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.
Westborough 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.