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Driver with Missing Tire Arrested for DUI

The following information was supplied by the Wellesley Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

Driver With No License Arrested after Officer Saw Loose License Plate

A loose license plate led to the arrest of a driver last week on Route 9.

Tiago Silva, 28, of 502 Hollis St. Apt. #2, Framingham was traveling east on Route 9 April 23 when officer Nate Derby, on patrol in the area, noticed Silva’s front license plate was hanging on by one screw, according to Wellesley Police records clerk Sue Morse.

Derby pulled Silva over. When asked, Silva told Derby he did not have a license and instead handed him a Brazillian passport. A check of his name and date of birth revealed that he did not have a driver’s license.

Silva was placed under arrest and charged with operating a motor vehicle without a license and driving with an improperly secured registration plate.

Illegal Left Turn Leads to Arrest of Driver

Salvadore R. Patria, 39, of 10 Nichols St. Apt. #4, Jefferson, Mass. was arrested April 27 for driving through his license was suspended after an officer pulled him over for making an illegal left turn onto Route 9.

Driver Arrested for DUI After Driving With Missing Tire

A Holliston woman was arrested last week for driving under the influence of alcohol after an officer saw she was driving with a missing tire and sparks coming out from the vehicle’s undercarriage.

Cidhinnia M. Torres-Campos, 34, of 118 Regal St., Holliston was driving on Washington Street April 28 when officer Tim Dennehy observed fresh damage and leaking fluid at the front of Torres-Campos’ vehicle. He also noticed one the car’s tires was completely missing and the car was driving on the rim, according to Morse.

Dennehy pulled Torres-Campos over and detected a strong odor of alcohol. Torres-Campos was asked to perform four field sobriety tests which she failed.

She was arrested and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol.

“Suspicious” Person in Medical Offices Arrested on Warrant-Related Charges

Wellesley Police received a phone call reporting a suspicious person in a closed office building at 63 Walnut St. last week. They found a Waltham woman who was wanted on three warrants.

Jennifer A. Fleming, 40, of 17 Charlesbank Way Apt. #C, Waltham was in the medical office building after it had closed April 27, according to Morse.

Wellesley detectives responded to the scene and found Fleming. Fleming, who was known to the detectives, was arrested on warrants for assault and battery, defacing property and a civil rights violation.

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