BPD Operation “Clean Sweep” Results in 18 Arrests in the area of Massachusetts Avenue and Southampton Street

In an effort to address ongoing community concerns in the general area of Massachusetts Avenue and Southampton Street in Roxbury, the Boston Police Department conducted an operation on Thursday August 1, 2019, which resulted in 18 arrests on numerous charges. These arrests stem from outstanding warrants or new charges as a result of this operation. All parties will be arraigned in Roxbury District Court.

Saschalee Rodriguez, 28, of Roslindale, is charged with Distribution of Class A and B Drugs

Shyronn Johnson, 28, of Somerville, Warrant - Failure to Register as a Sex Offender

Angel Torres, 46, of Lynn, Warrant - Larceny from the Person (Pick Pocket)

Luis Blanks, 28, of South Hadley, Warrant - Assault and Battery

Ivory Banks, 47, of Attleboro, Warrant - Failure to Register as a Sex Offender

Jacob Pico, 28, of Chelsea, Warrant – Larceny Over $250

Michael Golding, 34, of Dorchester, Warrant - Breaking and Entering and Providing a False Name

Jose Vega-Valentin, 37, of Somerville, Warrant – Possession of Class B Drugs

Damien Reddick, 34, of Randolph, Warrant – Witness Intimidation

Johnny Stirling, 22, of Dedham, is charged with Possession of Class B Drugs and Warrant – Larceny, Assault and Battery

Jesse Leger, 38, of Springfield, Warrant - Possession of Class A, B and E Drugs

Raul Cintron, 46, Roxbury, Warrant – Possession of a Class B Drugs

Carlos Nadal, 39, of Fitchburg, is charged with Possession of a Class B Drugs

Luis Garcia, 35, of New Bedford, is charged with Possession of a Class B Drugs

Christopher Alves, 36, of Leicester, Warrant – Larceny Over $250

Pavel Retituyo, 31, of Roxbury, Warrant - Larceny

Joanna Rene, 32, of Dorchester, Warrant – Unarmed Robbery, Assault and Battery and Possession of Class B Drugs

Marshall Burton, 36, of Roxbury, is charged with Assault and Battery and Dangerous Weapon Unlawfully Carried