehicle. The distance of where this individual was picked up and then dropped off is a short distance of approximately three houses. The white male who entered the black vehicle traveled down Vinal Ave towards Summer St. and the Chrysler Pacifica made the first left turn onto Summit Ave. both heading in different directions. Based on our training and experience we know this is a common method on how street level narcotics sales are sometimes conducted. I would like to point out that on the prior Saturday, January 4th Detectives Collazo and Detective Hyde made a narcotics arrest within the same location.

Based on our observations,training, experience and Detective Collazo’s current investigation in this area, we believe this meet to be consistent with a street level narcotics sale. As we followed the Chrysler van, from Summit onto Walnut St., Detective Hyde requested a marked vehicle to conduct a stop of the Chrysler Van. Somerville Marked Unit East 3, Officer St. Hillaire conducted a stop of the vehicle. Upon the initial stop, the operator pulled over and then proceeded to drive away again but was cut off by Detective Hyde. Detective Hyde then requested the operator identified as, Geison Feliz DOB#01/03/1975 to exit the vehicle. The operator identified by, New York License #164301569. When I queried the status of Mr. Feliz’s license, a board of probation check revealed that he had a recent open case for (10/07/13) Distribution of a Class “A” Controlled Substance (Everett Police Department, Malden District Court). Mr. Feliz had extended past the 30days as a Massachusetts Resident and had not obtained a Massachusetts Drivers License.

Post Miranda given by Detective Hyde, Mr. Feliz acknowledged his rights and advised Detective Hyde he was lost. When asked if he had stopped to met anyone or pick anyone up, Mr. Feliz stated that he did not stop to meet with anyone nor did anyone enter his vehicle. Mr. Feliz repeatedly denied having anyone in his vehicle. He further stated to Detective Hyde that he was moving but did not know the location he was moving to. After Mr. Feliz’s less than truthful answers, Detective Hyde requested K-9 Unit Sgt. Panzini to respond to the scene. While conducting a search of the vehicle, Detective McNally observed $60 in the center console. Detective Collazo observed two cellular phones and a GPS on the front passenger seat. During the stop Detective Collazo made note that Mr. Feliz’s cellular phones were constantly ringing. On a couple of occasions Detective Collazo answered the phone and spoke to individuals who made references to meet locations and expected time of arrivals (consistent with street level narcotics sales).

Upon Sgt. Panzini’s arrival, he identified Mr. Feliz as an individual who was arrested in Everett for Distributing Heroin to an undercover officer. Sgt. Panzini’s K-9 “Xando” alerted to the odor of narcotics in the interior of the vehicle specifically the passenger seat and center console area. While the search was being conducted, Mr. Feliz stated to Detective Hyde, “If I was a drug dealer, I would have a lot of money because I would be making stops all day long.” Under a floor board in the back seat area, I discovered a small clear zip lock bag containing a green leafy substance, based on my training and experience, I believed this substance to be marijuana, a Class “D” controlled substance (small amount placed into evidence for destruction). A further inspection of the interior of the vehicle, Detective McNally and Sgt. Panzini discovered a napkin hidden within the interior roof above the drivers seat. A closer inspection of the napkin revealed a clear plastic bag containing 13 clear plastic bags containing brownish powder, packaging consistent with street level narcotics sales. Based on their training and experience, they believed this substance to be Heroin, a class “A” controlled substance.

Mr. Feliz was placed under arrest for possession with the intent to distribute, “Heroin” a Class “A” controlled substance and not being duly licensed. Mr. Feliz was transported to the Somerville Police Department via Somerville Marked Unit 200, to be booked by, Lt Mulcahy. The $60 in U.S. Currency, the grey Chrysler Pacifica Massachusetts Registration and the two cellular phones will be subject to forfeiture Proceedings.

 
 

Perez arrest A&B

About 2230 hours on Saturday, 12/28/13, while assigned as Delta
Fifteen within the Somerville Police Criminal Investigation Division, I, Detective DiFronzo, responded to for a report of a stabbing.

The victim stated that about 2000 hours on the above stated date, she and her girlfriend/witness, , arrived at the defendant’s (Perez) residence located at Pearl Street . , Somerville to have dinner. The victim stated that shortly after she entered the defendant’s residence; a heated verbal argument ensued. As words were exchanged and tempers flared, a physical altercation occurred and the victim was sucker punched in the face by the defendant sending her crashing to the floor.

The victim stated that as she regained her composure, she jumped on top of the defendant and punched her several times in the head and torso area. The victim stated that she was pulled off the defendant by the witness . The victim was ordered by the defendant to leave her residence and never return. The victim reluctantly complied and was escorted outside.

Once outside, the victim realized that she had left her coat and pocketbook inside the defendant’s apartment. As she re-entered the apartment complex, she knocked on the defendant’s door. The defendant opened the door and a physical altercation between the two resumed.

The victim stated that the defendant ran into her apartment and came back with what appeared to be a silver kitchen knife and repeatedly stabbed her on her left arm (humerus & forearm area) causing blood to splatter inside the defendant’s apartment, on the victim’s clothes, the stairs, landings and on the threshold area leading into the aforementioned apartment. The victim stated that the witness was able to wrestle the kitchen knife away from the defendant. As the victim screamed in pain, she was taken to the Hospital by the witness and an unknown female.

The victim sustained severe lacerations and was treated with non life threatening injuries at the
The witness further stated that she pulled the victim off of the defendant and in a fit of rage, the defendant ordered the victim to leave her apartment and never return. The witness escorted the victim outside and she observed the victim’s shirt was torn. The witness stated that she did not observe any visible marks on the defendant.

As she re-entered the defendant’s residence to retrieve the victim’s personal belongings, she herd a knock at the door. The witness stated that the defendant opened the door and to her surprise, the victim was standing in he doorway. The witness stated that the two combatants started to fight and the defendant ran past her, entered the kitchen area, grabbed what appeared to be a silver kitchen knife and stabbed the victim repeatedly with it in the arm.

The witness stated that she was able to take the kitchen knife away from the defendant and was shocked to see the amount of blood emanating from the victim’s wounds. The witness stated that she immediately grabbed white paper towels and applied pressure to the victim’s wounds. The witness stated that she called a friend for a ride and took the victim who was wincing in pain to the Hospital for medical assistance.

: Prior to entering the said address, this investigator observed the defendant, Cynthia Perez standing inside of the apartment complex. As entry was gained, the officers cautiously approached the defendant and placed her under arrest; she was taken into custody without incident.

The defendant was charged with Assault to Murder, Armed, c265 S18 and Assault & Battery with Dangerous Weapon to wit: knife c265 S15B. The defendant was transported to the Somerville Police Department for booking and processing

 

Somerville Police Arrest Log week of 12/16/13

SPD Dispatch Log 12/16/2013 16:51:25
400 SOMERVILLE AVE THOMSON , CRAIG 11/16/1962 50 C MEMORIAL ROAD SOMERVILLE MA LARCENY OVER $250 c266 S30

12/16/2013 18:08:46 PARK ST DOHERTY , CHRISTOPHER 05/31/1977 824 ALLEN ROAD WOLFEBORO NH DISORDERLY CONDUCT c272 S53
12/16/2013 21:21:00 77 MIDDLESEX AVE WHALEN , THERESA 02/10/1956 70 OLD LANDING CHARLESTOWN MA LARCENY OVER $250 c266 S30
12/19/2013 10:22:41 209 COLLEGE AVE REID , CHARLES 04/20/1954 1158 TREMONT STREET BOSTON MA B AND E DAYTIME FOR FELONY C26
12/19/2013 19:23:43 DOVER ST WILLIAMS , OLIVER 04/27/1970 10 COLUMBIA CAMBRIDGE MA UNLICENSED OPERATION OF MV c90
12/19/2013 22:07:04 23 CUMMINGS ST DUGAS , MAGAN 09/22/1988 121 SALEM ST BOSTON MA SEXUAL CONDUCT FOR FEE c272 S5

Real Life Somerville Police Stories

Dugas arrest:
On 12/19/13, officers from the Anti Crime and Drug/ Vice Control Unit had been investigating a reported criminal offense of sexual conduct by way of monitoring this type of sexual activity on the Internet web. Police
responded to the advertisement and made contact with the defendant, Magan Dugas (DOB 09-22-88). Police made arrangements to meet Dugas at a local hotel where she offered sexual service to undercover officers. Police
placed the defendant Magan Dugas under arrest for Offering Sexual Conduct for a fee.

 
Real Lise Somerville Police Stories
SPD Arrest continued from page 4
Whalen
arrest
On 12/16/13 at 21:21 hours, Officer Beckford responded to Kmart for a shoplifter. Kmart’s lose prevention
officer met me at the main entrance of Kmart. The officer was told that they had Ms. Theresa Whalen in their custody for shoplifting. According to loss prevention officers, Ms. Whalen was walking around the store putting items in her shopping cart. Whalen was stopped as she passed the cash registers toward the exit, in an attempt to leave the premises with unpaid items. She was eventually placed in custody.
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Real Lise Somerville Police Stories
Doherty
arrestOn 12/16/13 at approximately 18:08. Police responded to Park St. and Somerville Ave. for a report of a man acting out of control.
Upon police arrival police identified Christopher Doherty, (DOB 05/31/1977) who was yelling and flailing his arms in a animated manner. Doherty would not comply with Officers commands and continued yelling in an incoherent manner and swinging his arms. He was then placed into handcuffs. Officer Soares stated he observed Doherty walking across Park St. when he initially arrived on the scene.
Doherty was talking erratically and incoherently. An odor of an alcoholic beverage on his breath. Doherty made multiple unsolicited statements including that he had been drinking at a Chinese restaurant in Somerville, that the U-Haul truck he rented was stolen while he was there and that he was just trying to go next door to Howard Johnsons.
A WITNESS TOLD POLICE THAT I Doherty came into the China Delight restaurant and was making obnoxious statements to both employees and patrons. Doherty began making rude comments and then he then left the restaurant and went next door to Rite Aid. Doherty was also observed in the middle of Park St. yelling and screaming.
Doherty was placed under arrest for disorderly conduct (c272 s53). He was transported to the station by Unit 200 and booked in the proper manner by Lt. Vivolo.
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Real Lise Somerville Police StoriesAs Of 12/16/2013 17:27:53
Thompson arrest
This is a summary of events which occurred on 12/16/13 at approximately 16:50. I Officer Pulli along with Officer
Faria, while assigned to marked cruiser, East two, were dispatched to 400 Somerville Ave, Market Basket for a report of a shoplifter.
Upon arrival I observed three Market Basket employees standing by a male subject later identified as Thomson, Craig DOB 11/16/62, sitting on the ground in the parking lot. One of the employees, stated a customer came to him and stated they saw Thomson concealing bags of shrimp into a bag. Witness stated the customer pointed Thomson out at which point he recognized Thomson whom he recalled attempted to steal merchandise from the store on Saturday 12/14/13.
Thomson was detained while leaving the store and asked him if he had a receipt for any merchandise, at which point Thomson dropped the bag and opened his jacket letting multiple bags of seafood product fall to the floor. Thomas fled the store but detained outside.
Thomson stole $1301.319 (receipt attached) in seafood from the store.
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Somerville PD – Looking to ID individual pictured related to an incident on Summer St. Last Week
If you can ID the pictured individual, please contact Det. Sgt. Joe McCain jmccain@police.somerville.ma.usat 617-625-1212

 
 
 
Reis arrest
On Thursday, December 12, 2013, I, Sergeant John Marino was assigned to uniformed patrol operating marked cruiser # 669.  At approximately 1:45 p.m., while monitoring the intersection of Pearl St and Myrtle St., I observed a green Dodge traveling Easterly on Pearl St, fail to stop for the posted stop sign.  This intersection is a 4-way stop intersection with a stop sign posted at each entrance of the intersection.  I stopped this Dodge van, MA REG  and approached the operator.  The operator was asked for his license and registration. The operator produced both items and was now identified as Cesar Reis, DOB 4/13/1951.  A MA registry of motor vehicle check on Mr. Reis’ license status showed that it was ” Suspended, on 8/4/2013 “.At this time, Mr Reis was informed of his license status and was placed into custody.  Citation # R4780202 was issued for Operating MV after Suspension and Stop sign violation.  A friend of Mr. Reis was allowed to take control of the vehicle, and Mr. Reis was transported via police wagon to the Somerville Police station and booked by Lt. C. Vivolo
 
 
Norwood arrest
 
The following is a brief summary of facts as they pertain to Incident #13045591-1.On December 12th, 2013 at approximately 01:35 hours I, Officer Kim while on routine patrol in marked cruiser East 4, was dispatched to   Main Street   for a report of a family dispute. Units Sector East: Officer Catatao, East 1: Officer Sousa and Sierra 8: Sargent Tam were dispatched as back up. Upon arrival I made my way up the stairwell where I met  Officer Sousa and helped him escort the defendant, Vincent Norwood, out onto the street.  Norwood refused medical attention and was immediately transported to the Somerville Police Station via Unit 200: Officer Rivera.I then made my way up to apartment #6 where I was met by Officer Catatao. I immediately noticed  , the victim, sitting on her bed crying hysterically and taking puffs from an inhaler. victims  left eye was visibly bruised, swollen and bleeding from a cut below her eye. When asked what happened, v  stated that she and her boyfriend Norwood were sitting on the bed having a conversation. They began arguing over a text message that Norwood had received from another female which led into another argument about meeting Norwood’s family. After a few minutes of heated debate, Norwood stood up began packing his clothes and attempted to leave the residence. However, v took Norwood’s clothes and threw them outside in the stairwell. This led to a physical altercation in which ended with Norwood pulling v by her hair, punching her repeatedly in the face and attempting to kick her. I advised v of her 209A rights, which she refused before being transported to Somerville Hospital by Cataldo ambulance.Norwood will be charge with Assault & Battery (Domestic) c.265 S13A and Resisting Arrest c.268 S32B. I will also be filing a 51A Form with the Department of Child and Family Services.
 
Foote arrest A&B Dangerous weapon
Narrative
At approximately 2111 hours while on uniformed patrol in East 4 patrol car I, Officer Anderson, and Officer Fusco were dispatched to   Macarthur Street for a report of a grandmother who wished to have her grandson removed from her home.  We arrived on scene simultaneously with SGT Isidoro and Officer Isaacs.  I knocked on the door of the residence and was met by the grandmother  (  ).  The grandmother stated that she had been arguing with her grandson whom she identified as Joshua Foote (DOB 8/21/1991).  The grandmother said that she could not deal with the grandson's unruly behavior, that he was being disrespectful to her, and that she wanted him out of the house.  The grandson was in another room of the home with the door closed at this time.  Also present in the home who witnessed the verbal argument and agreed that Joshua Foote needed to leave was witness   cell phone   the grandmother's son/suspects uncle and  phone fiance.  

While we were listening to the grandmother explain the situation, Joshua Foote opened the door of the room and we informed him that he needed to leave.  Joshua agreed to leave and was given the opportunity to get dressed and put on his coat.  Joshua was escorted outside of the home and the grandmother was then informed of her 209a rights and stated that she would pursue a restraining order in the morning.  Once outside in front of the home, Joshua was told that he needed to leave and not come back and he agreed to do so.  Joshua left walking Northbound on Macarthur Street toward Broadway.  

At approximately 2144 we received a radio call for a report that Joshua Foote returned to the residence at   Macarthur, climbed through the window, and smashed the grandmother's TV.  While en route to   Macarthur we were flagged down by the uncle   on Bonair Street who stated that Joshua had just fled the house and was running across the foot bridge over McGrath Highway towards Otis St.  Officer Fusco immediately informed the other units of the suspects flight and along with other responding units did an area search of the area but could not find the suspect.

After conducting the area search we responded to   Macarthur Street.  We were again met by the grandmother    the suspect's uncle  and the uncle's fiance  .  The three parties explained that they thought they had locked all the doors and the windows of the house but had accidently left the kitchen window on the side of the house unlocked.  The grandmother explained that Joshua opened the window  and began to climb through to enter the house.  There was a kitchen table in front of the window and Joshua began pushing the table out of the way to enter the home.  The grandmother and victim then began to push the table back against the wall in attempt to prevent Joshua from entering the home because they were in fear of their safety.  Joshua responded by pushing the table which struck the grandmother and pushed her backwards.

Upon striking the grandmother with the table and pushing her backwards, Joshua was able to gain entry into the house. Once he gained entry into the house, Joshua then flipped the table over in the direction of the grandmother.  When he flipped the table over the grandmother's Bose Radio that was on the table was damaged and the curtains on the window were ripped down.  The grandmother stated that Joshua then proceeded to walk from the kitchen into the living room and punched her Sony television with his fist breaking the screen.  Joshua then went into a bedroom off of the living room and took a laptop and a set of headphones.  The grandmother informed us that Joshua then walked out the front door and broke the window in the front of the house off of the front porch.

At approximately 2218, Officer Isaacs informed us that he had found Joshua on Pearl Street at Walnut Street.  Upon receiving confirmation from Officer Isaacs that they had found Joshua Foote, we asked him to take Joshua into custody.  He was taken into custody by Officer Isaacs and transported to the Somerville Police Station by prisoner transport unit 200.  Upon arrival at the police station he was booked  for ABDW and Malicious Destruction of Property and processed in the usual manner.
 
 
 
Arrest log week of 12/9/13
12/09/2013 21:41:42 23 MACARTHUR ST FOOTE , JOSHUA 08/21/1991 23 MACARTHUR STREET SOMERVILLE MA A&B WITH DANGEROUS WEAPON c26  
            DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY +$250,  
12/12/2013 01:35:20 25 MAIN ST NORWOOD , VINCENT 05/11/1975 68 WAUMBECK STREET DORCHESTER MA A&B c265 S13A  
            RESISTING ARREST c268 S32B  
12/12/2013 09:06:14 84 ALBION ST NAPOLITANO , WAYNE 02/22/1990 84 ALBION STREET SOMERVILLE MA RESISTING ARREST c268 S32B  
            WITNESS, INTIMIDATE C268 S13,B  
            A&B ON POLICE OFFICER c265 S13  
            A&B WITH DANGEROUS WEAPON +60  
12/12/2013 13:47:13   PEARL ST REIS , CESAR 04/13/1951 69 WINSLOW AVENUE MEDFORD MA LICENSE SUSPENDED, OP MV WITH  
            STOP/YIELD, FAIL TO c89 S9  
12/12/2013 16:27:32 175 FELLSWAY NAVARRO , JUAN 10/23/1968 19 EDMANDS ST SOMERVILLE MA   ROBBERY, ARMED c265 s17
12/13/2013 17:18:55   STONE AVE DELGAUDIO , DAMON 06/24/1969 50 WINTER ST. MEDFORD MA   LICENSE SUSPENDED, OP MV WITH
12/13/2013 19:28:02   BROADWAY CREMIN , MARK 08/13/1988 96 CHESTNUT ST EVERETT MA   RECEIVE STOLEN PROPERTY -$250
12/14/2013 15:59:43 10 TEN HILLS RD JOHNS , ANTHONY 05/07/1992 10 TEN HILLS RD SOMERVILLE MA A&B c265 S13A  

36 record(s)
 
 
Killackey arrest

  Somerville Police Department
SOMERVILLE, MA
Incident # / Report # Officer Rank Review Status
13044988 / 1 PAVAO B PATROLMAN APPROVED


Incident #13044988 Data
As Of 12/06/2013 10:29:32


Basic Information
Case Title Location Apt/Unit #
KILLACKEY, JAMES 400 SOMERVILLE AVE  
Date/Time Reported Date/Time Occurred
12/06/2013 10:07:04 On or about 12/06/2013 10:07
Incident Type(s)/Offense(s)
(266/120)TRESPASS c266 S120
(268/32B)RESISTING ARREST c268 S32B
(272/53/F)DISORDERLY CONDUCT c272 S53


Persons
Role Name Sex Race Age DOB Phone
  BASKET, MARKET         (HOME)
ADDRESS: 400 SOMERVILLE AVE   SOMERVILLE, MA (CELL)
 
REPORTING PERSON         11/20/1964 (HOME)
ADDRESS: 400 SOEMRVILLE AVE   SOMERVILLE, MA (CELL)


Offenders
Status Name Sex Race Age DOB Phone
DEFENDANT KILLACKEY, JAMES FRANCIS MALE WHITE 30 06/21/1983 (HOME)
ADDRESS: 66 FIFTH STREET   CAMBRIDGE, MA (CELL)

[ NO VEHICLES ]

[ NO PROPERTY ]


Officer Report: 13044988 – 1 / PAVAO B (318)
Date/Time of Report Type of Report Review Status
12/06/2013 10:29:29 INCIDENT APPROVED


Narrative
The following is a brief summary of the facts as they pertain to case number 13044988.

On the morning of Friday, December 6, 2013 I was assigned to marked unit E-2. with Officer Pasqualino. At approximately 9:40 hours, we were dispatched to 400 Somerville Ave (Market Basket) for a report of a white male wearing a black coat drinking alcoholic beverages behind the building. Upon our arrival we were met by the reporting party  , rp  is a manager at Market Basket. rp stated that there was a man behind the store drinking alcoholic beverages. rp also went on to say that he asked Mr. Killackey to leave the property and he refused. Upon speaking to Mr. Killackey he was advised of the trespassing law at that time he was compliant and left the property. 

After clearing the original call we received a call at 10:07 hours to return to the Market Basket for a report of a white male wearing a black coat, in the store causing a commotion. Upon our arrival at the Market Basket we observed Mr. Killackey yelling and flailing his arms at register number 1, preventing the other customers from checking out of the store. Just moments before Mr. Killackey was advised if he returned to the property he would be arrested for trespassing. While attempting to put Mr, Killackey in handcuffs he repeatedly pulled away and would not comply with my verbal commands. Unit 200 was requested to transport him to the Somerville police station to be booked in the usual manner by the shift commander Sgt. J. Marino.
 
