Wellesley Police Log: Witnessed Intimidation and an Unexpected Inspection
The following information was supplied by the Wellesley Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.
The following reports were provided by the Wellesley Police Department. Charges where mentioned do not indicate a conviction.
At about 2:30 p.m. Feb. 4, police received a report from the high school. They were told that before 11 a.m., a student who is a witness in a pending court case in Dedham District Court was approached by another student. This other student, identified as Daniel Farrohi, 17, of Jackson Road made statements which amounted to intimidating the witness.
Officer Carrasquilo spoke to the original witness--the victim of the indimitation, and a third student who overheard the conversation. Police contacted Farrohi and his family, and asked them to come into the station. He confimed the story and was arrested and charged with witness intimidation, and later released on personal recognizance.
Before 6 p.m., police queried the license information of a blue Nissan on Worcester Street, which revealed the vehicle owner's license was revoked. They stopped the vehicle at Weston Road, and asked the operator for her license and registration. She did not have them, but gave a name and birthday which matched that of the registered owner: Jennifer Archilla-Aparicio of Framingham, 23.
Officer Cunningham noticed that the inspection sticker had expired, and on further inspection learned it belonged on a Saturn. She told police that a family member had recently put it on for her. A query determined that the vehicle did not have a current inspection.
Archilla-Aparicio was arrested and charged with operating on a suspended license, operating an insured vehicle, operating after a revocation, forgery or misues of DMV documents (the inspection sticker) and not having a current inspection sticker. She was released on personal recognizance.