NEXT TIME, TRY A SPOT SAVER
One Bellingham Street man found himself arrested after getting in a jam with his neighbor over a parking spot on a snowy Feb. 7th morning.
On Sunday, February 7, at 7:22 a.m. officers responded to 95 Bellingham St. on the report of an argument over a parking spot. On arrival, officers spoke with the calling party identified as a witness. The witness stated she called 9-1-1 after observing an argument take place between her neighbors over a parking space. The argument, she said, resulted in one neighbor kicking in the door of a motor vehicle, causing damage.
That subject was placed into custody.
Joshua Bernard, 29, of 96 Bellingham St., was charged with intentionally, willfully and maliciously damaging property.
FEDS TAKE CUSTODY IN ARREST
A Bloomingdale Street resident was taken into custody on Friday, Feb. 5, on a federal arrest warrant.
Around 6 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 5, Oswaldo Sousa was placed into custody at his residence of 63 Bloomingdale St. on a Federal Arrest Warrant. State Police, Chelsea Police and ATF were present for this arrest. Sousa was processed and booked at CPD and taken to Federal Court. No further information at this time.
Sousa, 29, of 63 Bloomingdale St., was charged with being a fugitive from justice.
TO CATCH A CROOK
On Wednesday, Feb. 10, at approximately 1:47 p.m., officers were dispatched to the area of Crescent Ave/Vernon Street for a report of a male party running after a male suspect that was involved in house break of a Broadway address.
The victim stated that he heard some noises coming from his basement, and when he responded downstairs he observed one of his doors completely off of the hinges. The victim stated that when he came around the corner he noticed the back door was open and the glass was shattered and observed a male party walking down his stairs. The victim stated he ran after the male party, and caught up to him at Dunkin Donuts on Eastern Avenue and struggled with him as he got away again. The victim yelled to witnesses to call Chelsea Police to report the incident as he continued running after the male party. Several witnesses stated that they observed the male party run behind Atlas Building, 295 Eastern Ave. All units responded to the area and a search was conducted. The male party, identified as Anthony Giugliano was placed into custody and transported to Chelsea Police Headquarters without incident.
Giugliano, 42, of East Boston, was charged with breaking and entering in the day for a felony, resisting arrest and malicious destruction of property over $250.