The Finishing Touch

The Finishing Touch

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Marisa Yee, 6, painting on the ice at the Cronin Skating Rink during the first New Year’s Eve Paint & Skate event on Sunday afternoon, an event put on by the Chelsea Recreational and Cultural Division. The event was a great success and many Chelsea families enjoyed the afternoon.

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Halloween Ready

Halloween Ready

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Ready to conquer Halloween was Miley Rodriguez, who dressed up as Batgirl and was determined to win a prize during the 13th annual Community School Halloween Party on Sunday, Oct. 29. Halloween parties and trick or treating was everywhere in the city this past week.

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Police Briefs 08-17-2017

Police Briefs 08-17-2017

Police Log

Monday, 8/7

Kimberly Moysey, 26, 280 Harvard St., Cambridge, was arrested for operating under the influence of liquor, reckless operation of vehicle and marked lanes violation.

Johnna Grimaldi, 34, 8 Richard St., Saugus, was arrested on a warrant.

Jose Renu, 57, Everett, was arrested for possessing, alcoholic beverage, furnishing false name, multiple warrants.

Tuesday, 8/8

Bladimir Aracia-Lopez, 33, 107 Chester Ave., Chelseas, was arrested for operating under the influence of liquor and warrant.

Amy Pinabella, 44, 767 Broadway, Chelsea, was arrested on warrants.

Leonardo Chavez, 58, 56 Chester Ave., Chelsea, was arrested for trespassing.

Wednesday, 8/9

Reynaldo Deras, 26, 34 Gardner St., Chelsea, was arrested on a warrant.

Patrick Lynch, 37, 148 Sycamore ST., Fairhaven, MA was arrested on warrants.

Yalil Figueroa, 60, 1050 Clark St., Revere, was arrested for posasessing alcoholic beverage.

Thursday, 8/10

Kelvin Veras, 27, 92 Grove St., Chelsea, was arrested for operating motor vehicle unlicensed and possessing Class B drug.

London Cohen, 31, 36 Winthrop Rd., Chelsea, was arrested for carrying firearm without license, possessing to distribute Class A drug, possessing to distribute Class B drug (3 counts), possessing to distribute Class C drug, ammunition without FID card (2 counts), firearm or feeding device possessing large capacity, receiving stolen property over $250, operating motor vehicle with suspended/revoked license.

Vincent Hernandez, 31, 74 Park St., Chelsea, was arrested for operating motor vehicle with suspended/revoked license.

Rigoberto Ramirez, 39, 23 Eleanor St., Chelsea, was arrested for trespassing.

Courtney Coleman, 36, 445 Sixth St., Boston, was arrested for trespassing and warrant.

Stacy Gordon, 37, 24 Wamesit Ave., Saugus, was arrested for trespassing.

Ronaldo Gonzalez, 29, 126 Congress Ave., Chelsea, was arrested on a warrant.

Friday, 8/11

Thomas Johnson, 44, 64 Cliff Ave., Winthrop, was arrested for operating under the influence and violation of Learner’s Permit.

Saturday, 8/12

Javier Colon, 49, 249 Princeton St., East Boston was arrested on a warrant.

Sunday, 8/13

Irving Lopez Martinez, 27, 60 Blossom St., Chelsea, was arrested for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.

POLICE Briefs By Seth Daniel

ATTACKED FOR NO REASON

On Tuesday, August 1, officers were flagged down by a taxi driver stating he observed two male parties fighting in the area of Shawmut and Maverick Street. Officers immediately responded to the area of Shawmut Street at Maverick and observed a male on the ground, and the other flee on foot from the scene. Officers were able to catch the suspect a short distance later.

The victim stated he was attacked with a metal object by the male suspect he did not know for no reason. The victim was transported to the hospital for treatment to a laceration to his head.

Mauricio Granados, 35, of East Boston, was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.

LIGHTS ON, MOTOR RUNNING

On Sunday, August 6, at approximately 1:37 a.m., while on routine patrol in the area of 62 Burma Rd., a CPD officer observed a parked motor vehicle with the engine and lights on.

The officer observed a male party in the driver’s seat, appearing to be asleep.

The officer shined the cruiser’s spotlight in the operator’s direction and he did not move. The officer conducted a field sobriety test, and based on that failure, the subject was placed under arrest for OUI alcohol.

