The following arrest information was supplied by the Watertown Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction
Sept. 25, 12:55 p.m.: An officer conducting speed checks on Belmont Street spotted a Toyota Highlander driving 50 miles per hour in a 30 mph zone, said Watertown Police Lt. Michael Lawn. The officer discovered the driver had a suspended license. Mohammad Almazrooei, 22, of 4 Canal Park Apt. 402 in Cambridge, was arrested on charges of driving with a suspended license and speeding.
Sept. 27, 7:23 a.m.: An officer ran the registration of a GMC driving on Arsenal Street and discovered the owner had a suspended license, Lawn said. James L. Violette, 56, of 1518 Commonwealth Ave. Apt. 3 in Brighton, was arrested on charges of driving with a suspended license, equipment violation, no inspection sticker and license not in possession.
Sept. 27, 2:24 p.m.: A suspicious car was reported driving around the parking lot at Home Depot, and when police stopped the driver they discovered he did not have a license, Lawn said. Anthony G. Mitchell, 29, of 888 Branch Ave. Apt. 2 in North Providence, R.I., was arrested on a charge of unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
Sept. 28, 2:29 a.m.: Police discovered a man had an outstanding warrant when they responded to a report of suspicious activity on Arsenal Street, Lawn said. Sean M. Donnellan, 38, of 17 Slipper Hill Road in Holden, was arrested on a warrant from Waltham District Court for traffic offenses.
Sept. 24, 3:14 p.m.: A bicycle was taken from Watertown Middle School, Lawn said. A student parked his blue Schwinn mountain bike in the morning and when he came back at 2:20 p.m. it was gone. The bike is worth $300.
Sept. 25, 3:44 p.m.: Two storm doors were taken from a home on Arlington Street, Lawn said. They were left in front of the house.
Sept. 26, 12:40 p.m.: A tire was slashed on each of two cars parked in a driveway on Whites Avenue, Lawn said. This was the second time tires had been damaged at the same address over the past two weeks.
Sept. 28, 3:23 p.m.: Victoria’s Secret employees discovered that someone stole $625 worth of underpants from a display table, Lawn said.