Deoliviera arrest
 
Somerville Police Department
SOMERVILLE, MA
Incident # / Report # Officer Rank Review Status
13044817 / 1 BROWNE S HOUSING COMPLETED


Not For Public Release Date/Time Printed: Mon Dec 09 09:16:39 EST 2013 By: b255


There Is 1 Report For This Incident That Has Not Been Approved


Incident #13044817 Data
As Of 12/05/2013 10:54:02


Basic Information
Case Title Location Apt/Unit #
10 RIVER RD 1011
Date/Time Reported Date/Time Occurred
12/04/2013 20:07:55 On or about 12/04/2013 20:07
Incident Type(s)/Offense(s)
(275/2)THREAT TO COMMIT CRIME c275 S2
(272/53/F)DISORDERLY CONDUCT c272 S53
(265/13A/B)A&B c265 S13A
(268/32B)RESISTING ARREST c268 S32B


Persons
Role Name Sex Race Age DOB Phone
          (HOME)
ADDRESS:  10 SOMERVILLE, MA (CELL)
WITNESS           (HOME)
ADDRESS:  SOMERVILLE, MA (CELL)


Offenders
Status Name Sex Race Age DOB Phone
DEFENDANT DEOLIVEIRA, ANUBIA LUDOVINO FEMALE WHITE 30 08/23/1983 (HOME)
ADDRESS: 10 RIVER ROAD 1011 SOMERVILLE, MA (CELL)

[ NO VEHICLES ]

[ NO PROPERTY ]


Officer Report: 13044817 – 1 / BROWNE S (919)
Date/Time of Report Type of Report Review Status
12/05/2013 10:53:06 INCIDENT COMPLETED


Narrative
REPORT ENTERED BY SPD RECORDS PERSONNEL BASED UPON SHA POLICE REPORT. (JC)

The following is a brief summary of facts pertaining to incident #13044817.

On 12/04/13 while on routine patrol of the Mystic River development, SHA Investigators Browne and Gabaree were dispatched to 10 River Road apt.  for a report of disturbance.

Upon arrival we were met and assisted by SPD unit E-4 (officers Soares and Beckford) who had entered the building just prior to our arrival.

As we entered the building we could hear a female voice yelling and screaming profanities from 2 floors up.

Somerville Police officers Soars and Beckford had detain the aggressor know known to us as Nubia DeOliveria(DOB 08/23/83)who lives on the 3rd floor in apt. 1011.

Investigators separated the parties by bringing the aggressor, Miss DeOliveria up the stairs to her apartment(1011)on the 3rd floor due to her continues disorderly behavior.

I, Investigator Browne and SPD officer Soares interviewed the victim and witness.

The victim,  )of apartment  was visibly shaking and upset.  Her hair and clothing were disheveled and her face was quite red in color.  She also had a small open cut above her right eye in her eyebrow.

v  stated that her neighbor who lives in the apartment above her was continually banging on the floor, which is v  ceiling.

The neighbor, Miss DeOliveria, was also yelling things such as "fuck you bitch, your a fucking bitch" while hitting the floor making quite a disturbance.

v stated that she hit her ceiling, Miss DeOliveria's floor a few times yelling for her to stop.

At that point Miss DeOliveria came running down the stairs continuing to swear and yell at v.

The witness,  ) of apartment # stated that she opened her door(which is at the bottom of the stairs) when she heard Miss DeOliveria screaming and running down the stairs.

witness  stated that she observed Miss DeOliveria immediately grab the victim,  , around her neck with both hands and spitting at her while  screaming "I will fucking kill you you fucking bitch".

witness then saw Miss DeOliveria swing her hands in a punching manner all about the victims face still screaming and swearing.

witness stated that she attempted to pull the very aggressive Miss DeOliveria off of v but was having trouble doing so due to Miss DeOliveria's aggression.

At some point Miss DeOliveria got the victim, v in a headlock at that point the victim bit Miss DeOliveria in the stomach in a last hope attempt to escape the headlock she was in.  This worked for a moment, enough that her husband,  was able to get between them just as the Somerville officers were ascending the stairs.

As Investigators entered the building we observed several residents in the hallway on all 3 floors watching the disturbance.  They were all telling us to take the crazy lady away.

Miss DeOliveria continued her tirade of swearing and making threats the entire we were there.  She was advised and asked several times to calm down and respect her neighbors.  She responded by screaming "fuck them all they can all fucking die".

Miss DeOliveria stated to Investigators Browne and Gabaree "you fuckers better watch your back I will kick your ass".

Miss DeOliveria was taken into custody at this point for Disorderly conduct and Threats.

As we were escorting her down the stairs she continued to make threats towards the victim    
Miss DeOliveria made several attempts to break free from our custody to attack the victim.  She also made several resisting attempts from our grasp while we were waiting for SPD-unit 200 to arrive and transport her to the station for booking.

When unit-200 arrived she was placed into the transport van and brought to the Somerville Police station for booking in the usual manner.

I will be filing criminal complaints on her for the following charges:

        1-c272 s53 Disorderly Conduct
        2-c275 s2  Threats to Commit a crime
        3-c268 s32B Resisting Arrest
        4-c265 s13A Assault and Battery

Respectfully submitted
 

Sergeant Timothy Mitsakis
Homeland Security
Somerville Police Department
220 Washington Street
Somerville, MA 02145
(w) 617-625-1600 X7238
(f) 617-776-9234
tmitsakis@police.somerville.ma.us

 

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REAL LIFE SOMERVILLE POLICE STORIES
Khan Arrest
Somerville Police Department
SOMERVILLE, MA
Incident # / Report # Officer Rank Review Status
13044782 / 1 ISAACS, R PATROLMAN  


Not For Public Release Date/Time Printed: Mon Dec 09 08:46:58 EST 2013 By: b255


 


 
 
   
     


Incident #13044782 Data
As Of 12/05/2013 13:45:00


Basic Information
Case Title Location Apt/Unit #
OMERON KHAN  FOUNTAIN AVE 1
Date/Time Reported Date/Time Occurred
12/04/2013 12:55:49 On or about 12/04/2013 12:55
Incident Type(s)/Offense(s)
(266/17/B)B AND E DAYTIME FOR FELONY, PERSON IN FEAR C266 S1
(9/96)VCO POSSESSION OF DANGEROUS WEAPONS, SCO 9 96


Persons
Role Name Sex Race Age DOB Phone
            (HOME)
ADDRESS:  (CELL)
VICTIM           (HOME)
ADDRESS (CELL)
            (HOME)
ADDRESS:  (CELL)


Offenders
Status Name Sex Race Age DOB Phone
DEFENDANT KHAN, OMERON MALE WHITE 18 01/11/1995 (HOME)
ADDRESS: 16 OTIS ST   SOMERVILLE, MA (CELL)

[ NO VEHICLES ]


Property
Class Description Make Model Serial # Value
LARGE BLACK KNIFE


Officer Report: 13044782 – 1 / ISAACS, R (288)
Date/Time of Report Type of Report Review Status
12/04/2013 14:26:00 INCIDENT REJECTED


Narrative
On Wednesday December 04, 2013 at approximately 1255, while assigned to Car 1, I Officer Randy Isaacs along with Car 4 operated by Officer Holland were dispatched to   Fountain Ave #1, for a B and E. while driving to Fountain Ave the victim was still on the phone with dispatch and giving there location, which was then given over the radio. Upon arrival Sgt Macarelli, Sgt Isadoro, Officer Holland, and Officer Ubeda were in front of   Fountain Ave with four individuals who were then identified as  ,  , Omeron Khan, D.O.B 01-11-1995, and two Juveniles. After Identifying all suspects Myself and Sgt Isadoro went into  Fountain ave to speak with the victim. Once inside we Spoke with  ,  who informed us that her and her mother  ,  were inside when they heard someone inside the back hallway. As v walked into the kitchen she could hear footsteps going upstairs then coming back down. As the person came back down they attempted to gain entry into her apartment and at that time she was in fear and yelled. As she yelled the individual ran out the back door and ran out onto the street where three others were waiting for him.
	v stated that the back door leading into the building is always kept lock and for him to get it he must have broken into the building. While conducting our investigation two show-up forms were filled out by Officer Ubeda and officer Anderson. Officer Ubeda explained the form to v because she did not speak English and Officer Anderson explained the form to v. While conducting a show-up,v  identified Mr Khan as the person that she saw running away from her apartment . At that time Mr khan was placed under arrest and Unit 200 was notified to transport the defendant back to the station to be booked. before being transported back to the station a large knife was found on Mr Khan. The three other suspects were then sent on their way.
Contreras arrest
 
Somerville Police Department
SOMERVILLE, MA
Incident # / Report # Officer Rank Review Status
13044666 / 1 KHOURY M PATROLMAN APPROVED


Incident #13044666 Data
As Of 12/03/2013 13:09:39


Basic Information
Case Title Location Apt/Unit #
JEURIS CONTRERAS   BROADWAY & TEMPLE ST
Date/Time Reported Date/Time Occurred
12/03/2013 12:34:57 On or about 12/03/2013 12:34
Incident Type(s)/Offense(s)
(90/23/D)LICENSE SUSPENDED, OP MV WITH c90 S23
(90/13/A)UNSAFE OPERATION OF MV c90 S13
(90/20/B)INSPECTION/STICKER, NO c90 S20
(90/12)IMPROPER OPERATION OF MV, ALLOW c90 S12

[ NO PERSONS ]


Offenders
Status Name Sex Race Age DOB Phone
SUSPECT           (HOME)
ADDRESS:  (CELL)
DEFENDANT CONTRERAS, JEURIS MALE WHITE 25 12/03/1988 (HOME)
ADDRESS: 33 FARRAGUT AVE.   MEDFORD, MA (CELL)


Vehicles
Role Type Year Make Model Color Reg # State
INVOLVED VEHICLE 2000 HONDA ODDEYSE GRAY  
Stolen $ Rec Code Date Rec Rec $ Rec By

[ NO PROPERTY ]


Officer Report: 13044666 – 1 / KHOURY M (316)
Date/Time of Report Type of Report Review Status
12/03/2013 13:09:35 INCIDENT APPROVED


Narrative
On Tuesday, December 3, 2013, I, Officer Matthew Khoury was on duty for the Somerville Police in marked cruiser 664 along with Officer Michael Capasso. At approximately 12:34 PM, Officer Capasso randomly queried Massachusetts Registration   via the CJISWEB, and discovered that the owner had failed to inspect her vehicle within 7 days of registering it (vehicle was registered on 06/28/13). As a result of this infraction, I was going to conduct a motor vehicle stop when an unknown black male suddenly pulled the vehicle to the side of the road on Temple Street at Broadway, both public ways within the City of Somerville. 

Officer's realized that the operator had left the vehicle running, and unattended while he went into the Rite Aid pharmacy. To prevent the vehicle from being stolen, Officer Capasso retrieved the keys from the ignition. After several minutes, the same operator returned back to the vehicle and asked why Officer Capasso was at his vehicle. Officer Capasso advised the operator that it was a civil infraction to leave a running vehicle unattended and requested his license in order for me to issue him a citation. The operator, now identified, Mr. Jeuris Contreras, handed Officer Capasso his Massachusetts Identification Card. 

Upon querying Mr. Contreras license status, Officer's discovered that Mr. Contreras license was suspended, and had an active warrant for his arrest. Mr. Contreras informed Officer's that his license was suspended because he had failed to pay fines. Mr. Contreras was placed under arrest and issued Massachusetts Uniform Citation # R4780368.

I will be mailing   the registered owner of the vehicle, Massachusetts Uniform Citation # R47803  for the following offenses: Allowing unlicensed operation, and Fail to inspect motor vehicle.  The vehicle was secured and left legally parked on Temple Street.
Bielakowski arrest
Somerville Police Department
SOMERVILLE, MA
Incident # / Report # Officer Rank Review Status
13044558 / 1 DUCASSE J PATROLMAN APPROVED


Incident #13044558 Data
As Of 12/04/2013 06:25:19


Basic Information
Case Title Location Apt/Unit #
22 MCGRATH HWY
Date/Time Reported Date/Time Occurred
12/02/2013 11:35:25 On or about 12/02/2013 11:35
Incident Type(s)/Offense(s)
(266/30A/C)SHOPLIFTING BY ASPORTATION, 3RD OFF. c266 S30A


Persons
Role Name Sex Race Age DOB Phone
REPORTING PERSON           (HOME)
ADDRESS:     SOMERVILLE, MA (CELL)
WITNESS           (HOME)
ADDRESS: (CELL)
VICTIM MARSHALLS, (HOME)
ADDRESS: 22 MCGRATH HIGHWAY   SOMERVILLE, MA (CELL)


Offenders
Status Name Sex Race Age DOB Phone
DEFENDANT BIELAKOWSKI, CRYSTAL MARIE FEMALE WHITE 30 09/13/1983 (HOME)
ADDRESS: 240 ALBANY ST. 1 CAMBRIDGE, MA (CELL)

[ NO VEHICLES ]


Property
Class Description Make Model Serial # Value
HOUSEHOLD NINE WEST LOVE FURY 4
HOUSEHOLD DOLCE GAVANA PERFUME 46
HOUSEHOLD PAIR OF SNEAKERS PUMA 34
HOUSEHOLD ED HARDY PERFUME 29


Officer Report: 13044558 – 1 / DUCASSE J (313)
Date/Time of Report Type of Report Review Status
12/02/2013 12:32:34 INCIDENT APPROVED


Narrative
On Tuesday December 2nd 2013, at approximately 11:35 A.M. while on patrol in marked unit E-2 along with officer Legros, I was dispatched to 22 Mcgrath Hwy Marshalls Department Store for a report of a shoplifter. 

Upon arrival, I met with RP loss prevention officer,   .  He stated that while monitoring the store surveillance system, he observed the defendant in the back of the store near the bathroom looking around suspiciously while talking to another female. He further stated that he observed the defendant removing a price tag and the sensor from a pair of black Puma sneakers and placing them in her purse while moving to a different location in the store. He also allegedly observed the defendant removing a Nine West Love Fury item along with a Dolce Gabana Perfume, and Ed Hardy perfume from their original boxes and placing them into her purse as well before walking to the register where she only paid for a makeup kit. At that point,  lp followed the defendant and stopped her outside right at the edge of the exit door. lp brought her back into the loss prevention office where all items were recovered and the police notified. LP2  who also works loss prevention corroborated with all statements made by lp1 . A copy of the surveillance video was provided to Somerville Police as evidence. I would like to note that loss prevention informed us that the defendant was previously arrested in another Marshalls branch in Boston for Larceny Over. 

Respectfully submitted,
REAL LIFE SOMERVILLE POLICE STORIES
 
 
 
Jimenez/ Farias arrest

Case Title Location Apt/Unit #
JIMENEZ/FARIAS   FITCHBURG ST & LINWOOD ST
Date/Time Reported Date/Time Occurred
12/06/2013 12:50:00 On or about 12/06/2013 12:50
Incident Type(s)/Offense(s)
(94C/32E/A)COCAINE, TRAFFICKING IN – OVER 14 GRAMS C94C S32E
(94C/32/C)DRUG, POSSESS TO DISTRIB CLASS A c94C S32
(94C/40)CONSPIRACY TO VIOLATE DRUG LAW c94C S40
(94C/32A/G)DRUG, POSSESS TO DISTRIB CLASS B c94C S32A

[ NO PERSONS ]


Offenders
Status Name Sex Race Age DOB Phone
DEFENDANT FARIAS, MANUEL MALE WHITE 40 07/16/1973 (HOME)
ADDRESS: 152 GLEN ST 2 SOMERVILLE, MA (CELL)
DEFENDANT JIMENEZ-VAZQUEZ, CARLOS ROBERTO MALE WHITE 25 11/29/1988 (HOME)
ADDRESS: 12 JOHNSON TERRACE 1 BOSTON, MA (CELL)


Vehicles
Role Type Year Make Model Color Reg # State
SEIZED 2002 TOYT SIENNA 3MPJ50 MA
Stolen $ Rec Code Date Rec Rec $ Rec By


Property
Class Description Make Model Serial # Value
EVIDENCE COCAINE 1
EVIDENCE HEROIN 1
CURRENCY $2744.00 US CURRENCY 0
ELECTRONIC CELLPHONE
EVIDENCE CONTAINER


Officer Report: 13045009 – 1 / HYDE J (137)
Date/Time of Report Type of Report Review Status
12/06/2013 16:47:41 INCIDENT IN PROGRESS


Narrative
Members of the Somerville Police Department Drug Control Unit have been conducting an ongoing Cocaine investigation involving the above named defendant Manuel Farias. The aforementioned narcotic investigation was initiated upon cultivating intelligence from a confidential source regarding defendant Farias and his alleged Cocaine distribution operation. I would note that I am aware of the identity and present address of the confidential source. I would additionally note that the confidential source cooperation in prior criminal investigations involving violations of the controlled substance laws was instrumental in the realization of positive / successful results. In one such matter the confidential source rendered cooperation and assistance that resulted in the identification and apprehension of an individual that was a fugitive from justice. Based on a personal safety concern expressed by the confidential source should his or her identity become public knowledge I respectfully decline to disclose the identity of the confidential source for the purpose of this investigation and or report. The confidential source will be referred to as CS herein. 

	Purportedly an individual known to CS as Manny Farias is actively engaged in the ongoing sale and distribution of Cocaine. According to CS Manny Farias is selling / distributing Cocaine from his residence located at 152 Glen St. Somerville, MA. and from his place of employment a mechanical garage located at the intersection of Fitchburg St. and Linwood St. Somerville, MA. CS stated that in addition to being a Cocaine distributor Farias is a mechanic by trade. CS claimed that CS basis of knowledge was derived from numerous personal observations of Farias conducting Cocaine transactions with prospective Cocaine customers. In a statement made against his or her own penal interest CS admitted to purchasing Cocaine from defendant Farias on over ten previous occasions. CS described defendant Farias as being a white male of Portuguese descent, approximately forty years of age, 5'2" in height with a thin / frail build.  

	During the afternoon of December 5, 2013 surveillance was established at defendant Farias place of employment located at Linwood St. at Fitchburg St. Somerville, MA. While conducting surveillance observations were made of an individual matching the previously furnished description exiting from the garage / place of employment.This individual was subsequently identified as the defendant in this matter Manual Farias. Farias proceeded to meet with the operator / sole occupant of a 2002 Toyota Sienna mini-van bearing the Massachusetts registration 3MPJ30. An inquiry made via the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles revealed the owner of record of the motor vehicle as being Carlos Jimenez-Vasquez with a residential address of 12 Johnson Terrace Boston, MA.  This covert style meeting occurred within the employee parking lot of the work establishment. At the time of the meeting it appeared Farias was keenly interested / concerned with the movement of minimal motor vehicle traffic within this area. His interest was perceived as an act of conducting counter surveillance. After a brief meeting and interaction that occurred at the left front operators window Farias re-entered the work establishment and the motor vehicle in question departed from the area travelling in the return Boston, MA. direction. I would note that based on my training and experience activity observed at the time of the covert meeting was consistent with activity commonly displayed at the time of street level drug transaction. 

	In the early afternoon of December 6, 2013 surveillance was again initiated by members of the Somerville Police Department Drug Control Unit  of the mechanical garage located at the intersection of Linwood St. and Fitchburg St. Somerville, MA.and adjacent area.  At approximately 1:15PM observations were made of the 2002 Toyota Sienna mini-van bearing the Massachusetts registration 3MPJ50 operated by defendant Carlos Jimenez-Vazquez arriving to the business establishment. Observations were then made of the motor vehicle operated by defendant Jimenez-Vazquez travelling at a slow rate of speed squaring the business block subsequently returning to and parking in the business establishment employee parking lot. The squaring of the block by defendant Jimenez-Vazquez was perceived as an act of counter-surveillance in preparation for illegal drug activity. A route of travel of this sort allows for those involved in the drug trade to surveil for unwanted law enforcement presence and safeguard against any unusual appearance. 

	In turn defendant Farias was observed exiting from a garage side entry doorway. Farias proceeded to walk to and subsequently enter the motor vehicle containing defendant Jimenez-Vazquez. At this time this investigator along with Inspector Ariel Collazo approached the motor vehicle containing the defendants at which time verbal police identification was made and police badges were prominently displayed on the exterior of our clothing. It was the intent to conduct a threshold inquiry to further investigate the defendants activity. At the time of the approach defendant Jimenez-Vazquez was observed holding a wad of cash in his right hand. The appearance and positioning of the cash suggested the recent acceptance of the money. At this time Inspector Collazo observed in plain view a clear plastic bag containing a white flake substance ( Evidence Identification # 13045009-1) believed to Cocaine ( 1/4 ounce / 7 grams of cocaine ) positioned on defendant Jimenez-Vazquez lap area. In response to Inspector Collazo taking note of the contraband Jimenez-Vazquez attempted to secrete the contraband.

	 At this time both defendants were removed from the motor vehicle and placed under arrest for violations of the controlled substance laws. Post-arrest both defendants were advised of their constitutional rights pursuant to Miranda. I would note that Inspector Collazo advised defendant Jimenez-Vazquez his Miranda warnings in his native language. Upon receiving and acknowledging understanding his rights Jimenez-Vazquez told Inspector Collazo that the U.S. currency $223.00 ( Evidence Identification # 13045009-4 ) he was observed holding was the payment for the Cocaine that he recently purchased from defendant Farias.

	Both defendants were transported to the Somerville Police Department Headquarters for booking and processing. In furtherance of this investigation assistance was requested from Sergeant Stephen Panzini 
( Everett Police Department) and his drug detection canine " Xando ". Sergeant Panzini and his canine " Xando " conducted an exterior and interior inspection of defendant Jimenez-Vazquez motor vehicle. As a result of that inspection the drug detection canine " Xando " alerted to the odor of the  presence or recent presence of a controlled substance  from within the motor vehicle. Further inspection of the area in question revealed an after market electronic installation hidden compartment known within the illegal drug trade as a clavo. An inspection of the clavo revealed a plastic container covered with blue painters tape. Inspection of the contents of the plastic container revealed 14 clear glassine bags containing a white flake / powder substance ( Evidence Identification # 13045009-2 ) believed to be Cocaine ( preliminary weight 44 grams of Cocaine ) and 8 clear glassine bags containing a brown powder substance believed to be Heroin ( preliminary weight 8 grams of Heroin ). 

