Police Briefs 09-29-2016

By Seth Daniel and Paul Koolloian

JUST ANOTHER NIGHTCAP

On Monday, Sept. 19, officers responded to El Corral Restaurant at 408 Broadway. The victim stated the suspect entered an establishment and was intoxicated and attempted purchase alcohol. When he was refused and escorted out of the restaurant the suspect pulled a knife and threatened victim and then began to kick the glass front door.

Manuel Alfaro, 44, of 34 Carmel St., was charged with assault with a dangerous weapon and malicious destruction of property over $250.

ROBBED AT KNIFEPOINT

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On Saturday, Sept. 24, officers responded to a report of fight at 749 Broadway. Upon arrival, witnesses stated the subject attempted to rob the victim of his chain on his neck. Officers recovered the knife and placed the subject under arrest.

Marco Roman, 20, of 31 Crescent Ave., was charged with armed robbery and assault with a dangerous weapon.

JUMPED BY THREE PEOPLE

On Sept. 23, at 6 p.m. officers were flagged down on Broadway near CVS. A witness stated that  the victim was attacked by three individuals. The victim, who received minor injuries, told officers he was attacked and the that the three attackers had attempted to remove his phone from him. All three were placed under arrest.

Amy Patrice Pinabella, 43, homeless, was charged with armed assault to rob, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, and assault and battery aggravated.

Kora Banville, 18, of Scituate, was charged with armed assault to rob, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, and assault and battery aggravated.

Ulises Arias, 50, of 200 Cherry St., was charged with armed assault to rob, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, and assault and battery aggravated.

ROBBERY AT PEZZI’S

Officers respond to Pezzi’s gas station at 571 Washington Ave. for a report of a robbery on Thursday, Sept. 22.

An employee stated that two males entered the station to get gas when one exited and forcibly removed the cash off of the employee. The vehicle then fled. A short time later, an Everett officer noticed the vehicle after CPD put out a BOLO. Chelsea Offices responded and placed both under arrest in Everett.

Pedro Desousa-Passos, 19, of Weymouth, was charged with unarmed robbery, larceny under $250, conspiracy and two warrants.

Bryan Gomez, 20, of Everett, was charged with unarmed robbery, larceny under $250, and conspiracy.

 

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