Watertown Police Log: Man Tries to Steal 2 TVs, Car Window Smashed and GPS Stolen

Also this week, man arrested after domestic incident involving a TV remote and package of medical equipment stolen.

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



Nov. 19, 2:59 p.m.: Police dealt to a domestic disturbance on Mt. Auburn Street, said Watertown Police Lt. Michael Lawn. Matoi Hosoi, 23, of 269 Broadway in Arlington, was arrested on charges of domestic assault and battery.

Nov. 19, 6:07 p.m.: An officer patrolling ran the registration of a license plate and discovered it was revoke, Lawn said. When the officer pulled the car over he discovered that the driver’s license had been suspended and the car was unregistered and uninsured. Yves Yorsemik Thevenin, 29, of 14 Sutton St. in Dorchester, was arrested on charges of driving with a suspended license, driving with a revoked registration, driving an uninsured vehicle and driving an unregistered vehicle.

Nov. 21, 4:15 p.m.: Police served a summons on Elm Street and discovered the suspect had an outstanding warrant, Lawn said. Kelly Ann Murphy, 45, of 69 Elm St. Apt. 1 in Watertown, was arrested on a warrant out of Milford District Court for possession of a Class B drug.

Nov. 23, 8:44 p.m.: An officer clocked a Nissan Quest driving 50 mph in a 30 mph zone on North Beacon Street, Lawn said. The driver had an outstanding arrest warrant, Lawn said. Nichael V. Bagdasarov, 31, of 245 Main St. Apt. 32 in Watertown, was arrested on a warrant out of Framingham District Court for leaving the scene of property damage.

Nov. 24, 4:35 p.m.: Police dealt with a domestic disturbance on Mt. Auburn Street, Lawn said. Milda K. Brown, 41, of 700 Mt. Auburn St. Apt. 3 in Watertown, was arrested on charges of domestic assault and battery and giving a false name to police.

Nov. 24, 8:58 p.m.: A Lexington Street resident called police to have an unwanted person removed, and when they talked to the suspect they discovered the woman had an outstanding arrest warrant, Lawn said. Stephanie Victor, 25, of 80 Lexington St. in Watertown, was arrested on a warrant from Woburn District Court for failing to pay fines.

Nov. 25, 12:01 a.m.: Police dealt with a domestic disturbance on North Beacon Street, Lawn said. Alexsandro, Lopes Vieira, 35, of 3 Orient Ave. Apt. 2 in Everett, was arrested on a charges of domestic assault and battery, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon – a TV remote, and threatening to commit a crime.



Nov. 20, 7:47 p.m.: A Spring Street resident packed up a box of medical equipment to be returned and left it for UPS to pick it up on Nov. 13, Lawn said. He discovered the company never received the shipment. The equipment was worth $6,549.

Nov. 21, 2:08 p.m.: A Main Street resident discovered someone broke into his 2012 Volkswagen and stole his Garmin GPS and a pair of Maui Jim sunglasses, Lawn said. There were no signs of forced entry.

Nov. 21, 7:41 p.m.: A man tried to leave Best Buy with two 40-inch Samsung televisions without paying, Lawn said. When security approached him, the suspect ran and left the TVs behind. He is described as a man in his 30s, 5-foot-5, stocky build, wearing a white skull cap, a grey sweatshirt, blue pants and work boots.

Nov. 23, 12:44 a.m.: The rear window of a 2009 Toyota Highlander parked in a driveway on Arlington Street was smashed and a GPS device was stolen, Lawn said.

Nov. 23, 1:57 p.m.: A Linden Street resident came out to find that someone had keyed the entire driver’s side of his 2005 Volvo, Lawn said.


Also this week:

Shoplifter Pulls Pair of Scissors on Store Manager at Watertown's Arsenal Mall

Pair of Brothers Face Charges After Fight at 21 Nickels in Watertown


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