	A search of defendant Carlos Jimenez-Vazquez person by Inspector Collazo revealed $ 875.00 U.S. currency ( right inside coat pocket ), $ 636.00 U. S. Currency ( right outside coat pocket ) and $ 1,010.00 U.S. currency ( front right pant pocket ) Evidence Identification # 13045009-4.

	As result of this incident and subsequent search the following evidentiary valued items were located and seized. In total 15 clear glassine bags containing a substance believed to be Cocaine ( preliminary weight 51 grams ), 8 clear glassine bags containing a brown powder substance believed to be Heroin 
( preliminary weight 8 grams ), $ 2,744 U.S.currency, one blue covered plastic container, one Samsung cellular telephone and one Apple I Phone cellular telephone. The afore referenced evidentiary items were also photographed. In addition the motor vehicles hidden compartment / clavo and associated paraphernalia were  photographed.
 

 

Somerville Police

Arrest log week of 12/2/13
12/02/2013 11:35:25 22 MCGRATH HWY BIELAKOWSKI , CRYSTAL 09/13/1983 240 ALBANY ST. CAMBRIDGE MA SHOPLIFTING BY ASPORTATION c26
12/02/2013 13:59:01 OUTSIDE VENUTI , PAUL 06/01/1979 76 SHIP AVE MEDFORD MA LICENSE SUSPENDED, OP MV WITH
RECEIVE STOLEN PROPERTY -$250
ROBBERY, UNARMED c265 S19
USE MV WITHOUT AUTHORITY c90 S
12/03/2013 12:34:57 BROADWAY CONTRERAS , JEURIS 12/03/1988 33 FARRAGUT AVE. MEDFORD MA LICENSE SUSPENDED, OP MV WITH
LICENSE SUSPENDED, OP MV WITH
UNSAFE OPERATION OF MV c90 S13
12/03/2013 23:11:14 148 SYCAMORE ST BURNS , JOSEPH 11/09/1970 148 SYCAMORE ST SOMERVILLE MA A&B c265 S13A
12/04/2013 12:55:49 13 FOUNTAIN AVE KHAN , OMERON 01/11/1995 16 OTIS ST SOMERVILLE MA B AND E DAYTIME FOR FELONY, PE
12/04/2013 20:07:55 10 RIVER RD DEOLIVEIRA , ANUBIA 08/23/1983 10 RIVER ROAD SOMERVILLE MA DISORDERLY CONDUCT c272 S53
THREAT TO COMMIT CRIME c275 S2
RESISTING ARREST c268 S32B
A&B c265 S13A
12/04/2013 22:10:47 180 SOMERVILLE AVE DONALDSON , CARL 09/04/1958 LICENSE SUSPENDED, OP MV WITH,
12/05/2013 18:17:55 70 HUDSON ST SILVA , DAVI 03/14/1986 85 CENTRAL ST SOMERVILLE MA THREAT TO COMMIT CRIME c275 S2
A&B c265 S13A
A&B WITH DANGEROUS WEAPON c26
12/06/2013 10:07:04 400 SOMERVILLE AVE KILLACKEY , JAMES 06/21/1983 66 FIFTH STREET CAMBRIDGE MA TRESPASS c266 S120
DISORDERLY CONDUCT c272 S53
RESISTING ARREST c268 S32B
12/06/2013 12:50:00 FITCHBURG ST FARIAS , MANUEL 07/16/1973 152 GLEN ST SOMERVILLE MA DRUG, POSSESS TO DISTRIB CLASS
CONSPIRACY TO VIOLATE DRUG LAW
12/06/2013 12:50:00 FITCHBURG ST JIMENEZ-VAZQUEZ , CARLOS 11/29/1988 12 JOHNSON TERRACE BOSTON MA COCAINE, TRAFFICKING IN – OVER
DRUG, POSSESS TO DISTRIB CLASS
CONSPIRACY TO VIOLATE DRUG LAW
12/06/2013 13:41:45 55 OSSIPEE RD JUVENILE 176 FERRY ST EVERETT MA BURGLARIOUS INSTRUMENT, POSSES
BREAK INTO DEPOSITORY c266 S16
RECEIVE STOLEN PROPERTY +$250
12/06/2013 13:41:45 55 OSSIPEE RD JUVENILE 55 OSSIPEE SOMERVILLE MA BREAK INTO DEPOSITORY c266 S16
RECEIVE STOLEN PROPERTY +$250
BURGLARIOUS INSTRUMENT, POSSES
12/06/2013 13:41:45 55 OSSIPEE RD JUVENILE 18 HARVARD ST EVERETT MA BREAK INTO DEPOSITORY c266 S16
BURGLARIOUS INSTRUMENT, POSSES
RECEIVE STOLEN PROPERTY +$250
12/06/2013 13:41:45 55 OSSIPEE RD RICHARDS , CHRISTOPHER 04/26/1993 8 HOLTON ST MEDFORD MA RECEIVE STOLEN PROPERTY +$250
BURGLARIOUS INSTRUMENT, MAKE c
BREAK INTO DEPOSITORY c266 S16
12/07/2013 16:56:14 BROADWAY FOLEY , ROBERT 07/02/1963 172 MYSTIC VALLEY PKWY ARLINGTON MA LICENSE REVOKED AS HTO, OPERAT
12/07/2013 19:00:03 240 PEARL ST BENTO , MIKE 11/20/1981 41 THOMAS STREET MEDFORD MA UNLICENSED OPERATION OF MV c90

 

 

Police Arrest Log week of 11/25/13

Real Life Somerville Police Stories

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Ogunwumi arrest

Case Title Location Apt/Unit #
A&B OGUNWUMI 1374 BROADWAY 4S
Date/Time Reported Date/Time Occurred
11/30/2013 22:14:36 11/30/2013 22:14 to 11/30/2013 23:00
Incident Type(s)/Offense(s)
(265/13A/B)A&B c265 S13A

Persons
Role Name Sex Race Age DOB Phone
VICTIM , (HOME)
ADDRESS: (CELL)

REPORTING PERSON (HOME)
ADDRESS , (CELL)

Offenders
Status Name Sex Race Age DOB Phone
DEFENDANT OGUNWUMI, KOKUMO ISAIA MALE BLACK 59 11/06/1954 (HOME)
ADDRESS: 1374 BROADWAY 4F SOMERVILLE, MA (CELL)
[ NO VEHICLES ]

[ NO PROPERTY ]

Officer Report: 13044412 – 1 / GEE, A (287)
Date/Time of Report Type of Report Review Status
11/30/2013 23:23:50 INCIDENT REVIEWED

Narrative
This narrative is a summary of the events pertaining to Incident 13044412.

On 11/30/2013 at approximately 22:16, I, Officer Albert Gee in full uniform assigned to West 7 along with Officer Mark Nevin assigned to West 6 was dispatched to Broadway Apt for a family dispute. Officer Gravin Guillen and Cassandra Goncalves assigned to West 5 responded as well.

Upon arrival on the 4th floor the victim, was in the hall way standing in front of apartment . v was with her son and a Security guard. v said arrest him he punched me in the face. I observed a cut on v upper lip and I saw blood on her face, gown, and drops of blood on the rug in the hallway. Officers Guillen and Goncalves continued to speak to v while Officer Nevin and I entered the apartment.

I was greeted by Mr. Kokumo Ogunwumi. He was pacing back and forth and was appeared agitated. I asked him to sit down and explain to me what happened. Mr. Ogunwumi said he was upset his sister made multiple copies of his apartment key and he would get in trouble if the management found out. He said he wanted her to leave so he grabbed her belongings and tossed them in the hall. He said when he was throwing a suitcase out it hit her in the face and she got upset and hit his arms. I didn’t observe any injuries on Mr. Ogunwumi.

I returned to the hallway where I separated the two parties. I asked v what happened and she said she was in the living room and Mr. Ogunwumi ran out of his room and was upset that she didn’t make any food for him to eat. She said that was not her job and he got mad and punched her 3 or 4 times in the face.

I returned to the apartment and informed Mr. Ogunwumi he was under arrest for assault and battery, contacted the prisoner transport, he was transported to the Somerville Police Station and booked in the usual manner.

v was allowed to retrieve all her belongings, refused all medical treatment, and returned 3 keys to him. While v was removing items from the apartment, I spoke to v. son, . son said he heard but didn’t see his mother and his uncle fighting and he called the police. I will be filing a 51A and I have attached a photograph of v injuries.

Real Life Somerville Police Stories

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Bloom arrest

Case Title Location Apt/Unit #
COMM. V. CORY BLOOM BROADWAY & TEMPLE ST
Date/Time Reported Date/Time Occurred
11/29/2013 22:28:05 On or about 11/29/2013 22:28
Incident Type(s)/Offense(s)
(90/23/K2)LICENSE SUSPENDED, OP MV WITH (CRIMINAL SUBSQ.OFF.
(90/24/J)OUI LIQUOR c90 S24

Persons
Role Name Sex Race Age DOB Phone
INVOLVED PARTY MALE (HOME)
ADDRESS: , MA (CELL)

INVOLVED PARTY MALE (HOME)
ADDRESS: MA (CELL)

INVOLVED PARTY MALE (HOME)
ADDRESS: 2 , MA (CELL)

INVOLVED PARTY (HOME) (
ADDRESS: , (CELL)

VICTIM (HOME)
ADDRESS: MA (CELL)

Offenders
Status Name Sex Race Age DOB Phone
DEFENDANT BLOOM, CORY JOHN MALE BLACK 25 06/30/1988 (HOME)
ADDRESS: 114 WELLINGTON HILL STREET MATTAPAN, MA (CELL)

Vehicles
Role Type Year Make Model Color Reg # State
INVOLVED VEHICLE 2007 FORD FOCUS WHITE MA
Stolen $ Rec Code Date Rec Rec $ Rec By

Role Type Year Make Model Color Reg # State
INVOLVED VEHICLE 2006 MAZDA 3 GRAY MA
Stolen $ Rec Code Date Rec Rec $ Rec By

[ NO PROPERTY ]

Officer Report: 13044314 – 1 / BECKFORD P (319)
Date/Time of Report Type of Report Review Status
11/29/2013 23:45:05 INCIDENT REVIEWED

Narrative
At approximately 22:28 hours, Officer Soares and I, were patrolling Temple St., when we noticed a large group of people yelling and shouting in the middle of both travel lanes. These actions impeded motor vehicles from passing through in a normal fashion. I immediately pulled my marked cruiser over to the shoulder of the roadway, to figure out what had transpired. An unknown gentleman approached us, and stated that he was driving by, when he observed a group of men, later identified as, Cory Bloom, , , and surrounding a young lady, victim in an aggressive and hostile manner. The unknown gentleman stopped, and exited his vehicle to assist v. The unknown gentleman stated that , , , and focused their attention towards him, and they began to argue with one another. Note: The unknown gentleman had left the scene prior to retrieving his information.

I went over to speak with all the parties about the situation. Both parties confirmed that it was a motor vehicle accident. Cory Bloom stated that he was backing up down Temple St. in an attempt to park his vehicle. In doing so, Cory Bloom struck v vehicle. v stated that she stopped her vehicle, and honked her horn in an attempt to alert Cory Bloom that he was approaching too closely to her vehicle. Cory Bloom ignored v warning, and he continued to back up into her vehicle. I asked for v and Cory Bloom’s license and registration. v immediately produced her license and registration. Cory Bloom stated that his license was in the vehicle, and he asked to go retrieve it. Shortly thereafter, Cory Bloom approached us empty handed. I requested his license and registration a second time, and he stated that it was in the vehicle once again. I asked him why didn’t he retrieve his license and registration the first time, and he stated that he did not have his license and registration with him.

Note: While I was speaking with Cory Bloom, I observed that he was very unsteady on his feet, he was swaying left to right, and back, and forth. His eyes were red and glassy, and his speech was very slurred.

I instructed Cory Bloom to walk towards the sidewalk for his safety because everyone was standing in the middle of the street. As Cory Bloom approached the sidewalk, I observed Cory Bloom stumble forward onto the curb. As I was conversing with Cory Bloom, I could smell a strong odor of alcohol emitting from his breath.

Officer Soares asked Cory Bloom if he would perform a field sobriety test, to which he agreed to. The first field sobriety test that Officer Soares performed, was the Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus (HGN). Officer Soares instructed Cory Bloom on how to perform the HGN. Officer Soares stated to me that there was a lack of smooth pursuit, and sustained HGN at maximum deviation. The second field sobriety test that Officer Soares instructed, and demonstrated was the walk and turn. Cory Bloom was very unsteady on his feet, he extended his arms outward to maintain balance numerous times. He paused during steps to regain balance. He did not maintain a straight line, he would zigzag left to right. He walked 13 steps in both directions instead of 9. During his steps, Cory Bloom did not maintain contact between his heels and his toes. He did not demonstrate a proper turn at the end of his steps. The third field sobriety test that Officer Soares instructed, and demonstrated was the one leg stand. Cory Bloom utilized his arms to maintain balance, he placed his foot on the ground numerous times, he did not raise his foot off the ground correctly. Instead he bent his knee at a 90 degree angle. He hopped numerous times, and he only counted to 15. Cory Bloom was placed under arrest, and he was transported to the Somerville Police Station in the prison transport vehicle, Unit 200, where he was booked and processed in the usual manner.

While speaking to the occupants of Cory Bloom’s vehicle, occupant stated that Cory Bloom was operating the vehicle. He was attempting to back up the vehicle into a parking lot when the collision occurred. Note: A motor vehicle accident report was filed, photographs were taken of the interior of the vehicle due to the half filled bottles of alcohol, which were located inside the vehicle within everyone’s reach. Two knives were confiscated from the drive’s side door storage area, where Cory Bloom had access to them. Both knives were tagged, logged, and secure.

Real Life Somerville Police Stories

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Cunha arrest

RYAN ET AL 406 MYSTIC AVE
Date/Time Reported Date/Time Occurred
11/27/2013 15:31:41 On or about 11/27/2013 15:31
Incident Type(s)/Offense(s)
(94C/40)CONSPIRACY TO VIOLATE DRUG LAW c94C S40

(94C/35)HEROIN, BEING PRESENT WHERE KEPT c94C S35
(94C/32/C)DRUG, POSSESS TO DISTRIB CLASS A c94C S32
(94C/32J)DRUG VIOLATION NEAR SCHOOL c94C S32J

Persons
Role Name Sex Race Age DOB Phone
INVOLVED PARTY (HOME)
ADDRESS: SOMERVILLE, MA (CELL)

Offenders
Status Name Sex Race Age DOB Phone
DEFENDANT CUNHA, NICHOLAS MALE WHITE 34 07/30/1979 (HOME)
ADDRESS: 427 BUNKER HILL ST CHARLESTOWN, MA (CELL)
DEFENDANT RYAN, CHARLES VINCENT MALE WHITE 38 01/23/1975 (HOME)
ADDRESS: 9 NOTRE DAME STREET ROXBURY, MA (CELL)

Vehicles
Role Type Year Make Model Color Reg # State
SEIZED 2003 DODGE CARAVAN GREEN MA
Stolen $ Rec Code Date Rec Rec $ Rec By

Property
Class Description Make Model Serial # Value
DRUGS HEROIN 1

Officer Report: 13044121 – 1 / COLLAZO A (268)
Date/Time of Report Type of Report Review Status
11/27/2013 17:57:13 INCIDENT IN PROGRESS

Narrative
On November, 27th 2013, I Detective Ariel Collazo along with the following Detectives; Kevin Shackelford, James Hyde, and James Slattery were working in plain clothes in an undercover capacity as, Narcotics Detectives conducting routine narcotic interdiction surveillance within the Winter Hill area of the City of Somerville.This aforementioned area is considered a high volume drug area due to the historical reputation of illegal drug distribution and personal use. At approximately 3:20pm, I observed an individual known to me as, Mr. Charles Ryan walking with Mr. Nicholas Cunha. Mr. Ryan has been the focus of previous Narcotics related investigations and has been arrested by the Somerville Police Narcotics Unit for violations of the controlled substance laws.Mr. Ryan presently has an open case pending before the Somerville District Court for the Distribution of a Class “A” substance to wit Heroin.

At this time, I observed Mr. Ryan and Mr. Cunha walking on Jacques St. a rolling surveillance was maintained of Mr. Ryan and Mr. Cunha. Surveillance followed Mr. Ryan and Mr. Cunha at which time observations were made of them meeting with a gray motor vehicle bearing a New York registration. I observed Mr. Ryan approach the driver window and a hand exchange occurred between Mr. Ryan and the driver of the gray motor vehicle. At the conclusion of the hand exchange Mr. Ryan and Mr. Cunha departed Jacques St. on foot. Observations were then made of them entering to a awaiting motor vehicle bearing the Massachusetts Registration parked on Wheatland St. The vehicle proceeded to depart the area and then stop and park at Winter Hill Market. All three occupants then exited the vehicle. Mr. Ryan was observed entering Dragon Star Chinese Restaurant and exiting quickly. The driver later identified as PERSON OF INTEREST, Mr. Ryan and Mr. Cuhna entered the vehicle and left the area. A rolling surveillance was again maintained,as the motor vehicle proceeded along Grant St. passing by the Elizabeth Peabody house. The vehicle then turned left onto Sydney St. then a right onto Taylor St. The vehicle then took a right onto Mystic Ave. and parking in front of Mystic flowers. Mr. Ryan exited the vehicle and walk and entered the Salvadorean restaurant. Seconds later Mr. Ryan exited the restaurant and walked back to the awaiting vehicle and stood at the passenger door. At this point Mr. Cunha exited the vehicle and left the area with Mr. Ryan and both men entered the Salvadorean restaurant. At this point myself along with East 4 Officer Capasso and Officer Khoury and Det. Hyde and Slattery conducted a motor vehicle stop for the purpose of conducting a threshold inquiry. Mr. Ryan and Mr. Cunha observed the police lights and motor vehicle stop as they both exited the restaurant and fled on foot down Mystic Ave and running along Wheatland St. Mr. Ryan ignored several verbal orders to cease his flight Mr. Ryan was subsequently apprehended after a foot pursuit by Det. Hyde and Slattery. Det. Slattery observed Mr. Ryan discard 4 men watches to the ground. A search of Mr. Ryans person revealed $ 968.00 U. S. currency stored inside of his left pants pocket. Post-Miranda Mr. Ryan offered conflicting statements regarding the total amount of the currency and its root of origin.

After a subsequent search of the area Mr. Nicholas Cunha was observed walking down Mystic Ave. Mr. Cunha was brought back to the Salvadorean restaurant and scene of this incident. While conducting a search of the motor vehicle in question several unused hypodermic needles / syringes along with a loaded needle were located in the back pack belonging to Mr. Cunha. This needle contained a liquefied substance believed to be Heroin that was perceived as in preparation for personal use. Post – Miranda Mr. Cunha acknowledged that the backpack belonged to him.