Gerardo Mejia, 38, of Everett, was charged with operating under the influence of liquor.

TRIED TO STEAL A PHONE

On Sunday, August 6, at approximately 6:10 p.m., a CPD officer was assigned on foot in Bellingham Square. He and other officers could hear a woman, later identified as the victim, shouting “that’s my phone,” in the vicinity of 456 Broadway.

As officers approached the disturbance, officers observed the victim and a second female pulling each other by the hair. The officers determined the subject did steal the victim’s phone and while being placed into custody, she also assaulted the officers.

Nicole Pizzi, 36, of East Boston, was charged with assault and battery, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and assault and battery on a police officer.

SLOWLY I TURN…

On Monday, August 7, at approximately 2:35 a.m. in the area of Broadway and Gerrish Avenue, a CPD officer observed a gray Toyota driving down Broadway towards City Hall Avenue.

The vehicle was going very slow and traveling erratically. The vehicle was observed stopping and moving several times in a short distance. The operator was believed to be operating under the influence of alcohol and placed under arrest.

Kimberly Moysey, 26, of Cambridge, was charged with operating under the influence of liquor, reckless operation, and marked lanes violation.

MOTORCYCLE PROBLEMS

On Friday, August 11, at approximately 8:10 p.m., CPD officers responded to the area of 158 Broadway, Curley’s Restaurant, for a report of an intoxicated male party attempting to leave on his motorcycle.

As the officers arrived, they observed a male on a motorcycle attempting to leave. Based on witnesses statements and the officers observations the officers placed male under arrest.

Thomas Johnson, 44, of Winthrop, was charged with operating under the influence of liquor and violating his learner’s permit.

NEIGHBORS SCRAP

On Sunday, August 13, at approximately 9 p.m., Officers responded to a past assault at 54 Blossom St. Upon arrival, officers spoke to witnesses who stated two neighbors were involved in a fight outside in the street. Both parties were identified and one was placed under arrest for assault.

The second male will be summoned into court for assault.

Irving Lopez Martinez, 27, of 60 Blossom St., was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.

CHELSEA GANG MEMBER SENTENCED

A Chelsea man was sentenced Aug 4 in federal court in Boston for distributing crack cocaine.

Jose Muniz, 28, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Senior Judge Mark L. Wolf to five years in prison and four years of supervised release. In April 2017, Muniz pleaded guilty to two counts of possession with intent to distribute cocaine base and distribution of cocaine base and one count of possession with intent to distribute cocaine base and cocaine.

In 2015 and 2016, a federal investigation identified a network of street gangs, which had created alliances to traffic weapons and drugs throughout Massachusetts and generate violence against rival gang members. Based on the investigation, 53 defendants were indicted in  June 2016 on federal firearms and drug charges, including defendants who are allegedly leaders, members, and associates of the 18th Street Gang, the East Side Money Gang and the Boylston Street Gang. These gangs operated primarily in the East Boston, Boston, Chelsea, Brockton, Malden, Revere and Everett areas. During the course of the investigation, over 70 firearms, cocaine, cocaine base (crack), heroin and fentanyl were seized.

During the investigation, Muniz sold cocaine base to a cooperating witness in Chelsea on two separate occasions in July and August of 2015. On Feb. 18, 2016, Muniz was stopped by law enforcement officers in Chelsea, who subsequently seized cocaine base, cocaine, other drugs, and a 9mm handgun from Muniz.

Muniz is one of 13 defendants to plead guilty.

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Police Briefs 07-21-2016

Tuesday, 7/12

Jarrod Harris, 38, 152 Russell St., Everett, was arrested for assault and battery.

Wednesday, 7/13

Vincent Durbano, 33, 39 Boutwell St., Dorchester, was arrested for breaking and entering nighttime vehicle/boat for felony, malicious damage to motor vehicle, malicious destruction of property.

John Aristy, 20, 33 Vera St., Revere, was arrested for distribution of Class B drug.

Thursday, 7/14

Kyle Gerlach, 26, 189 Shurtleff St., Chelsea, was arrested on a warrant.

Friday, 7/15

John Renda, 60, 154 Kearsage Ave., Woburn, was arrested for assault with a dangerous weapon, assault and battery.

