Police Briefs 07-17-2013

July 18, 2013
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FALLEN POLE CAUSES HAVOC

A three-car accident around mid-day on Monday sent a electric pole to the ground and caused a two-hour backup for traffic on both sides of Lee Burbank Highway.

A southbound pickup struck another vehicle around 12:48 p.m. on Monday, and careened into another car. They went into a pole that carried power lines.

That sent the pole down onto one of the vehicles. It also sent the pole and the power lines down onto the roadway – blocking both the northbound and southbound lanes.

There were no injuries and no one was sent to the hospital. However, traffic was tied up on the highway for more than two hours.

FBI IN THE PINES

Revere Police have confirmed that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) was in Revere last Wednesday, July 10th, in the evening conducting an investigation at a home on Rice Avenue.

A call to FBI officials for more information was not immediately returned.

However, locals on the scene said they were told that the investigation involved a large sum of cash that was under review in the western United States. That was about it for the details.

DEVELOPER DEVELOPMENT

A popular local real estate developer was arrested after he attacked family members and employees trying to remove him from the Squire Lounge early Sunday morning.

Police said an off-duty State Trooper – who was related to the suspect as a brother-in-law – attempted to go to the Lounge and remove the suspect, Robert Marley, 54, of Lynnfield, around 12:05 a.m. Sunday.

The family member Trooper was concerned about his ability to operate a motor vehicle. However, it erupted into an argument.

As the brother-in-law escorted Marley out, he allegedly dropped a BB gun in his possession, swung a knife at two doormen employed by the Squire and then picked up the replica BB gun and put it to the head of a Winthrop man standing outside.

Police were able to locate the weapon in the back bed of the Trooper brother-in-law’s truck. The knife was allegedly found in Marley’s pocket.

No one was seriously injured.

Marley was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, disorderly conduct, violation of the knife ordinance, and two counts of assault with a dangerous weapon.

HAMMER ATTACK ON B-WAY

A purported gang member went on a hammer attack frenzy early Saturday morning on Broadway.

Around 1:30 a.m., officers reported to the Domino’s Pizza where an employee told police that three men had picked a fight with him and one brandished a hammer.

As police were taking the report, another man walked by and told officers that three young men had tried to beat him up with a hammer in front of D&L Liquors.

The suspect had allegedly come up to the man and said, “Who you with” – meaning which gang are you affiliated with.

The suspect was identified and was highly intoxicated.

Ariel Velasquez, 20, of 52 Abruzzi St., was charged with assault with a dangerous weapon, disorderly conduct and receiving stolen property under $250.

SOMETHING HAPPENED, BUT WHAT?

Revere Police are trying to sort out a possible armed robbery at a Broadway apartment last Wednesday, July 10th.

Officers responded around 9:19 p.m. and found a man on a bicycle with no shirt on who was bleeding from a head wound.

A second party was also on scene and shaken up a bit.

Officers went to the apartment at 510 Broadway. They were told that the three victims were in the apartment and three males barged into the apartment with a firearm drawn.

They told all three men to get face down on the ground, hitting one of the victims in the head with the firearm.

They allegedly stole wallets, phones and car keys.

Police said the stories amongst the three were not consistent, so they are trying to figure out what’s going on.

“We obviously believe something happened there, but we’re not sure yet just what that is,” said Lt. Amy O’Hara.

The three robbers were described as being a short, white male with freckles, a tall black male and an Asian male with a baseball cap.

STABBING IN BEACHMONT

Two men involved in a domestic disturbance ended up assaulting one another, with one being arrested for attacking the other with a broken beer bottle.

Officers arrived at 134 Bellingham Ave. around 12:51 a.m. on Friday morning and found the victim with cuts to his left arm, back and fingers. The suspect was apparently trying to convince the victim to stay, but the victim did not want to do so.

An argument broke out and then the suspect allegedly attacked the victim with a broken bottle, causing several lacerations.

Officers responded with a large contingent, alerting many neighbors in the area.

Mario Matos, 25, of 134 Bellingham Ave., was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (bottle) and assault to commit a felony.

