Assault and battery
On Oct. 7, Raymond Massey, 49, of Dorchester, was arrested at 113 Washington St. and charged with assault with a dangerous weapon and breaking and entering.
On Oct. 11, Derek Stewart, 24, of 12 Tennyson St., was arrested at that address and charged with assault and battery.
On Oct. 14. Arlido Oliveira, 45, of Revere, was arrested at 608 Somerville Ave. and charged with assault and battery.
On Oct. 9, Noe Perez-Vasquez, 23, of 79 Cross St., and Miguel Ramirez, 21, of 206 Washington St., were arrested at 78 Broadway and charged with attempting to committ a crime, specifically an armed robbery. Perez-Vasquez was also charged with possession of a dangerous weapon and Ramirez was charged with having an open container of alcohol. They are accused of trying to rob a man who was walking home from work.
Larceny and theft
On Oct. 11, two juveniles from Cambridge were arrested in the area of Rossmore Street. One was charged with receiving a stolen motor vehicle, the other was charged with receiving a stolen motor vehicle, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and leaving the scene of property damage. According to a police report, an officer saw a car pull into the parking lot of 180 Somerville Ave.—the Target parking lot—without lights on. When the officer turned on his blue lights, three teenagers bailed from the car and ran off, the report says. It says the car continued moving and rolled into a parked car. Police ultimately found one of the teens on the roof of 34 Rossmore St. and another running away on Washington Street, the report says. One of the teens admitted to being a member of the Port 44 Gang, which appears to be from Cambridge.
On Oct. 12, Paul Flaherty, 51, of Quincy, was arrested at 75 Mystic Ave. and charged with shoplifting. According to a police report, Flaherty walked into the Home Depot with a pocket full of old receipts and began shopping around for items listed on those receipts. He then tried to leave the Home Depot without paying for the items, using the receipts as proof that he had paid for them, the report says. It says Flaherty took about $296 worth of things including power cords and lighters. According to the report, Flaherty also had seven gold chains and $7,412 in cash on him.
Operating under the influence
On Oct. 11, Nicole Bairos, 30, of 40 Benton Rd., was arrested at 5 Cutter Ave. and charged with operating under the influence of liquor. According to a police report, police pulled over Bairos at around 2 a.m. after receiving word that she had almost hit a man with her car. The report says she was driving 45 miles per hour and swerving. During a sobriety test, according to the report, Bairos told police that drinking wine didn't count toward operating under the influence, but she also said she hadn't been drinking wine.
On Oct. 11, John Wrobel, 51, of Cambridge, was arrested on Dane Street under the state's protecting an incapacitated person law, which allows police officers to assist intoxicated people to the police station.
On Oct. 9, Kendra Giarratana, 33, of Malden, was arrested at 100 Willow Ave. on warrants for disorderly conduct, assault and battery, drug possession and open and gross lewdness.