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Police Log: Man Arrested at Central St. Job

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

Police Find Man ‘Yelling and Screaming’ After Physical Altercation

Benjamin T. Howard, 19, of 14 Greylock Road, Wellesley was arrested last week after he had a reported physical altercation.

were dispatched to Howard’s residence May 23, where they saw him on the side of the road, according to Wellesley Police records clerk Sue Morse.

“He was yelling and screaming,” Morse said.

Police arrested Howard, who was charged with simple assault and battery.

Man Arrested at Central Street Business

Jimmy James Cyr, 42, of 20 Tucker St., Natick was arrested last week on warrant-related charges after police received an anonymous tip he was working in Wellesley.

Police received an anonymous phone call May 23 about a person working at a business on Central Street who had an outstanding warrant, according to Morse.

Police confirmed it was Cyr and arrested him at his place of employment. The warrant was for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license out of Framingham District Court.

Verbal Altercation Turned Physical, Violent

Roxanne Elaine Houston, 19, of 66 Church St. #2, Wellesley was arrested last week after she had a physical altercation with someone in which she allegedly picked up the other person and banged her head on the floor three times.

Police reported to the scene of the fight the morning of May 24 where one party reported she had a fight with Houston in which she had been strangled, picked up and thrown down and hit with the power cord of a computer, according to Morse. This party said Houston also took her car and left the scene without permission.

Police located Houston later that morning and placed her under arrest. She was charged with aggravated assault and battery, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and use of a motor vehicle without authority.

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