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Police Log: Indecent Exposure at a Laundromat and a Woman Assaults a Disabled Man

The following information was supplied by the Newton Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

Attempted break-in on Cotton Street

Police responded to Cotton Street on Jan. 28 after a resident reported an attempted break-in at his home. 

According to reports, the owner discovered that the side patio door had a broken window next to the door handle and there was glass on the floor inside the home.

No entry was gained into the house, reports said.

Waltham man faces license, driving charges

A Waltham man was arrested Tuesday (Jan. 29) after police pulled him over on Walnut Street.

According to reports, the Newton Police officer spotted the driver traveling southbound on Walnut Street at a high rate of speed. After pulling the driver over, the officer learned the driver did not have a license.

Gabino Barrera-Pineda, 39, of 14 Howard St. #3, Waltham, was arrested and charged with driving without a license and speeding, police said. 

Warrant arrest

A Newton man was arrested Tuesday on a warrant out of Brighton District Court, reports said. 

Edgar R. Aguilar, 19, of 129 North St. D, was arrested on a warrant for larceny over $250 and entering a dwelling in the night for a felony, police said. 

Stolen trash barrel

A resident on Selwyn Road told police Tuesday that someone had stolen her city-issued blue trash barrel sometime that morning. 

According to reports, the woman put the barrel out around 9:30 a.m. and when she returned around 11:30 a.m., it was missing.

Woman arrested on warrant, license charges

A Framingham woman was arrested on Tuesday after police pulled her over on Hawthorne Street, reports said. 

Chelsea Ann Ingalls, 28, of 15 Village West Road, was arrested for driving with a suspended license. She was also wanted on a default warrant out of Boston District Court. Ingalls was also cited for possession of a class E substance, police said. 

Theft at the gym

A woman told police on Tuesday that her red tote bag had been stolen from a locker at the Wells Avenue Boston Sports Club on Jan. 26. 

According to reports, the woman had left the bag in an unlocked locker in the locker room between 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. The bag contained dirty gym clothes and an older model Samsung cell phone. 

The woman said she didn't notice anything suspicious in the locker room around the time of the theft. 

Something dirty at the laundromat -- and it's not unwashed clothes

Newton Police responded to a Bubbles Coin Laundry on Washington Street in Newtonville Wednesday (Jan. 30) for reports of indecent exposure. 

According to reports, a woman was washing her laundry at the laundromat when a man entered the room and went to the change machine. The woman told police she was suspicious of the man and had her back to him, but could see his reflection in one of the washing machines.

The woman said she turned around to see what the man was doing and when she did, she saw the man smiling, standing with his hands to his sides and his penis exposed through the zipper portion of his pants.

The woman then exited the store and called police, reports said. 

The suspect was described as a white male between 30- and 40-years old, roughly 5'10" - 6' in height with a "short style" haircut and thin build. He was wearing blue jeans and a grey sweatshirt. 

The suspect was last seen walking westbound on Washington Street. Police canvassed the area with negative results. 

Thefts from an open home

Police responded to a home on Oak Avenue Wednesday along with officials from Inspectional Services for reports of a home that had been left unsecured. 

According to reports, Inspectional Services received a call on Jan. 24 from a concerned person who believed the Oak Avenue home had been left unsecured. When police investigated the open home, they found someone had gone through and removed the heating radiators, copper piping and electrical wire, police said. 

The following item was provided by the Waltham Police Department: 

Newton woman arrested for assault on a disabled person

A Newton woman was arrested recently after she allegedly punched an elderly man in a wheelchair at his Waltham home, according to Waltham Police. 

Marlene McGuire, 39, of 32 Oakland St., is facing two counts of assault and battery on a person over 60 or disabled in connection with a Jan. 23 incident at the Winchester Crane public housing building at 101 Prospect St.

After responding to a report of two women fighting at the building, police determined McGuire had been arguing with the man, who uses a wheelchair. McGuire allegedly shoved the man and nearly tipped him over in his wheelchair, according to Waltham Police Sgt. Tim King. A home health aide working for the alleged victim told McGuire to stop arguing, but McGuire then allegedly punched the victim in the mouth, King said. McGuire and the man know each other, King said. -- Ryan Grannan-Doll, Waltham Patch

For questions on this police blotter, email Editor Melanie Graham at Melanie.Graham@patch.com.

Adam Maleson February 02, 2013 at 05:49 PM
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