Driving Without License Arrests
Tatiane Maria Lopes, 30, of Framingham was arrested March 6 after an officer learned she was operating a motor vehicle without a license.
officer Frank Masiello responded as backup to another call when he encountered Lopes stopped in her vehicle in the left lane of Route 9. Masiello’s cruiser’s lights were activated and he sounded his air horn and Lopes would not move from the lane, according to Wellesley Police records clerk Sue Morse.
Masiello got out of his vehicle and spoke to Lopes who was unable to produce an active driver’s license. She was charged with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and obstructing an emergency vehicle.
Harley Lloyd Lambert Jr., 59, of Newton was arrested last week while driving a motorized scooter without an active driver’s license.
According to Morse, Wellesley Police officer Christopher Cunningham was informed that Lambert’s license had been revoked. Cunningham observed him next to a scooter March 7 on Washington Street, and then saw him drive east. The officer stopped Lambert up the road, and verified that Lambert’s license had been revoked.
He was charged with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
John Wilson, 47, of Dedham was arrested March 8 for driving without an active license after he was pulled over for allegedly running a red light on Weston Road.
Victor Karamoussayan, 50, of Watertown was arrested March 9 for driving without an active license after he was pulled over because his pickup truck had a defective headlight.
Hudson Woman Arrested for Driving Under the Influence of Drugs
Lynn M. Lavache, 45, of Hudson was arrested last week for driving under the influence of drugs.
The police communications center received a phone call of an erratic driver in Wellesley March 9. Wellesley Police officers were able to locate and stop Lavache on Central Street.
They informed her she was being stopped due to a caller reporting that she was driving erratically.
Lavache had trouble finding her pocket book, and trouble producing a driver’s license, according to Morse.
“She appeared uncoordinated,” Morse said reading from the arrest report. “She began to cry and was extremely emotional.”
Morse said Lavache’s eyes were red and glassy but officers did not detect an odor of alcohol. Lavache said she had taken some medication.
She was asked to perform field sobriety tests, which she failed.
She was charged with driving under the influence of drugs and operating recklessly so as to endanger.
Grafton Woman Arrested for Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol
Julie J. Domaingue, 34, of Grafton was arrested last week for drunken driving on Washington Street after she was pulled over for alledgely running a red light.