A 50-year-old Green Street resident is facing a slew of charges after police arrested the allegedly intoxicated man at Addison Gilbert Hospital Friday about 11:45 a.m.
Raymond C. Belliveau was charged with drunken driving, trespassing at the hospital, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and drinking in public, according to the police report released Tuesday.
Police said Belliveau’s vehicle had run out of gas as he entered the hospital parking lot, then the man allegedly walked into the hospital while smoking a cigarette and drinking alcohol from a bottle and began “harassing” patrons in the cafeteria for money, according to the police report.
Belliveau then allegedly attempted to hit a police officer and refused to submit to officers as they handcuffed him, police said.
Shane D. Murphy, a 27-year-old Joppa Way resident, was arrested Sunday about 12:39 a.m., after an officer on patrol watched as the man approached a group of people in the Palazola’s Sporting Goods parking lot, “screaming” and “waving his hands wildly.”
Murphy told intervening officers he had earlier fought one of the men in the group inside of House of Mitch, police said. Witnesses said Murphy grabbed the other man’s face and stuck his fingers in the man’s eye, police said. That man was transported to Addison Gilbert Hospital where he received medical care for his eye injury, police said.
That victim’s wife told police Murphy had also struck her in the stomach as she had tried to separate the two men in the bar.
Murphy was charged with two counts of assault and battery and with acting as a disorderly person.
Police charged a Lynn man with driving without a license after the man allegedly failed to use a turn signal as he exited the Grant Circle rotary onto Route 128 South.
Jose Deleon, 23, was arrested and the vehicle he was driving towed, police said.
Joseph P. Young, a 27-year-old man who resides at the Action Inc. shelter, was arrested for shoplifting from Walgreen’s and assault and battery on a store employee Friday about 6:17 p.m., according to police.
Police found Young wearing three sweatshirts with the word “Gloucester” written on them after he left the store, pushing an employee who tried to stop him and another woman at the exit of the store.
The employee detained the other woman and she returned $373 worth of stolen items to the store.
Police arrested Dianne M. Leverich, a 42-year-old woman who resides at the Action Shelter, on charges of larceny, after finding Leverich had allegedly taken an Addison Gilbert Hospital employee’s purse from the woman’s office Monday about 10:22 a.m., police said.
The Golden Living Center will reimburse a resident $120, after the man fell asleep with the money in his hand, and woke up with an empty fist, according to police. There are no suspects in the larceny case that was reported to police Monday afternoon.
Police found two of the six sanitation sheds at the Magnolia Woods field tipped over Monday afternoon, police said.
The sheds that tipped over were located farthest from the parking lot, according to police.
Officers also found tracks left from someone driving tight circles while speeding in the lot and “no parking” signs that had been ripped out of the ground, police said.
Marjorie Nesin can be reached at 978-283-7000, x3451, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.