Sunday, 7/17

Dennis Smith, 57, 589 Broadway, Chelsea, was arrested on a warrant.

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Chelsea Art Walk 2016

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Qamar Sabtow playing in the Michael Limberakis Drum Circle at the Chelsea Community Garden during the 2016 Art Walk on Saturday, June 11. The Art Walk took place on Saturday and Sunday with most of the action in Chelsea Square this year. Everything from gallery art, to premiere plays to scarecrows were on display for residents to take in. This year’s Art Walk was in memory of the late Ann Crotty.

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Police Briefs 05-26-2016

Monday, 5/2

Vanessa Johnson, 25, 48-50 Clark Ave., Chelsea, was arrested on a warrant.

Barbara Parrino, 26, 119 Atlantic Ave., Revere, was arrested for intimidation.

Anastacio Rivera, 25, 116 Curwin Circle, Lynn, was arrested on a warrant, operating motor vehicle with suspended/revoked license, failure to wear seat belt.

Nicole Skillin, 39, 39 Lynnway, Lynn, was arrested for common nightwalker.

Jessica Taormina, 28, 4 Trask ST., Gloucester, was arrested for common nightwalker.

Luis Maldonado, 25, 15 Congress Ave., Chelsea, was arrested on warrants.

Tuesday, 5/3

Jefferson Dyett, 27, 215 Spencer Ave., Chelsea, was arrested on a warrant.

Robert Goodrich, 53, 13 Normandy Rd., Chelsea, was arrested on a warrant and larceny from building.

Wednesday, 5/4

JOse Maldonado, 43, 129 Cottage St., East Boston, was arrested for operating a motor vehicle unlicensed, stop sign violation.

Rudis Garcia, 44, 196 Poplar St., Chelsea, was arrested for drinking/possessing open alcoholic beverage in public and on a warrant.

Nain Montiel, 47, 87 Garland St., Everett, was arrested for drinking/possessing open alcoholic beverage in public.

Nathan Andrews, 431, 46 Tudor St., Chelsea, was arrested on warrants and destruction of property +$250, malicious

Thursday, 5/5

Luis Santiago, 29, 233 Chestnut St., Chelsea, was arrested for operating motor vehicle with suspended/revoked license, speeding.

Amy Kennett, 52, 349 Broadway, Chelsea, was arrested on warrants.

Friday, 5/6

Carlos Zavala, 47, 111 Blossom St., Chelsea, was arrested on indecent assault and battery on person 14 or over, assault with a dangerous weapon.

Jefferson Dyett, 27, 115 Everett Ave., Chelsea, was arrested for larceny over $250

Russell Kirby, 44, 94 Eastern Ave., Chelsea, was arrested for shoplifting.

Saturday, 5/7

Nicholas Asaro, 31, 77 Eagle St., East Boston, was arrested for operating under the influence of drugs, possessing Class B drug.

Sunday, 5/8

Jose Lopez, 24, 115 Nichols St., Everett, was arrested for unlicensed operation of motor vehicle.

Katelyn Ferguson, 28, 86 Division St., Chelsea, was arrested on a warrant.

Monday, 5/9

Benjamin Estrada, 57, Homeless, was arrested for trespassing, drinking/possessing open alcoholic beverage in public.

Leonardo Chavez, 57, 56 Chester Ave,. Chelsea, was arrested for trespassing, drinking/possessing open alcoholic beverage in public.

Melanie Reddy, 32, 767 Broadway, Chelsea, was arrested for trespassing.

Demond Steele, 37, 767 Broadway, Chelsea, was arrested for trespassing.

Dania Quinones, 34, Homeless, was arrested for trespassing.

Tuesday, 5/10

William Cryer, 33, 85 Newton St., Boston, was arrested on warrants.

Hector Rivas, 30, 76 Harvard St., Chelsea, was arrested on a warrant, operating motor vehicle with suspended/revoked license, carrying dangerous weapon.

Urbano Meola, 49, 8 Belmont St., Malden, was arrested on a warrant.

Ysidro Fernandez, 34, 28 Bishop Joel Smith Way, Dorchester, was arrested for strangulation or suffocation, assault and battery on a disabled person with injury.

Wednesday, 5/11

Carl Woodley, 50, 15 Hancock ST., Everett, was arrested for receiving stolen motor and warrants.

