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Police Booking Log: Local Businessman Accused of 'Flashing' Revolver, No Gun Found

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 Oct. 30 to Nov. 3. Please remember that the charges listed below do not indicate a conviction.

Assault and battery

On Oct. 31, Grover Taylor, 37, of Wilmington, was arrested at 82 Concord Ave. and charged with assault with a dangerous weapon. According to a police report, Taylor, who owns Eat at Jumbo's, got into a road rage incident with a man in a pickup truck on Washington Street. When police responded, Taylor alleged the man had punched him, and officers advised Taylor to file a complaint for assault and battery.

Later, according to the report, police received a call from the pickup-truck driver, who said that after police left the original incident Taylor followed him in his car and flashed a silver revolver. Police went to Eat at Jumbo's and found Taylor, the report says. Taylor denied having a handgun and allowed police to search his car, but they didn't find a handgun, according to the report.

On Nov. 2, Brandielee DaSilva, 35, was arrested at 10 Canal Lane and charged with assault and battery and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.

On Nov. 3, Oliver Ayoub, 23, of Medford, was arrested by a Somerville police officer in Medford and charged with assault with a dangerous weapon and negligent operation of a motor vehicle. He is accused of throwing a bottle at a police officer's car.

On Nov. 3, Samuel Tawa, 19, of Medfield, was arrested on Packard Avenue and charged with assault and battery.

Larceny, theft and shoplifting

On Nov. 11, Pena Exlane, 42, of 11 Wesley St., was arrested at 180 Somerville Ave. and charged with larceny and shoplifting.

On Nov. 2, Laina Burke, 26, of 8 Everett St., was arrested at that address and charged with armed and masked robbery. She is accused of robbing the Citizens Bank in Union Square.

Drug-related arrests

On Oct. 30, Paul Gallagher, 42, of Everett, was arested at 775 McGrath Highway and charged with drug distribution and possession of a dangerous weapon. According to a police report, an undercover officer purchased Suboxone pills from him, and the report says he had a knife.

On Nov. 2, David Wallace, 52, of Malden, was arrested on Burnside Avenue and charged with drug possession and conspiracy to violate drug law.

On Nov. 2, John McClean, 52, of Boston, was arrested on Burnside Avenue and charged with being present where heroin was kept and conspiracy to violate drug law.

Other arrests

On Nov. 1, Robert Gibson, 62, of 56 Fremont St., was arrested at 8 Main St. and charged with failure to register as a sex offender.

On Nov. 3, Alexander Noviello, 24, of 486 Medford St., was arrested at that address and charged with disorderly conduct.

Warrant arrests

On Oct. 30, Amy Hill, 23, was arrested at 109 Cross St. on warrants for sexual conduct for a fee, drug possession and conspiracy to violate drug law.

On Nov. 11, Jonathan Norena, 21, of Revere, was arrested at 299 Broadway on a warrant for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.

On Nov. 11, Moises Laskoski, of Medford, was arrested at 230 Highland Ave. on a warrant for possessing a false RMV doccument.

On Nov. 11, Jeremy Gillis, 28, of 15 Weston Ave., was arrested on Broadway on warrants for furnishing a false name or social security number, drug possession, larceny and shoplifting.

On Nov. 2, Luke Lugo, 27, of 18 Lowell St., was arrested at that address on a warrant for violating a harrassment prevention order.

Matt November 12, 2012 at 02:21 AM
Where the police activity between November 3rd and November 11th? The other day you had the activity until November 5, then today it says until 11/3, but you have stuff from today on there. What's up?

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