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Woman Arrested for Screaming at City Halll; Car Break; Arrest for Leaving Scene

The following are excerpts from the Newton police log. An arrest or charge does not indicate a conviction.

Newton police. Credit: Patch file photo
Newton police. Credit: Patch file photo
On May 16, police responded to Newton City Hall, second floor, inspectional services, where there was a report of a disturbance. Officers saw a woman who was hysterical and belligerent and screaming. Several Newton officers, employees from inspectional services, purchasing and the Mayor's office, were present. Woman refused to stop screaming, or give her name. Liliana Rufo, 60, 437 Washington St., Newton, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. 

On May 16, police resounded to a person who said his car had been broken into on the previous evening. The car was parked in his driveway on Philbrick Road. Items were stolen from the center console. 

On May 17, police responded to Adams Street for a motor vehicle accident. Officers noted an unoccupied Honda Accord with heavy front end damage sitting in the middle of the road. Several pieces of debris, including a bumper and license plate, which didn't match the vehicle, were also found on Adams Street. A citation was mailed for leaving the scene of property damage, marked lanes violation and operating to endanger and speed greater than reasonable. 

On May 17, police responded to a family disturbance. Supreo Ghoash, 46, 87 Hobart Rd., Newton, was arrested for domestic A&B. 

On May 19, police responded to the Pierce School for a report of a suspicious person who had been on the premises. Employees said that a car in the parking lot of the school, a blue Dodge Minivan, was occupied and facing the direction of the children. The car was there for more than an hour. The white male sat in the vehicle and did nothing else, before leaving. 

On May 19, a man visited the station to report that his wife's bicycle was stolen from inside the parking garage of his apartment building. It had been chained to the bike rack. The bike is a woman's Cannondale bike, red and white. 


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