Lynn man arrested for OUI

Oct 31, 2016 by

Published in the October 31, 2016 edition.

WAKEFIELD — A 36-year-old Lynn man was arrested on multiple motor vehicle charges including operating under the influence of alcohol after police stopped the white van he was driving on Salem Street late Friday night.

Police said that an officer on patrol in his cruiser saw the van traveling east at a high rate of speed toward Lynnfield. The officer activated the lights on his cruiser but the van continued for another 3/4 of a mile before stopping in the middle of Salem Street near Walnut Street in Lynnfield.

While speaking with the driver, the officer detected an odor of alcohol. After further investigation, Marcos Lopez-Garcia of 66 Bassett St. in Lynn was taken into custody on charges of OUI and speeding as well as a marked lanes violation.

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At about 12:15 on Friday, a man went to police headquarters to report a possible case of identity fraud. He said that someone had accessed his bank account and made a charge of $295 for “data services.”

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Just after 1 p.m. on Friday, police arrested a 24-year-old Wakefield man on an outstanding warrant.

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Police and the Fire Department responded to a report of a two-car crash at Water and Crescent streets at about 1:35 p.m. on Friday. Police said that a 2009 Honda Accord was coming out of the driveway between 27 Water St. and Sonny Noto’s and attempting to turn left on to Water Street as a 2016 Audi was coming out of Crescent Street attempting to turn left on to Water Street, resulting in the collision. There were no injuries. The driver of the Audi was issued a citation for failure to yield.

A 2010 Ford Fusion parked on Chestnut Street was apparently struck by a hit-and-run vehicle according to a report received by police at about 7:30 p.m. Friday. The Fusion sustained damage to the left side. A witness described the suspect vehicle as a small, dark colored car.

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At about 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, police recovered a number of syringes reported in a lot on Quannapowitt Avenue.

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Just before 11 a.m. on Saturday, a business tenant at 27 Water St. reported the possible theft of a paycheck from a quantity of checks delivered by courier to the address. The reported missing check was in the amount of $700.

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A hit-and-run accident on Montrose Avenue was reported to police at about 12:15 p.m. on Saturday. The occupants of a 2005 Infiniti told police that while driving north on Montrose Avenue in the area of Wicker Lane, a gray sedan coming from the opposite direction clipped them and kept going. The Infiniti sustained front driver’s side damage. The suspect vehicle was gone on arrival of police.

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Another hit-and-run accident was reported on Main Street at about 4:30 p.m. on Saturday. A 2002 Cadillac was parked on the street when it was apparently sideswiped by a vehicle likely headed south on Main street toward Melrose. Melrose police were advised to be on the lookout for a blue motor vehicle with passenger side damage and a possible flat tire.

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At about 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, police responded to an accident between a 2016 Jeep and a 2015 Toyota Rav4 at Main and Crescent streets.

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A 22-year-old Wilmington man was arrested for disorderly conduct following an accident on Spring Street at 2:15 p.m. on Sunday. The Wilmington man was driving a 2009 Nissan Altima and allegedly hit a parked 1998 GMC pickup truck. After police left the scene after responding to the initial call, the Wilmington man allegedly became agitated and began making threats toward the owner of the pickup truck. The man then began yelling at police officers who were unable to calm him down. They arrested Brian J. Callahan of 4 Oakdale Rd. in Wilmington on the disorderly conduct charge.

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At about 12:30 a.m. this morning, Wakefield Police, Lynnfield Police, State Police, Wakefield Fire Department and Action Ambulance responded to a report of a car hitting a deer on the northbound side of Route 128 near exit 42. The deer was killed but the occupants of the car reported no injuries. The car had to be towed.

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