Police Booking Log: Man Stuffs Pabst Beer Can Down Pants, then Throws it at Clerk
The following arrest information was supplied by the Somerville Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.
Arrests made by the Somerville Police Department from Feb. 26 to March 3. Please remember that the charges listed below do not indicate a conviction.
Assault and battery
On Feb. 26, Jonathan Scull, 26, of Medford, was arrested at 523 Broadway and charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, resisting arrest and shoplifting. According to allegations in a police report, Scull stole a 16-ounce can of Pabst Blue Ribbon beer from Woody's Liquors by stuffing it down his pants and then walking out of the store. When the clerk confronted him about it on the street, asking him why he had a bulge in his pant leg near his ankle, he told her, in not so polite terms, it was his genitals, and then he took the can out and threw it at her head, according to the victim's account in the police report. Scull then ran off down Williams Street into Medford, the report says. Police ultimately caught up with him, but he fought with them, according to the report, which says it took three officers to put him in handcuffs. He threatended the police officers, and they also found him with a small amount or marijuana, the report says.
On Feb. Juan Interiano, 17, of Everett, was arrested at 211 Pearl St. and charged with assault and battery on a police officer, resisting arrest, shoplifting and trespassing. He is accused of stealing a loaf of bread from Pearl Street Market and struggling with officers who tried to arrest him.
On March 3, Heidi Connolly, 34, of Chelsea, was arrested at 21 Wheatland St. and charged with assault and battery and disorderly conduct.
On March 1, Imran Laltaprasad, 29, of Quincy, was arrested at 18B Broadway and charged with drug possession to distribute and conspiracy to violate drug law. He is accused of selling cocaine and heroin, which he allegedly stored in his prosthetic leg.
On March 1, Vincent Weaks, 30, of Dorchester, and Raymone Washington, 23, of Chelsea, were arrested at 18B Broadway in connection to the above incident. They were both charged with conspiracy to violate drug law. Maryann Zeletsky, 54, of 18B Broadway, was also arrested and charged with conspiracy to violate drug law. She was also arrested on a warrant for operating with a suspended license.
On March 2, Scott Cone, 43, of Winthrop, was arrested on Broadway and charged with drug possession, driving with a suspended license and failing to stop or yield.
Operating under the influence
On March 2, Steven Cabral, 21, of Wilmington, was arrested on McGrath Highway and charged with operating under the influence of liquor, driving with a suspended license, failure to stop or yield and giving a false name.
Driving without a license
On Feb. 28, Macharia Johnson, 38, of Everett, was arrested at 219 Broadway and charged with driving with a suspended license and driving without an inspection sticker.
On Feb. 26, Jose Guiterrez, 34, of 103 Cross St., was arrested at 97 Gilman St. and charged with attempting to commit crime and possession of burglarious instruments.
On Feb. 27, Christopher Gillespie, 28, of Brockton, was arrested at 139 Alewife Brook Parkway and charged with violating an abuse prevention order.
On Feb. 28, Jose Marroquin, 54, of 2 Edwards St., was arrested at 299 Broadway and charged with open and gross lewdness. According to a police report, Marroquin was caught, at about 4:20 p.m., peeing on the staircase near the Winter Hill Rite Aid.
On March 3, Kwesi George, 22, was arrested at 500B Mystic Ave. and charged with trespassing and resisting arrest.
On Feb. 27, Patrick Scully, 49, of Cambridge, was arrested at 198 Broadway on warrants for driving with a suspended licence and a miscellaneous equipment violation.
On March 1, Christine Rivera, 36, of Methuen, was arrested on Joy Street on a warrant for driving with a suspended license.
On March 2, Sara Haapanen, 22, of Randolph, was arrested at 139 Pearl St. on warrants for drug violation near a school or park and drug possession.
On March 2, Jason Laporta, 36, of 199 Pearl St., was arrested at 10B Memorial Rd. on warrents for armed assault to murder, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and destruction of property.