Watertown Police Log: Man Arrested for Carrying Bow and Arrows, Car Stolen and More

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


Dec. 24, 4:40 p.m.: Police arrested Theresa C. Young, 27, of 2 Fifth Ave. in Watertown, on a charge of domestic assault and battery. 

Dec. 28, 8:13 p.m.: Police arrested Peter J. McCool, 52, of 214 Boylston St. in Watertown, on charges of domestic assault and battery and threat to commit a crime.

Dec. 29, 2:25 a.m.: An officer on Pleasant Street spotted a couple of men walking down the street and appeared to be stumbling and intoxicated. One of the men had a bow and a handful of arrows. The officer stopped the men, and told them that for safety reasons he was going to take the bow and arrows and they could come pick them up at the Police Station. One of the men began to act up and was arrested. Jonathan Marraccino, 24, of 3202 Shepherd Ave. in Milwaukee, Wis., was arrested on charges of carrying a dangerous weapon, disorderly conduct and protective custody.


Dec. 23, 4 p.m.: A Pequossette St. resident ordered a digital camera online and when it was delivered she discovered other items were included, but not the camera.
Dec. 23, 8:55 p.m.: A package was delivered to Copeland Street by UPS, but when the resident went to collect it, the package was gone. 

Dec. 24, 11:53 a.m.: Somebody used a Shell Gas credit card that belongs to Moving & Storage Co. and charged over $1,000 since September.

Dec. 26, 9:29 a.m.: The owner of a Ford F-150 pickup discovered someone broke into his built-in tool box and stole a number of tools worth about $3,500. It appears the box was not properly secured. 

Dec. 26, 3:57 p.m.: A man ordered a Sony receiver from Best Buy and was told he could come down and pick it up. When he went to the store he was informed that someone had already picked it up several days earlier. The incident is under investigation and the man is working with Best Buy and his credit card company to resolve the situation.

Dec. 28, 12:22 p.m.: A man eft his car unlocked with the keys in the car on Prospect Street near Gerry's Italian Kitchen. When he came out his 1997 Toyota Camry was gone. He had left his wallet inside, too. Police were contacted on Dec. 30 by Boston Police who found the car on Tremont Street in Boston.

Dec. 28, 5:08 p.m.: A shopper discovered her wallet was taken from her bag when she was shopping at Marshall's at the Arsenal Mall. The incident is under investigation. 


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