slides: 10 Big Worcester Police Busts in March
Wednesday, April 02, 2014
Though Worcester slid into the bottom quartile for crime in Congressional Quarterly's most recent nationwide crime survey, the Worcester Police work tirelessly to make the city a safer place.
In March, Worcester saw a number of big arrests, including an intensive drug investigation that yielded the seizure of nearly a quarter million dollars worth of heroin and more than $75,000 in cash.
See ten big Worcester Police busts from the month of March in the slides below...
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St. Patty's Parade
Man Threatened with Gun at St. Patrick's Parade
Hit and Run
Street-Level Drug Dealing
BB Gun Assault
- Daniella Dahlstedt, 39-years-old of 162 Chandler Street, Worcester. Charged with Common Street Walker.
- Amanda Sexton, 24-years-old of 1 West Street, Worcester. Charged with Common Street Walker.
- Kelly Mendes, 46-year-old of 17 Hollywood Street, Worcester. Charged with Common Street Walker.
- Danielle Hamalainen, 30-years-old of 25 Queen Street, Worcester. Charged with Sexual Conduct for a Fee and on an outstanding arrest warrant for Assault and Battery.
- Josephine Mangual, 52-years-old of 2 Oread Street, Worcester. Charged with Common Night Walker.
A Kilo of Cocaine
Vehicle Search Leads to Trafficking Arrest
Loaded Assault Rifle
Shot While Driving
Gas Station Shooting
644 Grams of Heroin
Yearlong Investigation Leads To Multiple Drug Arrests, Cash and Drugs Seized
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