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Chelmsford Police Make Eight Arrests During First Week of 2014

The following information was supplied by the Chelmsford Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction. More detailed reports may be delayed due to extenuating circumstances.

Dec. 30

Alejandro DeJesus, 29, of 13 Oak St. in Lowell was arrested for alleged operation of a motor vehicle with a suspended license and a revoked inspection sticker.

Dec. 31

Monique Regan, 28, of an unspecified address in N. Chelmsford was arrested for alleged Assault and Battery.

Jan. 1

Jenny Connolly, 33, of 7 Upham St. in Peabody was arrested for alleged operation of a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor and marked lane violations. 

Henry Karuoya, 65, of 206 Pratt Ave. in Lowell was arrested for alleged operation of a motor vehicle under the influence (second offense), reckless endangerment and marked lane violations.

Jan. 3

Alcino Alves DaSilva, 64, of 15 London St. in Lowell was arrested for alleged operation of a motor vehicle without possession of a license, marked lane violations and two outstanding warrants for arrest.

Jan. 4

Jonathan Dy, 21, of 27 Hastings St. in Lowell was arrested for alleged driving with a suspended license, driving with a revoked registration and driving with a vehicle that failed inspection.

Jan. 5

Barbara Gerardi, 53, of 21 Endmoor Rd. in Westford was arrested for alleged operation of a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor, and marked lane violations.

Amal Hassouna, 25, of 20 Tottman Rd. in Lowell was arrested on an oustanding warrant for failure to pay a fine. 
Rob C January 08, 2014 at 07:04 PM
How do you get a revoked inspection sticker? Never heard of that one before.
Andrew Sylvia January 08, 2014 at 07:25 PM
Failure at re-inspection I think. And I know technically above it's six arrests in the new year, but first workweek I guess fits the above.
Rob C January 08, 2014 at 07:31 PM
From experience I know failure to renew a sticker is a ticket for an "no valid inspection sticker" and carries a $50 fine. Revoked technically means it was taken away, I didn't know they could do that to a sticker.
Andrew Sylvia January 08, 2014 at 11:20 PM
I've seen things that are just citations on their own (i.e. - not wearing a seatbelt) sometimes cited as charges in connection to larger things. That may be the case here.

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