BIKE THIEF ARRESTED IN THE SOUTH ENDAt about 1:48am, on Saturday, April 21, 2007, officers from District D-4 (South End) received a radio call for a person stealing a bike at 407 Marlborough Street. En route to the call, officers were given a description of the suspect. The suspect was described as 6’0” male, wearing a black jacket and a black hat with dots on it. Officers then located an individual fitting that description. While officers were speaking to the suspect, they noticed that the suspect was sitting on a woman’s bicycle that appeared to be too small for the suspect. The suspect was then brought back to the scene where he was positively identified by witnesses. Officers then arrested Ricardo Hernandez, 38, of Weymouth, and charged him with Larceny (Bicycle). HOTEL GUESTS??? About 1:20am, on Friday, April 20, 2007, officers from District A-1 (Downtown) received a radio call for a disturbance at the Hyatt Hotel. On arrival, officers spoke to hotel employees who stated 2 guests were causing a major disturbance. While officers were speaking to the suspects, hotel employees entered the suspect’s room and observed major damage done to the room. Specifically, hotel employees observed damage done to the bathroom, ceiling and sinks. As a result, officers arrested Raymond Waerness, 24, and Kristian Waerness, 26, of Norway, and charged both with Malicious Destruction of Property (over $250.00). WATCH WHERE YOU SPIT At about 10:00pm, on Friday, April 20, 2007, officers from District B-3 (Mattapan) observed an individual drinking and spitting what appeared to be juice all over the sidewalk. Officers further observed other individuals stepping off the sidewalk so as to avoid being spit on. As a result, officers approached the suspect and asked him to stop spitting on the sidewalk. To which, the suspect replied, ”You mean to tell me I can’t spit where I want .. show me the law .. you have to show me that one.” At this point, officers asked the suspect to leave the area. To which, the suspect replied, “I’m not going anywhere.” Officers then arrested Michael Pemberton-Myatt, 25, of Mattapan and charged him with being a Disorderly Person.