JAM UP AT THE COURT HOUSE
Chelsea Police officers responded to Chelsea District Court at 10:10 a.m. on Oct. 22 for a disturbance. The Disturbance was in reference to a Revere Police case against the arrestee that was continued to later date.
The arrestee became loud and disorderly, yelling at the Revere officers. When asked to leave he refused and forced his way back into the court while pushing aside the Revere officers and a court officer. He was placed under arrest.
Luis Urbaez, 30, of East Boston, was charged with two counts of assault and battery, two counts of threatening to commit a crime, and two counts of harassing a court officers/police officer.
CAUGHT BREAKING INTO HOMES
On Sunday, Oct. 25, at 8:40 a.m. officers responded to 11 Watts St. for a possible breaking and entering in progress. Officers observed a window open to a basement apartment and conducted a search of the property and found it to be clear of anyone.
Officers then made contact with a victim who told officers a male involved had just jumped a rear property fence. Other officers arrived and detained a male fitting the description. The suspect was identified by the victim and placed under arrest. A second victim then told officers the same individual attempted to gain entry into their Lynn Street home as well.
Gamaliel Badillo, 24, of Revere, was charged with breaking and entering in the day for a felony (two counts) and trespassing.
ARRESTS MADE IN JOHN STING
On Friday October 23, Chelsea Police continued their focused operation on targeting “sex related crimes” with an undercover operation named “Trick No Treat.” Undercover decoy officers were deployed in the downtown area and as a result six individuals were placed into custody and charged with soliciting sexual conduct for a fee. On September 18, police conducted a similar operation that resulted in 15 arrests.
Chief Brian A. Kyes stated “The city will continue its balanced enforcement of both prostitutes and their customer base of Johns. We will continue to aggressively target these individuals and publicly post their names until we eliminate the demand.”
The following were placed under arrest:
- Rigoberto Rodriguez – 47, of 128 Shurtleff St.
- Phillip J. Mainero – 57, of 86 Wordsworth St., East Boston
- Michael Squadrito – 37, of 12 Wellington Ave., Everett
- Steven Aloise – 33, of 38 Winslow St., Arlington
- Eric Espinoza – 32, of 274 Chestnut St. Chelsea
- Ivan Romero – 25, of 24 Cottage St., Chelsea