Police Briefs 07-27-2016


At 8:30 a.m. on July 20, personnel from the Lynn Police Department Warrant Squad, the US Marshal’s Service, and the Massachusetts State Police Violent Fugitive Apprehension Section went to 72 Mall St., apartment #14, Lynn, where they arrested Moises Casado, 20, of Chelsea, on a federal arrest warrant for cocaine distribution. Several other persons were at this location as well, and firearms and narcotics were observed.

Officers, Troopers, and Deputy Marshals secured the apartment and obtained and executed a search warrant a short time later. Police seized from the apartment three loaded semi-automatic firearms, more than 300 grams of “crack” cocaine, more than six pounds of marijuana, and more than $7,000 in cash, along with narcotics packaging and distribution materials.

The four other subjects in the apartment were also arrested and charged with numerous firearms and narcotics offenses along with Casado. They are:

  • Allban Ramadine, 19, of Lynn;
  • Tevin Nyachero, 18, of Revere;
  • Jorge Delgado-Medina, 20, of Everett; and
  • a 17-year-old juvenile male.

All were charged with Trafficking Class B Cocaine 200+grams; Possession with Intent to Distribute Class D Marijuana; Conspiracy to Violate Narcotic Laws; Illegal Possession of a Firearm (3 counts); and Possession of a Firearm with Obliterated Serial Number.

Casado was additionally charged with the federal cocaine distribution warrant. Delgado-Medina was additionally charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm and three warrants — for cocaine trafficking; carrying a dangerous weapon; and armed robbery.


A former Revere resident deported to Guatemala was held on high bail at his arraignment Monday, a decade after he was indicted for sexually assaulting a child and two weeks after he re-entered the United States.

Rony Vasquez, 42, was arraigned in Suffolk Superior Court on four counts of rape of a child. At the request of Assistant District Attorney Maryrose Anthes of the DA’s Child Protection Unit, Clerk Magistrate Anne Kaczmarek imposed bail of $100,000 and ordered Vasquez to stay away and have no contact with the victim and her family, have no contact with children under age 16, surrender his passport, and be subject to GPS monitoring.

According to prosecutors, Revere Police on June 18, 2006, arrested Vasquez for alleged sexual contact with an 11-year-old girl. An investigation revealed that Vasquez had assaulted the child on prior occasions.

A Suffolk grand jury indicted Vasquez three months later. However, in October 2006, Vasquez was deported to Guatemala before he could appear for his Suffolk Superior Court arraignment. A warrant for his arrest has been in place since that time.

In the course of a fugitive investigation, US Marshals learned that Vasquez planned to travel from Guatemala to the United States on June 12 in order to visit a relative. When the plane he was traveling on landed in Houston, Marshals were onsite to take Vasquez into custody as a fugitive from justice.

Vasquez is represented by Patrick Millina. He returns to court Sept. 7.


Liam Stapleton, 38, of Revere was arraigned Monday in East Boston Municipal Court on charges of operating under the influence of liquor, negligent operation, and a marked lanes violation in connection with a crash at a worksite inside the Callahan Tunnel shortly after 2 a.m. Monday. The crash caused damage to equipment at the site but no injuries. Assistant District Attorney James Megee requested bail of $10,000 and orders that Stapleton remain alcohol-free subject to random testing and not operate a motor vehicle unless properly licensed. Judge John McDonald set bail in the amount of $500 and imposed the requested conditions of release. Stapleton was represented by Edward Harrington and returns to court Sept. 28.


One suspected drunk driver was astounded when police informed him on Sunday that he was not in Quincy, but rather Revere.

Around 2:15 a.m., a police detail working the Squire Lounge noticed a man pull into the Speedway gas station next door erratically and park far up on the curb. A quick examination of the car revealed that there were no tires on one side of the car, and the driver had been tooling around on the rims.

The driver tried to walk into the store, but fell down several times and appeared as if he had been falling all night based on the condition of his clothing. Officers noticed he had glassy eyes and smelled of alcohol.

They asked him how much he had to drink, and he replied, “I’m in Quincy.”

Officers informed him that he was in Revere, and he did not believe them.

“I’m in Quincy,” he repeated.

Officers asked him a few more questions and he couldn’t answer them. He was placed under arrest and police found a bottle of cucumber flavored Vodka in the car.

Must be what they drink in Quincy.

Michael Bernardini, 23, of Stoughton, was charged with operating under the influence of liquor, negligent operation and possession of an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle.


The Citizens Bank on Broadway called in the police on Wednesday, July 20, when a man was upset about the timing of a cash deposit and allegedly threatened to shoot up the bank.

The man had made a deposit at the ATM and was perturbed that he couldn’t immediately withdraw the cash from his account. He left angry, but returned the next day and found the money still not available. He was upset, but did leave.

Later, security indicated to the bank that the man had told them he planned to shoot up the bank with a firearm unless his money was released.

Police were notified and the man was interviewed.


An Everett man was arrested on Tuesday, July 19, after a foot chase when he allegedly robbed a man at the Speedway on Squire Road.

Around 4 a.m., police were notified that a black male in black jeans and a backpack had approached a man and taken his headphones in an unarmed robbery.

Officers were on the lookout and spotted a suspect at Goldie Street.

Officers pulled over and asked the man if they could ask him some questions.

The man put his hands in his pockets and began walking towards officers. Police backed up and ordered him twice to stop walking and take his hands out of his pockets.

He finally complied, but then booked it down Goldie Street towards the Marsh. Police gave chase and quickly caught up to him.

After a search, they found the victim’s headphones.

The victim was brought by and positively identified the man as the robber.

Justus Lawson, 24, of Everett, was charged with larceny from a person and possession of a Class B drug (cocaine).



Najah Roberts-Carter, 18, of 55 Revere St., was arrested on charges of malicious destruction of property over $250, assault & battery, making a threat to commit a crime, and two counts of assault & battery by means of a dangerous weapon.

Erika M. DiMarzo, 32, of East Boston, was arrested on an outstanding warrant.

Richard Gallo, 42, of Lynn, was issued a summons for charges of making a threat to commit a crime and intimidation of a witness.

Leroy Frederick Jr., 44, of Lynn, was arrested on a charge of operating a motor vehicle after his right to operate had been suspended.


David E. Amaral Jr., 38, of 413 Mountain Ave., was arrested on two outstanding warrants.

Raymond M. Baker, 35, listed without an address, was arrested on an outstanding warrant.

Shane K. Hetzel, 39, of Lowell, was arrested on a charge of operating a motor vehicle after his right to operate had been suspended.


Michael M. Bernardini, 23, of Stoughton, was arrested on charges of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of liquor and negligent operation of a motor vehicle. He also as cited for the civil motor vehicle infraction of having an open container of alcohol.

Kevin K. Castro, 20, of Everett, was issued a summons for a charge of negligent operation of a motor vehicle.

Joseph Corrado, 25, of Manchester, N.H., was arrested on charges of shoplifting and assault & battery.


Mercedes Herandez, 40, of 45 Arlington Ave., was arrested on charges of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of liquor and leaving the scene of an accident after causing property damage

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