Police Briefs 10-05-2017

Police Log

Monday, 9/11

Tina Farulla, 29, 41 Bennett Ave., Saugus, was arrested for receiving stolen property over $250.

Steven Liberge, 31, 41 Newpark St., Lynn, was arrested for shoplifting

Tuedasy, 9/12

Ramon Lopez, 32, 111 Highland St., Chelsea, was arrested on a warrant.

Thursday, 9/14

Shaina Faretra, 31, 99 Swan St., Everett, was arrested on a warrant and trespassing.

Luis Martinez, 49, 108 Clark Ave., Chelsea, was arrested on a warrant and trespassing.

William Seaburg, 31, 765 Broadway, Chelsea, was arrested on larceny over $250.

Saturday, 9/16

Jose Estrada-Arriaza, 51, 22 Cottage St., Chelsea, was arrested for operating under the influence of liquor.

Cedrick Dennis, 26, 14 Medford St., Chelsea, was arrested for breaking and entering for misdemeanor, malicious destruction of property $250.

Sunday, 9/17

Carlos Monteriio, 33, 11 Clearence St., Everett, was arrested for threat to commit crime and assault with dangerous weapon.

Victor Arregta, 26, 13 Arlington St., Lynn, was arrested for operating motor vehicle unlicensed.

Monday, 9/18

Shaina Faretra, 31, 99 Swam St., Everett, was arrested for possessing Class B drug.

Tuesday, 9/19

Roy Otanex, 32, 138 Chestnut St., Chelsea, was arrested for a warrant.

William Lopez, 34, 252 Achushnet Ave., New Bedford, was arrested for one-way violation and operation of motor vehicle unlicensed.

Nain Montiel, 48, Address Unknown, was arrested for possessing alcoholic beverage.

Vayrone Bruno, 42, 31 Springvale Ave., Chelsea, was arrested for red light violation and operation of motor vehicle unlicensed.

Wilson Rodriguez, 28, 18 Maverick St., Chelsea, was arrested for speeding and operation of motor vehicle unlicensed.

Wednesday, 9/20

Pierre Christmas, 29, 73 Division St., Chelsea, was arrested on a warrant.

Melvin Maldonado, 31, 25 Whittier St., Boston, was arrested for possessing to distribute Class B drug, conspiracy to violate drug law, trespassing and drug violation near school/park.

Mark Dioguardi, 29, 197 Condor St., East Boston, was arrested for conspiracy to violate drug law and trespassing.

Thursday, 9/21

Gerbel Diaz Chavac, 22, 49 Harvard St., Chelsea, was arrested for crosswalk violation and operation of motor vehicle unlicensed.

Christopher Perez-Valladares, 231, 76 Willow St., Chelsea, was arrested on a warrant.

Friday, 9/22

Jannell Feregrino, 26, 104 Washington Ave., Chelsea, was arrested for operating under the influence of liquor.

Nain Montiel, 48, Address Unknown, was arrested on a warrant.

Kimberly Ginewicz, 40, 75 Williams St., Chelsea, was arrested on a warrant.

Shane Hetzel, 40, 201 Chelsea St., Everett, was arrested for being fugitive from justice without warrant.

Saturday, 9/23

Jose Irizarry-Torres, 38, 35 Hampton St., Roxbury, was arrested for breaking and entering nighttime for felony, accessory after the fact and disturbing the peace.

Joshua Everett, 30, 25 Staniford St., Boston, was arrested on warrants.

Jamie Ludwig, 37, 86 Richardson Rd., Lynn, was arrested on a warrant.

Sunday, 9/24

Anna Borukhov, 21, 69 Fayston St., Dorchester, was arrested on warrants.

 

POLICE Briefs By Seth Daniel

MURDERED CHELSEA MAN ID’D

The Chelsea man who died last weekend of injuries he suffered in an apparent drive-by shooting on Congress Avenue last week has been identified as Eduardo Troche, 37, Chelsea Police Chief Brian Kyes and Suffolk District Attorney Daniel F. Conley said.

Chelsea Police detectives and the Suffolk County State Police Detective Unit have been investigating the shooting since Wednesday evening, when the city’s ShotSpotter system detected multiple gunshots at about 7:45 pm. Investigators continue to urge anyone with information on the incident, including people or vehicles in the area of Congress Avenue near Shawmut Street at about that time, to share their knowledge with police.

Troche and a young woman were rushed to Massachusetts General Hospital following the shooting. Troche succumbed to his injuries on Saturday night. The female victim is recovering from her injuries and expected to survive.

Witnesses may contact Chelsea Police investigators at 617-466-4800 or the Suffolk County State Police Detective Unit at 617-727-8817.  Tipsters may also offer assistance through the 24-hour Chelsea Police tip line at 617-466-4880 or the Chelsea Police website at www.ChelseaPolice.com.

 

FORGOT THEIR CELL PHONE

On Sept. 25, at 11:12 p.m., officers responded to the Broadway side of City Hall on a report of an assault. On scene officers observed two victims. One was seriously injured with severe lacerations and facial injuries. One victim identified both suspects as their attackers. While investigating, both suspects returned to the scene to retrieve a dropped cellphone and were placed under arrest. A pipe was recovered by officers.

Ricardo Rodriguez, 29, of 45 Fourth St., and Brandon Rivas, 22, of 155 Chestnut St., were both charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, mayhem, disorderly conduct, conspiracy and two counts of assault and battery.

 

CAUGHT IN DRUG TRANSACTION

On Sept. 28 at 10 a.m. members of the Chelsea Police Narcotics Unit were conducting surveillance in the area of Chestnut Street and Fifth Street when the investigators observed two suspects known to them from previous arrests engaged in a drug transaction with a third party. They placed the two under arrest and seized narcotics and US currency. The third party was released on scene after a warrant check on that subject came back with negative results.

A 15-year-old Chelsea juvenile was charged distribution of a Class B drug, school violation, and conspiracy.

Hector Lopez, 38, of 88 Williams St., was charged with possession to distribute Class B (subsequent), school violation, conspiracy and contributing to the delinquency of a child.

 

DANGEROUS WEAPON  

On Sept. 30, at 1:30 a.m., a CPD officer was stopped at a red light at the intersection of Broadway and Cary Avenue. At that time, the officer heard loud yelling, and observed two parties pointing and yelling at each other. As the officer tried to ascertain what was going on, one of the two walked away. The officer requested the subject to stop and return. As he did, the officer observed a knife sticking out from the party’s belt line.

The suspect became uncooperative and refused to provide his name and was placed into custody. It was later determined the he had warrants for other charges after officers positively identified him.

Marvin Hernandez, 32, of 73 Clark Ave., was charged with disorderly conduct, carrying a dangerous weapon, furnishing a false name, and two warrants.

 

SALVADORAN MAN DEPORTED AGAIN

A Salvadoran national was charged last week in federal court in Boston with a federal immigration crime.

Gerardo Alberto Perez-Fuentes, 22, was indicted on one count of unlawful reentry of a deported alien. Perez-Fuentes was previously deported on Oct. 8, 2015. On Sept. 6, law enforcement in Chelsea encountered Perez-Fuentes and determined him to be illegally present in the United States.

The charge provides for a sentence of no greater than 10 years in prison, three year of supervised release, and a fine of $250,000. Perez-Fuentes will be subject to deportation upon completion of his sentence. Sentences are imposed by a federal district court judge based upon the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines and other statutory factors.

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