He didn’t get it his way

By Jim Clark

Police officers were dispatched to the Burger King restaurant on Somerville Ave. last week on reports of a disturbance involving property damage.

While en route to the Burger King, dispatchers informed the responding officers that the suspect had been detained by an additional police unit and was being held at a Merriam St. location.

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Somerville Police Crime Log  June 20 – June 27
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Carlos Rodriguez, June 20, 12:46 p.m., arrested at Middlesex Ave. on warrant charges of miscellaneous equipment violation and unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.

Lisa Primeau, June 21, 9:54 a.m., arrested at Boston St. on charges of distribution of a class A drug and conspiracy to violate drug law, and on warrant charges of no inspection sticker, operation of a motor vehicle with a suspended registration, and uninsured motor vehicle or trailer.

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Woman arrested for alleged mistreatment of elderly man

By Jim Clark

On Saturday, June 17, police received a report of suspicious person at a Pearl St. location. A woman had phoned saying that her father called her and was distraught that a woman was on his property. Officers were immediately dispatched to the scene to investigate the situation.

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Somerville Police Crime Log June 13 – June 18
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Michele Tierney, June 13, 3:50 p.m., arrested at Foley St. on warrant charges of larceny under $250, shoplifting over $100 by asportation, disorderly conduct, and shoplifting by concealing merchandise.

Ghita Bobocea, of 7 Memorial Rd., June 13, 6:46 p.m., arrested at home on a charge of unarmed robbery.

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The irresistible draw of the Samba

By Jim Clark

A Somerville Police officer working a paid detail at Samba Bar & Grille on Somerville Ave. last Saturday night was alerted to the actions of an unruly customer who was allegedly bothering other patrons and begging for drinks after she had been told by staff there that they would serve her no more alcohol.

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Somerville Police Crime Log June 6 – June 12
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 Jose Olivo, June 6, 1:06 p.m., arrested at Parker St. on a charge of felony daytime breaking and entering of a vehicle or boat.

Henry Alvarez, of 26 Kensington Ave., June 6, 6:33 p.m., arrested at Assembly Row on charges of assault and battery, shoplifting by asportation, and resisting arrest.

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A lot of breaking but no entering

By Jim Clark

Police were dispatched to a Medford St. location last Friday evening on reports of a breaking and entering in progress.

According to police, the reporting parties told the dispatcher that they had heard a loud banging sound and could see a figure standing at the entrance to the building, the offices of Carroll & Sons Roofing.

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Somerville Police Crime Log May 31 – June 5
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Danyell Hardy, of 60 Westville St., Dorchester, May 31, 5:23 p.m., arrested at Middlesex Ave. on a charge of shoplifting by concealing merchandise and on warrant charges of assault and battery, assault and battery on a family or household member, and resisting arrest.

Dmitri Edmond, of 129 Sherwoodglen, Somersworth, NH, June 1, 4:56 p.m., arrested at Broadway on a charge of fugitive from justice and on a warrant charge of assault and battery on a police officer.

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Somerville Police Crime Log May 16 – May 21
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Domingo Peters, of 240 Albany St., Cambridge, May 16, 12:45 p.m., arrested at Somerville Ave. on a warrant charge of criminal harassment.

Kassy Depina, of 32 Newtowne Ct., Cambridge, May 16, 1:31 p.m., arrested on warrant charges of identity fraud, receiving a stolen credit card, and attempt to commit a crime.

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Somerville Police Crime Log May 9 – May 14
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 Wilfredo Cruz, of 38 Thornton St., Roxbury, May 9, 3:52 p.m., arrested at Middlesex Ave. on charges of resisting arrest, larceny under $250, and receiving stolen property over $250.

James Jackson, of 46 S. Bow St., Milford, May 9, 3:52 p.m., arrested at Middlesex Ave. on charges of larceny under $250 and receiving stolen property over $250.

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Taco Bell run goes terribly wrong

By Jim Clark

Police officers were dispatched to a Packard Ave. location last week on reports of a motor vehicle accident.

Upon arrival, the officers were informed by Tufts police that they had detained the driver of the vehicle involved in the crash, Ali Penniman, of Lexington.

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Somerville Police Crime Log May 2 – May 7

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Steven O’Neil, of 39 Grovers Ave., Winthrop, May 2, 12:52 p.m., arrested at Canal St. on warrant charges of possession of a class A drug, miscellaneous equipment violation, operation of a motor vehicle with a suspended license, and operation of a motor vehicle with a suspended registration.

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He takes his bike everywhere

By Jim Clark

Police officers were dispatched to the Rite Aid store on Somerville Ave. last week on reports of an alleged shoplifter engaging in theft of store property at that location.

The officers were informed that the suspect, later identified as Domingo Peters, of Cambridge, had walked his bicycle into the store with him. Upon arrival, the officers had no trouble locating Peters as he was the only one in the store who had a bicycle with him.

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