The following arrest information was supplied by the Watertown Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.
July 27, 5:34 p.m.: Police pulled over a 2000 Nissan Maxima in Watertown Square for running a red light, said Watertown Police Lt. Michael Lawn. The officer discovered the driver had a revoked license and a warrant for his arrest. Christopher E. Blake, 21, of 50 Albion St. in Somerville, was arrested on chargers of driving with a revoked license, failing to stop and a warrant from Waltham District Court for traffic offenses.
July 28, 7:09 p.m.: Police dealt with an alleged domestic incident on Bacon Street, Lawn said. Robert Dattilio, 46, of 44 Bacon St. Apt. 1 in Watertown, was arrested on a charge of domestic assault and battery.
July 23, 2:12 p.m.: A purse was stolen out of a shopping cart while a woman was unloading her groceries in the parking lot of on Watertown Street, Lawn said.
July 23, 3:26 p.m.: security followed a man they suspected of shoplifting and was seen taking several items worth a total of $193.83, Lawn said. The store will seek a complaint in Waltham District Court for a 31-year-old Watertown man.
July 23, 5:38 p.m.: A man reportedly walked into in the Arsenal Mall and took 20 bras worth $50 each, or about $1,000, Lawn said. The suspect was described as an African-American man around age 35 to 40, and wore a white T-shirt, a white hat and blue jean shorts. He was last seen getting into a white SUV.
July 25, 4:10 a.m.: A Franklin Street resident returned home after being away for a week and found that items had been thrown around the house, and jewelry, coins and other items were missing, Lawn said. There were no signs of forced entry.
July 26, 8:52 a.m.: A Robbins Road resident noticed that the screen on a basement window had been cut, and it appeared that someone tried to pry at the bottom of the window, Lawn said. No entry was gained, and the resident is not sure when it occurred.
July 27, 7:36 a.m.: A business on Arlington Street reported that someone took six sheets of aluminum out of the back of a pick up truck, Lawn said. They were worth $400.
July 28, 5:22 p.m.: Two boys who locked their bikes together outside Stop & Shop on Watertown Street came and found they were gone, Lawn said. A short time later they saw two teens riding their bicycles. One was described as a Hispanic male in his late teens, about 6 feet tall, and the second suspect was described as an African-American male in his late teens, about 6 feet tall. One bike was a Kink bike with a red frame and a white seat and handlebars. The other was a United bike with a black frame with purple and maroon trim. Each was worth $400.
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