Somerville Police Crime Log April 6 – April 12
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John Wrobel, April 6, 11:44 p.m., arrested at 150 Highland Ave. on a warrant charge of attempt to commit a crime.

Anthony Morales, of 1 Mill Ct., Chelsea, April 7, 1:46 p.m., arrested at 133 Middlesex Ave. on a charge of shoplifting by asportation.

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‘After you, officer’

By Jim Clark

Police were dispatched to the Starbucks café on Grand Union Blvd. last Thursday on reports that a man was checking parked cars.

As officers entered the parking lot, they were informed by dispatchers that the man in question, later identified as Keith Francey, had been spotted in the lot entering a car that had been reported as stolen earlier that day.

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Nothing to shout about

 By Jim Clark

Police were called to a Kilby St. location shortly after midnight last Saturday on a noise complaint.

Upon arrival, three males were spotted standing outside at the reported address in the alley that leads to Lake St.

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Somerville Police Crime Log March 30 – April 4
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Deseray Crayton, of 7 Maxwell’s Green, March 31, 11:43 a.m., arrested at home on warrant charges of unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and state highway traffic violation.

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Brass and grass didn’t pass

By Jim Clark

Police executed an arrest of Jonathan Machado on warrant charges of assault with a dangerous weapon, assault to murder, armed robbery and home invasion last week.

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Multicolor is the new black

By Jim Clark

Police were dispatched to the Adidas store at Assembly Row last week on reports that a shoplifter was being detained by store personnel.

Upon arrival, officers spoke with the store staff and were told that a female, identified as Saundra Hart, of Dorchester, had allegedly entered a dressing room carrying five items.

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Somerville Police Crime Log March 23 – March 29
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Yenasi Morales, of 42 West Baltimore St., Lynn, March 23, 12:07 p.m., arrested at Merrian St. on warrant charges of failure to wear a seat belt, use of a motor vehicle without authority, operation of a motor vehicle with a suspended license and speeding.

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Unwelcome guest wakes shelter

By Jim Clark

Police officers were dispatched to St. Patrick Women’s Shelter on Washington St. Sunday evening on reports of an unruly resident.

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Somerville Police Crime Log March 16 – March 22
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Rashid Alnuamani, of Washington St., Boston, March 16, 3:55 p.m., arrested at 77 Middlesex Ave. on warrant charges of possession of a class B drug, trespassing, shoplifting by asportation, resisting arrest and violation of city ordinance non-payment of fares.

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Somerville Police Crime Log March 9 – March 15
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Sean Brooks, of 444 Harrison Ave., Boston, March 9, 8:01 a.m., arrested at 660 Broadway on charges of destruction of property over $250, assault with a dangerous weapon, assault to murder, and attempted murder.

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Feisty bar patron removed from premises

By Jim Clark

Police were dispatched to Michael’s bar on Washington St. last week on a check condition call.

Upon arrival, other officers were spotted escorting a woman out of the bar while a man, later identified as Patrick Courtney, of Malden, reportedly kept trying to place himself between the officers and the woman.

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Police chase down one hot car, passenger

By Jim Clark

While on patrol last Thursday evening, police performed a routine RMV inquiry on a vehicle that had pulled alongside the police cruiser near the intersection of Broadway and Cross St.

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Somerville Police Crime Log March 2 – March 9
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Patrick Courtney, of 202 Oliver St., Malden, March 2, 10:22 p.m., arrested at 97 Washington St. on charges of resisting arrest, assault and battery on a police officer, and disorderly conduct.

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Somerville Police Crime Log February 23 – March 1

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Tanya Venezia, of 179 Temple St., W. Roxbury, February 24, 8:11 p.m., arrested at Everett Ave. on a warrant charge of failure to return leased motor vehicle.

Stanley Enayo, of 88 Bradford St., Everett, February 26, 12:34 a.m., arrested at 23 Cummings St. on a charge of possession of a class A drug.

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Baby formula bandit bagged

By Jim Clark

Police officers were dispatched to the Target store on Somerville Ave. Saturday evening on reports of a shoplifter being held by loss prevention personnel.

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Somerville Police Crime Log February 17 – February 22

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Josue Medrano, of 35 Carey St., Revere, February 18, 12:44 a.m., arrested at 133 Cross St. on warrant charges of number plate violation, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, failure to yield at an intersection, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, and improper operation of a motor vehicle.

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Vehicular assailant ‘knows her laws’

By Jim Clark

A reported case of vehicular assault brought police to Bonair St. on Sunday.

Officers arrived at the scene but reportedly saw no signs of a disturbance at first. They approached a parked vehicle that two women were sitting in and asked if they had reported any incident, to which they replied that they had not, but they pointed to a group of individuals standing in a nearby driveway and said that they had done so.

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