Police Briefs 01-10-2019

STOLEN CAR

On Dec. 11 at 6 p.m., a CPD Detective
observed a blue Subaru Impreza make an unsafe lane change coming from Broadway
onto City Hall Avenue. The vehicle was a reported stolen motor vehicle out of
Revere. The detective continued to follow the car down Chestnut Street. With
the assistance from other marked CPD units a car stop was initiated and the
operator placed under arrest for being in possession of a stolen motor vehicle.

Katherine Guzman, 36, of 18 Watts St., was
charged with being in possession of a stolen motor vehicle.

PULLED KNIFE ON HOTEL
EMPLOYEES

On Dec. 21, at 7:11 a.m., units were
dispatched to the Hilton Homeward Suites for an individual threatening the
employees with a knife.

A description was given out of the suspect
as being a short male wearing a black jacket and a scally cap. Officers
knew about a previous issue from the day before at the hotel with the same
described male. The officers observed the suspect walking on Everett Avenue and
placed him under arrest for two counts of assault with a dangerous weapon.

Alberto Garcia, 51, of 303 Carter St., was
charged with two counts of assault with a dangerous weapon.

CROSSWALK VIOLATION,
KNIVES

On Dec. 19, at 6:23 p.m., officers
observed a motor vehicle that failed to stop for a pedestrian in the crosswalk
in front of 589 Broadway.

The car was then pulled over.

It was determined that the operator of the
vehicle was not legally able to operate the car and he was placed under arrest.
A search of the person and vehicle also recovered knives.

Manuel Alvarez Mejia, 29, of 759 Broadway,
was charged with crosswalk violation, operating a motor vehicle with a
suspended license, and two counts of carrying a dangerous weapon.

ALMOST HIT A CRUISER,
FLED

On Dec. 23, at 7:25 p.m., a CPD officer
stated his cruiser was almost hit by a black motor vehicle in Fay Square. He
reported the vehicle fled onto Heard Street when the officer activated his blue
lights. Other Chelsea Units were able to stop the car. The driver had no
license to operate a motor vehicle and was placed under arrest.

Mark Cassidy, 28,
of Quincy, was charged with marked lanes violation, reckless operation of a
motor vehicle, failing to stop for police, unlicensed operation of a motor
vehicle, stop sign violation, red light violation and speeding.

PoliceLog

Friday, 12/28

Charles Chafin, 55, 32 Tudor St., Chelsea,
was arrested for shoplifting.

Saturday, 12/29

Edward DeSantis,
53, 12 Bates St., Revere, was arrested on warrants and operating motor vehicle
with suspended license.

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Police Briefs 01-10-2019

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