Monday, March 21, 2011


12:10 a.m. A&B dangerous weapon investigated. Good Samaritan Medical Center, 830 Oak St. See security in ER regarding a male party—a gunshot victim who just walked in. BCI called for pictures.

1:56 a.m. Larceny of a M/V investigation. N. Montello Street. Caller reports a 2003 blue Chevy Express stolen. Left keys in the vehicle. Last seen 15 minutes ago.

3:11 a.m. M/V stop. 305 Pleasant St. Police pulled over a blue 1992 BMW SE for failure to pull to the right and stop for an ambulance. No citation issued.

6:41 a.m. B&E investigation. 54 Verne Street. Broken driver’s side window. Took GPS system and school books.

7:33 a.m. B&E investigation. Tripp Avenue. Someone took paper work, other items taken out of wife’s car.

7:37 a.m. 66 Verne St. Report information. No further information.

8:13 a.m. Malicious damage investigation. Plymouth County DA’s Office, 231 Main St. Caller from DA’s Office reported building across from DA’s Office has several broken windows. Glass is all over the place.

10:23 a.m. Disturbance by a family. Quality Inn, 1005 Belmont St. Caller allegedly can hear a male beating up a female in room 208. Caller reports there are children in the room screaming and crying. Caller states it is allegedly an ongoing thing. Unknown if any weapons are involved. Report taken.

10:58 a.m. Malicious damage investigation. Armiston Street. Side entrance damage to door and windows to a vacant home. Property management company contacted.

11:07 a.m. Disturbance. Canterbury Arms, 349 N. Pearl St. Parties in apartment arguing. Caller reports there was a domestic violence there last evening. Parties are supposed to be moving out. A male was trespassed from address. A female was dropped off at Brockton District Court to get a 209a protective order against male.

11:07 a.m. Animal Control dog complaint. Lynn Road. Loose red-nosed pitbull in front of house. Owner is making threats to the caller while she walks her dog with her sister and 2-year-old son. Caller reports pitbull has no collar or tags and its owner lets the dog out to scare them.

11:23 a.m. Welfare check. Belmont Street. The Sheriff’s Department’s “Are you OK” program has tried calling a female resident all morning and could not reach her. Voicemail is now full. Police report the woman was in the shower and could not answer the phone. She is OK.

11:34 a.m. A&B in progress. David’s Auto Sales, 1114 Montello St. Police were called to settle some type of altercation/fight. Melissa Leigh Brand, 24, of Whitman was charged with a default warrant.

1:13 p.m. A&B investigated. Main Street and Longworth Avenue. Caller states a man named Shane and Armanie Andrade allegedly punched her in the face twice and ran off. Caller states she is in the parking lot of a nearby pizza shop . Shane Jacques, 18, of Brockton was charged with assault and battery and larceny under $250. Andrade, 17, of Brockton was charged with larceny over $250.

1:18 p.m. Prostitution. N. Montello and Ames Street. Police towed a gray 2010 Chevy HHR for felonious use after arresting John V. Keating, 55, of Hanover on charges of sexual conduct for a fee. Marcie Giannini, 36, of Brockton was charged with sexual conduct for a fee.

3:28 p.m. Suspicious person. 180 Colonel Bell Dr. Caller reports there is a white male in his 50s talking to the children in the area. He is wearing a green jacket, gray pants and white sneakers or shoes. Caller stats he has never seen the man in the area and his near the school.
Police report speaking with the school’s assistant principal who turned out to be the male police were looking for. He was keeping an eye on the kids because of complaints from the neighbors in the area.

4:48 p.m. A&B investigated. Thayer Street. Caller states an adult male neighbor allegedly pushed his 13-year-old brother off his bike. Brother slammed his head into a tree. Parents are outside attempting to confront the man. Corey Spivey, 18, of Brockton was charged with assault and battery and malicious destruction of property less than $250.

5:36 p.m. Suspicious M/V. Echo Street and Carroll Avenue. Police filed court complaints and one citation against two Scituate and one Hingham man after a call about a suspicious motor vehicle. Ryan W. Walsh, 25, of Hingham was charged with possession of a Class A drug--heroin, being present where heroin was kept and operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license.
Odair F. Tavares, 26, of Scituate was charged with subsequent offense possession of heroin and being present where heroin is kept. Lawrence Michael DaSilva, 23, of Scituate as charged with possession of a Class A drug—heroin, and being present where heroin is kept.

6:08 p.m. Animal complaint. A caller from Extreme Diesel at 193 N. Montello St. reported a hawk flew into the garage and is now stuck. Caller reports the hawk is flying around and slamming into windows and walls. Caller is unable to work. Second call canceled need for animal control.

7:13 p.m. B&E M/V investigated. Workout World, 75 Campanelli Dr. Caller reported his vehicle was broken into. Report taken.

7:41 p.m. Domestic violence investigated. Intervale Street. A female caller reported she and her husband allegedly were having an argument and he got angry and allegedly shoved their 3-year-old son. Police received another call from a woman stating her son called from outside his Intervale Street house to tell her that his wife allegedly stabbed him with a knife in the chest and chin. Mother is taking him to Good Samaritan ER. Richard Clark, 26, of Brockton was charged with assault and battery on a child under 14 and assault and battery. Toni Clark, 27, of Brockton was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.

7:44 p.m. Unwanted guest disturbance. Crescent Street. Caller states her son lives on the third floor and is away. He asked a female—Meaghan Fay Lisenby-- to check on the place for him while he is gone and she has all kinds of people in the apartment now. Mother alleged Lisenby hasn’t left the apartment in two days. Police summonsed Lisenby, 22, of Brockton and Gillian Nixon, 23, of Brockton with local warrants.

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