Police Briefs 07-11-2013

July 11, 2013
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July 1

Robert J. Mazzeo Sr., 55, of 20 Grandview Road, Chelsea, was arrested for assault and battery.

Carlos Hernandez, 19, of 15 Fifth Street, Chelsea, was arrested for carrying a firearm without a license, carrying a loaded firearm without a license, without possession of FID card, and miscellaneous motor vehicle ordinance bylaw violations.

Marcio Rubi, 54, of 20 Murray Street, Lynn, was arrested for operation of motor vehicle with suspended license, motor vehicle equipment violation and failing to wear a seatbelt.

Alicia Cohen, 34, of 124 Addison Street, Chelsea, was arrested for unarmed robbery and possession of Class B drug.

July 2

Terry Picardi, 37, of 2 Woodlawn Avenue, Chelsea, was arrested for straight warrant misdemeanor.

James M. Mark-Gray, 26, of 164 Maverick Street, Chelsea, was arrested for fugitive from justice on court warrant, two counts of warrant misdemeanor default, two counts of straight warrant felony, violation of an abuse prevention order.

Fernando Martinez, 68, of 14 Bloomingdale Street, Chelsea, was arrested for forcible rape of a child, and assault to rape.

Nicole Lopez, 35, of 12 George Street, Chelsea, was arrested for straight warrant misdemeanor, possession of Class A drug and assault.

Heather Ann Gormley, 36, of 228 Curwin Circle, Lynn, was arrested for straight warrant felony, and four counts of warrant misdemeanor default.

July 3

Anna Bailey, 28, of 52 Hawthorne Street, Chelsea, was arrested for straight warrant felony.

Derrick Willis, 47, of 72 Westmoreland Avenue, Boston, was arrested for larceny.

Katelyn Sweeney, 18, of 894 Shirley Street, Winthrop, was arrested for shoplifting.

Erick F. Vega, 20, of 131 Heard Street, Chelsea, was arrested for possession to distribute Class D drug.

Ramon Valdez, 19, of 83 Grove Street, Chelsea, was arrested for operation of motor vehicle with suspended license.

July 4

Joseph Baseman, 53, of 33 High, Lynn, was arrested for assault and battery on a police officer.

Shawn A. Edwards, 43, of 30 Warren Avenue, Chelsea, was arrested for assault and battery.

July 5

Edgard Mazimino Santos, 39, of 46 Lambert, Revere, was arrested for warrant misdemeanor default.

Raymond Borgos, 21, of 21 Dean Street, Boston, was arrested for violation of abuse prevention order, aggravated assault and battery on a pregnant person and witness intimidation.

Julio Capeles, 63, of 14 Bloomingdale Street, Chelsea, was arrested for indecent assault and battery on person with intellectual disability and witness intimidation.

Marco Lemus, 47, of 36 Blossom Street, Chelsea, was arrested for trespassing, possession of open alcoholic beverage in public, and resisting arrest.

Cesar A. Orantes, 34, of 256 Spencer Avenue, Chelsea, was arrested for assault and battery on a police officer and disorderly conduct.

Carlos Tomas Orantes, 33, of 256 Spencer Avenue, Chelsea, was arrested for assault and battery and larceny.

Ronald Scott, 41, of 115 Radcliff Street, Dorchester, was arrested for assault and battery.

July 6

Carlos Zavala, 44, of 111 Blossom Street, Chelsea, was arrested for possession of open alcoholic beverage in public.

Darwin O. Solis, 36, of 192 Shurtleff Street, Chelsea, was arrested for possession of open alcoholic beverage in public.

Sebastian Quiej, 50, of 71 Grove Street, Chelsea, was arrested for possession of open alcoholic beverage in public.

July 7

Jose Madrid, 49, of 26 Gardner Street, Chelsea, was arrested for disorderly conduct.

Rajaan Kenneth Walker, 19, of 174 Central Avenue, Chelsea, was arrested for unarmed robbery.

  • Roger Hurvitz

    Seeing the 2 arrests from the Buckley Apt and the recent arrest from the Margolis shows the Folly of the First Come First Served policy in applications–If you have a job, then that shows reliability–there should be NO SSI-Mental/Drugs allowed as it has been since Reagan! How did these 3 qualify? One should get credits for both employment AND education, not just for being a resident of a city. Each potential applicant should go before a Tenants’ Board for a group interview to state why they would be an asset to live in Elderly Housing. I would welcome such an interview plus I would like to set up a computer teaching class @ the Margolis–definitely needed. THAT should also be worth a point–giving value to a residency.

  • Moral Decay

    If you have a job you will have to pay market rent. Only the people who who do not work get rewarded in this society. EBT cards, ObamaPhones, and housing go to people who are off the books. Take a look at the housing parking lots. They have better cars there than in the driveways of hard working people. We need to change this socialist society – VOTE REPUBLICAN!!!


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