Monday, Feb. 10
Party came to file a complaint about two dog attacks. Victim/Witness form completed.
Caller states that she is going through a divorce and was away for a while and she believes her husband changed the locks on her apartment. She did admit over the phone that she does not own the apartment, but wants to know what she can do. Advised to speak to police officer.
Motor vehicle stop for operating with no head lights on.
Tuesday, Feb. 11
Caller found a license plate. Officer came by and retrieved plate.
Caller states there is a Cadillac with Florida plates. A male driver with a black jacket waiting for transaction from neighbor on street who caller states allegedly sells heroin. Parties were visiting parents, clear.
Calling party stated someone came to his business from the IRS to check his business ID. No further information.
Minor accident at Lincoln and Hermon Streets.. No injuries.
Wednesday, Feb. 12
Caller states she found a dead bat in her home. She is unsure how the bat got in the house, and she is concerned about rabies. She contacted her vet and her animals will be checked out.
Assisting with the keeping the peace while one party obtains their belongings. Party retrieved what she needed.
DPW on scene by the tennis courts and found a syringe. Syringes were picked up and disposed of.
Call stating a white male with glasses, black jacket, green collar approached a female in a vehicle and was yelling. Units requested medical. One male party voluntarily went to MGH, seemed to be intoxicated on some substance.
Caller states she found a seal on the beach. She was advised State Police property. Seal was just resting. Clear
Thursday, Feb. 13
Person called stating his vehicle was parked on the street and was hit by a snow plow. He stated he would come by the station later today to fill out report.
Female caller asked neighbor to call 911 for her. She is located in the street. Units report larceny of a purse.
Party came in to report her brother’s girlfriend was banging on her door harassing her. Victim/Witness Form completed.
Party came in to report his vehicle was struck while parked and unattended in the area of Bayview Ave.
Mother would like a well being check on her son. Officer spoke to the father, the child is fine. The child also requested we asked his mother to stop contacting him by e-mail it is upsetting him. Clear
Unlicensed operation of motor vehicle stop. Male party (driver) in custody.
Very minor accident, one vehicle had no damage, the second just a small crack to the bumper at Revere and Shirley Streets.
Caller states his girlfriend went to go check on her dog about 25 minutes ago and has not returned any of his phone calls or text. Caller just wants to make sure she is ok. Party is okay, came to check on her dog and fell asleep.
Friday, Feb. 14
Party called to inform station he found few bullets while cleaning out his family’s home. Will turn them into police.
Unit reports there is a cat in the Metcalf Square area with a collar that may be lost.
Caller states another tenant is banging on ceiling. Units spoke to them, was uncooperative, and almost combative. Possible retaliation due to a past call report that was filed.
Saturday, Feb. 15
Reports of a tiny white Westland Terrior, no tags. Reports dog is back safe with her owner. Clear
Male caller reports Shirley St. First and second floors, water break in house. Water shut off. DPW notified.
Party requests wellness check on his elderly friend whose phone has been busy all day. Unit spoke with party. He is fine and well.
Party came into station to report his vehicle struck while parked on Winthrop Street, Damaging the rear bumper. Note was left on his vehicle. He will file a crash report.
Sunday, Feb. 16
Vehicle dark in color Sedan with the front right tire riding the rim, driving in circles. Last seen in the back parking lot by the tennis court. Unit is going to try and make contact with party. States vehicle has heavy front-end damage to the vehicle.
Caller states someone hit his motor vehicle while he was out today, Ford Fusion, black. The damage was on the passenger side panel, front and back door. Police advised party to contact his insurance company. Clear
Caller stated there are four syringes in the barrel next to the liquor store across form the auto body shop on Winthrop Street. Unit secured 4 syringes. Clear
Caller states there is vehicle parked on the wrong side of the street facing the wrong way. Unit states owner of that vehicle is too intoxicated to move vehicle, along with the other parties in the home. G/J towed vehicle. Issued parking violation for obstruction of traffic.
Monday, Feb. 17
Vehicle blocking street at Park and Terrace Avenues. Citation issued. Clear
Five Men Arrested on Cocaine and Money Laundering Charges in Coordinated Takedown
Five men were arrested and charged in federal court in Boston last week on wide-ranging cocaine distribution and money laundering charges, including two Revere men.
•Fabio Quijano, 55, of Winthrop, was indicted on money laundering conspiracy, money laundering, conspiracy to distribute and to possess with intent to distribute five kilograms or more of cocaine, and possession with intent to distribute 500 grams or more of cocaine. According to court documents, Quijano laundered/attempted to launder over $335,000 in cocaine proceeds in 2018 and 2019;
•Jairo Agudelo, 33, of Revere, was indicted on one count each of money laundering conspiracy and money laundering involving approximately $200,000 in cocaine proceeds in February 2019;
•Juan Restrepo-Madrid, 39, a Colombian national residing in Everett, and Sebastian Arbelaez-Perez, 34, a Colombian national residing in Revere, were indicted for conspiracy to distribute and distributing cocaine in East Boston from August to September 2019; and
•Jesus ArleyMunera-Gomez, 33, a Colombian national residing in Revere, was charged with attempting to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute five kilograms or more of cocaine. According to court documents, on Feb. 13, 2020, Munera-Gomez provided approximately $200,000 to undercover agents in exchange for 20 kilograms of sham cocaine.
This operation, dubbed “Operation Týr,” was conducted by a multi-agency task force through the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF), a partnership between federal, state and local law enforcement agencies. The principal mission of the OCDETF program is to identify, disrupt and dismantle the most serious drug trafficking, weapons trafficking and money laundering organizations, and those primarily responsible for the nation’s illegal drug supply.
The charges of conspiracy/attempt to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute five kilograms or more of cocaine (applicable to Quijano and Munera-Gomez) provides for a mandatory minimum sentence of 10 years and up to life in prison, a minimum of five years and up to a lifetime of supervised release and a fine of up to $10 million. The charge of possession with intent to distribute and to distribute 500 grams or more of cocaine (applicable to Quijano) provides for a mandatory minimum sentence of five years and up to 40 years in prison, a minimum of four years and up to a lifetime of supervised release and a fine of up to $5 million. The charges of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute cocaine, and distribution of cocaine (applicable to Restrepo-Madrid and Arbelaez-Perez) provide for a sentence of up to 20 years in prison, a minimum of three years and up to a lifetime of supervised release and a fine of up to $1 million. The charges of money laundering and money laundering conspiracy (applicable to Quijano and Agudelo) provide for a sentence of up to 20 years in prison, three years of supervised release, and a fine of $500,000, or twice the value of the property involved in the transaction, whichever is greater.