Police Briefs 02-16-2011

February 17, 2011
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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8

Vanessa M. Forte, 24, of Winthrop, was arrested on an outstanding warrant.

Rene J. Fuentes, 43, of 566 Beach St.,  was arrested on an outstanding warrant.\

Nikkia Hennessey, 29, of Boston,  was arrested on an outstanding warrant.

Fawnsa Elisha Rosario, 27, of Everett  was arrested on an outstanding warrant and on charges of illegal possession of a Class E controlled narcotic substance and possession of a firearm or ammunition without a permit.

Khyree Thompson, 20, of 30 Park Ave.,  was arrested on an outstanding warrant.

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9

Olmen Lazo, 23, of 506 Beach St., was arrested on a charge of violating a domestic abuse prevention restraining order.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10

Douglas Fazio, 40, of 62 Newhall St., was arrested on charges of assault & battery, entering without breaking with intent to commit a felony, assault & battery by means of a dangerous weapon, and malicious destruction of property over $250.

Francis M. Forsythe, 38, of Winthrop, was arrested on charges of assault & battery, entering without breaking with intent to commit a felony, assault & battery by means of a dangerous weapon, trespassing, and malicious destruction of property over $250.

Brian Grace, 19, of 36 Temple St., was arrested on an outstanding warrant.

Josephine K. Pellegrini, 44, of Cambridge, was arrested on a charge of assault & battery.

Daniel L. Powers, 23, listed as homeless, was arrested on charges of assault & battery and attempting to commit a crime.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12

Christopher J. Banks, 22, of 28 Intervale Ave., was arrested on a charge of assault & battery.

  • REF

    Fawnsa was an amazing student in High School.  She was a Who’s Who Among American High School Students. She was an avid defender of rights, and kindhearted and caring. Her talents were boundless, her writing deep and creative. Her expressive nature and eclectic style set her apart from everyone. She did bold things and had the power to lead. Her flaw…she thought she was invincible. Most teenagers think this way. The differences we either realize it’s not a fact or we keep testing the theory.  All the love in the world wouldn’t make her see how she was wasting time doing ridiculous things that only hindered her talents.  She was and still remains the most influential person I’ve ever met.  It breaks my heart to see the path she is on maybe someday she’ll realize and find the courage to become the woman she was destined to be.  Someone I never stopped respecting and loving from afar.  I still hope and pray that she can live a life she can be proud of.  There is no one lovelier than her in the world.    

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