Police Briefs 04-01-2015

April 2, 2015
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WRONG WAY OUT

An alleged shoplifter led police on a muddy and wet chase through the Sales Creek Marsh behind Target last Thursday night, nearly giving police the shake, except for the fact that when he emerged from the marsh – he found himself behind the Police Station and in the hands of law enforcement.

Around 9 p.m. on Thursday, police got a report of a man shoplifting at the Target.

When confronted, the man fled the store and police gave chase.

He ran through the parking lot and into the marsh.

Police gave chase and some officers found themselves chest deep in mud.

The suspect, however, made his way through the marsh and came out on the other side – directly in back of the police station and in the hands of the cops.

The suspect was later found to have six warrants for his arrest.

Ramon Sosa, 40, of Chelsea, was charged with assault and battery, larceny over $250, resisting arrest and six warrants.

 

WHIP IT!

A Charlestown man was arrested Monday night when he approached a Domino’s Pizza delivery driver and threatened to whip him with a belt.

The man, who was obviously intoxicated, police said, was walking up Broadway. The pizza deliveryman was loading pizzas into his car when the drunken man began to engage him. The suspect began to swing his belt around his head and said he was going to whip the driver with the belt.

He never got to, as the driver fled and called police.

Sugal Abdikadi Aden, 32, of Charlestown was charged with assault by a dangerous weapon.

 

JONATHAN LIVINGSTON WOULD NOT APPROVE

One young Stop & Shop employee at the Suffolk Downs location has been charged with animal cruelty after intentionally running over six seagulls in the parking lot that were being fed by an elderly woman.

Around 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 24, the woman was feeding the seagulls in the parking lot, as she is accustomed to doing very frequently.

Apparently, it wasn’t to the liking of the young man. He got in his car and flew through the parking lot, trying to hit the birds.

He did hit five or six of them and killed them.

All of it was captured on video.

The woman followed him into his work at Stop & Shop and police later arrested him.

Gerson Louis, 18, of Everett, was charged with animal cruelty.

 

Prosecutor: Motorist Pulls Gun in Alleged Road Rage Incident

A driver was arraigned yesterday on charges he pulled a gun on two pedestrians during an alleged road rage incident in Revere.

Johnny Villada, 29, of Lynn was arraigned in Chelsea District Court on charges of assault with a dangerous weapon and making threats to commit a crime. Assistant District Attorney Myriam Feliz requested that bail for Villada be set at $5,000.  Judge Michael Patten released him on his own recognizance.

State troopers received a report of threats made at gunpoint in Revere at approximately 10:20 Tuesday morning, March 24.  Responding troopers spoke with a 29-year-old Revere woman and a 33-year-old Revere man who reported that they became involved in a verbal altercation with the driver of a Toyota Rav4 that nearly struck them as they walked on a crosswalk at the intersection of Broadway and Revere Beach Parkway.  During the argument, the victims told police, the driver displayed a small black firearm and threatened to shoot them.

The victims were able to provide a description of the driver as well as the SUV, which bore a crooked Florida license plate.

As troopers spoke with the victims, additional troopers stopped Villada driving a vehicle that matched the provided description on Furlong Drive.  Located inside the vehicle was a Smith & Wesson .38 firearm, which Villada was properly licensed to possess and carry.  The victims were transported to the location and positively identified Villada as the man who had threatened them with a firearm.

Villada allegedly made statements to police denying that he had displayed the weapon during the altercation and claimed that the male victim had threatened him with a knife. Troopers searched the victim and found no weapon of any kind.

Authorities in Lynn were notified of Villada’s arrest for potential adverse action on his license to carry. Pamela Harris-Daly represented Villada.  He returns to court May 11.

 

OH WHAT A FEELING

A drunken man who wandered into the Sheila Rosanio School of Dance with a knife last Monday night, March 23, was arrested.

Around 8:15 p.m., the Chelsea man wandered in off the street and sat down in the waiting room. He didn’t have any children participating in the programs, and when asked to leave, he refused.

Police arrived and arrested him.

Juan Lopez, 38, of Chelsea, was charged with disturbing a school assembly, violating the knife ordinance and one warrant.

 

CAUGHT WITH REEFER

A Revere youth was arrested after a traffic stop where a large quantity of marijuana was discovered on Friday night.

Around 10 p.m., police stopped the vehicle on the corner of Broadway and Fernwood Avenue. When police inquired of the driver, a strong odor of marijuana was present.

Officers recovered a large amount of marijuana in the vehicle after a search.

Charlie Anderson Chiquillo, 20, of 1723 North Shore Rd., was charged with possession to distribute Class D drugs (marijuana).

 

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