Wellesley Police Arrest and Incident Log 06/11/18 to 06/17/18
On June 11, 2018 at 1:25 a.m. Sgt. Carrasquillo was assisting Officer Fritts with a disabled motor vehicle on Worcester Street near Cliff Road when he observed a Jeep pass his location at a speed greater than the posted speed limit. As the vehicle passed him he noticed that the roof and doors were off of the Jeep and the music being played was extremely loud. He stopped the vehicle on Worcester Street near Audubon Road and spoke with the operator. While speaking with the driver he noticed that his eyes were bloodshot and glassy, there was a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emanating from his person and he admitted to consuming alcohol. The driver agreed to take some reasonable tests of balance and coordination to determine his ability to safely operate a motor vehicle. He took four tests and after observing his performance on the tests the sergeant believed that the driver was unable to safely operate a motor vehicle due to intoxication. He was taken into custody, transported to the station, booked in the usual manner, afforded all rights and later released on personal recognizance.
On June 16, 2018 at 1:15 p.m. Officer Joseph was dispatched to Sabrina Farm Road for a report of an assault and battery after a road rage incident. A man stated that two males on motorcycles did not stop at the intersection of Grove Street at Dover Road, that the motorcycles then drove around him, yelled at him and made obscene gestures at him. He observed the males turn onto Sabrina Farm Road and followed them to speak to them about not yielding. He stated one of the men struck him with his motorcycle helmet and then began choking him while the other one hit and kicked him. He suffered several facial injuries and bruised ribs. He was transported to the hospital for evaluation and later released. Officer Joseph also spoke with the other two men involved. Both parties stated that the male party cut them off at the intersection of Grove Street and Dover Road and then followed them onto Sabrina Farm Road and began yelling at them. They both indicated that one of them struck him in the head with the motorcycle helmet and stated he did this because the man had come at him in an aggressive manner. After he head butted with the motorcycle helmet the male party attempted to hit him at which point he placed him in a head lock and the other male party punched him. They indicated this was in self defense because he attempted to strike one of them after. Both men were taken into custody, transported to the station, booked in the usual manner, afforded all rights and later released on $300 bail.
On June 12, 2018 at 4:34 p.m. Officer Wall spoke to a reporting party from Weston Road about bank account fraud. The report is incomplete at this time and no further information is available.
On June 12, 2018 at 9:30 p.m. Officer Wall spoke with a female reporting party from Mansfield Road who stated she was having an issue with a neighbor having exterior lights on that were too bright. Officer Wall did not observe any lights to be illuminated on the neighbor’s property.
On June 14, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. Officer Shore was dispatched to River Street to speak to a female party about a verbal dispute between herself and a neighbor. The reporting party stated that while walking out back she observed a wicker basket sitting on top of a trash barrel and took the basket at which point a neighbor began yelling at her. Officer Shore spoke with the neighbor who stated that she had cleaned some items out of her apartment and placed the basket on top of some items she was disposing of, but that she was not disposing of the basket. She stated her neighbor took the basket and she yelled at her to return the basket, but her neighbor ignored her. Officer Shore advised them both to avoid contact with each other and to notify the Wellesley Housing Authority about the incident.
On June 14, 2018 at 5:30 p.m. Officer Dixon spoke with a female reporting party who works in the lower falls area of Washington Street. She stated that she is involved in a civil case regarding a car accident that had occurred a few years ago with a male party who works in the same building. She stated she noticed the male party standing outside of her office door the other day and it made her uncomfortable. She had consulted with her attorney who advised her to speak to the police about the matter. The male party had not made any threats or attempts to speak with the reporting party. She stated at this time she only wanted the encounter documented and did not wish for us to make contact with the male party.
On June 14, 2018 at 9:45 p.m. Officer DiCenso spoke to a male reporting party at the police station who stated sometime between 6:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. he lost his cell phone and wallet. He stated he had been dropped off at his home by a family member and was told by his brother that he left both items on the roof of the vehicle. He looked in the area to see if he could locate either on the street, but did not locate them. He was concerned because his social security card was in his wallet. Officer DiCenso advised to file an identity theft report on the IRS website as a precautionary measure.
On June 15, 2018 at 10:11 a.m. Officer Cunningham spoke with a female reporting party at the police station who stated that her ex-boyfriend had several of her personal items in his apartment and he would not return them to her. Officer Cunningham went to the residence with the reporting party to speak to her ex-boyfriend at which point he said he did not have any of her property and asked her for the $5,000 she owed him. She claimed she did not owe him any money. Officer Cunningham asked her to describe the personal property. He then placed a phone call to the male party who stated he had purchased the items she is claiming belong to the reporting party while they were on vacation and therefore the items belonged to him and not her. She was advised of how she could pursue the matter in small claims court if she wished to do so.
On June 15, 2018 at 12:30 p.m. Officer Rosenberg spoke with an employee of the Wellesley Public Schools who stated that two students from the same family had not returned the laptops that had been loaned to them by the school. Officer Cunningham was able to make contact with the parent and advised her that the school department was attempting to make contact with her about the laptops. Officer Cunningham spoke with an employee in the business office of the school department who then called the parent to follow up. After that conversation the parent agreed to return the laptops to the school department.
On June 16, 2018 at 10:45 a.m. Officer Joseph spoke with a female reporting party at the police station regarding a purse that was possibly stolen. The reporting party stated on May 17, 2018 she had left her residence for approximately 30 minutes and left the doors unlocked while she was away from the residence. She stated that later in the day she noticed her purse was not where she had left it. She had searched the house to see if she had moved it and could not locate it. She believed someone may have entered the home while she was gone and took her purse. She had cancelled all of the credit cards that were in her purse and just wished to document the incident should any similar issues occur of if any identity theft issues occurred.
On June 16, 2018 at 11:30 a.m. Officer DiCenso was dispatched to the life guard tower at Morses Pond for a report of vandalism that occurred overnight. The reporting party stated that he found the remnants of a small log fire on one of the docks which charred and damaged the dock, additionally there were several empty beer cans and bottles strewn about and a trash barrel had been thrown into the pond. Officer DiCenso indicated the security checks of the pond during the evening hours would be increased.
On June 16, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. Officer Gerard spoke with a male party who wished to turn in 4 old rifles for destruction. Officer Gerard took possession of the rifles and they will be properly stored at the police station until they can be destroyed.
On June 17, 2018 at 9:54 p.m. Officer Cunningham assisted Officer DiCenso on a motor vehicle stop where the license plate was not properly affixed to the vehicle. The operator stated that an auto repair shop in Framingham had rented her the vehicle while they were repairing her vehicle. A query of the registration showed that the license plates were cancelled in 2016. She was advised that an auto repair shop should not be renting vehicles to patrons with repair plates attached to them. Officer Cunningham contacted the Registry of Motor Vehicles to inform them about the misuse of the repair plate.
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