In furtherance of this investigation interviews were conducted of individuals involved in this incident. It was learned during the course of the interviews that Mr. Ryan was allegedly distributing various quantities of Heroin to perspective Heroin customers. It was further learned that Mr. Ryan currently stored a quantity of Heroin (11 bags of a substance believed to be Heroin) inside of an electronic clavo / hidden compartment that was the product of an after market installation inside of the motor vehicle in question. As a result of the interviews and corresponding cooperation the clavo / hidden compartment was located and searched. The results realized of the clavo / hidden compartment supported the interviewee allegation. In addition further incriminating information was realized regarding Mr. Ryans alleged Heroin distribution operation.
The following items were taken and placed into evidence 11 clear knotted baggies (Evidence tag # 13044121-1)
and $968.00 in US Currency (Evidence tag # 13044121-2). I would note that the criminal activity engaged in by the defendants and violations of the controlled substance laws occurred in and within 300 feet of the Elizabeth Peabody House Daycare Center a certified Daycare recognized by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

 

Somerville Police Arrest Log week of 11/25/13

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11/25/2013 08:10:00 6 MYRTLE ST HARDING , DALE 06/22/1987 6 MYRTLE STREET SOMERVILLE MA
WITNESS, INTIMIDATE C268 S13,B
FIREARM, CARRY WITH AMMUNITION
FIREARM, DISCHARGE WITHIN 500
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY +$250,

FIREARM WITHOUT FID CARD, POSS
ASSAULT W/DANGEROUS WEAPON c26
A&B WITH DANGEROUS WEAPON c26
11/26/2013 09:00:55 345 SOMERVILLE AVE VIEIRA , RONILSON 02/18/1966 1191 LOCUST ST. WOBURN MA UNLICENSED OPERATION OF MV c90
11/27/2013 15:31:41 406 MYSTIC AVE SMITH , TERRY 02/26/1979 312 BROADWAY SOMERVILLE MA LICENSE SUSPENDED, OP MV WITH
11/27/2013 15:31:41 406 MYSTIC AVE CUNHA , NICHOLAS 07/30/1979 427 BUNKER HILL ST CHARLESTOWN MA HEROIN, BEING PRESENT WHERE KE
CONSPIRACY TO VIOLATE DRUG LAW
11/27/2013 15:31:41 406 MYSTIC AVE RYAN , CHARLES 01/23/1975 9 NOTRE DAME STREET ROXBURY MA CONSPIRACY TO VIOLATE DRUG LAW
DRUG VIOLATION NEAR SCHOOL c94
DRUG, POSSESS TO DISTRIB CLASS
11/29/2013 01:04:17 77 MIDDLESEX AVE TRAINA , DANIEL 09/25/1986 39 HIGH STREET REVERE MA LARCENY OVER $250 c266 S30
11/29/2013 22:28:05 BROADWAY BLOOM , CORY 06/30/1988 114 WELLINGTON HILL STREET MATTAPAN MA LICENSE SUSPENDED, OP MV WITH,
VCO POSSESSION OF DANGEROUS WE
OUI LIQUOR c90 S24
11/30/2013 22:14:36 1374 BROADWAY OGUNWUMI , KOKUMO 11/06/1954 1374 BROADWAY SOMERVILLE MA A&B c265 S13A
11/30/2013 22:43:43 BROADWAY ETIENNE , CURT 05/15/1974 75 CROSS STREET SOMERVILLE MA LICENSE NOT IN POSSESSION c90
UNREGISTERED MOTOR VEHICLE c90
LICENSE SUSPENDED, OP MV WITH,
LICENSE NOT IN POSSESSION c90
LICENSE SUSPENDED, OP MV WITH
12/01/2013 11:18:41 14 MCGRATH HWY RYAN , DANIEL 06/09/1965 DISORDERLY CONDUCT c272 S53
TRESPASS c266 S120

 
 
Arrest of the Week
Santana arrest
On November 12th, 2013, I Detective Kevin Shackelford along with Detectives Sgt. David Monte, James Hyde, Ariel Collazo and Detective McNally were working plain clothes in an undercover capacity as, Narcotics Detectives.At approximately 1:15pm, I had initiated surveillance in the Home Depot parking located at 75 Mystic Ave. Somerville.  This area has been a known narcotics “hot spot” and has been the focus of prior narcotics related investigations (surveillance) which have resulted in numerous arrests.  There has also been several Heroin related overdoses in parked motor vehicles in the past.While conducting surveillance, at approximately 1:30pm, I observed a blue Ford Explorer Massachusetts Registration #  with two occupants pull into parking lot and park (both occupants remained in the vehicle). I queried the status of the vehicle on my mobile leaps data terminal.  The Registry indicated that the vehicle was registered to a  ).  A board of probation check revealed that suspect  had numerous prior drug related offenses as well as several Guilty’s to include incarceration for Trafficking a Class “B” Controlled Substance.After approximately four minutes, I observed suspect exit the vehicle alone and stand at the front door to the Home Depot.  I observed   suspect on her cellular phone looking around.  Within one minute, I observed a grey Nissan Quest van Massachusetts Registration #  pull up to the front of the Home Depot and  suspect  entered the front passenger side.  The vehicle drove approximately twenty five feet, stopped and suspect  exited.  suspect  immediately proceeded back to her vehicle.  Based on my observations (to include information obtained via Leaps), training, experience, and this known location, I believed this “quick” meet to be consistent with how street level narcotics transactions are sometimes conducted.When suspect entered her vehicle, Detective Collazo and I conducted a stop of suspect and her passenger identified as,   ).  Detective Hyde conducted a stop of the grey Nissan Quest (MA reg # ) when it reached the Kmart parking lot.Upon our approach, with our badges displayed, I asked suspect to exit the vehicle.  Detective Collazo read suspect  her Miranda Warnings and then conducted a search of her person.  Detective Collazo discovered a small clear plastic bag containing brownish powder in her jacket pocket.  Based on our training and experience, we believed this substance to Heroin, a Class “A” Controlled Substance. At that time,  . suspect made several incriminating statements to include purchasing the bag of Heroin from the individual she had just met with for the amount of $40.At the time of the motor vehicle stop of defendant Edwin Santana Detective Hyde advised him of his constitutional rights pursuant to Miranda. Post-Miranda defendant Santana responded to several inquiries regarding his recent whereabouts. Santana stated that he recently departed from his residence located at 169 Bunkerhill St. Charlestown, MA. Santana explained that he then went to Dorchester, MA. and proceeded directly to the sight of the motor vehicle stop conducted at the Kmart retail store parking lot. Questioned regarding any stops made along his route of travel and defendant Santana responded in the negative. Santana denied picking up suspect while travelling to his destination.

After Detective Collazo’s discovery, Detective Hyde was notified via the radio.  Detective Hyde then conducted a search of Mr. Santana’s person.  Detective Hyde discovered a clear plastic bag with 14 small clear plastic bags containing brownish powder believed to Heroin, a Class “A” Controlled Substance in his pants.  Detective Hyde further discovered two cellular phones and $211 in U.S. Currency in three separate stacks ($40,$60, $111). One stack was a separate $40 which confirms suspect statement.

Mr. Santana was placed under arrest for distribution of Heroin, a Class “A” Controlled Substance, Conspiracy to violate the Narcotics Laws and Possession with the intent to distribute “Heroin”, a Class “A” Controlled Substance.  Mr. Santana was transported to the Somerville Police Department via Somerville Marked Unit 200, to be booked by, Sgt. Marino.  The grey Nissan Quest, Massachusetts Registration #  was towed.

 
 
 
Libby arrest
On November 12, 2013, I was in full uniform and assigned along with Ofc Monaco in Somerville marked unit 199 (Special Operations). While traveling East on Broadway, a public way within the city of Somerville, I randomly queried the status of MA reg 581NJ2, a 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee. The vehicle came back active, however, the owners license status came back SUSPENDED for OUI. Ofc Monaco activated the emergency lights and siren stopping the vehicle on Blakeley Ave at Mcgrath Hwy, both Public Ways within the City of Somerville. I identified the operator as the owner, Ms. Jennifer Libby DOB 12/29/1986 (OLN#S79682827). I placed Libby under arrest for the above listed offense. She was transported to the station in Somerville marked unit 200, operated by Officer Teves. She was booked in the usual manner by Lt. A. Rymill. The vehicle was towed from the scene by Pats tow. I issued Libby MA criminal Citation R3373336 for Operating after Suspension for OUI (90/23).
 
 
 
Daniel Arrest
I was working in uniformed patrol in car East Two.I responded to a call for a man flipping out in the CPCU Credit Union.Upon my arrival the suspect had all ready left. I spoke with witness1witness 2and witness 3about the incident. I also have video and pictures from the video of the incident.
w1 stated that Mr. Daniel who regularly comes into the Credit Union,
as he was entering the Credit Union kicked in the bottom glass to the foyer door.
The Credit Union was open for business at this time. He then walked up to w2  and yelled that she had hung up on him. He had called earlier asking about his parents accounts,she had to put him on hold to answer another call,when she was able to get back to him he was no longer on the line.
w3 who is the Branch Manager heard the commotion and came out of her office.She saw that he was in an agitated state and that he was frightening her employees.Tiago Daniel  told her that he could pay for the damage and that he could buy the bank and he could fight a hundred guys,he then turned and punched a framed picture breaking the glass and damaging the frame.
The panic alarm had been activated ,and also w1 who was upstairs was called and he came downstairs and stood between  Tiago Daniel and the Credit Union employees. w1 heard Tiago Daniel say he could kick ass,fight one hundred guys . w1 said no one is going to fight we have called the police
Mr. Daniel then started emptying his pockets saying  I have a lawyer and I can pay,he then handed w1 is business card and left the Credit union.
Mr. Daniel turned himself into the Police department where I placed him under arrest for Malicious Destruction of Property over 250> and for disturbing the peace.
 
 
Mendes arrest
The following is a brief summary pertaining to Incident #13042654:On Thursday, November 14, 2013, I was working in marked unit East-1.  At approximately 12:50 P.M. I was traveling east on Mystic Avenue towards Temple Street. As I turned right onto Temple Street I noticed a dark colored Volkswagon bearing Massachusetts registration  .  As I drove past this vehicle I randomly queried this registration via my cruiser laptop.  I looked into the window of the vehicle and saw three males inside.  The operator was known to me as Mr. Robert Lara.  I had just encountered Mr. Lara less than a month ago in the passenger side of a red Ford Explorer.  As I continued driving up Temple Street the results of my registration query returned and revealed that the plates belonged to a red Ford Explorer.  The vehicle was registered to a .  I remembered that it was  who I had previously stopped on October 22, 2013 with Mr. Lara sitting in the passenger side of the Explorer and two other people seated in the back.  I turned my cruiser around in an attempt to stop the Volkswagon.  As I could now see the Volkswagon traveling along Mystic Avenue, I turned on my emergency blue lights and siren and subsequently stopped the Volkswagon on Mystic Avenue near Shore Drive, all public ways in the city of Somerville.  I would note it took several seconds for the vehicle to pull over after my initial attempt to stop the Volkswagon.As I walked up to the Volkswagon I could smell an intense smell of fresh marijuana.  I walked up to the operator, Mr. Lara, and asked for his license and registration.  Mr. Lara handed me his license and stated he did not have the registration but had a title for the vehicle.  Mr. Lara handed me the title and I matched the VIN to what was on the vehicle.  I asked the passenger, later identified as Mr. Ronnie Mendes, and the rear seat passenger, Mr. Ricardo Mendes for some identification as neither were wearing their seat belts.  At this time, marked unit East-4, Officer Capasso, arrived on scene as backup.  Officer Capasso quickly walked up to the vehicle and turned to me and stated that he smelled a strong scent of fresh marijuana in the vehicle.  I explained to Officer Capasso that I had the same reaction he did.Officer Capasso waited near the Volkswagon as I returned to my cruiser in order to query the VIN and the occupants of the vehicle.  As I started my query I could see Officer Capasso pointing inside the motor vehicle.  Officer Capasso then asked Mr. Lara to shut the vehicle off and give him the keys.  Officer Capasso placed the keys on top of the vehicle and reached into the vehicle.  Officer Capasso retrieved a small wooden baseball bat that  Ricardo Mendes attempted to hide under his body inside the vehicle.  Officer Capasso stated he saw Ricardo Mendes moving something while seated and that it appeared his pants were undone.  Ricardo Mendes stated he was trying to put the bat out of the way.  As Officer Capasso took control of the bat he secured it out of the reach of the three occupants.I queried the VIN via my cruiser laptop and found the vehicle to be unregistered to a Volkswagon GTI.  I was also able to query Mr. Lara for a license status and found out that his license was suspended.  At this time, I radioed to street supervisor, Sergeant DiGregorio, and was granted permission to tow the unregistered Volkswagon.  During a query of both Ricardo and Ronnie Mendes I found that Ricardo Mendes had an active warrant for his arrest for intimidation of a witness, juror, police, or court official.  I explained my findings to Officer Capasso and informed him I would be placing Mr. Lara and Ricardo Mendes under arrest.At this time, I explained to Mr. Lara that his license was suspended to which he acknowledged already knowing.  I placed Mr. Lara into custody.  Officer Capasso asked Mr. Lara if he had anything on his person such as a weapon or drugs.  We informed Mr. Lara that the Somerville Police does an inventory on each person arrested.  Mr. Lara opened his pants and stated he had some marijuana down his pants.  Mr. Lara stated he had two bags and that he would retrieve them.  Please see Officer Capasso’s supplemental report for further information.As Mr. Lara was seated on the sidewalk, I noticed Ricardo and Ronnie Mendes appeared to be moving inside the vehicle.  I went into the driver’s side of the vehicle and asked what both males were doing?  Neither male said anything.  I asked both males if either of them had a weapon on their person.?  Ronnie Mendes stated he had a knife in his front left pocket.  Ronnie Mendes reached for the knife until I asked him not to touch the knife.  He continued toward the knife and I grabbed a hold of his hand for officer safety purposes and retrieved a blue pocket knife from his pants pocket.  As I tried to open the knife it sprung open and I found it was actually a switch blade knife.  I walked over to the passenger side of the vehicle, and asked Ronnie Mendes to exit the car.  As he did, I placed Ronnie Mendes under arrest for carrying a dangerous weapon.  I would like to note that as Ronnie stepped out of the motor vehicle the strong odor of fresh marijuana became stronger.  I asked Ronnie Mendes if he had anything else on him.  Ronnie stated, “I have some weed.”  Ronnie attempted to swing his arms into his pants and reach into his groin area.  Ronnie stated that the marijuana was inside his pants.  Ronnie then retrieved a clear plastic baggy containing 28 other clear, individual plastic baggies.  Each of these small plastic baggies contained a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana.  I would like to note that due to my training and experience, I believe this marijuana to be packaged for distribution and not for personal use.  Ronnie Mendes was seated next to Mr. Lara on the sidewalk at this time.

Finally, I asked Ricardo Mendes to step out of the vehicle. I explained to Ricardo that there was an active warrant for his arrest.  Ricardo was placed into custody without incident.  While the three males were sitting next to one another I read them their Miranda warnings from a card I keep in my uniform pocket.  Each male, one by one, stated that they understood their rights.  While speaking to Ronnie Mendes, I asked him how long he had the marijuana.  Ronnie replied that he had just got it.  I then asked Ronnie why he had that much on him.  Ronnie stated, “I needed to make some extra money so I figured this would help.”

The three males were transported to Somerville Police Headquarters via marked unit 200, Officer Gardner, where they were booked into the usual manner by Lieutenant A. Rymill.  All drugs and weapons will be placed into evidence by Detective McNally and will be available upon request.  Please refer to Detective McNally’s report for a descriptive report of any and all seized evidence.  Each occupant of the motor vehicle received a Massachusetts Uniform Citation for their offenses.  The Volkswagon was towed via Pat’s Tow and the plates were turned into the registry of motor vehicle.  Please see any and all supplemental reports for this incident

 
Rodrigues Arrest
 On November 14, 2003 at approx. 9:20 PM while in marked unit Special Operations 199. Officer Tim Sullivan queried MA Reg  travelling east on Broadway at School Street, both streets are public ways within the City of Somerville. The listing came back active but the registered owner, Julien Restrepo had an active default warrant for his arrest and the inspection sticker on the vehicle was expired. We activated our blue lights and stopped the vehicle at Broadway and Walnut St. I approached the vehicle and asked the driver, Julien Restrepo for his license and registration and explained why I had stopped him. At this time Detectives Jim Hyde and Ariel Collazo acting as back-up approached the vehicle. Could smell a strong odor of FRESH UNBURNT marijuana emitting from this vehicle. Officer Sullivan and both Detectives concurred with this finding when I asked them if they also smelled the unburnt marijuana odor.
I confirmed the warrant through Somerville Control and asked Restrepo to step out and placed him under arrest. At this time I asked him if there were any narcotics in the vehicle and he stated, ” There is a dime on the console.” After Detective Hyde  removed the passenger, identified by his MA ID as Joel Rodriguez ( DOB 01-19-1986 ) I looked inside a blue and tan backpack that Rodriguez admitted owning and opened it. Inside was a large bag of green leafy vegetable substance that in my training and experience was marijuana. Detective Hyde then read Rodriguez his Miranda Rights and Rodriguez answered in the affirmative that he understood and would answer questions without a lawyer present. Detective Hyde then asked where he got the Marijuana and Rodriguez stated,: “I was arrested in May for the same thing and lost a bunch of weed so I got this from my guy in Roxbury on consignment to sell and break even with my dealer and then quit selling drugs.”
I placed Rodriguez under arrest for Possession Class D with Intent to Sell and Possession Class D with Intent to sell in a School Zone. Note that we passed within 300 feet of  the Elizabeth Peabody House Daycare Center, a licensed daycare facility located across the street from the motor vehicle stop. A further search of the blue backpack turned up 5 other small baggies of marijuana packaged individually for sale. 1 silver grinder and 1 black grinder. 1 small baggie of marijuana was located in the center console.
Julien Restrepo was placed under arrest for the warrant and Joel Rodriguez was placed under arrest for Possession Class D with Intent to Sell and Possession Class D with Intent to Sell in a School Zone. The vehicle was towed by Pats Tow and both defendants transported to the station via 200 and booked by Lt Mulcahy.
1 blue back pack, All baggies,2 grinders,2 cell phones and $240 US Currency from Rodriguez were confiscated and marked as evidence and placed into secure evidence locker #4. Detective Jim McNally weighed the marijuana and it totaled 139.75 grams.
 
 
Angulo arrest
The members of the Somerville Police Department Drug/ Vice Control Unit have been conducting an ongoing investigation regarding the criminal offense of sexual conduct for a fee. As an investigative tool the monitoring of various classified advertisements utilized to solicit sexual services is routinely conducted, in an attempt to curb the illegal sex trade in our city.

On November 14th the aforementioned advertisements were again monitored by members of the Somerville Police Department Drug / Vice Control Unit. While perusing through the assorted advertisements, an advertisement offering transsexual sexual services for a fee was observed. Insp. James Hyde responded to the advertisement via cellular telephone  number  (AKA Claudia).  A female/male later identified as Mr. William Angulo quoted Insp. Hyde a fee of  $200.00 per hour for sexual services. Ms/Mr. William Angulo also instructed Insp. Hyde to call him/her when he arrived at the hotel located at 30 Washington St. Somerville. Insp. Hyde called Ms/Mr. Angulo once he arrived at the hotel and she instructed him  to go to room #500.  Detectives Ariel Collazo, Detective James McNallly and I, Detective Shackelford set up surveillance within the hotel. 

Upon his arrival to room #500, Ms/Mr. Angulo opened door #500.  Ms/Mr. Angulo invited Insp. Hyde to enter the room. It was noted at this time Ms/Mr. Angulo was dressed in provocative attire.  Once inside the room, Ms/Mr. Angulo displayed his/her breasts and encouraged Insp. Hyde to disrobe.  At this time Ms/Mr Angulo attempted to submerge Insp. Hyde face between her exposed breasts. Ms/Mr Angulo proceeded to digitally grope Insp. James Hyde genitalia region. Ms/Mr Angulo conversed regarding anticipated sexual tryst and told Insp. Hyde he/she was equipped to do so having sexual protection ( condom ) available. Insp. Hyde as instructed by Ms/Mr Angulo placed a payment of $200.00 on a table currency which was monies drawn from  the Somerville Police Investigative fund for one hour of sexual service. Ms/Mr Angulo proceeded to digitally display his/her anus and penal area.   

Insp. James Hyde  via a pre-arranged signal notified members of the entry team to enter the room and place the defendant Ms/Mr. Angulo under arrest.

Detective Hyde turned into evidence seven Condoms (various styles).

Ms/Mr. Angulo was transported to the Somerville Police Station via Somerville Marked Unit 200, Officer DeOliveira to be booked by, Sgt. DeGregorio.
 
 
Pierre arrest
 
On November 13, 2013, I received an incident report from A victim, a teacher at Somerville High School. 
 
Her report states, (On November 12, 2013) “At approximately 2:45, Lorreno Pierre came into my office (259). I was sitting in my chair working/typing at my computer. Lorreno asked me if I had any Halloween candy. The question stemmed from a discussion that we had the previous week about Halloween. I mentioned that I was bringing in the extra candy for the teachers.
 
I answered Lorreno’s question that I did have a bag of candy on the table and that he could grab a couple of pieces. Lorreno said, ‘thanks.’ Our conversation ended and I turned away from him. I proceeded to work and type on my computer. A second later I noticed Lorreno approach me from behind. I was sitting facing my computer, in my chair. Lorreno came behind my chair and wrapped his arms around my chair and touched the side of my arms. I began to curl down when I felt his arms. His hands lightly grabbed my chest and I tightened up. He released his grip and I stared at him awkwardly. I couldn’t speak. Lorreno walked to the other side of the office and said to my student teacher,  that he ‘wanted to marry me.’
 
After Lorreno left, I called   at 3:00 P.M. to report the incident. I thought   was Lorreno’s Housemaster, but he referred me to  who is Lorreno’s Housemaster. I reported the incident to   at 3:17 pm.”
 
 
I spoke to   on 11/13/13 in the Head Master’s office.     was present for the meeting.   recounted the events she detailed in her incident report. She made it clear that Lorreno’s action of touching her was inappropriate and unwelcome.
 
After speaking to  , I contacted Lorreno’s House Master,  .   went to classroom #336 and brought Lorreno Pierre to the Head Master’s conference room.
 
In the conference room, I told Mr. Pierre what he was accused of. I gave him his Miranda Rights. He acknowledged he understood his rights. He then exercised his right to remain silent. I asked no questions of Mr. Pierre. 
 
I placed Lorreno Pierre into custody and called for car 200, officer T. Gardner, to transport him to the police station. While waiting for car 200, Lorreno stated, “I gave her a hug, that’s all I did.” 
 
Officer T. Gardner arrived shortly thereafter. Officer Gardner patted down Mr. Pierre before seating him car 200. Officer Gardner recovered a folding knife from his coat pocket and handed it to me. The knife had a black handle and a four inch blade. Lorreno Pierre was transported to the station and booked by Lt. C. Vivolo.
 
Hayes /Webb arrest
 Hayes /Webb  is a domestic both parties where arrested. Dual arrest both parties are victims please dont release names.
 
Janeiro arrest
On November 12, 2013 at around 1pm, I was in full uniform on a paid detail assignment at the intersection of School and Medford Street ,Somerville. At that time, I observed an individual identified as Patrick Janeiro, near a white Chevy Traverse with Ma registration  , parked at the intersection of School and Montrose Street, one block away from where I was positioned.Mr. Janeiro was riding a bycicle and pulled right next to the Traverse (Ma  ). He later leaned the bycicle on a nearby fence and attempted to view the contents inside the motor vehicle. I placed myself out of Mr. Janeiro’s view, and observed him pull the rear passenger door of the Traverse open, and rifled through the contents on the back seat. He later opened the front passenger door and repeated the same behavior.Mr. Janeiro appeared to have placed something in his jacket pocket and walked away from the vehicle. I made my way to Mr. Janeiro’s location and placed him in custody. The owner of the Traverse was identified as a  . v did not immediately notice anything missing from her vehicle. Nothing was found in Mr. Janeiro’s jacket pocketsI later observed a Staples Reward’s card (  on the ground right next to where  Defendant Janeiro was standing. v  said the card was her property and she left it in the middle console of the vehicle. She also said she left the Traverse unlocked. It appeared that Defendant Janeiro removed the card from the vehicle.Mr. Janeiro was transported to Somerville Police Headquarters where he was booked by Sergeant John Marino. He was charged with the crime of Breaking and Entering a Motor Vehicle in The Daytime to Commit a Felony (MGL Ch 266 s18).
 