Friday, 5/13

Rigoberto Gonzalez, 58, 73 Clark Ave., Chelsea, was arrested for drinking/possessing open alcoholic beverage in public.

Gerry Mondou, 44, 83 Watts ST., Chelsea, was arrested for larceny over $250, warrants.

Saturday, 5/14

Samuel Bonilla, 25, 32.5 Louis St., Chelsea, was arrested for assault and battery and affray.

Diontie Rovira, 23, 63 Marlborough St., Chelsea, was arrested for operating motor vehicle with suspended/revoked license, reckless operation of motor vehicle, stop sign violation.

Sunday, 5/15

Jeffrey Jackimocz, 26, Homeless, was arrested or carrying firearm without license, drug, possessing to distribute Class A drug, firearm without license, carry loaded, receiving stolen property +$250.

Brian Belew, 31, 179 Franklin Ave., Chelsea, was arrested for assault with a dangerous weapon.

Emerald Crowley, 19, 86 Holyoke St., Lynn, was arrested on a warrant.

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Police Briefs 04-21-2016

Monday, 4/4

Ivan Reyes, 21, 81 Central Ave., Chelsea, was arrested for receiving stolen motor vehicle, taking & stealing parts from motor vehicle, possessing burglarious instrument, larceny of motor vehicle.

Edwin Carmona, 18, 46 Revere Beach Pkwy., Revere, was arrested for receiving stolen motor vehicle, taking/stealing parts from motor vehicle, larceny of motor vehicle, possessing burglarious instrument.

Tuesday, 4/5

Marcelo Orellana, 33, 68 Chester AVe., Chelsea, was arrested for unlicensed operation of motor vehicle, stop sign violation.

Milton Rivas, 21, 231 Chelsea St., East Boston, was arrested for trespassing and warrants.

Brendan Boyd, 18, 72 Thornton St., Revere, was arrested for trespassing.

Carlos Zepada, 19, 55 Cottage St., Chelsea, was arrested for trespassing and on a warrant.

Friday, 4/8

Juvenile Offender, 17, was arrested for threat to commit crime.

Jose Gonzalez, 18, 189 Washington Ave., Chelsea, was arrested for possessing to distribute Class B drug, drug violation near school/park.

Sunday, 4/10

Walter Ramos, 45, 41 Plummer Ave., Winthrop, was arrested for operating under the influence of liquor, leaving scene of property damage, reckless operation of motor vehicle.

Gregory Cespedes, 18, 709 Broadway, Chelsea, was arrested for unlicensed operation of motor vehicle.

Monday, 4/11/16 Juan Diaz, 33, 161 Pearl St., Chelsea, was arrested for drinking/possessing open alcoholic beverage in public.

Paul Frazier, 35, 158 London St., East Boston, was arrested for drinking/possessing open alcoholic beverage in public.

Nathan Andrews, 31, 46 Tudor St., Chelsea, was arrested for drinking/possessing open alcoholic beverage in public, warrant.

Angela DeAngelis, 34, 109 Congress Ave., Chelsea, was arrested on a warrant.

Scott Myers, 48, 50 Strawberry St., Lynn, was arrested on a warrant.

Victor Martinez, 24, 56 Calumet St., Revere, was arrested for disorderly conduct, assault with a dangerous weapon, assault and battery on a police office, resisting arrest.

Tuesday, 4/12

Isidro Morales, 44, 66 Essex St., Chelsea, was arrested for drinking/possessing open alcoholic beverage in public.

Maria Roldan, 34, Homeless, Chelsea, was arrested on a warrant.

John Reddy, 38, 24 Arthur St., Beverly, was arrested for disorderly conduct, resisting arrest.

Wednesday, 4/13

Patrick Graustein, 27, 40 Orange St., Chelsea, was arrested for shoplifting.

Juvenile Offender, 16, Chelsea, was arrested for witness/juror/police/court official intimidate/mislead/harass, resisting arrest and assault and battery.

Thursday, 4/14

Melvin Maldonado, 29, 25 Whittier St., Boston, was arrested on multiple warrants.

Rigoberto Gonzalez, 58, 73 Clark Ave., Chelsea, was arrested for drinking/possessing open alcoholic beverage in public.

Xavier Niles-Charles, 23, 28 Milton St., Hyde Park, was arrested on a warrant.

