Watertown Police Arrest Log: Assault to Murder, Drug Possession and More

The following arrest information was supplied by the Watertown Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

April 15

A Waltham man was arrested on Main Street at Myrtle Street and charged on a warrant. Douglas E. Weinberg, 42, of 27 Middlesex Circle Apt. 9, was charged with driving with a suspended license and driving an unregistered car, police said.

April 17

A Braintree woman was arrested on French street on a warrant. Kathleen Slavin, 29, of 550 Liberty St. Apt. 1303, was charged with driving with a suspended license, driving an unregistered car and not having insurance, police said.

April 18

An Arlington woman and a Waltham man were arrested on Wells Avenue on drug charges. Heather Bowen, 44, of 158 Lowell St., was charged with Class B drug possession. Armando Campos Jr., 49, of 93 Greymore Road, was charged with distributing Class B drugs, police said.

April 19

A Newton man was arrested on Spruce Street. Daniel B. Gaudes, 23, of 21 Mount Vernon Terrace, was charged with witness intimidation, police said.

A Watertown resident was arrested following a disturbance on Arsenal Street. Arzouman, Nrgeian, 59, of 83 Melendy Ave, Apt. A, was charged with disorderly conduct, police said. 

April 20

A Waltham man was arrested on Robert Ford Road following a domestic disturbance. Robert Phinney, 51, of 27 Lexington St., was charged with assault and battery, police said.

April 23

A Watertown man was arrested on a warrant from Framingham District Court. Kevin J. Schneider, 59, of 83 Spruce St. was charged with traffic violations, police said.

April 26

Following a domestic disturbance on School Street, an Everett man was arrested and charged with armed asasult. Santos E. Paz-Montano, 42, of 32 Jackson Ave. Apt. 1, was also charged with assault with a dangerous weapon, police said.

April 27

A Watertown man was arrested on Main Street. Stephen E. Bloom, 50, of 35 Rose Ave., was charged with OUI liquor, police said. 


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