A Washington Street woman is facing numerous charges after being pulled over for speeding on Saturday around 1:50 a.m. on Route 128 northbound.
According to the police report, Cinthia Costa, 32, was stopped in a parking lot behind her house at 222 Washington St.
At first, police said, she ignored requests for her license and registration, before eventually handing over the registration and a Brazilian passport. Costa admitted to police that she did not have a license, according to the report, and she told police she had a few beers at a friend’s house. But she then failed three field sobriety tests, according to the police report.
She also agreed to a breathalyzer test, and had a blood alcohol level of .18 percent — more than double the legal limit — according to the police report.
She is charged with operating under the influence, unlicensed operation and a marked lanes violation.
Two young Gloucester women are facing charges after an apparent fight between the pair Thursday night at Stage Fort Park.
According to police, a Centennial Avenue juvenile came into the Gloucester Police Department Friday at 7:58 p.m. to report an assault.
The 17-year-old told police she was attacked at Stage Fort Thursday at around 7:30 p.m. She told police that Victoria Flannagan, 18, of Fuller Street, began punching her in the face and then kicking her in the head.
Police followed up by speaking with both women and viewed a cellphone video that captured some of the alleged attack. The juvenile also told police after visiting her doctor that she may have a cracked jaw and other injuries.
Flannagan, meanwhile, said she was sitting in the parking lot when the juvenile attacked her, while a witness and friend of Flannagan backed up that version of the story.
Police are taking out criminal complaints against Flannagan, who is being charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (a shod foot). The juvenile is facing an assault and battery charge.
Jakobel Castillo, 22, of 6 Summit St. was arrested for unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and having his car windows tinted so as to be too dark.
The darkened windows led police to follow him on Saturday around 8:30 a.m., according to the police report. And when stopped, Castillo told officers he was licensed to drive Puerto Rico, but not in Massachusetts.
Police told his wife that, if Castillo is living in the state, he needs a driver’s license from the state in order to be driving. His wife is also facing a citation for allowing an unlicensed operator.
Police diffused a custody disagreement on Beacon Street Sunday at 6:40 a.m.
According to the police report, a man wanted to take his children from his former wife. Their custody agreement was to let the children visit when they wanted to — which, at that time, they did not, police said. The man left the area without any incident, according to police, and there were no charges filed.
A Warner Street woman was arrested after police responded to a domestic disturbance call on Mason Street Monday at 4:20 a.m.
According to the police report, Rachael Maneatis, 35, was arrested for a restraining order violation, resisting arrest and disturbing the police.
Matt Hadey, 52, of 530 Washington St., is also facing a criminal complaint of assault and battery, according to a police report.
Friday, a Washington Street man reported his car was stolen between the hours of 12 and 6 a.m. The alleged theft was reported around 1 p.m.
Police are investigating a case of an abandoned motor vehicle on Maplewood Avenue reported Monday at 9:10 a.m.
The vehicle identification number came back to a Lawrence man, but Lawrence police did not have any record of the owner, according to the police report.
An “unwelcome guest” at the Tedeschi’s on Washington Street was given a ride home to Shepherd Street Sunday around 1 a.m. Because of a language barrier, police said, they could not identify him.
James Niedzinski can be reached at 978-675-2708 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.