Wellesley Police Registry: Mental Health Appeals; smoke crack in Dunkin ‘; sister accused of slipping ID to go club
Wellesley, MA police diary for the week of
At 8:22 p.m. on February 13, 2021, Constable Misho began checking traffic on Washington Street near Walnut Street when he observed a Subaru stopped on the side of the road with the driver’s side door open and a group of men was leaning against the rear of the vehicle. The group of men began to march east on Washington Street. Constable Misho spoke to the men and asked if the vehicle belonged to him. The men’s team said they had done so and provided Constable Misho with his driver’s license. Speaking to the male party officer Misho noticed that he was unstable on his feet and could detect a strong smell of alcoholic drink emanating from his person. The male group looked confused and indicated that they had fallen to the side of the road. He was taken into custody and then taken to hospital for evaluation.
On February 8, 2021 at 2:30 p.m., Officer Shore spoke with a reporting woman who said he received a letter from the US Small Business Administration regarding a loan. She said she did not apply for a loan. The reporting party had previously informed the US Small Business Administration that the loan was fraudulent and indicated that it would investigate.
On February 8, 2021 at 4:18 p.m., Officer DeBernardi spoke with a female reporting person who said she placed a package outside the building to be picked up by the USPS and that a another resident opened the package and returned it to him. Agent DeBernardi attempted to speak to the other party who started talking about conspiracies and aliens in his apartment. Officer DeBernardi asked her if she wanted to speak to a mental health professional and she declined the offer. Agent DeBernardi will forward the report to the departmental social worker for follow-up.
February 8, 20201 at 9.45 p.m. Officer Scopa spoke to a reporter who said a neighbor had locked her out of the building. The Wellesley Fire Department was able to assist the reporting party in gaining access to the building. Constable Scopa spoke to the neighbor who denied locking up the flagperson. Both parties have been advised to avoid contact between them.
On February 9, 2021 at 3:43 p.m., Constable Collins was sent to Dunkin ‘Donuts on Worcester Street to help Natick’s police. Constable Collins observed Natick’s agents talking with a group of men in the bathroom at Dunkin Donuts. The group of men were smoking with a glass pipe. The man said he sustained an eye injury and sought medical treatment. He admitted to smoking “crack with fentanyl”. The male party will be summoned to Dedham District Court for possession of Class A and Class B drugs.
On February 9, 2021 at 6:36 p.m., Agent Scopa was sent to the Wellesley Free Library for a report of a violation of a trespassing order. The group of women came out of the library and spoke with Agent Scopa. She suffers from mental health issues and has indicated that she did not think the trespassing order was official. Agent Scopa informed her that it was official and reminded her that if she ignored the order, she could face criminal charges. Officer Scopa will inform the social worker in the department of his interaction with the women’s group.
On February 10, 2021 at 5:50 a.m., Agent Gérard was sent to Washington Street and Croton Street for a report of a group of men walking in the middle of the pavement. He located the group of men walking without shoes and only socks. The male group looked confused and said they were trying to get to Seaver Street. Constable Gerard drove him to Seaver Street and learned he was referring to Seaver Street in Boston, not Wellesley. Officer Gerard asked Cataldo’s paramedics to assess the male group who ultimately agreed to be taken to hospital for assessment.
On February 11, 2021 at 3:34 p.m., Constable J. Popovski was dispatched to an apartment building for a report of a child with autism who had entered a neighbor’s apartment and refused to leave. The child was unwilling to cooperate with his guardian, agent Popovski or the clinical social worker of the department. He was eventually taken to hospital for evaluation.
February 13, 20201 at 8:00 a.m. Officer Gérard spoke to a reporter who said she believed her sister stole her driver’s license to use it to go to bars and clubs in Boston. Her sister is a student and the reporting party cannot access dormitories due to COVID-19. Agent Gerard gave her some advice on how she could replace her ID or get help getting it back from her sister if she has it.
On February 13, 2021 at 9:25 a.m., Constable Collins spoke to a group of men who said a fraudulent unemployment claim was filed in Kentucky using their personal information. He had previously notified his employer, the US Department of Unemployment Assistance, the US Federal Trade Commission and the State of Kentucky. She was advised to contact the credit bureaus to make sure there is an indicator on her accounts.
On February 13, 2021 at 10:51 a.m., Constable Cunningham was on patrol when the license plate reader in his vehicle indicated that there was a match for a Toyota with a revoked registration. Constable Cunningham confirmed this information, stopped the black Toyota sedan and spoke with the operator. He explained to the male operator that the vehicle did not have the proper insurance and the registration was revoked. He will be summoned to Dedham District Court for driving a motor vehicle after revocation of registration and driving a motor vehicle without insurance.