, Gloucester, MA

Breaking News

Latest Cape Ann News

April 5, 2013

Gloucester Police?Fire: Police cite vehicle owners over registrations

Gloucester Police/Fire

Police issued citations to three vehicle owners Thursday morning for leaving vehicles with expired registrations or issues with the vehicles being unregistered and uninsured.

A citation for expired registration was mailed to Mayra A. Casillas-Ramirez, a 32-year-old Mt. Vernon Street resident, after police had Tally’s tow her vehicle from Patriot’s Circle, according to police.

Charges of leaving an uninsured and unregistered vehicle on a public Gloucester road were levied against Thomas A. Walsh, a 44-year-old Rockport resident, after a license plate reader machine notified police of the vehicle’s status.

A vehicle belonging to Loretta Peres, 52, was towed from where it was parked near her Patriots Circle home Thursday morning, after police found the vehicle’s registration had expired and issued a citation to Peres for the violation.

Marjorie Nesin can be reached at 978-283-7000, x3451, or at

Text Only | Photo Reprints
Latest Cape Ann News

Pictures of the Week
Your news, your way
Comments Tracker
AP Video Network
Texas Scientists Study Ebola Virus Smartphone Powered Paper Plane Debuts at Airshow Southern Accent Reduction Class Cancelled in TN Raw: Deadly Landslide Hits Indian Village Obama Chides House GOP for Pursuing Lawsuit New Bill Aims to Curb Sexual Assault on Campus Russia Counts Cost of New US, EU Sanctions 3Doodler Bring 3-D Printing to Your Hand Six PA Cops Indicted for Robbing Drug Dealers Britain Testing Driverless Cars on Roadways Raw: Thousands Flocking to German Crop Circle At Least 20 Chikungunya Cases in New Jersey Raw: Obama Eats Ribs in Kansas City In Virginia, the Rise of a New Space Coast Raw: Otters Enjoy Water Slides at Japan Zoo NCAA Settles Head-injury Suit, Will Change Rules Raw: Japanese Soldiers Storm Beach in Exercises Raw: Weapons Fire Hits UN School in Gaza Raw: Rocket Launches Into Space With Cargo Ship Broken Water Main Floods UCLA