Brandon Baez, 18, 116 Ash St., Chelsea, was arrested for firearm, carrying without license, ammunition without FID card, possessing firearm without license, carry loaded.

Friday, 4/15

Brauliio Gonzalez, 46, 44 Heard St., Chelsea, was arrested on a warrant.

Saturday, 4/16

Ruben Diaz, 34, 92 Myrtle St., Brockton, was arrested for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, armed robbery, assault and battery and on a warrant.

Cesar-Jose Valentin, 30, 23 Eleanor St., Chelsea, was arrested for assault and battery, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, armed robbery, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct.

Farah Ibrahim, 21, 4 Clinton Ct., Chelsea, was arrested for armed robbery, drinking/possessing open alcoholic beverage in public.

Juvenile offender, disorderly conduct.

Sunday, 4/17

Amarildo Sanchez, 50, 17 Raymond Rd., Revere, was arrested for operating motor vehicle with suspended/revoked license, operating under the influence of liquor (4th offense).

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Stemming and Preventing Violence in the City is Priority One

By Tom Ambrosino, City Manager

Other than the substance abuse problems in the Square, you haven’t really heard me talk a lot about public safety generally since I’ve been here.

I hope no one interprets that lack of discussion as a lack of interest. You can’t be the leader of any urban municipality in this day and age without constant concern about, and constant attention to, public safety. I really want to make this City a better place before my tenure ends, and I certainly can’t do that unless I both make a dent in crime in this community and improve the perception of safety, regardless of actual crime results. Unfortunately, crime events like the one on Sunday make that job much more difficult.

What residents and outsiders do need to know, however, is that long before my start as City Manager, the City and its Council made a significant commitment to public safety, outlined in an effective Ten Point Public Safety Plan that for the most part remains in effect. As City Manager, the most effective thing I can do is commit to maintaining those resources – and then stepping out of the way and letting our extremely professional and capable Police Department, led by Chief Brian Kyes, do its job.

It is worth reminding folks about some of the highlights of that Ten Point Plan.

The City has committed to a contingent of 111 Police Officers. That’s more than Everett, Revere, Malden or Medford. For a city of this size, this financial commitment reflects a significant emphasis on public safety.

This significant Police contingent has enabled the City to have a permanent Street Robbery Task Force. It has ensured that the Police Department. has the resources to deploy personnel to regional public safety efforts, including the recent one that decimated the leadership of the gang known as MS-13. And, it has allowed the Police Department to provide dedicated officers to the state’s Safe and Successful Youth Initiative, a partnership with ROCA designed to target at risk young adults between 17-24.

There are other efforts as well:

  • We have instituted a HUB & COR roundtable each Thursday morning at the Police Station, staffed with stakeholders from numerous organizations, whose goal is identify at risk youth and families and intercede with services before crime or violence or other harm occurs.
  • I’ve also committed, and have a Chief who is committed, to dedicated walking patrols. They were in effect much of the Summer and Fall, and they will start back up shortly in Bellingham Square, the Broadway Corridor and in and around the City Hall neighborhood as soon as Spring arrives.
  • We even fund a prostitution prevention effort, which this year has been dedicated to periodic stings but next year I hope will support some dedicated services for those caught up in the terrible life of sexual exploitation.

Now, all of these resources can never totally eliminate what we saw early Sunday morning – another incident of senseless gun violence ending in tragedy. But, now I’ll get on my soapbox, and articulate a position with which some of you will not agree.

Until this Country and its national leaders are going to take seriously the appalling number of guns on the streets of America, guns that often end up in the hands of young men under 20 whose brains haven’t even developed enough to control their worst emotional impulses, guns whose toll is felt most acutely in minority communities like Chelsea, we could add a hundred more police to our streets, and we still couldn’t end this violence.

All we can do, and what I am committed to do, is continue with the efforts that I mentioned above in the hope that we will, over time, slowly reduce crime in our community, ensure that incidents like Sundays are isolated, and eventually bring our residents the feeling of safety and comfort that they deserve.

Now, saying the City is prepared to do all it can to remediate the problems is not enough. We will not be successful if City government is working in isolation. Parents and guardians have to be willing to reach out for support if they feel their children are at risk. Tenants have to be willing to speak out to our Inspectional Services Dept. about problem landlords. Residents must be willing to be engaged and alert the police to something that seems out of the ordinary on their street or in their neighborhood.

