Arrests made by the Somerville Police Department from Sept. 3 to Sept. 9. Please remember that the charges listed below do not indicate a conviction.
Assault and battery
On Sept. 7, Paul Lacharite, 65, of Boston, was arrested at 220 Washington St. (the police station) and charged with indecent assault and battery on a child under 14 and assault to rape a child. in Teele Square. He .
On Sept. 9, Robert Tiernan, 50, of Medford, was arrested at 371 Broadway and charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. He is .
On Sept. 9, James Miller, 39, of 29 Putnam St., was arrested at that address and charged with assault and battery and violating an open container law.
On Sept. 6, Luis Arroyo-Morales, 34, of Roslindale, was arrested at 480 Mystic Ave. and charged with drug possession. He is .
Operating under the influence
On Sept. 8, Jose Lemus, 36, of 420 Medford Ave., was arrested on Pembroke Street and charged with operating under the influence of liquor.
Driving without a license
On Sept. 7, Sandro Osorio, 24, of Everett, was arrested at 304 Somerville Ave. and charged with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
On Sept. 7, Catalino Rodriguez, 49, of Medford, was arrested on College Avenue and charged with operating with a suspended license and speeding.
On Sept. 8, Gerson Bautista Lara, 30, of 1273 Broadway, was arrested at 674 Broadway and charged with negligent operation of a motor vehicle, marked lanes violation and unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
On Sept. 6, Edward Cottier, 44, of 37 Harvard St., was arrested on Craigie Street and charged with disorderly conduct.
On Sept. 9, Robert Bachelder, 23, of Medford, was arrested on Elm Street and charged with disorderly conduct. According to a police report, Bachelder had to be removed from by a police officer, and about 17 minutes later he knocked over a trash can on Elm Street. The report says Bachelder apologized for knocking over the can and offered to clean up the mess, but police arrested him.
On Sept. 3, Nicole Palmer, 30, of Malden, was arrested at 77 Middlesex Ave. on warrants for shoplifting and larceny.
On Sept. 3, Sergio Aparicio-Jimenez, 18, of 35 Jaques St., was arrested 10 Michigan Ave. on a warrant for breaking and entering.
On Sept. 5, Mark Spatafore, 48, of Charlestown, was arrested at 693 McGrath Highway on warrants for drug possession, driving with a suspended license, failing to stop or yield and equipment violation.
On Sept. 5, Jennifer Turner, 28, of Chelsea was arrested on Broadway on warrants for driving with a suspended license and not having an inspection sticker.
On Sept. 5, Steven O'Neil, 28, of Chelsea, was arrested at 175 Washington St. on warrants for drug distribution and drug violation near a school or park.
On Sept. 6, Alexander Matos, 20, of Chelsea, was arrested at 183 Powderhouse Blvd. on warrants for taking and stealing a motor vehicle, arrgavated assault and battery and witness intimidation.
On Sept. 7, Sergio Moreira, 63, of Everett, was arrested on New Washington Street on warrants for operating without a license and having an obstructed window.
Sept. 7, Manuel Leal, 32, of 199 Pearl St., was arrested at 175 Fellsway on a warrant for aggravated assault and battery.
On Sept. 7, Kent Greene, 51, of Cambridge, was arrested on Broadway on warrants for receiving a stolen motor vehicle, receiving stolen property, driving with a suspended registration, driving an uninsured motor vehicle or trailer, driving an unregistered motor vehicle, and number plate violations.
On Sept. 7, Johnson Thelemaque, 23, of 88 Gilman Sq., was arrested at 30 Memorial Drive on warrants for threatening to commit crime and violating an abuse prevention order.
On Sept. 8, Kenneth Duffy, 58, of Boston, was arrested on Otis Street and charged with threatening to commit crime.
On Sept. 8, Adam Leal, 28, of Revere, was arrested at 52 Broadway on a warrant for larceny.
On Sept. 8, Shawn St. Laurant, 33, was arrested on Cross Street on warrants for shoplifting, carrying a dangerous weapon, disorderly conduct, attempting to commit crime and defacing property.