 
Cargill arrest
This is a summary of events that occurred on 11/11/2013 at approximately 8:05PM, I Officer Faria, along with Officer Diaz, were dispatched to 328 Somerville Ave., the former New Asia restaurant, for unknown trouble.

Upon arrival I spoke to  , the owner of the property.    explained to me that a Marsha Cargill DOB 06/27/1969 was a former tenant of the property. v  stated that Ms. Cargill had no authorization to stay in the restaurant.  

Ms. Cargill stated "then why do I have a key?"  At that point I asked v  why she would have a key to her restaurant and she stated when Ms. Cargill was a tenant, the toilets at the residential part of the property backed up, so she allowed her tenants at that time to use the bathroom in the restaurant but when Ms. Cargill left she never returned the restaurant keys to v.

Myself and Officer Diaz asked Ms Cargill to gather her stuff and leave the restaurant because she was not authorized to live there.  We gave Ms. Cargill ample time to gather her belongings and the entire time Ms. Cargill was collecting her belongings she was calling v numerous insulting names.

Ms. Cargill was asked numerous times to gather her belongings and leave the property.  Before Ms. Cargill got all her belongings out of the restaurant, she ran out of the front door and grabbed ahold of a drill that two workers were using to  change the lock to the restaurant  and proceeded to throw it over the fence onto the neighboring property.  Again I asked Ms. Cargill to get in her vehicle and leave the area but instead she began again to yell and screaming in the parking lot, to a point that the patrons from Sally O'Brien, across the street stopped what they were doing to observe Ms. Cargill tumultuous and unnecessary behavior.  

After numerous chances for Ms. Cargill to leave the premises, she was placed under arrest for disturbing the peace (C272 S53) and trespassing (C266 S120).  

As we were attempting to place Ms. Cargill into the transport wagon, she continued to yell and scream to a point that vehicles were now stopping on Somerville Ave. to observe Ms. Cargill's behavior.  One vehicle stopped and I observed the passenger look over to Ms. Cargill and state "that is the crazy women."

Ms. Cargill was transported to the station via unit 200 by Officer Mark Nevin and booked in the proper manner by Lt. Vivolo.
arrest log week of 11/11/13
11/11/2013 15:44:54 520 COLUMBIA ST MONTANO , JOSE 08/30/1982 122 CENTRAL AVENUE CHELSEA MA RAPE c265 S22  
11/11/2013 20:05:53 328 SOMERVILLE AVE CARGILL , MARSHA 06/27/1969 338 SOMERVILLE AVENUE SOMERVILLE MA DISTURBING THE PEACE c272 S53  
            TRESPASS c266 S120  
11/12/2013 13:20:04   MONTROSE ST JANEIRO , PATRICK 06/12/1990 3 WALTER TERR SOMERVILLE MA B AND E VEHICLE,BOAT DAYTIME F  
11/12/2013 13:40:24 77 MIDDLESEX AVE SANTANA , EDWIN 05/13/1978 169 BUNKER HILL ST CHARLESTOWN MA CONSPIRACY TO VIOLATE DRUG LAW  
            DRUG, DISTRIBUTE CLASS A c94C  
            DRUG, POSSESS TO DISTRIB CLASS  
11/12/2013 16:58:43 709 MCGRATH HWY LIBBY , JENNIFER 12/29/1986 75 LEPAGE LN. GLOUCESTER MA LICENSE SUSPENDED FOR OUI, OPE  
11/12/2013 16:58:43 709 MCGRATH HWY DEROSA , MICHAEL 10/13/1982     MISCELLANEOUS MUNIC ORDINANCE/
11/12/2013 17:43:35 269 BROADWAY PEREIRA , ROBERTO 12/19/1976     SIGNAL, FAIL TO c90 S14B
              UNLICENSED OPERATION OF MV c90
11/13/2013 07:14:23 26 CENTRAL RD DUNCAN , JASON 06/26/1979 20 CENTRAL ROAD SOMERVILLE MA   DANGEROUS WEAPON, CARRY c269 S
              B AND E FOR MISDEMEANOR C266 S
              RESISTING ARREST c268 S32B
              DRUG, POSSESS CLASS B, SUBSQ.O
              MISCELLANEOUS MUNIC ORDINANCE/
              DRUG, POSSESS CLASS B c94C S34
11/13/2013 09:13:43 345 BEACON ST SMITH , GEORGE 07/19/1965 240 ALBANY STREET CAMBRIDGE MA   A&B ON RETARDED PERSON c265 S1
              DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY -$250,
              LARCENY FROM PERSON c266 S25
11/13/2013 09:58:50 34A NORTH ST SIMEON , BRIAN 06/06/1992 34R NORTH STREET SOMERVILLE MA   B AND E DAYTIME FOR FELONY, PE
              A&B c265 S13A
11/13/2013 12:04:41 91 HIGHLAND AVE PIERRE , LORRENO 06/06/1995 15A MEMORIAL ROAD SOMERVILLE MA INDECENT A&B ON PERSON 14 OR O  
11/13/2013 10:36:54 493 SOMERVILLE AVE DANIEL , TIAGO 01/28/1990 179 SCHOOL STREET SOMERVILLE MA DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY +$250,  
            DISORDERLY CONDUCT c272 S53  
11/13/2013 17:53:42   MCGRATH HWY MALDONADO , LUIS 05/02/1971 224A DRAKESIDE RD. HAMPTON NH   LICENSE SUSPENDED, OP MV WITH
11/13/2013 18:05:35 9 AVON PL HAYES , CHANTE 10/24/1987 25 BUSINESS TERRACE BOSTON MA A&B c265 S13A  
11/13/2013 18:05:35 9 AVON PL WEBB , SHAWNA 05/26/1992 9 AVON PL SOMERVILLE MA A&B c265 S13A  
11/13/2013 20:05:37 77 MIDDLESEX AVE GUZMAN , JUAN 04/29/1976     INSPECTION/STICKER, NO c90 S20
11/13/2013 20:05:37 77 MIDDLESEX AVE GUZMAN , JUAN 04/29/1976 9 GILMAN ST, SOMERVILLE MA   INSPECTION/STICKER, NO c90 S20
11/14/2013 12:55:35   MYSTIC AVE MENDES , RICARDO 11/28/1993 41 AVON ST. MALDEN MA   WITNESS, INTIMIDATE C268 S13,B
11/14/2013 12:55:35   MYSTIC AVE MENDES , RONNIE 02/22/1995 10C MEMORIAL RD. SOMERVILLE MA DRUG, POSSESS TO DISTRIB CLASS  
            DANGEROUS WEAPON, CARRY c269 S  
11/14/2013 12:55:35   MYSTIC AVE LARA , ROBERT 01/02/1990 42 VINE ST. LYNN MA ATTACHING WRONG MOTOR VEHICLE  
            LICENSE SUSPENDED, OP MV WITH  
            UNREGISTERED MOTOR VEHICLE c90  
11/14/2013 21:29:55   BROADWAY RESTREPO , JULIAN 08/22/1991 178 SPRINGVALE AVE EVERETT MA   LICENSE SUSPENDED, OP MV WITH
11/14/2013 21:29:55   BROADWAY RODRIGUEZ , JOEL 01/19/1986 15 WALDEN RD ROXBURY MA DRUG, POSSESS TO DISTRIB CLASS  
            DRUG VIOLATION NEAR SCHOOL c94  
11/15/2013 09:51:41 76 MIDDLESEX AVE MCCOMISKEY , MATTHEW 09/26/1979 46 RICHDALE AVENUE SOMERVILLE MA   RECEIVE STOLEN PROPERTY +$250
               
11/15/2013 17:24:43 30 WASHINGTON ST ANGULO , WILLIAM 03/26/1984 15111ARCHWOOD ST VAN NUYS CA SEXUAL CONDUCT FOR FEE c272 S5  
11/17/2013 20:10:32 20 BROOK ST FLORES-CHAVEZ , OSMAR 01/03/1994 8 CHESTER AVENUE CHELSEA MA   FURNISHING FALSE NAME OR SOCIA
              UNLICENSED OPERATION OF MV c90
              MOTOR VEH, LARCENY OF c266 S28
 
 
Cunniff arrest
The following is a brief summary of the facts pertaining to Incident 13041490:On November 4, 2013, I was working my assigned shift in marked cruiser East 4.  At 15:03 hours the Somerville Police 911 received a phone call from a 14 year old girl, claiming that she was assaulted by her step-father.  I responded with Officer Sal Fusco, in marked cruiser East 1, and arrived at   Mystic Ave   a few minutes later.I spoke with the 14 year old child, who I will refer to as Child-1.  Child-1 lives at   Mystic Ave.  , Somerville, during the school week, and is looked after by her grandmother,  .  Child-1 stays at her parents residence during the weekends, and when there is no school.   mother, and Anthony Cundiff, step-father, live at 44 John Eliot Square #40, Roxbury, MA.Child-1 told me that she had an argument with her step-father, Anthony Cundiff.  Child-1 did not want to bring her school bag to Cundiff’s residence, and he insisted that she did.  Child-1 tried to put her school bag away, and Cundiff grabbed her by the throat and pushed her up against a wall in the living room.  While he did this, he stated, I told you to take your bag, now get it and bring it.   , grandmother, intervened during this altercation and separated both people.  Child-1 fled to her room, Cundiff followed.  Cundiff told her to get her bag and leave the home with him.  Child-1 refused, and Cundiff again grabbed her by the throat and pushed her into a wall in the bedroom.  Child-1 tripped on some toys, and fell hard against the wall.  She hit her head, and sustained a bump.  Cundiff approached her and was yelling.  Cundiff struck Child-1 with an open hand on the side of her face.  Child-1 has dark skin, however, I could see an area that looked as if it had been hit.  At this point Cundiff left, taking the book bag and throwing into the middle of the parking area.  Cundiff then left the area.At this point Child-1 called 9-1-1.  Child-1 was provided with minor medical attention at the scene, and denied transport to the hospital.  Officer Fusco spoke with grand mother, and she confirmed the series of events that we were told. she  was visibly shaken and upset during the entire time we were there.I spoke with  , mother, on the phone, and explained the incident to her. she did not seem to agree with me, stating that I did not know what had taken place previously to make Cundiff act in the manner he did.  She told me that Child-1 is very difficult and does not listen and that is why this occurred.  I then explained to her, that no matter what the disagreement, Cundiff has the duty to protect and care for Child-1, and should not be using physical violence against her.  I then told mom that I would be charging Cundiff with A&B, and requested that he turn himself into the Somerville Police.At 7:00 PM, Anthony Cundiff turned himself into the Somerville Police Station.  He was booked by Lt. Vivolo.  I interviewed Anthony for a few moments initially, and he did tell me that an incident occurred, however, he claimed that Child-1 was the primary aggressor and stated that he did not try and hurt Child-1, only stop her from hurting him.  He denied hitting her, or grabbing her, only stating he did push her away from him when she charged at him.I filed a 51A Child Abuse Report with the Department of Children and Families
 
Percival arrest
On November 4, 2013, I was working patrol in marked cruiser East 4.  The Somerville Police Department received a phone call from the State Police that a man, Daniel Percival, was possibly suicidal and was walking on the Highway, Route 93.  A few moments later Officer Pasqualino, Sgt Macarelli, and I responded to   Marshall St, to check if Daniel had made it home yet.We spoke to Daniel’s mother,  , who immediately showed us a copy of an Abuse Prevention 209A Order.  This order named Daniel Percival as the Defendant, and v as the Plaintiff.  The order has been extended several times, and expires on 11/05/2013, and was modified so that only Box 1, NO ABUSE, was checked off.  v  was claiming that over the past several days Daniel had been mentally and verbally abusing her over the phone, and he took her MV and kept it from her for 3 days.  I asked v, where Daniel was, and she told us that he was in the back hallway.While we were present in the home Daniel was banging on the door, kicking the door, attempting to gain access to the home.  Daniel made several statements toward his mother threatening  to break the door down, if it was not opened.  Daniel continued to bang and kick the door.  He continued to yell and scream obscenities.  v  was very scared, for her safety, and that of her other son who was in the home.  She believed that Daniel was under the influence of illegal substances, and that he would harm her if came inside the home.  We believed these actions to be a violation of the 209A Order for No Abuse, due to Daniel’s verbal statements and his violent behavior.I opened the backdoor slightly with SGT Macarelli close by.  Daniel immediately tried to push through.  He was stopped by us, and allowed to enter the kitchen.  In the kitchen we attempted to reason with Daniel that his behavior was not acceptable, and that he was violating the 209A order.  Daniel began to yell at his mother again, saying “Is this what  you want, you want me to get arrested”.  SGT Macarelli was able to get Daniel to calm down momentarily, and he was placed into handcuffs without incident.Daniel appeared to be under the influence of some kind of drug.  His eyes were glassy and red, pupils were pinpointed, and every muscle in his body appeared rigid and stiff.  Also his behavior was not consistent with the behavior I have witnessed from Daniel in the past dealings, when he was sober.Daniel was transported to the Somerville Police Station by the mobile detention unit #200, by Officer Joe Teves.  He was booked by Lt. Mike Mulcahey in the usual manner.  The docket number of the Abuse Prevention Order is 1310-RO-0519.
 
Juvenile arrest 11/5/13
On the above date and time, while in full uniform and assigned to marked unit East 2, I was dispatched to 60 Bow St for a vehicle on fire. Upon my arrival, there was a vehicle (MA reg  ) in front of 60 Bow St with the trunk of the vehicle engulfed in fire. I also noticed a second vehicle (MA reg  ) across the street, which was also engulfed in flames.I quickly, requested additional resources and ask dispatch to call the reporting party because I needed to speak to him in person.  When I spoke to the reporting party, who would later be identified to be   residing at Bow St, and from now on know as the RP.  The RP stated, he had heard a commotions in the drive way to the house.  As the RP looks out into the driveway, the reporting party notices 4-5 males in his driveway.  Shortly, there was anther commotion which made the RP to look out the window and he noticed a Saturn and the Volvo across the street, which was also on fire.
There are supplemental reports to this  that lead the investigators to making arrests. All I can say is a 18 yr old Paul Gambardello along with a juvenile where arrested. Also there is a complaint issued for another juvenile that was involved.
Thanks, TM 

 
Juvenile #2  arrest 11/5/13
On the above date and time I was dispatched to Target Store for a Larceny of a bicycle.Upon arrival I spoke with security personal LP1  and LP2  . lp1 told me that a customer came to them stating that his bike had been stolen.
Security for Target lp2 was able to go back on the video cameras to approximately 3:30 P.M. The Video shows the defendant ride onto Target property on a bike which he locked to the bike rack at Target. He proceeds to enter the store.
juvy  is shown leaving the store . He goes over to the bike rack and steals the victims bike. He is clearly shown leaving on the victims bike which is all black with a cow horn type handlebars .The bike is a racing type bike.juvy is wearing gloves and a distinctive polo Jacket sweatshirt dark colored.
I viewed the tape and was able to see that it was a person that looked like a party known to me named juvy . juvy  lives at   Kilby Street. I went to Kilby Street and observed standing in front of Kilby Street on the steps juvy ,he has a brown goatee which is seen on the video and he was wearing the same polo sweatshirt  with the horse and rider logo on the left side of his chest. He was with some other young men and at this point I called for backup. I was in uniformed patrol in car East Two and Officer Pasqualino in East three arrived on the scene. While I was waiting for my backup I observed in the hallway ,behind an open door the bicycle that had been stolen.The owner had earlier stated to me that he had made the bike and it cost him five hundred dollars to make the bike. I arrested juvy  for Larceny Over and recovered the bicycle. While I was retrieving the bike juvy  uttered that “the bike was unlocked so he took it”. I then read him his Miranda rights which he said he understood,but he continued to insist that because the bike was unlocked and on the ground he could take it. The victim told me earlier that his bike was locked to the bike rack and that when he came out his lock was on the ground,and it was not damaged but that his bike was stolen.juvy also  had on the same gloves.They are white underneath with a blue top.
I spoke to  lp2  again after juvy s arrest and he was able to show me on tape that juvy  went back to the store to retrieve his other bicycle after stealing the victims bike.
 
 
 
Gibbs arrest
The members of the Somerville Police Department Drug/ Vice Control Unit have been conducting an ongoing investigation regarding the criminal offense of sexual conduct for a fee. As an investigative tool the monitoring of various classified advertisements utilized to solicit sexual services is routinely conducted, in an attempt to curb the illegal sex trade in our city.On November 06, 2013 while monitoring this type of sexual activity, members of the Somerville Police Department Drug Control / Vice Unit identified an Internet web site (Backpage.com) that was displaying an advertisement offering services for a fee from an unidentified Somerville location. Detective James Hyde responded to the advertisement via cellular telephone number  . A female later identified as Sonetta Gibbs (DOB 03-24-90) quoted Detective Hyde $60.00 for a twenty minutes, $80.00 for the half hour and $130.00 for the one hour for the sexual services. Sonetta also instructed Det. Hyde to call her when he arrived at the hotel. Detective Hyde called Sonetta once he arrived at the hotel and she instructed him to room 310.Once inside the bedroom Sonetta asked Detective Hyde for the $60.00, $80.00 or the $130.00 of sexual services. Detective Hyde told Sonetta that he would prefer the twenty minute sexual services. Detective Hyde provided Sonetta the $60.00 dollars from funds previously drawn from a Somerville Police Department investigative account. Sonetta counted the money. Sonetta stated that she had rules of engagement while conducting special sexual acts. Sonetta stated she does not assume the top position, no touching of her hair, no kissing and no digital manipulation and or penetration of any bodily orifice. In addition Sonetta agreed to provide anal sex for an additional $20.00 service fee. Detective Hyde then inquired of what’s left and Sonetta stated you get on top or you bend me over. Sonetta disrobed to a state of complete nudity and told Detective Hyde to disrobe as well. Sonetta took out a Magnum Trojan (Evidence #13041789-1) from the night stand and placed the condom on top of the night stand in preparation of the sexual tryst. Detective Hyde via a pre-arranged signal notified members of the Somerville  Police Department  Drug / Vice Control Unit arrest team who in turn entered the room and placed the defendant Sonetta Gibbs under arrest.The defendant was transported to the Somerville Police Station via 200. Sonetta was booked in the usual manner by Lt. A. W. Rymill and afforded all of their rights.
 
Mercado arrest
On the above date and time I responded to Target department store on a report of a shoplifter . On arrival I spoke to LP  who is a loss prevention officer assigned to the store . lp  had a male detained in the office who he was attempting to identify . I asked the male being detained for his information . This party was uncooperative at first and denied he took anything . I instructed the party that he needed to cooperate with the identification process so  Target could take out complaints for his shoplifting . It took a little convincing but I did finally get the information . I was able to confirm the info via the ( MDT) . Once having been identified I now informed Mr. Alexis Mercado that he would need to leave the store and that he was no longer welcome there . Mr.Mercado  exited the office and then refused to exit the store . After numerous request to leave,  Mr. Mercado was placed under arrest .From Speaking to the Loss prevention agent , it appeared Mr.Mercado  had been targeting the store for the past several days . Today he was observed concealing Dr. Scholls foot inserts and some other items  in his jacket pocket .  He was then observed leaving the store with out paying for the items . The agent   followed Mr. Mercado  out trough the parking lot,  stopping him on the sidewalk . At first he did not cooperate but after convincing agreed to return to the store , that when they called the police .  Items taken totaled $17.18 . copy of receipt attached .
Arrest log week of 11/4/13
 
11/04/2013 15:03:33 480 MYSTIC AVE CUNDIFF , ANTHONY 03/04/1981 34 JOHN ELIOT SQUARE ROXBURY MA A&B c265 S13A  
11/04/2013 22:12:35 46 MARSHALL ST PERCIVAL , DANIEL 01/01/1982 46 MARSHALL STREET SOMERVILLE MA ABUSE PREVENTION ORDER, VIOLAT  
11/05/2013 01:13:10 60 BOW ST JUVENILE   60 VINAL AVE SOMERVILLE MA BURN MOTOR VEHICLE c266 S5  
11/05/2013 18:37:09   KILBY ST JUVENILE   12 KILBY STREET SOMERVILLE MA LARCENY OVER $250 c266 S30  
11/05/2013 18:37:09   KILBY ST JUVENILE 17.1917808 6 FOUNTAIN AVENUE SOMERVILLE MA    
11/06/2013 13:39:07   OUTSIDE/BOSTON GAMBARDELLO , PAUL 01/12/1995 1743 DORCHESTER AVE DORCHESTER MA   BURN MOTOR VEHICLE c266 S5
11/06/2013 17:32:18   PEARL ST JEANNITON , HENDY 11/19/1978 142 PEARL STREET SOMERVILLE MA   CONSPIRACY TO VIOLATE DRUG LAW
               
11/06/2013 22:11:42 23 CUMMINGS ST GIBBS , SONETTA 03/24/1990 9186 WILBURY ST. OAK GROVE CA SEXUAL CONDUCT FOR FEE c272 S5  
11/07/2013 08:09:46 345 MEDFORD ST PIERRE , NATHALIE 04/21/1978 16 OTIS STREET SOMERVILLE MA   REGISTRATION SUSPENDED, OP MV
              LICENSE SUSPENDED, OP MV WITH
11/08/2013 11:50:20   BROADWAY CORREIA , MARIO 10/20/1952 68 GOVERNOR WINTHROP RD. SOMERVILLE MA   REGISTRATION SUSPENDED, OP MV
              UNINSURED MV/TRAILER c90 S34J
              UNREGISTERED MOTOR VEHICLE c90
11/08/2013 13:45:24 180 SOMERVILLE AVE MERCADO , ALEXIS 05/11/1972 1 MARCELLA STREET CAMBRIDGE MA SHOPLIFTING BY CONCEALING MDSE  
11/08/2013 14:59:34 454 MEDFORD ST KOLENDA , CASEY 07/13/1986 454 MEDFORD STREET SOMERVILLE MA   STOP FOR POLICE, FAIL c90 S25
              LICENSE SUSPENDED, OP MV WITH
              LIGHTS VIOLATION, MV c90 S7
              IDENTIFY SELF, MV OPERATOR REF
              LICENSE REVOKED AS HTO, OPERAT
              SPEEDING c90 S17
              SPEEDING c90 S17
              NEGLIGENT OPERATION OF MOTOR V
              STOP FOR POLICE, FAIL c90 S25
              LICENSE SUSPENDED, OP MV WITH
              LICENSE/REGIS/PLATES, REFUSE P
              LICENSE SUSPENDED, OP MV WITH
              UNREGISTERED MOTOR VEHICLE c90
              UNINSURED MV/TRAILER c90 S34J

