The following arrest information was supplied by the Watertown Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.
Nov. 2, 10:34 a.m.: A 1996 Chrysler van was stopped on Charles River Road and the officer found that the driver had a suspended license and a warrant, said Watertown Police Lt. Michael Lawn. Peter P. Edgley, 45, of 11 Katherine Road in Watertown, was arrested on charges of driving with a suspended license, driving an unregistered vehicle, driving an uninsured vehicle, having no inspection sticker, and a warrant for driving with a suspended license and other traffic offenses.
Nov. 2, 9:05 a.m.: Police were called about two drunk men at Old Country Buffet at the Watertown Mall, and one had a warrant, Lawn said. Kenneth W. Kelly, 41, of 80 West Dedham St. in Boston, was arrested for a warrant out of Boston District Court for disorderly conduct and assault and battery.
Nov. 3, 2:49 a.m.: State Police notified Watertown Police that a man known to stay at a home on Warren Street in Watertown was wanted for domestic assault and battery, Lawn said. Kevin M. Szydlowski, 43, of 16 Essex Street in Watertown, was arrested on a domestic assault and battery charge.
Nov. 5, 2:26 a.m.: A man wanted on a warrant was arrested by Watertown Police, Lawn said. Emil Babaev, 37, of 8 Paul Street in Watertown, was arrested on a warrant out of West Roxbury District Court for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.
Nov. 6, 1:33 a.m.: A 2006 BMW was parked on Merchants Row in Watertown Square and an officer asked what he was doing. The man said he stopped because his girlfriend was sick. The officer detected an odor of alcohol on the man’s breath, and gave the driver field sobriety tests, Lawn said. Seung Kyan Lee, 20, of 415 South Street in Waltham, was arrested on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol and giving police a false name.
Nov. 9, 6:42 a.m.: A man said his ex-wife came over to his home on Duff Street and they got into an argument, Lawn said. The ex-wife kicked him and his pick-up truck. Melanie P. Cote, 35, of 8 Gill Road in Watertown, was arrested on charges of assault and batter with a dangerous weapon – a shod foot, and malicious destruction of property worth more than $250.
Nov. 9, 4:40 p.m.: A driver took an illegal left turn and when the officer investigated, he found that they man had warrant and a suspended license, Lawn said. Melvin M. Reyes, 40, of 150 Maverick St. Apt. 1 in Chelsea, was arrested for driving with a suspended license, a warrant out of Peabody District Court for traffic violations and making an illegal turn.
Nov. 10, 6:49 p.m.: Police were called to Arlington Street for a domestic disturbance, Lawn said. Li Luo, 47, of 101 Arlington St. Apt. 2 in Watertown, was arrested for domestic assault and battery.
Nov. 12, 2:30 a.m.: Police responded to a minor accident that occurred on Galen Street but the cars stopped on Spring and Main streets, Lawn said. The driver who rear ended the other car had the odor of alcohol on his breath, and field sobriety tests were administered. Errick Daniel West, 24, of 11 Orchard St. in Newton, was arrested on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol and following too close.
Nov. 13, 1:22 a.m.: A car ran a stop sign at Church and Orchard streets, and when after pulling the driver over, the officer discovered the driver did not have a license, Lawn said. Valmir Pereira Lima, 46, of 30 Irma Ave. Apt. 1 in Watertown, was arrested on charges of driving without a license, failing to stop and failing to yield at an intersection.
Nov. 13, 3:14 a.m.: An officer on patrol spotted a car going 45 to 50 mph down Main Street honking the horn continuously, Lawn said. When the driver was pulled over, the officer detected the odor of alcohol on her breath. Coriander J. Burns, 21, of 70B Charlebank Way in Waltham, was arrested on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol and speeding.
Nov. 13, 4:34 p.m.: An officer on patrol on Main Street near Pilgrim Street ran the registration of a car and found the owner had a suspended license, Lawn said. Rafick A. Dos Santos, 23, of 54 Charles St. Apt. 1 in Watertown, was arrested on charges of driving an uninsured vehicle, driving an unregistered vehicle and driving with a suspended license due to an OUI.
Oct. 31, 10:21 p.m.: A man driving down Spring Street on Halloween when he heard a loud crash and his rear window shattered, Lawn said. When he looked back, he saw several young men dressed in black running the opposite direction on Spring Street.
Nov. 1, 9:07 a.m.: A 2004 Volkswagen Passat was stolen from a driveway on Capitol Street, Lawn said.
Nov. 3, 8:33 a.m.: Someone stole $3,500 worth of power tools from Julian Crane Equipment Co. on Pleasant Street, Lawn said.
Nov. 3, 9:48 a.m.: The passenger side window of an Oldsmobile Cutlass was shattered on Arlington Street, Lawn said. Nothing was reported missing.
Nov. 5, 2:21 p.m.: An Eliot Street resident reported that between Oct. 24 and Nov. 4, someone went into his garage and took $4,000 worth of plumbing tools, Lawn said.
Nov. 7, 8:36 a.m.: Someone broke into a construction trailer on Parker Street and stole $3,000 with of equipment, including a chainsaw, a lawnmower, two weed whackers and a leaf blower, Lawn said.
Nov. 7, 2:50 p.m.: Two men were spotted taking two planters, worth $160 each, from a home on Russell Avenue, Lawn said.
Nov. 7, 9:08 p.m.: Someone smashed a window of a car parked at the Arsenal Mall, and a woman’s pocketbook was taken, Lawn said. It contained two cell phones, credit cards, a checkbook and other personal items.
Nov. 7, 10:51 p.m.: The owner of a 2001 Lincoln parked on Wheeler Lane found that three of his tires had been slashed, Lawn said. The owner suspected a woman he knows had done it, and police issued a summons for a 22-year old Cambridge woman.
Nov. 8, 5:46 a.m.: A man and woman got into an argument and the man pushed the woman against the wall, Lawn said. The two were friends. Police told the woman she could file a complaint against the man in Waltham District Court.
Nov. 8, 8:06 p.m.: Workers at the Geek Squad area of Best Buy discovered that someone paid using two counterfeit $50 bills, Lawn said.
Nov. 10, 7:10 p.m.: Someone came into Victoria’s Secret in the Arsenal Mall and took 153 pieces of merchandise that had been displayed just inside the store entrance, Lawn said. Workers could not provide a description.
Nov. 10, 11:08 p.m.: Residents of a home on Richards Road discovered they were missing an iPod charger, a silver bracelet and a gold wedding band, Lawn said. The residents were having work done on the house.
Nov. 11, 5:23 p.m.: A worker at a dentist’s office on Mt. Auburn Street reported his 50-inch Shogun bicycle had been stolen while he was at work, Lawn said.
Nov. 11, 5:56 p.m.: Chester Street residents reported that someone broke into their apartment and missing were a Boston College graduation ring, another gold ring and two gold chains, Lawn said.
Nov. 11, 9:42 p.m.: A Quimby Street resident reported that someone smeared animal feces all over her car, Lawn said.