Police Blotter 09-30-2010

September 20

3 p.m. — The Cummings School Principal calls to report four students broke into the school, filmed it and then put the film on YouTube. A copy of the film was made for evidence, and the four students were identified. It was not confirmed whether the film was entitled “The Town (of Winthrop).”

4:53 p.m. — A North Avenue resident reports she has an unwanted guest in her home. The other subject left when a unit responded.

5:15 p.m. — Sandra Ahern, 58, of Wakefield, was arrested on an outstanding warrant.

8:05 p.m. — Officers respond to a dispute between neighbors on Belcher Street. Both parties were advised of their rights.

11:38 p.m. — Alisha Jurovich, 19, of Winthrop, was arrested on charges of domestic assault and battery/authority under 209-A, and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. The arrest was preceded by a call from a mother claiming she was stabbed in the hand by her daughter.

September 21

8:07 a.m. — An Argyle Street resident reports her car was stolen, but she called back a short time later to tell WPD that she found her car on Crescent Street in Revere. The car was missing its front license plate, and the glove box had been gone through. Otherwise the car was undamaged.

9:06 a.m. — A Grovers Avenue resident reports his car suffered extensive damage to the driver’s side door and mirror by a hit-and-run driver sometime overnight.

9:15 a.m. — Officers respond to Trident Avenue, where two people are allegedly arguing about a court appearance.

11:22 a.m. — Someone from the Kasbah Restaurant reports a case of vandalism on his property. An officer is dispatched to take photos of the graffiti (vulgar writing).

1:10 p.m. — An “irrational” elderly woman is sent to Whidden Memorial Hospital for evaluation after she was reported shoplifting from the CVS Pharmacy on Woodside Avenue.

2:51 p.m. — A Seal Harbor resident reports that his pick-up truck was vandalized sometime the night before.

8:41 p.m. — Officers respond to the beach wall on Temple Avenue on a report of “tagging.”

8:56 p.m. — An Irwin Street resident alleges his landlord locked him out of his apartment without proper notice.

September 22

10:02 a.m. — A Golden Drive resident calls asking to speak to an officer regarding “her credit card at Wal-Mart.”

11:31 a.m. — A Town Hall employee calls to report that someone is giving her a hard time. The subject left while she was on the phone, and she is told to call back if the person returns.

12 p.m. — A caller reports that someone is driving erratically on Pauline Street. An officer located the person in the CVS parking lot and the subject appeared “perfectly sober.”

1:05 p.m. — An officer assists a resident with the installation of a child safety seat.

10:09 p.m. — A Sunnyside Avenue resident reports that the dogs next door are “howling like wolves.” When an officer responds, the owner was bringing the dogs inside.

10:55 p.m. — A caller alleges that a man is beating up a woman on Cutler Street. Officers report it is a verbal dispute. The man is driven to Revere, and the woman was given a victim advocate’s card.

September 23

12:58 a.m. — Officers respond to a Beach Road residence, where a man says his girlfriend is throwing his belongings out of a window.

1:36 a.m. — Officers respond to Delby’s Corner, where an apparently intoxicated male who was reportedly smashing signs with his hands. The man indicated that he was “drumming to the music in his head.” Armed with that info, the officers told him to beat it.

10:29 p.m. — Officers ask a DirectTV truck to move off a sidewalk and onto a driveway on Pleasant Street.

3:46 p.m. — A caller reports that two females appear to intoxicated and in need of assistance in the area of Shirley and Sturgis streets.

September 24

6:39 a.m. — A caller reports being the victim of a verbal road rage incident while she driving on Revere Street. If she chooses to pursue the matter, she will come to the Police Station with the other car’s license plate number.

7 a.m. — A caller reports a male, wearing a Puma sweatshirt, is going through cars on Quincy Avenue. An extensive search yields no suspects matching the description.

8:58 a.m. — A caller reports a white male is looking into car windows near the tennis courts on Main Street.

3:26 p.m. — Mouad Faris, 24, of Malden was arrested on outstanding warrants at a residence on Read Street.

4:39 p.m. — A Read Street resident reports that someone slashed the tires on her unregistered 1993 Plymouth Voyager. The estimated cost of the tires is $200.

9:03 p.m. — A caller reports that a man is walking with a cane and checking every car door he passes in the area of Pond Street and Highland Avenue. Apparently, the cane didn’t slow the man down much; a search of the area was unsuccessful.

11:13 p.m. — A group of kids is dispersed from Nick’s Place on Paulin Street.

September 25

12:04 a.m. — Officers break up a group of approximately 12 kids from the parking lot at 200 Governors Drive.

12:43 a.m. — A large group of kids is cleared away from the White Hen Pantry on Revere Street.

9:50 a.m. — A woman came into the Police Station to report that, while driving on Buchanan Street the previous night, she heard something strike her vehicle. This morning, she noticed that her car had been struck by tomatoes.

10:34 a.m. — A Waldemar Avenue resident reports that his car was damaged by a pellet gun sometime last night.

12:25 p.m. — Officers respond to a verbal dispute between residents of a house on Underhill Street. Officers returned to the site a short time later, after WPD received several calls involving a fight. WPD will seek complaints for an alleged assault and battery that occurred prior to the officers’ arrival.

5:46 p.m. — A frantic caller states she was the victim of a hit-and-run. She did not provide her location and gave three different license plate numbers when asked for information about the other car.

7:32 p.m. — Officers report to the Belle Isle boat yard on a report of fireworks being lit on boat.

7:46 p.m. — A Plummer Avenue resident reports he was bitten by a dog. The matter is referred to the ACO.

11:15 p.m. — Officers respond to Buchanan Street on a report of a large group fighting and arguing. Fire and EMTs respond. One party refuses medical attention.

September 26

12:30 a.m. — A resident reports that someone stole a computer tower from his car while he was visiting his sister in Winthrop.

12:40 a.m. — Officers quiet down a party on Jefferson Street.

2:10 a.m. — Officers respond to Winthrop and Buchanan streets, where two girls were lying in the street. They told the officers they were joking around.

2:29 a.m. — Officers respond to a loud house party on Nevada Street.

3:19 a.m. — Ryan Celani, 26, of Winthrop, was arrested and charged with OUI and a seatbelt infraction following a traffic stop at Crest and Grovers avenues.

8:31 a.m. — Officers ask a contractor putting up siding on a house on Summit Avenue to stop for the day because he didn’t have a permit.

11:46 a.m. — A Moore Street resident reports that he lost his wallet “a few days ago.”

September 27

12:29 a.m. — A woman calls from Everett to report that her boyfriend and the father of her two children is refusing to leave her home in Winthrop. She called back to tell WPD that he left the house.

10:17 a.m. — Peter Dimitrakopoulos, 44, of Winthrop, was arrested on an outstanding warrant.

Legend for police blotter: 51A = a report by a state mandated reporter of child abuse or neglect; 209A order = domestic abuse prevention restraining order; A&B = assault & battery; ACO = Animal Control Officer; B&E = breaking & entering; BOLO = be on the lookout; CMVI = civil motor vehicle infraction; DSS = Department of Social Services; D/W = dangerous weapon; MGH=Mass. General Hospital; MV = motor vehicle; MVA = motor vehicle accident; OUI=Operating a MV while under the influence; RMV=Registry of Motor Vehicles; SRO=School Resource Officer; tagging = graffiti; WFD=Winthrop Fire Department; WMS=Warrant Management Service.

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