Driver Pulled Over for Failing to Travel in Right Lane, Arrested for Lack of License, Warrant
A driver was pulled over last week for failing to travel in the right lane despite opportunities to do so.
Officer Nate Derby was on patrol on Route 9 Jan. 12 when he observed a vehicle which “remained in left lane even though right lane was available,” according to Wellesley Police records clerk Sue Morse.
“It was not overtaking other vehicles traveling in the left lane ahead of him,” she said reading from the original report.
Derby pulled the vehicle over and asked the driver, Jewil E. Guerrero, 22 from Jamaica Plain, for his license and registration.
Gurrero told Derby his driver’s license had been suspended. Derby performed a routine check of Guerrero which revealed the driver had a warrant out for his arrest for motor vehicle offenses from West Roxbury District Court.
Guerrero was arrested and charged with operating a vehicle though license had been suspended, failure to drive in the right lane and charges related to the warrant.
Third Shoplifter Arrested at Whole Foods Since It Opened
Wellesley Police arrested a third shoplifting suspect last week since the new store opened last August.
Officer Janet Popovski was dispatched to Whole Foods Jan. 9 where she was met by a loss prevention officer who said he saw Kelly Cristina Sharib, 39, from Natick place three items into her purse.
According to Morse, the items were cosmetics with a total value of $161.47. Sharib was also carrying a reusable plastic checkout bag, which contained items she paid for.
She did not pay for the items in her purse, however, Morse said.
Sharib was arrested and charged with shoplifting of over $100 by concealing merchandise.