City officials don’t have all the answers. I stand willing to listen, and I know the Council is willing to listen, if you have some suggestions on how we can do an even better job keeping our City safe.

Let me conclude with one final point.

It’s hard to look at the “big picture” when incidents like the one on Sunday occur. Trying to convince someone whose friend or loved one was just a victim of gun violence that we are making progress on crime is not merely an exercise in futility, it’s almost disrespectful.

But, in a calmer moment, you should take a look at crime over time in this City. It is trending in the right direction. And, the City Council’s financial commitment has made a difference.

There are many, many positive stories to tell about the City of Chelsea. It truly is a City on the rise with extraordinary potential. It is certainly going to take some time and work to bring about the healing required by what occurred this weekend. But, let’s not allow this incident to undermine all the progress that Chelsea has made in the past few years.

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Police Briefs 02-25-2016

ATTEMPTED MURDER

On Feb. 18, around 4 a.m., officers were dispatched to 763 Broadway on the report of a past assault.

It was reported that the alleged involved suspect had left the residence where the assault took place and was walking away on Broadway. Officers interviewed the victim inside the apartment and officers reported it was the scene of an obvious struggle. The victim stated she let attacker, who she knew as a friend, stay with her in the apartment. She said he fell asleep and she called a another friend to come over to hang out with her.

When the subject woke up, he became enraged that another male was in the apartment and attacked victim by choking her and threatening her with a hammer. Other officers observed suspect walking on Broadway and placed him into custody

Steven Carter, 48, of Dorchester was charged with assault and battery, assault with a dangerous weapon, attempted murder, assault and malicious destruction of property under $250.

A VERY UNWELCOME VISITOR

On Sunday, Feb. 21, at approximately 3:25 p.m., officers were dispatched to 48 Tudor St. for a person with a knife.

The victim stated that a person known to them came to the door intoxicated and yelled vulgarities at them while she attempted to gain entry. The victim said the subject was in possession of a knife. Officers at the scene observed the suspect bleeding form her hand and observed to be intoxicated.

The victim told officers that while she and her friend attempted to get the subject out the door, the subject cut herself with the knife.

The subject was placed under arrest on scene.

Lynne Walsh, 54, of 132 Washington Ave., was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (knife), assault with a dangerous weapon and one warrant.

TRIED TO STAB MAN

Last Saturday, Feb. 20, about 9:40 p.m., a CPD officer responded to Chelsea Headquarters to speak to a male victim who walked into the station and was reporting that a person known to him tried to stab him earlier on Central Avenue.

The victim stated he got into a heated argument in front of 118 Central Ave. with his attacker, who he described to be intoxicated. He said the subject pulled out a folding knife and attempted to stab him, but he was able to get in his car and flee to the police station.

Officers arrived and observed subject on the street and placed him into custody.

Phillip Ruiz, 43, of 120 Central Ave., was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (knife).

STOLEN CAR

On Feb. 18, at 5:30 a.m., officers responded to 252 Revere Beach Parkway on the report of a previously reported stolen motor that was now located.

While en route to this location, Chelsea Dispatch updated officers that the victim had observed two females exit his stolen vehicle. The victim followed the two female suspects down Revere Beach Parkway and onto Garfield Avenue.

Officers spotted the calling party and the two female suspects in front of 90 Garfield Ave. The females, one a juvenile, were identified by the owner-victim of the car and placed under arrest.

Bianca Gell, 18, of Everett, was charged with breaking and entering of a vehicle at night for a felony, withholding evidence, furnishing a false name, receiving a stolen credit care and receiving a stolen motor vehicle.

A 16-year-old Everett juvenile was charged with breaking and entering of a vehicle at night for a felony and receiving a stolen motor vehicle.

Friday, 2/5

Oswaldo Sousa, 29, 63 Bloomingdale St., Chelsea, was arrested for being a fugitive from justice on court warrant.

Sunday, 2/7

Joshua Bernard, 29, 96 Bellingham St., Chelsea, was arrested for intentionally, willfully and maliciously or wantonly damages.

Monday, 2/8

Mary Sackor, 29, 25 Staniford St., Boston, was arrested for common nightwalker.

