[UPDATED: Sept. 15, 3:09 p.m.]
Aug. 26, 11:32 a.m.: Police arrested Chao Du, 26, of 388 Ocean Ave. Apt. 1501 in Revere, on a charge of domestic assault and battery, said Watertown Police Lt. Michael Lawn.
Aug. 26, 4:47 p.m.: An officer running traffic enforcement on Charles River Road spotted speeding car and clocked it at 44 mph, Lawn said. The driver was pulled over and the officer found he had a suspended license and a warrant. Travis L. Harrington, 27, of 51 Riverside St. in Watertown, was arrested for driving with a suspended license – a subsequent offense, speeding and a warrant from Brookline District Court.
Aug. 27, 11:04 a.m.: An officer spotted a man he knew was wanted on warrants, Lawn said. Mitchell Aaron Tristan Harrison, 23, of 11 Patten St., was arrested on four warrants from Waltham District Court.
Aug. 28, 6:53 a.m.: An officer patrolling on Belmont Street ran the registration of a car and found the registered owner had a warrant, Lawn said. Debora S. Mendez, 30, of 19 Robbins St in Waltham, was arrested on charges of driving on a suspended license, driving with a revoked registration, driving an uninsured vehicle and a warrant from Framingham District Court for traffic offenses.
Aug. 28, 2:21 p.m.: Police arrested Aaron Hart, 31, of 199 Strathmore Road Apt. 2 in Brighton, on a warrant after a domestic incident in Watertown. He charges were domestic assault with a dangerous weapon – a knife, assault and battery and threatening to commit a crime.
Aug. 28, 5:50 p.m.: An officer patrolling on Pleasant Street spotted a vehicle improperly pass a motor vehicle, and when the driver was stopped he discovered the driver did not have a license, Lawn said. Joel Moran, 35, of 15 Chestnut St. Apt. 1 in Waltham, was arrested on charges of unlicensed driving and marked lanes violation.
Aug. 29, 6:59 p.m.: An officer on a traffic detail stopped traffic to allow workers to come out and do some work. The first vehicle had its left turn signal on and so he waved the car on, but it went straight, Lawn said. It nearly struck the officer and the workers. The driver began yelling and swearing at the officer. He was asked to calm down, but did not. Francis J. Costello, 71, of 82 Wayne Ave. in Watertown, was arrested on a charge of disorderly conduct.
Aug. 31, 11:05 a.m.: Police arrested Christopher J. Robbins, 33, of 32 Philip Darch Road in Watertown, on a charge of assault with a dangerous weapon – a computer monitory, Lawn said.
Aug. 31, 2:10 p.m.: Police arrested Peter J. Caira, 30, of 171 Chapman St. in Watertown, on a charge of domestic assault and battery, Lawn said.
Aug. 31, 5:15 p.m: Police arrested Christopher J. Robbins, 33, of 32 Philip Darch Road in Watertown, on a charge of violating a restraining order. The restraining order was obtained for a domestic incident earlier in the day, Lawn said.
Sept. 1, 3:20 a.m.: A taxi driver flagged down an officer after he tried to drop off a passenger but the man did not have any money. The driver drove and found the officer and when he did this the passenger, who was intoxicatd, elbowed the rear window of the cab and it shattered, Lawn said. Joseph Winlock Chase, 26, of 197 Mt. Auburn St. Apt 2 in Watertown, was arrested on a charge of malicious destruction of property over $250 and was placed into protective custody.
Aug. 27, 7:21 a.m.: A construction trailer on Acton Street was broken into and two rolls of copper and a fusion machine were taken, Lawn said. They were worth a combined $4,500.
Aug. 28, 2:03 p.m.: Sometime overnight someone keyed the side door and rear quarter panel of a vehicle on Heather Road.
Aug. 28, 2:11 p.m.: A customer at Best Buy spotted a man take a laptop and walk out of the store, Lawn said. The suspect was described as a black male wearing a tank top.
Aug. 29, 9:33 a.m.: A Riverside Street resident who was gone for a few weeks returned and found jewelry was missing from a bureau, Lawn said. There were no signs of forced entry.
Aug. 29, 11:33 a.m.: A Panera Bread employee put her purse in an unlocked locker and discovered it was stolen, Lawn said. It had a small amount of cash, credit cards and her iPhone inside.
Aug. 29, 2:33 p.m.: Employees at Victoria’s Secret at the Arsenal Mall found that someone had stolen 24 bras worth approximately $1,200, Lawn said.
Sept. 1, 10:26 a.m.: A woman shopping at Target put her purse in her cart. She went to look at the makeup aisle and when she returned it was gone, Lawn said. It contained a cell phone and credit cards.