Police Briefs 07-05-2017

Revere Police NEWS


Revere Police are investigating some very good leads in an armed robbery incident on Beach Street last Wednesday, June 28.

It’s a robbery Police believe is related to a similar armed robbery of a person on Vinal Street earlier in June.

The most recent crime took place around 10:19 p.m. on the corner of Hyde and Beach Streets on June 28. The victim reported he was walking in the area when a man approached him and drew a firearm on him. The victim said the man demanded items from him, and then fled in a blue Honda Civic.

The vehicle and incident were very similar to the robbery on Vinal Street, where a firearm was also shown.



A Brockton man was arrested on Monday, June 26, after he and two other men led police on a high-speed chase through the streets of Revere – with the one man being caught when he drove through the Butler Circle center-span and crashed the cycle.

Around 11:42 p.m., police on patrol encountered three motorcycles on Park Avenue going at a very high rate of speed and turning on Broadway, then heading up Central Avenue.

Police pursued, but with the high rates of speed, they didn’t chase the fleeing motorcycles. However, they did continue in their direction to monitor where they were going.

It was estimated the motorcycles were going more than 60 mph on the city streets.

At Mahoney Circle, two of the cycles headed elsewhere and made good their escape.

One cycle continued onto American Legion Highway towards Butler Circle.

At the Circle, the cycle went straight into the middle, jumping the curb and crashing the bike. The driver attempted to pick up the bike and make a U-turn to get away, but Police were quickly on the scene and handcuffed him before he could get away.

The suspect, remarkably, had only minor injuries.

Jiordano Marinez, 28, of Brockton, was charged with speeding in violation of special regulations, failure to stop for a police officer, failing to yield, and operating negligently.



The Revere Police Gang Unit has taken up an investigation into graffiti vandalism reported by the Revere Housing Authority.

Around 8:40 a.m. on Wednesday, June 28, police received a notification from the Housing Authority of the tagging at 309 Cooledge St.

It is believed that the graffiti is gang-related and it is being investigated.



A Malden woman bragging about stealing a car in a local restaurant got the tables turned when someone reported the braggadocio to the Police.

Around 5 p.m. on Thursday, June 29, the woman was in Margarita’s Restaurant and was talking about having just stolen a car.

Someone dropped a dime after overhearing the conversation, and Police reported to the scene to check it out.

Indeed, the car she was driving had been stolen from a Malden car dealership earlier that day.

The woman was taken from the scene for medical aid, but will be summonsed on charges.

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