APARTMENT IN SHAMBLES

Two people were arrested after allegedly breaking into and destroying the apartment that a family member lived in.

The victim told police that her mother had passed away recently and she had taken a vacation for one month. After she left, she reported that her daughter and boyfriend had used a ladder to break in.

When she returned, she found the apartment completely destroyed and the front door destroyed.

James McAllian, 33, homeless, and Amy Weiner, 29, of 502 Beach St., were charged with breaking and entering for a misdemeanor.

OUI ON MCKINLEY STREET

A 52-year-old McKinley Street woman was arrested last Wednesday, July 10th, after getting in an accident and fleeing the scene – allegedly intoxicated.

The victims of the accident told police that they were rear-ended at the intersection of Beach and North Shore Road around 7 p.m. The victims and the suspect both got out to look at the damage.

However, the suspect quickly bolted the scene.

The victims were able to get a license plate number and a description of the car.

Police followed up on the matter and traced the car to McKinley Street.

Officers reported there and found the woman getting in the car.

She was allegedly intoxicated when they encountered her. Isabel Gasca Perez, 52, was charged with operating under the influence of liquor, leaving the scene of property damage, and negligent operation of a motor vehicle.

ARREST Report

MONDAY, JULY 8

James McAllian, 33, listed as homeless, was arrested on a charge of breaking & entering with intent to commit a misdemeanor.

Amy Weiner, 29, of 502 Beach St., was arrested on a charge of breaking & entering with intent to commit a misdemeanor.

Loren Fields, 52, of 259 Lantern Rd., was arrested on a charge of assault & battery.

TUESDAY, JULY 9

David Bryan, 50, of Everett, was arrested on an outstanding warrant and on a charge of illegal possession of a Class A controlled narcotic substance with intent to distribute.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 10

Brian M. Adams, 24, of Tewksbury, was arrested on a charge of assault & battery.

Thomas G. Haney, 42 of 69 Alden Ave., was arrested on charges of assault & battery and assault & battery by means of a dangerous weapon.

Isabel Gasca Perez, 52, of 32 McKinley St., was arrested on charges of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of liquor, leaving the scene of an accident after causing property damage, and negligent operation of a motor vehicle.

THURSDAY, JULY 11

Carlo Corrado, 36, of Everett, was arrested on an outstanding warrant.

FRIDAY, JULY 12

Mario Matos, 25, of 134 Bellingham St., was arrested on charges of assault with intent to commit a felony and assault & battery by means of a dangerous weapon.

SATURDAY, JULY 13

Ariel O. Velasquez, 20, of 52 Abruzzi St., was arrested on charges of assault by means of a dangerous weapon, disorderly conduct, and receiving stolen property.

Ermes M. DelCid, 23, of Lynn, was arrested on an outstanding warrant.

Juan D. Ramirez, 30, of Boston, was arrested on an outstanding warrant and on charges of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. He also was cited for the civil motor vehicle infraction of being a motor vehicle operator and refusing to identify himself.

SUNDAY, JULY 14

Robert P. Marley, 43, of Lynnfield, was arrested on charges of assault & battery by means of a dangerous weapon, disorderly conduct, illegal possession of a knife in violation of the city ordinance, and two counts of assault by means of a dangerous weapon.

Weekly Crime Report

House Breaks: (1)

Pratt Court

Commercial Breaks: (2)

Broadway – Master Auto; and Oak Island St. – Green Acres

Motor Vehicle *Thefts/Breaks: (3)

Central Avenue; Endicott Avenue (plate); Squire Road – 4 Points.

Motor Vehicle Accidents: (21)

Brown Circle; Rice Avenue; Ward Street; Waite Street; Broadway; Dix/North Shore Rd; Lynnway; American Legion Hwy; Broadway; Washington Avenue; Washington Avenue; Squire Road; Boulevard – St. Georges; American Legion Hwy; North Shore Rd; Broadway/Cummings; Salem Street; Squire Road – Stop & Shop; Broadway – Walgreen’s; Revere/North Shore Rd; and VFW.

House Parties/Loud Stereo Complaints (after 9 p.m.): 13

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