DAILY INCIDENTS FOR WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 2009POLICE ARREST ONE FOR BREAKING INTO CARS IN THE SOUTH END On Wednesday, January 28, 2009, at approximately 2:02am, officers from Area D-4 (South End) were patrolling in the area of Washington Street when they observed an individual fitting the description of a B&E suspect broadcast earlier in the evening. As a result of their observations, officers stopped the individual in order to establish his identity. While speaking to the suspect, officers observed his clothing to be covered with chards of glass. Officers also recognized the individual given the fact that they had dealt with him in prior incidents. A search of the suspect enabled officers to locate and take possession of a GPS device. When asked how he came to possess the device, the suspect stated, “I was in a car up by the CVS in Copley Square.” Suspect further stated, “I was with a guy that threw a brick through the window of a silver Mercedes on Newbury Street.” The suspect admitted to the officers that he entered the vehicle.Officers conducted an investigation and located the owner of the silver Mercedes who was able to identify his stolen GPS device. Officers arrested James Watson, 43, of Boston on the charges of Breaking & Entering a Motor Vehicle a Night and Receiving Stolen Property. ONE FOR THE ROAD IS ONE TOO MANY On Tuesday, January 27, 2009, at approximately 1:54am, officers from Area A-7 (East Boston) observed a blue Jeep fail to stop for a stop sign at the intersection of Ford and Boardman Streets. Officers then attempted to stop the vehicle in the area of 15 Boardman Street. The vehicle then pulled over and parked in a manner that was blocking traffic. When officers asked the operator to produce a license and registration, the operator, while looking in the same pocket several times stated, “I don’t have it, I must have lost my wallet.” Officers then pointed out that the operator’s wallet was in her rear pocket. While speaking to the suspect, officers detected an odor consistent with that of an alcoholic beverage. The suspect was then asked to conduct several sobriety tests. The suspect had difficulty following the instructions as well as performing them. Given the suspect’s slurred speech and inability to stand on her feet, officers determined that the suspect was under the influence of alcohol. Officers arrested Darlene Ciulla, 44, of Revere and charged her with Operating a Motor Vehicle Under the Influence of Alcohol and Failure to Stop for a Stop Sign. TWO ARRESTED AT BRUINS GAME On Wednesday, January 27, 2009, at approximately 8:18pm, officers performing a paid detail at the Bruins game at the TD Bank North Garden (Area A-1) assisted security personnel in escorting two males from the property. Officers were informed that the two intoxicated males were creating a disturbance by yelling and swearing. Officers also learned that the fans, while attempting to obtain free t-shirts that were being thrown into the crowd, jumped on and pushed fans in their section. While officers were removing the two fans from the building, the two continued to cause a disturbance. Officers, on several different occasions, warned the suspects that failure to discontinue their disruptive behavior could lead to their arrest. When the suspects refused, officers arrested the two suspects. While officers were in the process of arresting the suspects, one of the subjects attempted to burn the officers with a cigarette lighter. Officers arrested Alex Delvecchio, 21, of Billerica and charged him with Disturbing a Public Assembly, Disorderly Conduct, Resisting Arrest and Assault by Means of a Dangerous Weapon (lighter). Officers also arrested Kile Burtman, 21, of Norwood and charged him with Disturbing a Public Assembly and Disorderly Conduct.