Tuesday, 2/9

Freeman Lindsey, 29, 138 Library St., Chelsea, was arrested on a warrant.

Wednesday, 2/10

Carlos Mazariegos, 39, 69 Ferry St., Everett, was arrested for unlicensed operation of motor vehicle.

Anthony Giugliano, 42, 669 Saratoga St., East Boston, was arrested for breaking and entering daytime for felony, resisting arrest and destruction of property over $250, malicious.

Katelyn Ferguson, 28, 86 Division St., Chelsea, was arrested for possessing Class B drug, arrest warrants.

Thursday, 2/11

Jorge Flores, 38, 327 Eagle St., East Boston, was arrested for operation of motor vehicle unlicensed.

Friday, 2/12

Jeff Bosquet, 33, 381 Ferry St., Everett, was arrested for shoplifting.

Adenilson Dos Santos, 39, 304 Malden St., Revere, was arrested for operating motor vehicle unlicensed, stop sign violation, failure to wear seat belt, and warrants.

David Griffin, 51, 92 Griswold St., Cambridge, was arrested for possessing Class B drug.

Sunday, 2/14

Arturo Sosa, 30, 16 Summer St., Everett, was arrested for operating motor vehicle with suspended/revoked license.

Monday, 1/25

Edgar Gonzalez, 25, 115 Washington Ave., Chelsea, was arrested for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.

Jessi Cardona-Restrepo, 20, 107 Shurtleff St., Chelsea, was arrested on a warrant.

Douglas Pinho, 23, 41 Chestnut St., Everett, was arrested for operating motor vehicle with revoked/suspended license.

Tuesday, 1/26

Hugo Monterroso, 38, 3 Fay Sq., Chelsea, was arrested for operation of motor vehicle unlicensed and operating under the influence of liquor.

Wednesday, 1/27

Kristen Barnette, 26, 86 Clark Ave., Chelsea, was arrested on warrants.

Brandon Baez, 18, 116 Ash St., Chelsea, was arrested for receiving stolen property over $250 and receiving stolen motor vehicle.

Steven Hescock, 39, 71 Neponset St., Revere, was arrested on a warrant.

Andre Cheek, 18, 63 Washington Ave., Chelsea, was arrested for firearm without license (loaded), ammunition without FID card.

Jill Betley, 51, 769 Broadway, Chelsea, was arrested on warrants.

Friday, 1/29

John Serna, 33, 13 Louis St., Chelsea, was arrested for possessing Class B drug.

Maurico Sanchez, 28, 147 Addison ST., Chelsea, was arrested for being a fugitive from justice on court warrant.

Oscar Duran, 24, 214 Chelsea St., East Boston, was arrested from being a fugitive from justice on court warrant.

Juan Marino-Martinez, 21, 172 Clark Ave., Chelsea, was arrested for being a fugitive from justice on court warrant.

Manuel Martinez, 44, 68 Carroll ST., Chelsea, was arrested for being a fugitive from justice on court warrant.

Cesar Martinez, 35, 53 Webster St., Chelsea, was arrested for being a fugitive from justice on court warrant.

Heiner Gomez, 31, 133 Central Ave., Chelsea, was arrested for being a fugitive from justice on court warrant.

Edwin Gonzalez, 20, 218 Chelsea St., East Boston, was arrested for being a fugitive from justice on court warrant.

Erick Argueta, 31, 19 Summer St., Revere, was arrested for being a fugitive from justice on court warrant.

Marvin Melgar, 21, 139 Bloomingdale St., Chelsea, was arrested for being a fugitive from justice on court warrant.

Balinda Cooper, 46, 955 Mass Ave., Boston, was arrested for shoplifting.

Victor Martinez, 24, 44 Addison ST., Boston, was arrested for drinking/possession open alcoholic beverage in public.

Saturday, 1/30

Jose Oscar, 22, 34 Gardner ST., Chelsea, was arrested for drinking/possessing open alcoholic beverage in public.

Masgiver Estrada, 18, 174 Chestnut St., Chelsea, was arrested on warrants.

Meghan Mastrangelo, 34, 106 Mountain Ave., Revere, was arrested for affray and disorderly conduct.

Jennifer Spinelli, 27, 28 Swan St., Everett, was arrested for disorderly conduct and affray.

