By Seth Daniel and Paul Koolloian
A robbery was reported Monday morning,
April 15, at the Prattville Mart on Washington Avenue in Prattville. No weapon
was shown, but the suspect made a gesture as if he had one. Police are looking
into video in the area to get more information. The subject did wear a mask
during the robbery.
On April 1, at 5:45 p.m., a CPD officer observed a double-parked car on Broadway. The officer ran the vehicle’s registration. It was reported that the owner of the car had a suspended license. The officer stopped the vehicle and attempted to identify the operator. A check on the individual revealed him to have several aliases and also outstanding warrants. Upon further investigation, it was revealed that the subject was fraudulently using a social security number of a person from California.
Rolando Valencia, 39, of East Boston, was charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, identity fraud and two warrants.
Man Attacked in Apartment
On April 1, at 5:35 p.m., officers responded to 207 Shurtleff St., third floor, for a report of a fight. Upon arrival, officers spoke to a victim who had injuries to his face. The victim identified two males he stated attacked him inside the apartment. Both were placed under arrest.
Derek Sands, 33, of 207 Shurtleff St.,; and John Paolo, 43, of East Boston; were both charged with assault and battery on a person over 60, and assault with dangerous weapon on a person over 60.
Fled from Officers
On April 4, at 12:39 p.m., officers were dispatched to 60 Maverick St., for a report of a disturbance. While enroute, officers were advised that the victim was reporting his car was taken from him, and the suspect had driven off. The officers observed the vehicle, and it fled on officers. Officers said that vehicle was driving erratically. The officers saw the operator run form the car. The officers gave chase on foot and arrested the subject near 325 Broadway.
William Reynolds, 38, of Brighton, was charged with negligent operation, operating with a suspended license, using a motor vehicle without authority, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and two one-way violations.
Drinking While Driving
On April 7, at 8:20 p.m., a CPD officer observed a white Nissan Altima go through the stop sign at Fourth and Hawthorne Streets without stopping.
The officer pulled the vehicle over and found the operator to have open containers of alcohol in his direct possession. The officer reported that that driver made incriminating statements on how much he had drank that day. He was placed under arrest.
Esteban Chavez-Quibaja, 38, of 174 Chestnut St., was charged with negligent operation, OUI liquor, stop sign violation and possession of an open container of alcohol.