Police Booking Log: Some Drug Arrests and a Failure to Scan at KMart
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 April 3 to April 7. Please remember that the charges listed below do not indicate a conviction.
Larceny and theft
On April 3, Jill Blanco, 36, of East Boston was arrested at 77 Middlesex Ave. and charged with shoplifting.
On April 6, Tracy Vitello, 41, of 46 Glen St., was arrested at 14 McGrath Highway and charged with shoplifting.
On April 7, Philip Rogers, 53, Maria Crooker, 47, and Laurie Ann Garrett, 41, were arrested at 77 Middlesex Ave. and charged with larceny and conspiracy. According to a police report, Crooker was an employee of KMart working the register, and she would scan one object and then place "multiple items in a bag without scanning them." Crooker told the loss prevention officers she felt bad for Rogers and Garrett so she only scanned some of their items, according to the report.
On April 5, Omar Legall, 29, of Everett, was arrested on Ivaloo Street and charged with drug possession to distribute. He was also arrested on warrants for drug possession to distribute, drug violation near a school or park and trespassing. Legall is accused of selling crack cocaine.
On April 7, McKenna Goodman, 19, of Easton, was arrested on Mt. Vernon St. and charged with drug possession. James Amaral, 31, of Malden, was also arrestrd on Mt. Vernon St. and charged with drug possession. They are accused of having heroin.
On April 6, Maurice Reidy, 54, of Cambridge, was arrested at 400 Somerville Ave. and charged with open and gross lewdness and lewd, wanton and lasciviouis behavior. Reidy is accused of touching himself in a car parked in the Market Basket parking lot.
On April 4, Brian Aufiero, 27, of 240 Pearl St., was arrested at 120 School St. on a warrant for larceny.
On April 5, Dan Silberberg, 62, was arrested at 220 Washington St. (the police station) on warrants for driving an uninsured vehicle or trailer and driving an unregistered vehicle.
On April 5, Brian Botelho, 34, of 21 Nassua St., was arrested on Cross Street on warrants for larceny from a person, uttering a fasle instrument (which usually means forging a check), larceny, destruction of property and breaking and entering.
On April 5, Ayo Murphy, 25, of Brockton, was arrested at 1188 Broadway on warrants for driving an unisured motor vehicle, driving with a suspended license and driving an unregistered motor vehicle.