Sunday, 1/31

Denis Marroquin-Velasquez, 22, 72 Chelsea St., East Boston, was arrested for operating under the influence of liquor, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.

Victor Fernandez-Bonilla, 25, 78 Harry St., Lynn, was arrested on a warrant.

Monday, 2/1

Jose Rodriguez, 29, 120 Shurtleff St., Chelsea, was arrested for operating under the influence of liquor, possessing open container of alcohol in motor vehicle.

Mohamud Ibrahim, 26, 268 Washington Ave., Chelsea, was arrested for disorderly conduct.

Tuesday, 2/2

Julio Moncada, 26, 380 Chelsea St., East Boston, was arrested for unlicensed operation of motor vehicle, operating under the influence of liquor, destruction of property over $250, wanton reckless operation of motor vehicle, possessing open container of alcohol in motor vehicle (2 counts).

Marie Costa, 40, 7 Clinton Ave., Saugus, was arrested for shoplifting and assault and battery on a police officer.

Kevin DaRosa, 33, 1535 North Shore Rd., Revere, was arrested for assault and battery on a police officer and shoplifting.

Juan Cruz, 25, 126 Oxford St., Lynn, was arrested on courtesy booking.

Joseph Giacalone, 23, 47 Victoria ST., Revere, was arrested for shoplifting.

Michael Gauthier, 22, 35 Rockdale St., Peabody, was arrested for shoplifting.

Javier Rosario, 35, 2856 Oriana St., Philadelphia, PA, was arrested for trafficking in heroin/morphine/opium.

Delmi Mejia, 27, 76 Addison St., Chelsea, was arrested for trafficking in heroin/morphine/opium.

Mariano De La Cruz, 50, 72 Trenton St., East Boston, was arrested for trafficking in heroin/morphine/opium.

Wednesday, 2/3

Steven Hescock, 39, 71 Neponset St., Revere, was arrested for breaking and entering in the nighttime for felony.

Michael Kane, 29, 23 Roughan St., Revere, was arrested for breaking and entering nighttime for felony, receiving stolen property over $250.

Thursday, 2/4

Hector Hernandez, 21, 69 Central Ave., Chelsea, was arrested on a warrant.

Moises Arbelo, 40, 21 Cunard Way, Boston, was arrested for shoplifting.

Jimmy Villanueva, 30, 82 Mountain Ave., Revere, was arrested for operating under the influence of liquor, marked lanes violation, operating motor vehicle with suspended/revoked license, possessing open container of alcohol in motor vehicle, unregistered motor vehicle and license revoked as habitual traffic offender, operating motor vehicle with (criminal).

Friday, 2/5

Oswaldo Sousa, 29, 63 Bloomingdale St., Chelsea, was arrested for being a fugitive from justice on court warrant.

Sunday, 2/7

Joshua Bernard, 29, 96 Bellingham St., Chelsea, was arrested for intentionally, willfully and maliciously or wantonly damages.

Monday, 2/8

Mary Sackor, 29, 25 Staniford St., Boston, was arrested for common nightwalker.

Tuesday, 2/9

Freeman Lindsey, 29, 138 Library St., Chelsea, was arrested on a warrant.

Wednesday, 2/10

Carlos Mazariegos, 39, 69 Ferry St., Everett, was arrested for unlicensed operation of motor vehicle.

Anthony Giugliano, 42, 669 Saratoga St., East Boston, was arrested for breaking and entering daytime for felony, resisting arrest and destruction of property over $250, malicious.

Katelyn Ferguson, 28, 86 Division St., Chelsea, was arrested for possessing Class B drug, arrest warrants.

Thursday, 2/11

Jorge Flores, 38, 327 Eagle St., East Boston, was arrested for operation of motor vehicle unlicensed.

Friday, 2/12

Jeff Bosquet, 33, 381 Ferry St., Everett, was arrested for shoplifting.

Adenilson Dos Santos, 39, 304 Malden St., Revere, was arrested for operating motor vehicle unlicensed, stop sign violation, failure to wear seat belt, and warrants.

David Griffin, 51, 92 Griswold St., Cambridge, was arrested for possessing Class B drug.

Sunday, 2/14

Arturo Sosa, 30, 16 Summer St., Everett, was arrested for operating motor vehicle with suspended/revoked license.

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