Police Blotter 12-11-2009

Friday, December 11, 2009
By Transcript Staff

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30

2:56 PM: Off. Donnellan stopped a MV on Veterans Road. When he determined through the RMV computer that the operator, an Everett resident, was unlicensed, he issued a criminal citation to the operator for unlicensed operation of a MV and ordered the MV towed.

3:43 PM: Off. S. Hickey ordered a tow for a MV on Beach rd. that was on the Parking Clerk’s tow list.

9:33 PM: A Main St. resident came into the station to report a stolen MV.

11:03 PM: An officer stopped a MV on Main St. and issued a citation to the operator for a CMVI.

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1

8:24 AM: A Sea Foam Ave. resident reported vandalism to his MV.

1:31 PM: Officers responded to a domestic disturbance between father and son. They advised the parties of their rights.

5:19 PM: Officers responded to MVA at Main and Walden streets. One MV was towed.

11:19 PM: Off. Hagemeister ordered loud music on Putnam Place to be turned off.

11:47 PM: Off. Bonavita dispersed a group of youths from the area of the White Hen.

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2

8:49 AM: a Grovers Ave. resident reported the theft of peony bushes from the front yard.

11:47 AM: A resident who was moving out of his apartment reported being assaulted by his ex-landlord.

1:33 PM: Off. Luti ordered a tow for a MV with New Hampshire plates on Highland Ave. which was on the Parking Clerk’s Tow List.

3:06 PM: Off. S. Perrin stopped a MV on Shirley St. When he determined through the RMV computer that the operator, a Chelsea resident, was unlicensed, he issued a criminal citation to the operator for unlicensed operation of a MV and ordered the MV towed.

3:46 PM: Off. Luti ordered a tow for a MV on Fremont Ave. that was on the Parking Clerk’s Tow List.

4:18 PM: Information was received that a kidnap victim may be being held at two possible locations in Winthrop. Officers staked out the areas in unmarked MVs.

6:57 PM: Off. Luti stopped a MV on Shirley St. and issued a citation to the operator, a Nahant resident, for a town by law violation.

7:09 PM: Off. Luti dispersed a group of youths from the area of Wave Way Ave. and Shirley St.

7:16 PM: Off. McCarthy dispersed a group of youths from the area of the White Hen.

7:27 PM: Off. Bonavita stopped a MV on Walden St. and issued a citation to the operator, a Winthrop resident, for a CMVI.

7:31 PM: Off. Luti stopped a MV on Shirley St. and issued a citation to the operator, a Belmont resident, for a CMVI.

10:25 PM: Off. Racow stopped a MV on Pleasant St. When she determined through the RMV computer that the registration of the MV, owned by a Boston resident, had expired, she ordered the MV towed.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3

3:45 AM: Boston P.D. called to report recovering a MV that had been reported stolen in Winthrop. The keys were in the MV and there was no damage to it.

7:10 AM: A report from a Somerset Ave. resident that a tree branch had fallen on his MV was referred to the DPW.

8:32 AM: A Lincoln St. resident reported a B&E into his MV and that among the items stolen were handguns.

9:11 AM: A report from a Circuit rd. resident that a tree branch had fallen on his house was referred to the DPW.

9:42 AM: Officers responded to a domestic disturbance between a husband and wife. The wife, who allegedly had assaulted the husband, had fled the premises.

10:39 AM: Off. Donnellan stopped a MV on Veterans rd. and issued a citation to the operator, a Methuen resident, for the CMVI of speeding.

2:32 PM: A 209a order was received from the Newton District Court to be served upon a local resident named as the defendant.

2:58 PM: Off. S. Nestor ordered a tow for a MV on Palmyra St. that was on the Parking Clerk’s tow list.

3:12 PM: A Siren St. resident reported the theft of her clothing from the common washing machine.

8:07 PM: Off. Bonavita stopped a MV on Walden St. and issued a citation to the operator, a Winthrop resident, for a CMVI.

11:11 PM: Officers responded to a report of a domestic disturbance between a couple and restored the peace for the night.

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4

2:04 AM: Officers directed loud music on Gov. Drive to be shut down.

8:59 AM: Off. Bonavita assisted the parties with the exchange of papers at a minor MVA on Main St.

9:32 AM: A Mermaid Ave. resident reported that the windshield on her MV had been shattered overnight.

1:33 PM: Off. S. Hickey assisted the parties with the exchange of papers at a minor MVA at Winthrop and George streets.

3:04 PM: Officers responded to a Surfside Ave. address for a report of an unwanted guest. They arrested Jody J. Coffin, 25, of 12 Sewall Ave., on an outstanding warrant out of the Somerville District Court.

5:00 PM: Officers responded to a domestic disturbance between a boyfriend and girlfriend. The female party agreed to leave the premises.

5:02 PM: An Otis St. resident reported an attempted B&E.

6:27 PM: Off. S. Perrin dispersed a group of youths on skateboards from the area of Michael’s Mall.

9:08 PM: Off. S. Delehanty responded to a MVA in which a moving MV struck a parked MV on Beach rd.

11:45 PM: Officers dispersed a group of youths from the area of Revere St. and Gov. Drive.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5

12:15 AM: Off. M. Delehanty dispersed groups of youths in five MVs and a motorcycle from the area of Franklin St.

12:59 AM: Officers responded to a report of a domestic disturbance on Surfside Ave. they arrested Jody J. Coffin, 25, of 12 Sewall Ave., on charges of trespassing and disorderly conduct.

10:30 AM: The male party from the previous incident came to the station to obtain an emergency 209A order. The on call judge issued the order.

1:25 PM: A resident reported a B&E at a Shirley St. residence.

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6

1:09 AM: A Gov. Drive resident reported that a person just broke a window on the building. Officers stopped a MV operated by a person who matched the description of the suspect. They arrested John A. MacDonald, 20, of 247 Washington Ave., on a charge of malicious destruction of property over $250.

7:46 AM: Off. McFarland ordered a tow for a MV on Wheelock St. with a registration revoked for insurance cancellation.

10:09 PM: Officers responded to a domestic disturbance between a couple. A female party agreed to leave the premises.

MONDAY, DECEMBER 7

8:15 AM: A Pearl Ave. resident reported a B&E into his MV and the theft of an iPod and Garmin GPS.

Legend for police blotter: 51A = a report by a state mandated reporter of child abuse or neglect; 209A order = domestic abuse prevention restraining order; A&B = assault & battery; ACO = Animal Control Officer; B&E = breaking & entering; BOLO = be on the lookout; CMVI = civil motor vehicle infraction; DSS = Department of Social Services; D/W = dangerous weapon; MGH=Mass. General Hospital; MV = motor vehicle; MVA = motor vehicle accident; OUI=Operating a MV while under the influence; RMV=Registry of Motor Vehicles; SRO=School Resource Officer; tagging = graffiti; WFD=Winthrop Fire Department; WMS=Warrant Management Service.

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