Police Briefs 07-04-2018


A 66-year-old Revere resident has been summoned to court for allegedly punching a parking clerk in the back of the head after getting a violation on Park Avenue June 26.

Around 8:15 p.m., the parking clerk alerted police that she had been assaulted by a resident on Park Avenue. The resident had allegedly punched her in the back of the head after getting a ticket in the 200th block of Park Avenue.

Linda Carlton, 66, of 250 Park Ave., was charged with assault and battery on a public employee.



A Larkin Street man has been summoned to court after allegedly hitting a vehicle on Rumney Road June 28 and fleeing the scene.

Around 9:23 p.m., police were called to 154 Rumney Rd. for a white Jeep that had been hit by a driver, who had then fled the scene.

Witnesses directed the officer to a home on Larkin Street, where they were able to locate the car and ascertain the driver.

Josue David Sanchez, 26, of 58 Larkin St., was charged with unlicensed operation and leaving the scene of property damage.



A 15-year-old youth has been arrested for armed robbery.

The youth apparently used a replica BB gun on June 26 to rob another youth of his backpack while brandishing the gun.

The youth reported it to police, who found the suspect and located the weapon, which turned out to be a replica firearm.

The 15-year-old juvenile was charged with armed robbery.



Revere Police are following up on the armed robbery of the Wonderland Convenience Store on North Shore Road from last week.

Around 9 p.m. on June 27, the clerk reported that a black male entered the store and brandished a handgun. He demanded cash while covering his face to conceal his identity. After securing the cash, he fled before Police could arrive.

Detectives are following up.



Omar Gaviria-Agudelo, 45, of 21 Eliot Rd., was arrested on a charge of assault & battery.

A 15 year old juvenile was arrested on a charge of armed robbery.


Joshua Anthony Burgos, 19, of 84 Arlington Ave., was arrested on charges of assault, assault by means of a dangerous weapon, malicious destruction of property under $1200, operating a motor vehicle recklessly so as to endanger, two counts of making a threat to commit a crime, and disturbing the peace.

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