11/04/2013 15:03:33 480 MYSTIC AVE CUNDIFF , ANTHONY 03/04/1981 34 JOHN ELIOT SQUARE ROXBURY MA A&B c265 S13A  
11/04/2013 22:12:35 46 MARSHALL ST PERCIVAL , DANIEL 01/01/1982 46 MARSHALL STREET SOMERVILLE MA ABUSE PREVENTION ORDER, VIOLAT  
11/05/2013 01:13:10 60 BOW ST JUVENILE   60 VINAL AVE SOMERVILLE MA BURN MOTOR VEHICLE c266 S5  
11/05/2013 18:37:09   KILBY ST JUVENILE   12 KILBY STREET SOMERVILLE MA LARCENY OVER $250 c266 S30  
11/05/2013 18:37:09   KILBY ST JUVENILE 17.1917808 6 FOUNTAIN AVENUE SOMERVILLE MA    
11/06/2013 13:39:07   OUTSIDE/BOSTON GAMBARDELLO , PAUL 01/12/1995 1743 DORCHESTER AVE DORCHESTER MA   BURN MOTOR VEHICLE c266 S5
11/06/2013 17:32:18   PEARL ST JEANNITON , HENDY 11/19/1978 142 PEARL STREET SOMERVILLE MA   CONSPIRACY TO VIOLATE DRUG LAW
               
11/06/2013 22:11:42 23 CUMMINGS ST GIBBS , SONETTA 03/24/1990 9186 WILBURY ST. OAK GROVE CA SEXUAL CONDUCT FOR FEE c272 S5  
11/07/2013 08:09:46 345 MEDFORD ST PIERRE , NATHALIE 04/21/1978 16 OTIS STREET SOMERVILLE MA   REGISTRATION SUSPENDED, OP MV
              LICENSE SUSPENDED, OP MV WITH
11/08/2013 11:50:20   BROADWAY CORREIA , MARIO 10/20/1952 68 GOVERNOR WINTHROP RD. SOMERVILLE MA   REGISTRATION SUSPENDED, OP MV
              UNINSURED MV/TRAILER c90 S34J
              UNREGISTERED MOTOR VEHICLE c90
11/08/2013 13:45:24 180 SOMERVILLE AVE MERCADO , ALEXIS 05/11/1972 1 MARCELLA STREET CAMBRIDGE MA SHOPLIFTING BY CONCEALING MDSE  
11/08/2013 14:59:34 454 MEDFORD ST KOLENDA , CASEY 07/13/1986 454 MEDFORD STREET SOMERVILLE MA   STOP FOR POLICE, FAIL c90 S25
              LICENSE SUSPENDED, OP MV WITH
              LIGHTS VIOLATION, MV c90 S7
              IDENTIFY SELF, MV OPERATOR REF
              LICENSE REVOKED AS HTO, OPERAT
              SPEEDING c90 S17
              SPEEDING c90 S17
              NEGLIGENT OPERATION OF MOTOR V
              STOP FOR POLICE, FAIL c90 S25
              LICENSE SUSPENDED, OP MV WITH
              LICENSE/REGIS/PLATES, REFUSE P
              LICENSE SUSPENDED, OP MV WITH
              UNREGISTERED MOTOR VEHICLE c90
              UNINSURED MV/TRAILER c90 S34J
 
 
Fuerestein arrest
On the above date and time while assigned to cruiser West Seven, I was dispatched to the above location for a possible Motor Vehicle vandalism in progress by two white males.

  West Six and myself pulled up at the corner of Sunset and Hillsdale and approached two suspects matching the description the witness gave over the phone.

  I asked the two suspects where they were coming from and they both said a party down the street. I also asked if they knew anything about cars being damaged and they both said no. I asked the two suspects for identification but they both didn't have any.

  At this point West Six was talking to the street Supervisor and the witness. The proper paperwork was filled out to do a show up so the witness could identify both suspects. The witness identified both men as the ones damaging motor vehicles along his street.

  MA Reg #   had the drivers side mirror hanging off and the witness saw both suspects break and kick this car and several other vehicles. When trying to notify the owner there was no answer. The other vehicles that the suspects kicked had the mirrors pushed forward and at this time I don't feel there is monetary damage to these other vehicles. Other vehicles parked along the street had dents and scratches but at this point we were unable to determine if the suspects are responsible for these damages. Based on my training and experience, I know to get this mirror fixed is more than $250.

  Both suspects were placed under arrest for Chap 266 Sec 12 Malicious Destruction Of Property over 250. one count. and if anyone else comes forward with damage appropriate charges will be filed. Sgt Campbell photographs the damage on the primary vehicle.
 
 
Ocallahan Drug arrest
Members of the Somerville Police Department Drug Control Unit in conjunction with members of the Cambridge Police Department Special Investigation Unit and Medford Police Department Drug Control Unit have been conducting an ongoing drug investigation of the above named defendants and their alleged role in the illegal sale and distribution of Heroin. The aforementioned drug investigation was triggered upon cultivating intelligence regarding the Heroin distribution operation from three separate cooperating confidential sources. I would note that the identities and current place of residence of the three cooperating sources are known to law enforcement officials. I would additionally note that two of the referenced confidential sources are deemed reliable due to their cooperation and successes realized during prior criminal / drug investigations. To the best of this investigators knowledge the confidential sources are unaware of each others cooperation regarding the ongoing drug investigation. However due to a personal safety concern expressed by the confidential sources should his /her identities become public knowledge I respectfully decline to disclose the identity of the confidential sources for the purposes of this Heroin investigation and / or report. The three individual cooperating sources will be referred to as CSA, CSB and CSC herein.During the morning of November 1, 2013 members of the Somerville Police Drug Control Unit , Cambridge Police Department Special Investigation Unit and Medford Police Department Drug Control Unit established a surveillance of John OCallaghan residence located at 249 Hurley St. Cambridge, MA. and the anticipated meet location at Washington St. / Myrtle St. in Somerville, MA. At approximately 11:50 AM observations were made by Detective  of defendant OCallaghan departing from his residence. A rolling surveillance of OCallaghan was maintained as he utilized public transportation and walked to the meet location at the intersection of Washington St. and Myrtle St. Somerville, MA. While en route to the meet location OCallaghan was observed actively engaging in cellular telephone activity.Once arriving at the meet location OCallaghan positioned himself in a manner that suggested he was waiting for someone to arrive. In addition OCallaghan was observed anxiously pacing while utilizing a cellular telephone. A short time thereafter defendant Robles-Pacheco was observed arriving to the meet location via the silver / grey colored 2004 Ford Focus bearing a Massachusetts registration  . It was later determined that this was the same motor vehicle in question and the motor vehicle was re-registered the previous day.This investigator observed defendant Robles-Pacheco park the motor vehicle along Myrtle St. Robles-Pacheco then exited his motor vehicle at which time he was observed retrieving an unknown object from the left rear wheel well of the motor vehicle. Once the item was retrieved Robles-Pacheco re-entered his motor vehicle. Upon taking note of Robles-Pacheco arrival defendant OCallaghan walked toward and subsequently entered the motor vehicle containing Robles-Pacheco. The motor vehicle then was placed in gear travelling along Myrtle St. turning right onto Pearl St. and then right again on Florence St. The motor vehicle containing the defendants proceeded to stop and briefly park along Florence St. opposite the Florence St. park and playground. At this time OCallaghan exited the motor vehicle and departed from the area travelling on foot. Once OCallaghan departed Robles-Pacheco was again observed exiting from his motor vehicle. Observations were then made of Robles -Pacheco reaching again into the left rear wheel well of his motor vehicle.For the above stated reasons a motor vehicle stop of the vehicle containing defendant Robles-Pacheco was effectuated. The purpose of the stop was to conduct a threshold inquiry regarding the suspected illegal drug activity. At the time of the motor vehicle stop several police officers approached the defendants motor vehicle with police badges prominently displayed on the exterior of clothing. In addition a verbal police announcement and identification was made. In response to the police identification the defendant placed the motor vehicle in gear and attempted to flee. Due to the close proximity of several police officers to the defendants motor vehicle and in the interest police officer safety and preservation a forcible entry was necessitated into motor vehicle. This entry was necessary to neutralize the defendants elevated dangerous and alarming response to the police identification. Once entry was made the defendant continued to physically resist efforts to remove him from the motor vehicle negating attempts to place the motor vehicle in a safe mode.While attempting to subdue and place Robles-Pacheco into custody observations were made of Robles-Pacheco expectorating from his mouth four clear plastic bags containing a substance believed to be Heroin onto the pavement. Once Robles-Pacheco was neutralized and handcuffed an inspection was conducted of the left rear wheel well of his motor vehicle. This is the same area where he was previously observed reaching into. This inspection revealed a hidden container where additional glassine bags containing a brown substance believed to be Heroin were stored. A preliminary weight of the total amount of suspected Heroin found and seized was approximately 21.4 grams of Heroin.The defendants were placed under arrest for the above offenses and transported to the Somerville Police Department hoosegow facility for booking and processing. I would respectfully note the criminal activity engaged in by defendant Miguel Robles-Pacheco and violations of the controlled substance laws occurred within 100 feet of the Florence Street Park and Playground. This recreational and social area is owned and maintained by the City of Somerville. 
 
 
 
Richardson arrest
The following is a brief summary of the incident. It does not contain every minute detail of the arrest. On the above date and time, while assigned to the Somerville PD Narcotics/Vice Unit, in plain clothes, operating an unmarked Police M/V, the Vice Unit (   I), responded to the Holiday Inn at 30 Washington St., for a report of a female, posting on the Internet ( ), sexual conduct for a fee. Det. Hyde placed a call  . The purpose of the phone call was to arrange rendezvous for the purpose of completing the sexual transaction. Once the call was placed, Det.   was instructed to proceed to the Holiday Inn, Room #614. Sgt.   and I responded and proceeded to the 6th floor stairwell and awaited Det.   arrival at Room #614. Dets.  and   also responded to the 6th floor. I heard Det.   knock on Room #614’s door, the door opened, he was met by a female that was provocatively attired, and he entered into the room.Detective   spoke with an unnamed female (defendant Diane Richardson), who made an appointment for $125.00 for a half hour or $200.00 for an hour worth of sexual activity. Once inside the room, the defendant and Det.   made some small conversation. She requested the $125.00 for the 1/2 hour session.  Det.  handed the defendant $125.00, which she took from him. The $125.00 was in U.S. currency (6-$20.00 & 1-$5.00), that was previously drawn from a Somerville Police Department investigative account.  At this point, the defendant removed her clothing. Det.   was instructed to disrobe. The defendant displayed her bare breasts and exposed her genitalia. Det.  was also instructed on certain rules of sexual engagement. The defendant offered Det.   a Trojan condom and stated that there would be no xxxx. At this point Detective   gave the prearranged arrest signal. Det.  , Det.  , Det. Sgt.  , and I entered into Room #614 and I placed the defendant under arrest for the above stated charge. I confiscated $125.00 from the defendant.The defendant was transported to the Station, via Wagon #200 Prisoner Transport Vehicle, Off. McCarey, where she was booked and advised of her rights by Lt. William Rymill. While in Room #614, I confiscated the following items and placed them into the Property Evidence
 
 
Juvenile arrest
The following is a brief summary of the facts pertaining to Incident #13040583:On 10/28/2013, I was assigned to Patrol in marked cruiser East 4.  At approximately 16:02 hours I heard a radio call from Somerville Housing Police Officer Hal Curtis.  Officer Curtis requested additional officers to assist with a fight, which was occurring in between two buildings, 40 and 50 Memorial Road.  Officer Robert Hickey was nearby and responded within seconds.Upon Officer Hickey’s arrival he saw Officer Curtis struggling with a male party,  .  Officer Curtis was attempting to handcuff jv1, but due to jv1 resistance, he was having a difficult time.  Officer Hickey went to assist Officer Curtis, and was approached by a female, jv2, who grabbed ahold of his right arm.  Officer Hickey ordered her to leave the area and turned away, again, jv2 grabbed Officer’s Hickey’s arm, who again pulled away and ordered jv2 away.  jv1 was finally placed into handcuffs, and jv2 again grabbed Officer Hickey’s arm.  At this point jv2 was placed into handcuffs, due to her refusal to obey Officer Hickey’s orders to stop grabbing his arm, and to leave the area.When I arrived both individuals were already in handcuffs, and there was a large crowd gathered around the two defendants, and both police officers.  I asked Officer Curtis what had taken place, and he told me the following.  Paul Mackey, Deputy Director for the SHA, saw a large crowd gathering and noticed two people fighting.  The male party,jv1, had picked up the female, jv2, and threw her onto the ground, in a body slam style action.  Mackey phoned Officer Curtis of the SHA Police and informed him of the altercation.  This is when Officer Curtis used his radio to call for additional Officers.  When Officer Curtis arrived jv1 was wrestling on the ground with jv2, and Officer Curtis intervened.I heard jv1speaking with a person in the crowd, and he stated that “jv2 was hitting me, I only tried to hold her down, because I don’t want to go to school with bruises on my face”.  jv2 is jv1 sister. jv1 lives at home, with their mother, and jv2 is currently in DCF Custody.  jv2  was supposed to return to the DCF Program after school, however, she did not.  I was not able to determine the reason for the physical altercation between the brother and sister.  There were no injuries sustained by anyone.  The mobile detention unit #200 arrived and both individuals were placed into separate locked areas, and transported to the Somerville Police Station, and booked by Lt. Mulcahey.DCF was notified of the altercation, and jv2 was released back into their custody.Respectfully submitted,
 
 
Fedele arrest
The following is a summary of the facts pertaining to my investigation of Incident #13040616 and Incident #13040481:On October 30, 2013 at 4:23pm, I received a call from victim on my department issued cell phone (617 285 9051), stating her boyfriend Alexander Fedele (dob 10/07/1995) had just assaulted her. I quickly notified Dispatch to send marked Somerville units to her location ( Broadway, Somerville). I also responded to the scene to assist.Upon my arrival, I observed v standing outside of the residence, crying hysterically, speaking to Somerville Officer Edward Soares who had just arrived on scene. She had a minor bruise on her lip and no other visible injuries. She told me, Alexander Fedele pushed her and hit her on the lip. She also said that he kicked her on the legs several times, the night before (10/29).I made my way into the basement apartment of the residence  and observed Mr. Fedele sitting with another individual. He was identified as  ). The apartment was messy and there was stuff strewn everywhere. It could not be determined if its conditon was a result of the altercation with v. Mr. Fedele was placed in custody and was later transported to Somerville Police Headquarters for booking.Prior to this incident, I had information that Mr. Fedele had committed at least one motor vehicle break at Ten Hills Rd in Somerville (Incident #13040481-1). I received this information from a conversation I had with v at Somerville Police Headquarters on October 28,2013 (See Incident #13040616-1).On October 29, 2013, I interviewed the victim from the incident at Ten Hills,   . During our conversation I learned the following:said that on the night in question, he was walking his dog and observed an individual inside of his motor vehicle (Ma registration  He said he confronted the individual and detained him by the shirt collar. The suspect later broke free and fled. he assured me that he would be able to identify the individual if he saw him again.As part of my follow up investigation, I composed a photo array that included Alexander Fedele in the line up.  Somerville Detective Natasha Montina-Garcia conducted the array with  witness. He positively identified Alexander Fedele as the suspect in his motor vehicle on the night of October 27,2013 (Incident #13030481-1).Note: the only item reported stolen from the motor vehicle break at 92 Ten Hills Rd was a TomTom gps unit (serial #R44369H01498), valued at three hundred dollars. This item was turned into police custody by v, a day after it was reported stolen. (See Incident #13030616-1). It should also be noted, that Victim   was shown the TomTom and positively identified it as his.Also worthy of note, I obtained a written consent from v to search the basement of 238 Broadway for additional possible stolen goods. Ms. White payed rent to the owner of the residence and had legal standing in the basement area. During the search, no additional stolen items were recovered.

Based on the facts articulated in the above paragraphs, Mr. Fedele was charged with the crimes of Assault with a Dangerous Weapon (shod foot), Breaking and Entering in a motor vehicle in the Night Time and Receiving Stolen Property over $250. Mr.Fedele’s shoes were seized as evidence. Photos of Ms. White’s injuries will also be available.

 

Sergeant Timothy Mitsakis

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Lewis -Jean arrest
On Thursday, October 31, 2013, I, Sgt. John Marino was assigned to uniformed patrol operating marked cruiser # S9.  At approx 10:16 a.m., while traveling from Blakeley Ave into the Stop and Shop entranceway, which was open to the public, I observed a white motor vehicle traveling in one of the parking lanes at a fast rate of speed and pull out directly in front of my cruiser without stopping.  I quickly hit the brakes to avoid a collision with this vehicle.  As the vehicle crossed the front of my cruiser, I activated the cruisers blue lights and tapped the siren a couple of times to stop this vehicle.  The vehicle stopped in the parking area between Blakeley Ave and the West side of the Stop and Shop building.  Area cruiser E1, operated by Officer Faria happened to be at the corner of Garfield St and Blakeley Ave when he heard the siren.  He quickly responded to my location.As I approached the drivers side window of the vehicle, Officer Faria approached on the passenger side I asked the operator for his license and registration.  As the operator was retrieving his license, I observed in plain view, a red and brass colored shotgun shell on the operators lap.  I had the operator shut off the vehicle and place his hands onto the top of the steering wheel.  Officer Faria removed the passenger from the vehicle and conducted a safety pat down for weapons.  I opened the drivers door, removed the shotgun shell from the operators lap and also removed him from the vehicle.  The operator produced a temporary license and was identified as Elija Evans Lewis-Jean, date of birth 07/15/1993.  As I stood by the open drivers door, I detected an odor of burned and fresh marijuanna coming from within the vehicle.  I asked Mr. Lewis-Jean why he had the lead slug shotgun shell on his lap and he stated that it was in his pocket and he took it out because he got nervous.  I then conducted a safety pat frisk for weapons and temporarily placed handcuffs onto Mr. Lewis-Jean and asked him to sit on the near curbing for safety.  I then asked about the strong smell of marijuanna coming from the vehicle.  He stated that he has a Massachusetts Medical card and that the marijuanna was for personal use.  He also stated that he had a FID card for the shotgun shell.  I asked if he had a shotgun and he stated at home.  During a search of the vehicle, I recovered a sandwich sized zip lock back filled with a green herb substance that in my experience of 28 years as an officer, believed to be marijuanna under the drivers seat.  I also recovered a clear glass mason jar from in the center armrest that  contained a plastic sandwich bag also containing a green herb substance believed to be marijuanna.  I also recovered an open small plastic cellophane package with a Massachusetts State tax stamp affixed to it in an open area on the dash board.  In plain view, I also recovered four (4) empty glacine type sandwich bags and a small black portable digital scale on the back seat of the vehicle which is consistent with weighing and packaging substance for distribution. The operator, Mr. Lewis-Jean stated that his shotgun was in the trunk of the car and that he had the key for the trigger lock.  Mr. Lewis-Jean’s shotgun was retrieved from the trunk of the vehicle and removed from a black nylon type case.  I observed that it had a trigger lock in place and a loose green buckshot shell in the case. I could also observe that there was a shotgun shell in the tube of the weapon.  I removed this round and then a second round that was also in the tube.  The weapon at this time was completely unloaded.At this time, I informed Mr. Lewis-Jean that he was being charged with possession of Class D with intent to distribute, carrying a loaded shotgun on a public way while loaded, and having a shotgun in his possession in the trunk of his vehicle under the influence of marijuana.  Mr. Lewis-Jean was transported to the Somerville Police station and booked by Lt. Vivolo.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Somerville PD Arrest Log Week of 10/28/13
 
 
 
