Monday 2/25


Rasoul Speight, 32, was pulled over dur­ing a rou­tine traf­fic stop when police allegedly smelled mar­i­juana in his car. Police asked for and received per­mis­sion to search Speight’s car. They found “noth­ing of evi­den­tiary value,” but arrested Speight his pas­sen­ger due to out­stand­ing traf­fic war­rants, police said. While Speight was being processed at police head­quar­ters, “he was found to be in pos­ses­sion of 100 bags of heroin which were con­cealed in his bum-bum and unde­tectable at the scene.” Speight was jailed in lieu of $38,500 bail on two felony drug counts.

The first offi­cers on the scene at the Syd­ney home had to dodge a falling flat-screen TV set the sus­pect allegedly heaved over the bal­cony of his fifth-floor apart­ment. The TV was fol­lowed by pots, pans, a bicy­cle, a stereo and other items while offi­cers waited for backup at a safe dis­tance, police said. The episode reached a crescendo when the sus­pect allegedly set the apart­ment on fire — requir­ing offi­cers to break down the door and pull him to safety.Five offi­cers were treated for smoke inhala­tion and the man was taken to jail to cool off and wait for a court appearance.

naked_manWest­bor­ough Police Chief Alan Gor­don said an offi­cer was inside the Dunkin’ Donuts in when employ­ees told him a man in a gray Toy­ota had pulled up to the drive-through win­dow appar­ently nude except for a coat cov­er­ing his waist. Police caught up to the man while he was try­ing to use a drive-through win­dow at a closed McDonald’s and he was pulled over. Gor­don said the man, Rosildo San­tos, 34, had been drink­ing, but was found not to be intox­i­cated after pass­ing field sobri­ety tests.”  He was aware of what he was doing,” Gor­don said. He was charged with open and gross lewdness.

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