The following reports were provided by the Wellesley Police Department from Dec. 24 - 27. Charges where mentioned do not indicate a conviction.
While conducting traffic enforcement at about 7:30 a.m. on Dec. 24, Dec. Connelly reported a speeding car which, when he queried the plates, had an outstanding warrant for the owner. After confirming that the driver was the owner, Cyril Lousiner of Everett, 37, police arrested and charged him on that warrant for vehicle offenses. He was taken to court.
Loose Pills, Loose Inspection Sticker
Officer Carrasquillo, while performing traffic enforcement on Route 9 at about 11:30 a.m. on Dec. 26, queried a Jeep Cherokee which came back with revoked registration because of insurance, and the driver's license suspended. The officer pulled the vehicle over near Audubon Road. When asked for the license and registration, the driver, Jason Perch, 27 of Quincy said he could not find the registration and handed over a photocopy of his license.
While conducting an inventory of the vehicle, the officer found a prescription pill outside of a package, and a Lidoderm Lidocaine patch under a prescription that did not belong to Perch. The officer also determined that the RMV inspection sticker, which was hanging loosely on the windshield, belonged to another car. Perch was arrested and charged with driving on a revoked registration, driving without a license, possession of a class E drug, and using false or stolen RMV documents. He was taken to Dedham District Court.
Video Doesn't Lie
A woman was arrested following an October incident, in which a MassBay College student reported to Wellesley Police that his wallet had been missing. Officer Carrasquilo came in to take the report, and worked with campus police to develop leads. Recently, cards from the wallet were used to make purchases around Downtown Crossing in Boston. Police were able to get video footage from the stores, and were able to identify a woman, Whislaine Mesidor, 20, of Dorchester, who was with a man they were unable to identify.
She came into the station to answer a few questions. She told police that she and her companion found the wallet and decided to make a few purchases. After she was shown the video, she admitted that they took the video from the owner's backpack in a computer lab.
She was arrested and charged, and released on personal recognizance.