10/28/2013 11:39:27 400 SOMERVILLE AVE CONNOLLY , LORI 10/18/1973 33 BRADLEY ST SOM MA   A&B WITH DANGEROUS WEAPON c26
10/28/2013 16:02:31 50A MEMORIAL RD JUVENILE   40 MEMORIAL ROAD SOMERVILLE MA A&B c265 S13A  
10/28/2013 16:02:31 50A MEMORIAL RD JUVENILE   40 MEMORIAL RD SOM MA A&B c265 S13A  
            A&B ON POLICE OFFICER c265 S13  
10/29/2013 21:34:20 256 ELM ST SMITH , ROBYN 05/20/1984 305 RIVERSIDE AVENUE MEDFORD MA DISORDERLY CONDUCT c272 S53  
10/29/2013 22:47:13 22 MT PLEASANT ST BEAUSOLEIL , TRAVIS 10/29/1979     DRUG, POSSESS CLASS A c94C S34
              DRUG, POSSESS CLASS A, SUBSQ.O
              DRUG, POSSESS CLASS A, SUBSQ.O
              SHOPLIFTING BY ASPORTATION c26
              PRISONER, DELIVER DRUGS TO c26
10/30/2013 13:53:08 91 HIGHLAND AVE UMANA , RUDY 08/27/1995 10 C MEMORIAL RD SOMERVILLE MA   WITNESS, INTIMIDATE C268 S13,B
10/30/2013 16:26:34 238 BROADWAY FEDELE , ALEXANDER 10/07/1995 238 BROADWAY SOMERVILLE MA B AND E VEHICLE BOAT NIGHTTIME  
            A&B c265 S13A  
            RECEIVE STOLEN PROPERTY +$250  
10/31/2013 10:16:51 775 MCGRATH HWY LEE , MICHAEL 11/09/1984 543 ADAMS STREET DORCHESTER MA   LICENSE SUSPENDED, OP MV WITH
10/31/2013 10:16:51 775 MCGRATH HWY LEWIS-JEAN , ELIJA 07/15/1993 28 RIPLEY ROAD BOSTON MA FIREARM, CARRY WITH AMMUNITION  
            DRUG, POSSESS TO DISTRIB CLASS  
10/31/2013 17:10:26   ADAMS ST NACER , AZIZ 05/26/1983 22 LEBENON ST MALDEN MA   ABUSE PREVENTION ORDER, VIOLAT
10/31/2013 18:29:05 30 WASHINGTON ST RICHARDSON , DIANE 04/24/1953 3307 CHESTNUT WEST RANDOLPH MA SEXUAL CONDUCT FOR FEE c272 S5  
11/01/2013 01:30:07   HILLSDALE RD FEUERSTEIN , BENJAMIN 02/22/1992 16 CURTIS AVEUE SOMERVILLE MA DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY +$250,  
11/01/2013 01:30:07   HILLSDALE RD WENER-FLIGNER , ZACHARY 08/18/1991 97 BAYSTATE ROAD BOSTON MA MOTOR VEH, MALICIOUS DAMAGE TO  
11/01/2013 12:52:03   FLORENCE ST OCALLAGHAN , JOHN 12/22/1960 249 HURLEY STREET CAMBRIDGE MA CONSPIRACY TO VIOLATE DRUG LAW  
            HEROIN, BEING PRESENT WHERE KE  
11/01/2013 12:52:03   FLORENCE ST ROBLES-PACHECO , MIGUEL 07/23/1978 80 EVANS STREET DORCHESTER MA RESISTING ARREST c268 S32B  
            CONSPIRACY TO VIOLATE DRUG LAW  
            HEROIN/MORPHINE/OPIUM, TRAFFIC  
            DRUG VIOLATION NEAR SCHOOL c94  
11/01/2013 21:26:27 855 BROADWAY PAQUET , KATELYN 11/29/1993 43 EGERTON RD. ARLINGTON MA DRUG, POSSESS CLASS B c94C S34  
            SEAT BELT, FAIL WEAR c90 S13A  
11/01/2013 21:26:27 855 BROADWAY BERENSON , JONATHAN 05/17/1989 47 GILBERT STREET MALDEN MA   CHECK, FORGERY OF c267 S1
              LARCENY OVER $250 c266 S30
              LARCENY OVER $250 c266 S30
              LARCENY OVER $250 c266 S30
              CHECK, FORGERY OF c267 S1
              LARCENY OVER $250 c266 S30
              CHECK, UTTER FALSE c267 S5
              LICENSE SUSPENDED, OP MV WITH
              RECEIVE STOLEN PROPERTY -$250
11/02/2013 12:35:06 113 WASHINGTON ST GUERRERO , MARCOS 07/05/1989 16 LINDEN ST MEDFORD MA VCO POSSESSION OF DANGEROUS WE  
11/03/2013 15:51:02 5 ELLSWORTH ST SANTOS , RUFINO 07/25/1973 7 EVERETT SOMERVILLE MA DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY +$250,  
              DISORDERLY CONDUCT 

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Valcourt arrest

At approximately 12:00 P.M. on October 23, 2013, one of the High School Vice Principal summoned me to speak to a student, victim . v was with witness. v stated his phone was stolen and w witnessed the theft.

w stated that he witnessed a male student who was identified as Tyson Valcourt take v cell phone and “hide it” on a shelf. Shortly thereafter, a female student, who was identified as , walked over and took the phone.

Vice Principals, and , stopped Tyson Valcourt and juvenile as they walked the hallway. VP explained why he stopped them. juvenile became very animated in the hallway. He was stating he didn’t do anything and was carrying on loudly and with foul language. I approached and informed him to calm down because he was disrupting a public assembly and could be arrested if he continued. juvenile, stated, “I don’t give a fuck.”

At that point, vp ushered both boys into a sideroom in an attempt to calm juvy down. I contacted the police station by cell phone and requested a backup unit.

Juveline was detained by vp. He explained why she was stopped. She stated she already gave the phone back. She said she gave it to the owner. v was still in the hallway. I said, did you get your phone back. He said, no.

She said, then it must be in my jacket. She walked back into the cafeteria. I followed her. Her coat wasn’t where she left it. She said, “I ain’t giving him his fucking phone back if I can’t find my fucking jacket.”

It turned out that her jacket was removed from the cafeteria by a teacher. This is a common practice after a lunch period ends. The teacher, Vice Principal or myself will usually look for identifying information and return the property. In this case, the coat was brought to vp. He located the phone. v identified the phone as his property to vp.

When juvenile and I returned to the hallway, vp informed me the phone has been recovered. Officer Brioso arrived and I placed Juvenile and Mr. Valcourt into custody. They were transported to the station by car 200 and booked by Lt. Sheehan. Juvenile coat was returned to her.

Officer Brioso searched Mr. Valcourt prior to placing him in the police wagon. He had two phones on him. He stated one was his and he was holding the other for v . At the booking window, I asked if the phone was hers and she said it wasn’t.

Ferriera arrest

This was a Tufts police arrest no report on our end.

Brown arrest

REPORT ENTERED BY SPD RECORDS PERSONNEL BASED UPON SHA POLICE REPORT. (JC)

victim reported that on 10/24/2013, at 3:30PM, she was at her apartment at 510 Mystic Avenue #38C, Somerville. She heard Christy Brown, the father of her son, , banging on the door and threatening her. At some point she opened the door to confront Brown, he reached out and grabbed her, dragged her to the stairs and threw her down the stairs. She was able to use her phone to call 911, causing Brown to flee. There is not any video surveillance available.

She told me that her tail bone was sore, but refused medical attention.

witness, who is v boyfriend, said that he saw Brown drag and throw v down the stairs.

v was advised of her 209A rights, and will be seeking a Domestic Violence Restraining Order.

Both v and witness have agreed to appear for the Commonwealth against Mr. Brown.

At approximately 6PM, I and my partner, Michael R. Cabral #928, found Christy E. Brown at 15 Memorial Road. He was arrested and will be charged with violation of MGL 265; S13A, for Assault and Battery, upon v.

He was also advised not to Trespass upon SHA property and would be subject to arrest should he return. He was served such notice in hand.
SALVATORE LONANO Arrest

No report, this was a courtesy booking for Malden pd

SYLEVERA ROMEO Arrest

Outside agency no report

Gill arrest
On the above date and time while assigned to cruiser West Five, I was dispatched to the above location for a possible Breaking and Entering in progress.

Upon my arrival, I noticed the basement door forced open. I checked the whole basement with negative results. At this time my backup, East Four came on scene and we went up the back stairs into the first floor to clear the apartment. Negative suspect found. We went up to the second floor and this door was also forced open so we went through the apartment and found a man, later identified as Mr. Gill, under the covers, very intoxicated.

I asked this man to produce identification which he could not. Sgt. McCain had the first floor tenant, Identified as v , identify Mr. Gill.

At this point I spoke with v who stated she was in her apartment when her door was kicked in and Mr. Gill came in, and frightened v then ran out of the apartment.

I asked Mr. Gill why he did this and said he was locked out of his apartment and was drunk. Mr. Gill was willing to pay but since I had no way of identifying him he was placed under arrest and Transport number 200 brought him to the Police Station for Booking for:

Chap 266 Sec 16 B and E nighttime for felony
Chap 266 Sec 127 Destruction of Property malicious

Harding/Martin/foote arrest
On the above date at approximately 12:13 A.M., I was dispatched along with E4 (Ofc. Costa) to 6 Myrtle St. for a loud party. Upon arrival at that location, I observed approximately thirty individuals in the back yard smoking and being loud. As I got closer to the area, I could also hear loud music which appeared to be coming from the basement of the residence.

As I approached the rear of the residence I observed an individual who was identified as Dale Harding. Mr. Harding is known to me as a result of incidents involving loud parties as well his probation status which requires him to wear a monitoring GPS unit. I spoke to Mr. Harding at that time and told him that he needed to turn the music down and take all the individuals inside the residence. Mr. Harding reluctantly agreed and asked his guests to proceed inside. Some individuals proceeded directly inside, however, several individuals began swearing and say ” Fuck that, this is bullshit, he can’t do this, he cant come in here without a warrant.” I then explained to Mr. Harding that if he could not control his guests the party would be over and they would all have to leave. Mr. Harding was then able to convince the majority of his guests to go inside the residence and the call was cleared.

At approximately 12:54 A.M., units were once again dispatched to 6 Myrtle St. for fight outside that residence. Upon arrival, the individuals fighting had dispersed but a large crowd remained in the rear of the residence. This crowd was extremely loud and consisted of approximately 20 to 25 individuals. As I approached the rear of the residence, several individuals began pushing and shoving at one another. I then proceeded into the middle of the crowd and stated that the party was over and anyone who did not reside there had to leave. Several individuals left the yard but most attempted to go back into the residence. I once again sought out Mr. Harding and advised him that the party was over and that all his guests had to leave. Once again Mr. Harding began pleading his case saying ” The people fighting left and I’m just trying to get the troublemakers out of here.” I then explained to Mr. Harding that people were still fighting upon my arrival and that because he could not control his guests, everyone had to leave. Mr. Harding then proceed into the basement closing the door behind him. At that time, I requested several more units to assist with dispersing the crowd which was now inside and outside the house.

Mr. Harding subsequently returned to the door and stated ” Ok we are all set.” Mr. Harding was at that time advised that everything wasn’t all set and that he had to get all of his guests to exit the residence. Mr. Harding then returned inside and began yelling for everyone to leave. As I was standing at the door, I observed several individuals inside the residence begin fighting. I then proceeded down the stairs stepping into a basement room which was occupied by approximately forty to fifty individuals. As I attempted to step in between the individuals which were fighting, I was immediately surrounded. I then grabbed an unidentified individual who was throwing punches and Sgt McCain who had come in behind me grabbed another. While Sgt. McCain attempted to bring the individual he was dealing with under control, a white female who was later identified as Jamie Martis jumped out at Sgt. McCain. Miss Martis then punched Sgt. McCain on the left side of the face stating ” Let him go Motherfucker.” Sgt. McCain then became involved in a wrestling match with Miss Martis. Upon observing this, I released the individual I was holding and began assisting Sgt. McCain.

Miss Martis was at that time taken to the ground but due to the confined space of the basement stairwell, Miss Martis was able to get on her back and began kicking Myself and Sgt. McCain. I then took out my department issued Pepper Spray and delivered a short burst of spray to Miss Martis’ face. At that time. Sgt. McCain who had been injured during the altercation stepped away and I was able to turn Miss Martis around and a place handcuff her left hand. While grabbing for her other hand, Miss Martis spun around and began kicking once again. I then instructed W5 (OfC. Guillen) to assist me in bringing Miss Martis outside into the back yard where we had more room to gain control of her. Once outside, myself and Ofc. Guillen continued to wrestle with Miss Martis who refused to be handcuffed saying ” Come on motherfuckers, you want some more, I got some more for you.” After a brief struggle in which Ofc. Guillen was also injured, Miss Martis was finally taken into custody.

While walking Miss Martis to the Transport Wagon, an individual who was later identified as Joshua Foote was standing in the driveway. Mr. Foote attempted to block my exit out of the driveway with Miss Martis. Mr. Foote began saying ” This is bullshit, you guys can’t do this.” Mr. Foote was then instructed by E4 (Ofc. Costa) and Lt. Sheehan to leave the area. Mr. Foote continued express his disagreement with the police and refused to exit the driveway. He was at that time taken into custody by E4 (Ofc. Costa) and Lt. Sheehan.

After placing Miss Martis in the Transport Wagon, I returned to the front of the residence. Upon doing so , I observed Mr. Harding telling individuals to proceed up the front stairs and into the residence. I once again informed Mr. Harding that the party was over and that everyone who did not reside there had to leave. Mr. Harding at that time completely ignored my request and instructed several more individuals to proceed back into the house. Mr. Harding was given several opportunities but refused to assist in diffusing an extremely volatile situation in which several officers had already been injured and two individuals arrested. Based on his lack of co-operation Mr. Harding was taken into custody for being the keeper of a disorderly house.

All three individuals were transported to the Police Station via the Transport Wagon. Once there, they were booked and informed of their rights by Lt. Sheehan. I would like to add that due to the size of the crowd and the volatility of the situation, units from several agencies were also request and responded to the scene. It took approximately 25 to 30 officers to finally get the crowd outside the residence and the remaining guests inside to leave the area. As result of this incident, Sgt Joe McCain and Ofc. Gravine Guillen went to the Hospital where they were treated for their injuries.

 
Arrest log week of 10/21/13
10/21/2013 21:01:33     OSHEA , THOMAS 09/30/1984 187 LINCOLN AVE SAUGUS MA   DRUG, POSSESS CLASS C c94C S34
10/21/2013 22:28:52 12 MAINE AVE SCOTT , ADAM 10/28/1988 52 WELLINGTON AVENUE EVERETT MA   A&B WITH DANGEROUS WEAPON c26
10/22/2013 14:22:11 248 BROADWAY RIVERA , ESTEBAN 07/06/1992     DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY +$250,
10/22/2013 20:50:08 278 POWDER HOUSE BLVD DIXON , JOSEPH 06/28/1960 444 HARRISON AVENUE BOSTON MA    
              LICENSE SUSPENDED, OP MV WITH,
10/23/2013 12:04:14 91 HIGHLAND AVE JUVENILE   25 CANAL LANE SOMERVILLE MA LARCENY OVER $250 c266 S30  
10/23/2013 12:04:14 91 HIGHLAND AVE VALCOURT , TYSON 05/10/1994 10 MEMORIAL RD SOMERVILLE MA LARCENY OVER $250 c266 S30  
10/23/2013 14:57:51 643 BROADWAY FERREIRA , MATTHEW 09/11/1994 21 WINDSOR ROAD SOMERVILLE MA LARCENY OVER $250 c266 S30  
10/23/2013 14:57:51 643 BROADWAY QUERUSIO , EVAN 03/22/1994 8 MUNROE STREET SOMERVILLE MA RECEIVE STOLEN PROPERTY +$250  
10/24/2013 08:35:25 422 MYSTIC AVE LONANO , SALVATORE 04/22/1975 422 MYSTIC AVE SOMERVILLE MA A&B c265 S13A  
            DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY +$250,  
            WITNESS, INTIMIDATE C268 S13,B  
10/24/2013 14:02:09 220 WASHINGTON ST DOTO , MICHAEL 08/17/1981 14 CHARING CROSS LYNNFIELD MA   LARCENY OVER $250 c266 S30
10/24/2013 15:43:06 510C MYSTIC AVE BROWN , CHRISTY 07/31/1990 63 EASTERN AVENUE LYNN MA A&B c265 S13A  
10/24/2013 22:19:47 10 MEMORIAL RD SYLEVERA , ROMEO 11/10/1970 75 PEARL STREET SOMERVILLE MA A&B c265 S13A  
10/25/2013 21:36:17 11 CHESTER PL DUPONT , RICHARD 08/15/1986 11 CHESTER PL SOMERVILLE MA ABUSE PREVENTION ORDER, VIOLAT  
10/27/2013 00:54:48   MYRTLE ST MARTIS , JAMIE 06/17/1993 96 WHEATLAND ST SOMERVILLE MA A&B ON POLICE OFFICER c265 S13  
            RESISTING ARREST c268 S32B  
10/27/2013 00:54:48   MYRTLE ST HARDING , DALE 06/22/1987 6 MYRTLE STREET SOMERVILLE MA NOISY AND DISORDERLY HOUSE, KE  
10/27/2013 00:54:48   MYRTLE ST FOOTE , JOSHUA 08/21/1991 23 MACARTHUR STREET SOMERVILLE MA DISORDERLY CONDUCT c272 S53  
10/27/2013 00:48:09 442 BROADWAY GILL , JOHN 10/28/1986 442 BROADWAY SOMERVILLE MA B AND E NIGHTTIME FOR FELONY C  
            DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY +$250,  
10/27/2013 20:02:23 75 MYSTIC AVE WRIGHT , WILLIAM 07/06/1979 650 OLD RANDOLPH ABINGTON MA   DRUG, POSSESS CLASS E c94C S34
              LARCENY FROM PERSON c266 S25
              DRUG, POSSESS CLASS C c94C S34
 
Arrest log week of 10/21/13
10/14/2013 00:55:16 608 SOMERVILLE AVE OLIVIERA , ARILDO 03/04/1968 121 VANE ST REVERE MA A&B c265 S13A  
10/15/2013 12:42:54   FENWICK ST WROBEL , JOHN 10/10/1962 64 UNION SQ. SOMERVILLE MA   B AND E NIGHTTIME FOR FELONY C
              MUNICIPAL BY-LAW OR ORDINANCE
10/15/2013 20:10:19   147 PEARL GRAHAM , JOHN 10/04/1984 4 NORWOOD AVE SOMERVILLE MA   B AND E DAYTIME FOR FELONY, PE
10/16/2013 17:37:52 10 MEMORIAL RD VALCOURT , TYSON 05/10/1994 10 MEMORIAL RD SOMERVILLE MA A&B c265 S13A  
10/17/2013 08:16:14   BUENA VISTA RD FURR , JASON 09/14/1983 47 LOPEZ ST CAMBRIDGE MA   A&B c265 S13A
10/17/2013 09:45:45 219 BROADWAY TORRES , EDWIN 03/07/1983 498 CHESTNUT ST LYNN MA ASSAULT W/DANGEROUS WEAPON c26  
            A&B c265 S13A  
10/17/2013 17:41:55 7 MORTIMER PL JUVENILE 15.2000000 17 CROSS STREET SOMERVILLE MA   B AND E FOR MISDEMEANOR C266 S
              B AND E FOR MISDEMEANOR C266 S
10/19/2013 17:13:24   BUTLER DR MONIZ , HORACIO 12/20/1974 25 MCARTHUR ST. SOMERVILLE MA DRUG, POSSESS TO DISTRIB CLASS  
            DRUG, POSSESS CLASS D c94C S34  
10/20/2013 00:47:34 1 LOWER CAMPUS RD ADAN , DIRIE 05/14/1993 20 WARE ST CAMBRIDGE MA TRESPASS c266 S120  
            DISORDERLY CONDUCT c272 S53  
10/20/2013 00:47:34 1 LOWER CAMPUS RD ADAN , ZACCARIA 05/31/1992 20 WARE CAMBRIDGE MA TRESPASS c266 S120  
            DISORDERLY CONDUCT c272 S53  
10/20/2013 15:11:19   CANAL LA NEVES , ISADORA 10/20/1995 182 MAIN ST. EVERETT MA A&B c265 S13A  
10/20/2013 17:13:22 137 SUMMER ST KAZMI , SYED 01/11/1966 109C ALLDS ST. NASHUA NH STOP/YIELD, FAIL TO c89 S9  
            STOP FOR
 

torres arrest

The following is brief summary of the facts pertaining to Incident #13039212:

On October 17, 2013, I was assigned to uniform patrol in marked cruiser East 1. At approximately 9:45 AM, I heard a radio transmission from SGT Scott Whalen about a fight in the area of Foss Park. When I arrived on location a few moments later, I observed, SGT Whalen struggling with a male, in what appeared as an attempt to get him onto the ground. This male was later identified as Edwin Torres. Several officer arrived on scene and assisted. The altercation involved approximately 6 different people, and they were separated and interviewed.

The victim , told the following story to Officer Ozzie Martinez, who translated from Spanish to English for me. v said that he and his two friends, , and were walking in Foss Park. A group of 3 to 4 males began making threatening comments, and gestures toward v and his friends. Specifically Torres approached v and punched him in the back of his head. v and Torres struggled for a moment when Torres brandished a silver knife from his person. v began running away from Torres and leaving the park. This is when SGT Whalen was approaching. v stated that when Torres saw SGT Whalen, he discarded the knife in the grass. v pointed to an area and stated that it should be over there. I walked over and did locate a silver folding knife, in the open position. v did state that he believed that Torres was going to cut him with the weapon.

SGT Whalen informed me that when he arrived he saw Torres, walking toward v and appeared to be following him, however, SGT Whalen stated that neither party was running, but walking quickly. SGT Whalen was unable to see if Torres had a weapon, or the act of discarding it. v explained the situation to SGT Whalen and when he approached Torres, who was now walking away, is when the struggle began, and I arrived.

Torres did not speak English well, and his story was translated to me by his friends, , and . They told me that words were exchanged between the two groups, however, denied any physical altercation, beyond a little shoving. They told me that v was fabricating the incident. When I asked Torres about the knife, and showed it to him, he denied owning it, or using it.

Based on v’s statements and the fact that I did locate the silver knife, I believe that there was probable cause to place Torres under arrest, and charge him with Assault by means of dangerous weapon (knife), and Assault and Battery (punch). Torres was placed into custody and transported to the Somerville Police Station by Officer Ubeda, in the mobile detention unit #200. He was booked in the usual manner by Lt. Sean Sheehan.

Respectfully submitted,
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Oliveira arrest

On Monday, October 14, 2013, I, Detective-Sergeant Lavey, was working a paid detail assignment at Samba Bar and Grille located at 608 Somerville Ave. At approximately 12:50 AM, I observed two men and two women exiting the night club in a hurried manner. One male was attempting to push the other male away from one of the two females later identified as the victim, .

I followed the four outside where I observed one male (never identified) trying to prevent the defendant from getting at v. The defendant was very angry and being very aggressive. Finally, the defendant pushed the unidentified male out of the way, approached v, grabbed her arm and they began to argue while she cried. The defendant then slapped v on the left side of her face with his right hand and she pulled away holding her face. The slap was violent and loud and v head spun to her right.

