By Seth Daniel and Paul Koolloian
Hate Crime: Attacked for Being White
On Sept. 6, at 11:25 p.m., officers responded to 925 Broadway for a report of a stabbing. Upon arrival, a victim stated he was attacked with a box cutter by an unknown male. The victim sustained minor injuries from being punched. The victim pointed out his attacker, and the male was placed under arrest. The victim was told by the male suspect that he was attacked because he was white. During the booking process illegal drugs were seized from the subject.
Olsen Cejour, 28, of 74 Shurtleff St., was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, civil rights violation with injury, resisting arrest, possession to distribute a Class A drug (subsequent), and two counts of possession of a Class E drug.
Bank Robber Arrested
Chelsea Police have made an arrest in the Sept. 10 robbery of the TD Bank at 457 Broadway. Chelsea officers responded to an alarm activation at the bank at 4:42 p.m. Officers were given a description and direction of flight of the suspect. That information led officers to the suspect who was removed off of an MBTA bus on Meridian Street in East Boston. Robert Rezendez, 66, of Boston, was placed under arrest without incident at that location. Chelsea officers recovered money and other evidence from Rezendez at the time of his arrest. No weapon was reportedly used in the robbery.
Chelsea Police are working with the FBI Bank Robbery Task Force in the continuing investigation.
On Sept. 7, at 5:43 p.m., A CPD officer walking on Broadway observed male yelling profanities at pedestrians. When the officer’s inquired what was going on, the male turned his aggression on the officers, including spitting on both officers. He was placed under arrest
William Cryer, 36, of Boston, was charged disorderly conduct, threatening to commit a crime, disturbing the peace, and two counts of assault and battery on a police officer.
Possession of Knives
On Sept. 8, at 2 p.m., officers inside the police station were alerted of an altercation on Broadway. Officers left the station and stopped two juveniles who witnesses stated were involved. Both juveniles were found to be in possession of knives and placed under arrest.
Santos Canizalez, 19, of 155 Pearl St., was charged with carrying a dangerous weapon.
A 17 year old juvenile was charged with dangerous weapons ordinance.
Naked Man in the Sprinkler
On Sept. 10, at 12:56 p.m., A CPD officer was dispatched to Highland Park for the report of three males drinking in public. A witness reported that one of the men was taking his clothes off. Officers arrived and arrested one male for being naked and dancing around under the on-field sprinkler system.
Arturo Cuellar, 48, of 50 Heard St., was charged with open and gross lewdness and furnishing a false name.
Bomb Threat on Instagram
On Sept. 10, at 6 p.m., officers responded to a Spencer Avenue address for a report of threats. The victim’s told officers that the identified male had sent them disturbing threats via Instagram posts. The male was arrested after being identified.
Sylvester Dosreis, 34, of 144 Bellingham St., was charged with making a bomb threat.