Police Briefs 06-24-2015


A Beachmont man was found deceased from an apparent drug overdose on Pearl Avenue.

Police responded to the apartment building around 1:40 p.m. on Friday to find the man had died.

He was found in a bedroom on the third floor.


One woman is being summonsed on assault charges after following her ex-boyfriend’s new main squeeze, and not only fighting her, but also allegedly punching her mother.

The two women have had an ongoing feud that started when the victim began seeing the suspect’s boyfriend. The two have had numerous confrontations, police said, but last Tuesday, June 24, the suspect followed the victim to her home on Lucia Avenue.

A confrontation erupted, and words were exchanged.

Then the woman allegedly assaulted the victim.

When the victim’s mother came out to break up the fight, the suspect, 23, allegedly punched her as well.


A man well known to police ignited a short-lived bomb scare on Sunday night when he told a clerk at the 7-Eleven that he had a bomb.

Around 8:47 p.m., the man went into the 7-Eleven  on North Shore Road and said he had a bomb in his backpack.

Then, he grabbed the backpack, put it on, and left the store.

Police investigated the incident and determined that the man was not serious.


Two men were arrested early on Wednesday morning when they discovered a party with about 10 young people in a house under construction on Calumet Street.

There was at least one underage person at the party that was drinking.

The call came in around 12:10 a.m. for a possible breaking and entering.

Upon arriving, officers found a party going on with about 10 kid present with alcohol.

Police learned that one of the youths there was the son of the man building the house.

Others were apparently his guests.

Zakaria Benkreira, 23, of 141 Derby Rd., was charged with disturbing the peace and delivering liquor to a person under 21.

Jefferey Satterwhite, 25, of Saugus, was charged with disturbing the peace.


A Lynn woman was arrested early Saturday morning after she quarreled with a cabbie at Wonderland Station and had no patience for police mediation.

Around 12:11 a.m., the woman and the cabbie began arguing at the Station. The cabbie called to another cabbie for assistance, and that person called police.

Police arrived on the scene and found the two feuding parties. They tried to calm the woman down, but she wasn’t interested in listening to police. She eventually became belligerent with officers and pushed one officer.

She was arrested, and alcohol was listed as a factor.

Pauline Faldor, 24, of Lynn, was charged with disorderly conduct, assault and battery, resisting arrest, and two counts of assault and battery on a police officer.


On Wednesday June 3, a resident of Union Street in Everett reported to the Everett Police Department that an unknown male walked onto his front porch and stole their family’s eight-month-old Pit Bull puppy.

The incident was captured on the family’s home surveillance camera. The video captured a white male, shaved head, walking onto the porch, playing with the puppy and after a few minutes, taking the puppy and its leash and walking toward Chelsea.

The homeowner reported the incident to police 30 minutes later. The homeowner, who declined to be identified, stated his wife and three children were heartbroken over this theft. An initial search of the area failed to locate the suspect with the stolen dog. Photographs of the suspect were displayed at roll call and sent to Everett Police Department units on patrol.

At 9:50 p.m., Detective Robert Hall observed a male matching the description in the roll call photograph, walking a pit bull puppy on Elm Street. Detective Hall encountered the individual with the dog and when informed of photographs, he admitted to another officer he took the puppy. The homeowner responded to Elm Street and confirmed this was his dog.

Arrested without incident was Nathan Deters, 44, of Revere. He was charged with Larceny of Property Over $250. He was arraigned in Malden District Court on Thursday June 4.


A Boulevard woman was arrested after a single car crash on Washington Avenue and Park just after midnight last Monday, June 15.

Police were patrolling the area when they came across a motor vehicle that had crashed into the curb. Officers approached the vehicle and, upon encountering the woman, detected a strong odor of liquor.

She was unable to find her license readily and had trouble getting herself out of the car.

Sylvia Gilberti, 34, was charged with OUI Liquor and negligent operation of a motor vehicle.


Sylvia Gilberti, 34, of 647 Revere Beach Blvd., was arrested on charges of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of liquor and negligent operation of a motor vehicle.


Federico A. Brogna Jr., 29, of Lynn, was arrested on an outstanding warrant.


Jefferey Satterwhite, 25, of Saugus, was arrested on  charge of disturbing the peace.

Zakaria Benkreira, 23, of 141 Derby Rd., was arrested on charges of disturbing the peace and providing liquor to a person under the age of 21.


A 17 year old juvenile was arrested on an outstanding warrant.

Holly J. Sahraoui, 41, of 418 Revere Beach Parkway, was arrested on an outstanding warrant.

Kelly J. Maginnis, 31, of Malden, was arrested on a  charge of shoplifting.


Pauline E. Faldor, 24, of Lynn, was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct, assault & battery, resisting arrest, and two counts of assault & battery upon a police officer.

Chardae Liniece Wade, 23, of 168 Winthrop Ave., was arrested on a charge of shoplifting.

Tracy L. Roberts, 50, of Cambridge, was arrested on a charge of shoplifting.

Andrea L. French, 27, of Cambridge, was arrested on a charge of shoplifting.

Journal Staff Reports

House Breaks: (2)

Marshview Terrace; and Dawes Street.

Commercial Breaks: (2)

Broadway – Broadway Laundromat; and VFW Parkway – Wonderland.

Motor Vehicle *Thefts/Breaks: (4)

*Parkway; Broadway (plate); *South Avenue; and *Broadway.

Motor Vehicle Accidents: (29)

Mahoney Circle; Charger Street; Mills/North Shore Rd; Ward Street; Revere/Broadway; Lee Burbank Hwy; Broadway; Washington Avenue; Squire Road; North Shore Road; Chamberlain/Lynnway; Newhall Street; Centennial/Waverly; North Shore Road; Revere Street; Squire Road; North Shore Road; Squire Road; Squire Road; Charger/Squire; Squire Road; Lynn Marsh Road; Squire Road; Squire Road; North Shore Road; Squire Road; Squire Road; Revere Street and Broadway.

House Parties/Loud Stereo Complaints (after 9 p.m.): 12

1 comment for “Police Briefs 06-24-2015

  1. Jean Leuci
    June 26, 2015 at 3:10 pm

    Why is revere not having fireworks this year,these kids look for word of the sky lighting and making them feel so good inside just watching the fireworks going off.also having fun down the beach,show a movie before the fireworks or have games and things for them so they can have fun…. Revere does not look out for there kids anymore,they would rather build condos than biuld something for these children to get off these streets and stay off the corners or shoot at each other,that’s all it’s about is $$$$ with these politics! This is terrible as the YEARS go bye!!! Politics! Politics!

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