I stepped in and placed the defendant in an arm-bar hold and placed him against a parked car where I was able to handcuff him. v requested I not arrest the defendant so she could just take him home. v said the entire incident was her fault because she observed the defendant kissing another woman and she became jealous which caused an argument.

v said the defendant and she have been boyfriend/girlfriend for seven years. When the defendant was taken away in the mobile prisoner transport vehicle, I advised v of her 209a rights. v declined an abuse prevention order and medical attention even though she complained of pain on the left side of her face. I examined her face and observed some swelling under her left eye and the side of her cheek.

The defendant was identified as Arildo Oliveira of Revere during the booking process. v appeared at the SPD to bail out Oliveira.

Respectfully submitted,
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Moniz arrest

On October 19, 2013 at approximately 1709 I was in full uniform and assigned to the Somerville Police Traffic Bureau. I was conducting enforcement for the click it or ticket grant on Mystic Avenue, a posted 30 MPH Zone and public way within the City of Somerville. I observed a 1999 Nissan Altima color white, Ma. , traveling east on Mystic Ave at an estimated 45 MPH. I directed my lidar unit at the vehicle and got a reading of 45 MPH at a distance of 439.3 feet. I activated blue lights and siren stopping the vehicle on Mystic Ave at Butler Drive. I was approaching the vehicle on the drivers side and I detected an overwhelming odor of unburnt Marijuana. The drivers window was down and I told the operator, , “license and registration”. I waited for a few seconds until he was looking for the documents then stated “and hand over the Marijuana you have”.
The operator looked over at the front passenger, Mr. Horacio Moniz, the defendant in this matter, and the defendant handed me a large bag of green leafy vegetable matter I believed to be Marijuana from his seat on the left side. I asked if that was all and he stated “yes”. I estimated its weight to be at least one ounce. I walked over to the passenger side and looked inside, observing what appeared to be another baggie on the defendants right side without him noticing, then returned to my cruiser. I called for a backup unit and explained what I had to the dispatcher. I was sent unit east 4, Officer Schneider, and west 5, Officer Jean Jacques.
Upon arrival each person was retrieved and searched. The Operator, , the front seat passenger the defendant in this matter, and the back seat passenger . I retrieved the baggie from the right side of the front passenger seat where the defendant was seated. I also seized a clear plastic baggie that had been torn, which is consistent with packaging for street level drug sales. I searched the defendant and found in the defendants left front pocket was a small amount of green leafy vegetable matter believed to be marijuana packaged in a piece of clear, cigarette cellophane. I also retrieved his wallet from his right rear pocket which contained $278 in cash. I summoned Detective James McNally to the scene to conduct a criminal investigation. Detective McNally is a member of the Somerville Police Narcotics Unit with over 30 years service. I briefed Detective McNally and turned over the Marijuana to him.
At the conclusion of the investigation I placed the defendant into custody for the above listed charges and issued citation # R4243499 to . and released him. The defendant was transported to the Somerville Police Station for booking by Lt. A. Rymill. While at the station I seized the defendants $278 in cash and issued citation
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Adan arrest

This was a Tufts University arrest I have no access to the report.
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Kazmi arrest

While in uniform and acting as the Street Commander for a City sponsored street festival, I was at the corner of School Street and Preston Road, both public ways in the City of Somerville, when I observed a Metro Taxi Cab, bearing MA Taxi Reg , pass through a road barrier in the middle of School Street, with an attached sign stating, “ROAD CLOSED.” I stopped the operator of the taxi, Mr. Syed Kazmi, and asked why he chose to ignore the road closure barrier and warning. He told me that he was hungry and needed to park somewhere so he could get something to eat. When he began to argue with me, I instructed him to turn onto Preston Road and pointed to an open parking space on the corner. I told him that I was going to issue him a citation. He proceeded to turn onto Preston Road and accelerate away from me. I ordered him to stop, and he continued traveling away from me. I gave chase on my bicycle and watched him turn right at the end of Preston, and left onto Summer Street. Because of the heavy traffic, I was able to catch Mr. Kazmi near the intersection of Summer Street and Central Street. When I ordered him to pull over, he at first refused, but eventually complied, in the process, I was knocked off of my bicycle into the street.

I ordered Mr. Kazmi out of his taxi and placed him under arrest. He was transported to the station in our wagon, and because he pulled his taxi into a handicap parking place, his taxi was towed. I will be issuing Mr. Kazmi citation #
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Neves arrest

On the above date and time, Officer Michael Faria and I were dispatched to the intersection of Memorial Road and Canal Lane to assist Officer Robert Hickey with a domestic dispute.

Upon my arrival, I observed Officer Hickey separate the victim, and the witness, from daughter, Isadora Neves. I attempted to speak with Neves, however, she did not wish to speak with me. I spoke to witness, he stated that he saw a struggle between v and Neves. witness stated that Neves snatched v s purse from her shoulder, and she emptied the contents of the purse onto the roadway. Neves then grabbed v, and attempted to throw her onto the ground unsuccessfully. According to w, he intervened at that moment. and signaled to Officer Hickey for help. Note: Officer Hickey was driving in a marked traffic enforcement Ford Expedition.

I spoke with vi regarding the incident. She stated that she was having a spirited conversation with Neves regarding her abusive behavior towards her (v). Neves became angry and irate, she struck v on the face, arms, and legs with a closed fist. According to v, Neves’ abusive behavior is almost a daily occurrence. v admitted that Neves is bi-polar and schizophrenic. After v was assaulted, she confirmed witness account of what had transpired.

Neves was placed under arrest, and transported to the Somerville Police Station via prisoner transport vehicle, Unit 200. Neves was booked and processed in the usual manner.

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Oliveira arrest

On Monday, October 14, 2013, I, Detective-Sergeant Lavey, was working a paid detail assignment at Samba Bar and Grille located at 608 Somerville Ave. At approximately 12:50 AM, I observed two men and two women exiting the night club in a hurried manner. One male was attempting to push the other male away from one of the two females later identified as the victim, I followed the four outside where I observed one male (never identified) trying to prevent the defendant from getting at v. The defendant was very angry and being very aggressive. Finally, the defendant pushed the unidentified male out of the way, approached v, grabbed her arm and they began to argue while she cried. The defendant then slapped v on the left side of her face with his right hand and she pulled away holding her face. The slap was violent and loud and v head spun to her right.

I stepped in and placed the defendant in an arm-bar hold and placed him against a parked car where I was able to handcuff him. v requested I not arrest the defendant so she could just take him home v said the entire incident was her fault because she observed the defendant kissing another woman and she became jealous which caused an argument.

v said the defendant and she have been boyfriend/girlfriend for seven years. When the defendant was taken away in the mobile prisoner transport vehicle, I advised v of her 209a rights. v declined an abuse prevention order and medical attention even though she complained of pain on the left side of her face. I examined her face and observed some swelling under her left eye and the side of her cheek.

The defendant was identified as Arildo Oliveira of Revere during the booking process. v appeared at the SPD to bail out Oliveira
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Flaherty arrest

The following is a brief summary of incident #13038595:

On Saturday, October 12, 2013, at approximately 1120, while assigned to marked unit East-1, I was dispatched to Home Depot for the report of a larceny. Marked unit East-4, Officer Holland, was also dispatched as my backup.

Upon arrival, we met with loss prevention officers . According to lp , the defendant, Mr. Paul Flaherty, entered Home Depot and began shopping around, looking at receipts he had pulled out from his pocket, and began pulling items off the shelves and putting them into the carriage.

Mr. Flaherty then proceeded to the registers where he tried to exit the store with the items he had not paid for but using the receipts from previous purchases as proof of purchase for these items. This is when lps approached Mr. Flaherty, confiscated the items in his carriage and led him to the office where they then called Somerville Police.

lp also stated she spoke to a female who was in a vehicle waiting for Mr. Flaherty and confiscated some of the items Mr. Flaherty had taken out of the store that were now in his trunk. The female, who Mr. Flaherty claims was his girlfriend, then took off in a black vehicle, possibly a Chrysler, prior to our arrival. No MA reg was obtained.

Mr. Flaherty took various items including power cords and lighters, amounting to $296.19, pre-tax. A copy of the receipt from those items was taken and will be attached as a photo to this report.

Upon searching Mr. Flaherty, 7 gold chains and $7,412 in cash were found. Mr. Flaherty claims the gold chains are his and that he purchased them legally. He was wearing 3 or 4 of the gold chains around his neck, and the rest were in his pocket. When asked why he had all these chains and cash on him, Mr. Flaherty claims he was pawning the necklaces for more cash so that he could go buy his girlfriend a car.

Mr. Flaherty was taken into custody and transported to the Somerville Police department by marked unit 200, Officer Ubeda, where he was booked by the shift commander, Lt. Mulcahy.
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Juvenile arrest

On the above date and time, while assigned to the Metro Gang Task Force, I was driving through the Target parking lot located at 180 Somerville Ave. I observed MA registration enter the lot from Charlestown St., operating without headlights. I flashed my high beams to alert the operator that his headlights were not on. I was operating an unmarked police vehicle. As the vehicle approached me, the headlights were still off. I flashed the blue lights on and off, once, in order to get his attention. They drove past me and began to slow down. A teenage driver exited the vehicle and began to run. The vehicle was still in motion. He was a Hispanic male, tall and thin, wearing a black jacket and jeans. Then the passenger door opened and two more teens exited the vehicle and began to run. One of the teens was a Hispanic male, short with a small build, bushy head of hair, wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt, shorts and a baseball cap. The vehicle rolled across the parking lot and struck a parked motor vehicle.
I radioed Somerville Control, made them aware of what I had just witnessed and requested marked units to my location. The three teens fled on foot toward Burger King on Somerville Ave. Several units arrived in the area and we started to set up a perimeter. An RMV check of MA came back to a 2005 Toyota Tundra, stolen out of Cambridge. A citizen reported three teens were in a backyard. As officers approached, the teens fled. A radio transmission came over that officers were in foot pursuit of a possible suspect through a yard, and over a fence, onto Merriam St. and then turned left onto Washington St. Ofc. Berrouet observed the male running from officers and he was stopped and detained. He was later identified as jv.
A resident at 32 1/2 Rossmore St. said her basement door was open and it was not left that way. Believing there was a possibility the suspects were in the basement, we set up a perimeter around the residence. K-9 Officer Tam arrived on scene with his dog, Max. While in the backyard, Ofc. Dottin saw some movement on an adjacent roof at 34 Rossmore St. He climbed up and observed someone hiding on the roof. As the teen stood up, I positively identified jv2 as one of the occupants who exited the passenger side of the stolen motor vehicle. He was ordered down off the roof and placed into custody by Ofc. Wyatt. K-9 Ofc. Tam and his partner Max, cleared the basement at 32 1/2 Rossmore St. jv2 asked one of the officers if we caught anyone else. He also self admitted to being a Port 44 Gang member.
Unit 93 contacted me via radio and requested me at the location where Ofc. Berrouet had jv1 detained. I arrived on scene and positively identified jv1 as the operator who fled out of the drivers side of the stolen motor vehicle. They were both placed under arrest for the above charges and transported to the Somerville Police station. Both teens were released into the custody of their parents. MA Citation R3074281 was issued to jv1. The citation will be mailed due to the fact he was released prior to the closure of my report.
Ofc. Wyatt filed an accident report for the motor vehicle accident. The struck vehicle was . The owner was on scene and advised. The stolen vehicle, MA was towed by Pats Tow.
During the search for the suspects, I had came upon a young teen on Somerville Ave. wearing a white t-shirt and jeans. As I approached the teen, I believed it was a young male. I thought it might be one of the suspects. I stopped the teen and engaged him in conversation, and then realized it was a young female. At the time, I believed it was three young males who exited the stolen motor vehicle. She was sent on her way. Further investigation revealed it was a young female, identified as jv3, , Cambridge, MA., wearing a white t-shirt and jeans, that fled from the stolen motor vehicle with the two males. Det. Magalhaes from the Cambridge Police Dept. assisted me in this part of the investigation. He is also assigned to the Metro Gang Task Force. He showed me a photograph of jv3 and I positively identified her as the young female I had stopped on Somerville Ave. Unfortunately, I can not positively identify her as one of the teens that fled the stolen motor vehicle.

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Bairos arrest

On Friday, October 11, 2013, at approximately 1:57 AM, while on patrol in marked unit 660, I(Officer Patrick Canty), along with marked unit 665(Officer Eric Ubeda), was dispatched to 5 Cutter Avenue for a reported intoxicated female that almost hit a male with her car. Upon arrival, I was flagged down by the reporting party, who stated that the car had just left at a high rate of speed, he described it as a tan sedan, that he thought was a Crown Victoria. He pointed out that it was the first car at the lights at the intersection of Summer Street and Willow Avenue. As I approached the intersection, the car was accelerating up Summer St at a high rate of speed. I was notified by D20(Inspector James McNally), that he was behind the car on Summer Street in an unmarked unit. I activated my emergency lights and conducted a traffic stop at the corner of Craigie Street and Summer Street. Inspector McNally informed me that Bairos was doing approximately 45 mph and swerving all over the road.

The driver of the vehicle, identified as Nicole Bairos, immediately exited her car. Upon her exit she stumbled several steps off balance. I ordered her back into her vehicle. Ms. Bairos looked confused, so again I ordered her back into her vehicle. An unidentified homeless male, was in the passenger seat. The male claimed Bairos was letting him “crash” on her couch for the night. He was released at the scene. As I approached the vehicle, I could smell a strong odor of alcohol. I asked Ms. Bairos for her license and registration. It took Ms. Bairos several attempts to locate her license. She was fumbling through her documents and handing me the wrong things. When I would inform her the item was not what I was looking for she insisted it was. After speaking with Ms. Bairos, I determined her eyes were glossy and her speech was slurred. Adding that to the odor of alcohol, I asked Ms. Bairos if she had been drinking. She stated, she had not had anything to drink. I asked her where she was coming from, and she stated “, which is a bar in Davis Square. Ms. Bairos started to become visibly irritated. She started cussing and yelling at us for ruining her life. I told her I believed that she had been drinking, and asked her if she would preform standardized field sobriety testing.

Ms. Bairos complied to the testing, but was very agitated and abrasive. She was screaming and cussing, and not listening to instructions. I explained to her that it was voluntary and she could stop at any time. I asked Ms. Bairos if there was any reasons she could not perform the tests, injuries or limitations. I started with the 9 step walk and turn. The Walk and Turn test has 2 phases. The first phase is the instruction phase. The testee should place the right foot in front of the left foot heal to toe. Here you test their balance and if they follow instructions. The second phase is the walking stage. Here you test if they stop while walking, off the line, wrong number of steps, touching heel to toe, arms raised more than 6 inches, and improper turning.

Before I could explain the instructions, Ms. Bairos started walking, She was off balance and stumbled several times. After several attempts to calm Ms. Bairos down and get her to listen to instructions, I was able to show her how to perform the test correctly. I then had Ms. Bairos perform the test. She failed every part of the test. She started before she was told, she was swaying back and forth, she would not put her feet heal to toe, she raised her arms over 6 inches, she took 10 steps and turned improperly. The entire time she was performing the test she was yelling and cussing. I then gave Ms. Bairos a second chance to perform the test, I explained what she did wrong the first time and allowed her to try again. Ms. Bairos failed for the second time. She then stated she wanted to do and test.

I moved on to the One Leg Stand. During this test the administrator tests if the subject puts their foot down, uses their arms for balance, sways while balancing, and if they hop. Before we could begin, Ms. Bairos became frustrated and again cussed us out and stated she did too many drugs as a kid and cant perform this test. At that point I placed Ms. Bairos in handcuffs and informed her she was being arrested for OUI. She claimed that drinking wine was not OUI and she has been way worse in the past and driven fine. I then asked her about the wine, to which she claimed she had not consumed any that night. Ms. Bairos became extremely belligerent screaming and yelling. Ms. Bairos was transported by marked unit 200(Officer Diversian) to the station and booked by Sgt. Isidoro per departmental policy.

While at the station Ms. Bairos continued to be verbally combative, cussing and insulting myself and the officers involved in the booking. During the booking process, Sgt. Isidoro asked Ms. Bairos if she would submit to the breathalyzer test, to which she refused. I again gave Ms Bairos the opportunity to retake the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests, while recorded at the booking window, per departmental policy. Ms. Bairos complied. I read straight from the SFST Administrative Guide, so no instructions could be misinterpreted. I Started again with the Walk and Turn test. Ms. Bairos did not listen to instructions. She was swaying and off balance. She raised her arms over 6 inches, and did not touch her feet heel to toe. I gave ms Bairos a second opportunity to retake the test and again she failed. I then moved on to the One Leg Stand, where Ms. Bairos refused to continue with the tests.

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Perez arrest
The following is a brief summary of the facts pertaining to Incident #13038312.

On Wednesday, October 9th, 2013 at approximately 22:13 hours I, Officer Kim while working routine patrol in marked cruise East 1, was dispatched to 78 Broadway for a report of a fight with a knife shown. Units Kilo 1: Officer Ameral, Kilo 2: Officer Monaco, Kilo 3: Officer Sullivan and East 4: Officer Holland were also dispatched as back up.

Upon arrival I spoke with rp who identified herself as the reporting person. rp stated that while walking home from the liquor store she witnessed a fight amongst 3 Hispanic males break out. She believed the males to be around age 20 – 25 years old. rp also told me that one of the males had a knife. A short time later Unit Kilo 2: Officer Monaco called me over the radio and stated that he had 2 males matching the description stopped at the corner of Myrtle Street and Perkins Street. A knife was also recovered at that location.

I made my way to the corner of Myrtle Street and Perkins Street and spoke with Officer Monaco and Officer Sullivan. Both officers stated that they turned the corner onto Perkins Street and witnessed 2 Hispanic males speaking with 1 white male. I confirmed the identity of 2 of the Hispanic males as Noe Perez-Vasquez and Miguel Ramirez. The white male was identified as victim.

Officer Monaco stated that as soon as he and Officer Sullivan turned the corner onto Perkins street he saw Perez-Vasquez throw a large knife over a fence. He also saw Ramirez throw a bottle of beer behind a tree and quickly walk in the opposite direction. Both the knife and the bottle of beer were recovered immediately. I asked Perez-Vasquez what he was doing and he answered “the knife is not mine.”

I spoke with v who stated that he was walking home when he was approached by Perez-Vasquez and Ramirez. He said that both individuals walked up behind him, and then Ramirez walked quickly by him. At that moment Perez-Vasquez asked v if he had any money.v turned around reached in his pocket and said he only had a few coins. v noticed that Perez-Vasquez had his right hand behind his back, possibly concealing a weapon, and that he was now surrounded by Ramirez and Perez-Vasquez. This put v in extreme fear. Perez-Vasquez again asked if v had any money, however Units Kilo 2: Officer Monaco and Kilo 3:Officer Sullivan turned the corner just as the event transpired. v stated that as soon as both Officers turned the corner he saw Perez-Vasquez throw a large silver knife over the fence next to him.

I placed Perez-Vasquez and Ramirez under arrest. Both will be charged with c.274 S.6 Attempt to Commit a Crime (Armed Robbery). Perez-Vasquez will also be charged with a VCO 9/96: Possession of Dangerous Weapons. Ramirez will also be charged with VCO 9/1: Possession of an Open Container of Alcohol. Both parties were transported to the station via Unit 200: Officer Isaacs and booked by Sargent Marino. A large silver kitchen knife and bottle of beer were logged in as evidence.

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Massey arrest

On October 7, 2013, I, Officer Tim Van Nostrand, was on duty for the Somerville Police and assigned to uniform patrol in marked cruiser E1 (661). At approximately 5:56pm, I along with Officer Guillen (E2), were dispatched to Buddy’s Truck Stop at 113 Washington St for a past assault.

Upon arrival I met with the reporting party , who will be known as the victim from now on. The victim reports that she was at Washington St Apt 1 babysitting her grandson . While she was outside, her roommate, Raymond Massey, arrived and began to argue with her. The victim and Massey reside at . They have lived on and off with each other for some time, but most recently the past 4 nights. Although Massey is not on the lease, most of his belongings are at the residence on Marshall St.

v stated she wanted her apartment keys back, but Massey wanted to make his own copy since he was living with her. The two began to argue and v became in fear for her life. The victim then retreated into the apartment, and attempted to close the door. Before she could secure it tightly, Massey kicked the door open, striking v and knocking her over the furniture in the living room. The victim was able to grab her set of keys from Massey, but Massey began pulling the victims hair out. He also knocked off her glasses as he attempted to strike her in the head with a closed fist. The victim states she was able to escape and hide in a bedroom with her grandson. Massey then exited the residence, and fled in a vehicle in an unknown direction. v declined all medical attention at this time, but was visibly upset, and crying hysterically.

Present in the apartment was the victims grandson, . is only five years old, and has a disability that prevents him from speaking. However it was evident that grandson was shaken up. I observed strands of the victims hair strewn about the living room as well as strands of the victims hair attached to her set of keys that Massey had brought into the apartment.

As I was about to transport the victim to the station to obtain an emergency restraining order, Massey called the victims phone. I answered the phone and identified myself as a Somerville Police Officer. I asked Massey if he would return to the scene to speak with me about the incident. He agreed, and shortly thereafter he arrived. Massey stated he came to return her set of keys. He wanted the victim to return with him, but when she said no, he left.

Based on the evidence at hand, I believe it is more probable than not that Massey did commit the alleged offenses. I informed Massey he was being placed under arrest for Breaking and Entering in the Daytime; Person in Fear (266/17), Assault and Battery – Dangerous Weapon to wit door (265/15A), and Assault and Battery (265/13A) under the domestic laws. Massey was transported to the station by Officer Legros in unit 200 and booked in the usual manner by Sgt. Marino.

Due to 5 year old witnessing this violent incident, I will be filing a 51A report with the Department of Children and Families. The victim was advised of her 209a rights, and advised if Massey was to be bailed she would be notified. v states she will seek a restraining order in the morning if he is not bailed.

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