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Police Log: 3 Arrested for Assault After Sending 2 to the Hospital

Find out what types of calls the Stoneham Police Department fielded recently.

[Editor's note: The following information was provided by the . Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.]

Aside from the and the police fielded some other activity including a triple arrest, breaking up a knife fight and an OUI charge this past Sunday and Monday.

Sunday, July 15

@1:58 p.m. Police responded to reports of a dog left in a hot car. When police arrived their was no evidence of the vehicle.

@2:24 p.m. There was a fight on Capen Street in which three people refused medical attention and two knives were taken into evidence.

@10:07 p.m. Police responded to a possible domestic violence call on Montvale Avenue. A man had apparently given himself self-inflicted lacerations to the head and the Uhaul truck he was occupying had some front end damage and a broken mirror. No arrest was made.

@10:41 p.m. ARREST - Glen Wells, 52, of 280 Green Street in Stoneham was arrested on 1169 Franklin Street for Operating Under the Influence of Alcohol. Wells also had several warrant violations including driving with a suspended license, driving without a license, his license had been suspended for two previous OUI's and he failed to stop/yield.

Monday, July 16

@2:48 p.m. Police investigated an allegation of fraud at the Stoneham Credit Union. While there, the detective investigated and cited a vehicle that had parked for over five hours in a 15 minute zone.

@3:02 p.m. Police responded to a call about three stolen laptops at BJ's on 85 Cedar Street.

@8:38 p.m. TRIPLE ARREST - Douglas Clark, 42, of 9 Johnson Street, Saugus, Duilio Fabbo, 41, of 0 Applehill Road, Peabody, and Frank Rivera, 48, of 83 Central Street in Stoneham were all charged with assualt and battery with a dangerous weapon on Washington and Mrytle Street. Two victims were transported to Lahey Clinic for medical treatment. Fubbo and Clark were also charged with conspiracy to commit a crime.

Concerned Citizen July 18, 2012 at 03:13 PM
After 20 years, nothing changes with these guys
Russ July 19, 2012 at 02:21 PM
Aside from the 'details' and history, the level of crime has increased significantly. The population of the community needs to be controlled in terms of those requiring disproportionate services due to an inability to get out of their own way. We cannot afford another concentrated area of crime in Stoneham.
Russ July 19, 2012 at 02:22 PM
p.s. It would be very helpful to publish the immigration status of the individuals involved with the criminal activity.

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