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ARREST LOG: French National Argues With Police Through Interpreter

An excerpt from the WPD police log. The following arrest information was supplied by the Woburn Police Department. The arrest does not indicate a conviction.

 

The following is an excerpt from the  log. Please note that this is a sampling of activity in the log, not a complete account. We report all arrests included in the daily police log.

March 1 –

At 8:36 p.m., James M. Najarian, 35, of 20 Longwood Ave., was arrested and charged with possession with intent to distribute a Class B drug (cocaine) and possession of a Class B drug (Suboxone). According to police, Najarian was arrested and charged as a result of a search warrant execution by the Southern Middlesex Regional Drug Task Force. Woburn Police reported that 10.8 grams of cocaine and 9.5 Suboxone pills were found on Najarian, as well as a small digital scale. Cash was also found on Najarian, said police. Other pills and a digital scale were found in Najarian’s home, reported police.

March 2 –

At 9:21 a.m., Bruno Mikolajewski, 42, of 56 Mill St. Apt. #1, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. According to police, officers were dispatched to Mill Street for a report of an unwanted party. Police reported Mikolajewski was “enraged” when officers arrived and was talking on the phone loudly. Police said, “He would flail one arm in the air as he held the phone with the other… Becoming more and more boisterous and flailing his arms.” When police asked Mikolajewski to calm down, through an interpreter, the man reportedly said, “Tell them to arrest me then because I am not going anywhere.” Mikolajewski was taken into custody for disorderly conduct.

March 3 –

At 1:55 a.m., a 27-year-old Nashua, NH man was taken into protective custody after police found him passed out and asleep outside a Montvale Avenue building. The man woke when the officer called to him, but had trouble answering questions, reported police. The man told police he had been drinking at a friend’s birthday party and could not call anyone to take him home because his cell phone battery was drained. Police could not take the man home because he lives out of state, so he was placed in protective custody for the rest of the night.

At 8:36 p.m., Nicholas David Demonico, 32, of 42 Glendale Ave., was arrested and charged with assault and battery. According to police, Demonico struck a woman during an argument in the Kohl’s parking lot.

March 4 –

At 9:03 a.m., Bayron DeLeon Lopez, 32, of 226 Main St. Apt. #1, was arrested and charged with operating a motor vehicle after the right to operate was suspended and forging/misusing a Registry of Motor Vehicles document. Police reported DeLeon-Lopez was taken into custody after police received a report of a disturbance at a Main Street Dunkin’ Donuts. DeLeon-Lopez was driving away when police pulled him over for not having an inspection sticker. Police reported the inspection sticker on DeLeon-Lopez’s car was for another vehicle, not the one he was driving. Police also reported that DeLeon-Lopez had several different dates of birth and name-spellings in the computer system.

At 8:54 p.m., Todd Michael Jensen, 40, of 305 Lexington St., was placed in protective custody and charged with disturbing the peace. According to police, Jensen was found standing at the entrance/exit of Stop & Shop. Police called to Jensen, who “grunted in response,” said police. When police asked the man’s girlfriend and mother if they would take him in, both said no. Police decided to place Jensen in protective custody due to his highly intoxicated state, but Jensen began “yelling and swearing at us in a very loud tone.” Due to his disruption at Stop & Shop, police charged Jensen with disturbing the peace, said police. 

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