Wayne Richard, 59, of Saugus, was arrested on charges of operation of a motor vehicle while under the influence of liquor (2nd offense) and negligent operation of a motor vehicle.
Miguel A. Santana, 54, of 18 Intervale St., was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
Nicholas Joseph Servideo, 31, of Everett, was issued a summons for a charge of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license.
Thanh H. Thang, 41, of Boston, was arrested on a charge of shoplifting (3rd offense).
Pasquale Andrettola, 60, of 32 Centennial Ave., was issued a summons for a charge of bribing a public official.
Zachary P. Titus, 21, of Wakefield, was issued a summons for a charge of shoplifting.
Jasmine M. White, 26, of Jamaica Plain, was issued a summons for a charge of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license (subsequent offense).
Margerie Serrano, 34, of 179 Campbell Ave., was issued a summons for charges of larceny of property over $250 and intimidation of a witness.
Patricia M. Costa, 54, of 1535 North Shore Rd., was issued a summons for malicious destruction of property over $250.
Valeria Alves, 24, of Framingham, was arrested on a charge of shoplifting.
Colin Thomas Faller, 19, of Melrose, was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
Michael Siciliano, 19, of 21 Overlook Ridge Terrace, was arrested on an outstanding warrant and on charges of possession of a firearm without an FID card, possession of ammunition without an FID card, possession of a large capacity firearm, defacing a firearm serial number, and illegal possession of a Class B controlled narcotic substance with intent to distribute.
Yurany Calle-Campos, 26, of 370 Ocean Ave., was arrested on a charge of assault & battery.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27
Jessica M. Filipowich, 37, of Malden, was arrested on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of liquor.
Sandra Maldonado, 25, of 44 Highland St., was arrested on a charge of interfering with a police officer in the performance of his duty.
Jose Granados, 44, of 44 Highland St., was arrested on charges of assault & battery and interfering with a police officer in the performance of his duty.
Three banks robbed in under one week
By Seth Daniel
Three banks were hit in one week in Revere – all of them Citizens Bank branches – and police are investigating any connections between the three.
The most recent, and most shocking robbery, happened at the Citizens Bank on Broadway around 11:40 a.m. when a man dressed in all black, wearing a sinister skeleton mask and brandishing a handgun went into the bank and stole an undisclosed amount of cash.
The suspect wore a black hat with Peace signs on it and brandished a weapon, taking off on a green bicycle up Central Avenue – where a red dye pack exploded and caused a lot of attention to be focused on the fleeing man.
The robber eluded police, but a good deal of the money was found in the Municipal Parking Lot on Central Avenue – about one block from the bank.
Tellers at the bank were shaken by the incident and the bank branch closed up for the rest of the day on Monday.
Meanwhile, six Revere Public Schools went on lockdown for about 15 minutes after the armed man fled from the bank.
Supt. Dianne Kelly said Revere High School, Rumney Marsh Academy, the Hill School, Lincoln School, Whelan School and the Susan B. Anthony School were on external lockdown for about 15 minutes out of an abundance of caution.
“We did develop some leads on the case today (Tuesday), so it’s a pretty active investigation,” said Lt. John Goodwin.
Meanwhile, on Thursday, Oct. 20, around 6 p.m., police responded to the Citizens Bank on Furlong Drive in the Stop & Shop for an armed robbery of the branch.
Workers described the man as a white male, about 5’4” and wearing a baseball hat. He had tape over his nose. He fled with an undisclosed amount of cash.
The day before, on Wednesday, Oct. 19, police believe the same man committed an armed robbery of the Citizens Bank on Squire Road in the Stop & Shop there.
The man entered the bank around 3:30 p.m. on Oct. 19 and brandished a firearm. The man was wearing a long-sleeved white shirt and sweatpants, along with a blue baseball hat and the tape on his nose.
He demanded cash, was armed and fled the scene on foot.
“That was the same suspect in both of those Stop & Shop cases,” said Goodwin. “We have some good video evidence on the two at Stop & Shop incidents so we’re following that.”