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WSAR NEWS Archives for 2017-03

Fall River Ten Most Wanted March 2017


Tri-Rell Jones  

 

LKA.           217 Doyle St. Apt.#2W, Fall River, MA.

Age:           26                      

Sex:            M                       

Race:          B

Ethnicity: Non- Hispanic

Height:      5’8”-5’10”

Weight:    165-170

Eyes:         Brown

Hair:          Black

Offense(s)

1)   Intimidating a Witness

2)   Vandalize Property

3)   A&B on Family / Household Member

4)   Aggravated A&B

5)   A&B on Family / Household Member

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Jeffrey Lynn Heaberlin Jr.

 

LKA.           Homeless

Age:           32                     

Sex:            M                       

Race:         W

Ethnicity: Non- Hispanic

Height:      6’1”

Weight:     140

Eyes:          Brown

Hair:           Brown

Offense(s)

1)   Sex Offender Fail to Register, Subsequent Offense

2)   Strangulation or Suffocation

3)   A&B on Family / Household Member

4)   Assault and Battery

5)   Sex Offender Fail to Register

6)   Vandalize Property

7)   Resist Arrest

8)   Trespass

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Thai Boun

 

LKA.           108 Grant St. Apt. #2N, Fall River, Ma

Age:           36                      

Sex:            M                       

Race:          A

Ethnicity: Non- Hispanic

Height:      5’10”

Weight:     215

Eyes:          Brown

Hair:          Black

Offense(s)

1)   Firearm, Carry without License

2)   Firearm without License, Carry Loaded

3)   Firearm, Discharge within 500 Ft. of Building

 

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Elijah Alexander Sapp

 

LKA.           159 Fourth St. Apt. #1, Fall River, MA

Age:           18                      

Sex:            M                        

Race:          B

Ethnicity: Non-Hispanic

Height:      5’6”-5’9”

Weight:    155-160

Eyes:         Brown

Hair:          Black

Offense(s)

1)   Drug, Possess to Distribute Class B

 

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Melvin Roberto Gualdarrama

 

LKA.           82 Lapham St. Apt. #2, Fall River, MA

Age:           29                      

Sex:            M                       

Race:         W

Ethnicity: Hispanic

Height:      5’10”

Weight:     170

Eyes:          Brown

Hair:           Black

Offense(s)

1)   Drug, Possess to Distribute Class A

2)   Drug, Possess to Distribute Class B

3)   Drug, Possess Class B

4)   Operating a Motor Vehicle with License Suspended, Subsequent Offense

5)   Fail to Stop/Yield

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Aaron M. Affonso

 

LKA.           227 Lawrence St. Fall River, MA.

Age:           22                      

Sex:            M                       

Race:         W

Ethnicity: Non-Hispanic

Height:      5’9”

Weight:    150

Eyes:         Brown

Hair:          Brown

Offense(s)

1)   Breaking and Entering Building Nighttime for Felony

2)   Vandalize Property

3)   Larceny over $250

4)   Larceny from a building

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Junior C. Boston

 

LKA.           130 Canal St. Apt. #303, Fall River, MA.

Age:           44                      

Sex:            M                       

Race:          B

Ethnicity:  Non-Hispanic

Height:       6’

Weight:     280

Eyes:          Brown

Hair:          Black

Offense(s)

1)   Drug, Possess to Distribute Class A, Subsequent Offense

2)   Drug Possess to Distribute Class B, Subsequent Offense

3)   Assault and Battery Dangerous Weapon

4)   Assault and Battery on Family / Household Member

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Chelsea B. Cote

 

LKA.           129 County St. Apt. #3, Fall River, MA.

Age:           24                      

Sex:            F                       

Race:         W

Ethnicity: Non-Hispanic

Height:      5’1”

Weight:    110

Eyes:         Green

Hair:          Brown

Offense(s)

1)   Robbery, Unarmed

2)   Robbery, Unarmed

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Johnny Jackson

 

LKA.           500 Birch St. Apt#2, Fall River, MA

Age:           28                     

Sex:            M                       

Race:          B

Ethnicity: Non-Hispanic

Height:      5’9”

Weight:    240

Eyes:         Brown

Hair:          Black

Offense(s)

1)   Drug, Possess Class E

2)   Drug, Possess Class E

3)   Operating a Motor Vehicle with License Suspended, Subsequent Offense

 

 

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Luis A. Resto-Torres

 

LKA.           228 Bradford Ave. Apt.#1, Fall River, MA.

Age:           34                      

Sex:            M                       

Race:          W

Ethnicity: Hispanic

Height:      5’5”-5’6”

Weight:    140-145

Eyes:         Green

Hair:          Brown

Offense(s)

1)   Larceny over $250

2)   Larceny under $250 by False Pretense

3)   Assault

4)   Breaking and Entering for Misdemeanor

5)   Threat to Commit Crime

6)   Leave the Scene Personal Injury

7)   Operating a Motor Vehicle with License Suspended

8)   Larceny over $250

 

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Immigrant Awareness in Fall River


Office of the Mayor

City of Fall River

Massachusetts

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESS RELEASE

For immediate release

 

March 20, 2017

 

Fall River – Mayor Jasiel F. Correia has proclaimed March 21, 2017 Fall River’s Immigration Day of Action. Mayor Correia, in conjunction with the U. S. Conference of Mayors, joins mayors from across the country in an initiative to bring attention to immigration policy as implemented on the national level. Mayor Correia stated, “As the child of immigrants as well as the mayor of Fall River, this is a vital issue for me, as it is for all residents of the city.”

 

The full text of the proclamation is as follows:

 

Whereas:  The United States of America is a nation of immigrants and has always been a haven for people of the world in their struggle for freedom and a better life; and

 

Whereas:  Our national immigration policy has long been in need of meaningful reform; and

 

Whereas:  Fall River has always been a welcoming and safe community for immigrants of many countries; and

 

Whereas:  Immigrants have proven to be vital contributors to the spirit, life, culture and economy of Fall River; and

 

Whereas:  The immigrant population of our great country is facing unprecedented threats to their safety and well-being; and

 

Whereas: The U. S. Conference of Mayors has resolved to host a national Immigration Day of Action on Tuesday, March 21, 2017

 

 

Now therefore: I, Mayor Jasiel F. Correia II, in joining with hundreds of my fellow mayors and millions of Americans, do hereby proclaim March 21, 2017 Fall River’s Immigration Day of Action

 

 

Jasiel F. Correia, II

Mayor of Fall River

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Tom Has Jerseys Back


In a story originally reported by Fox Sports' Jay Glazer, Game Jerseys worn by Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady in Super Bowl 49 and Super Bowl LI were recovered in Mexico, after Houston Police got a tip from an informant. 

Brady noticed the Super Bowl LI Jersey missing from his equipment bag in the Patriots locker room at NRG Stadium in Houston following the Overtime Win over Atlanta. 

The Associated Press says a helmet used by Denver Linebacker Von Miller in Super Bowl 50 was recovered as well. 

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The Brayton Point Ticking Clock


With the closure of the Brayton Point Power Plant in Somerset set for the final day of May, attention now turns to those who will lose their jobs when Electricty Generation ceases this Spring. 


Bristol Plymouth First District State Senator Mike Rodrigues tells WSAR that federal employment administrators have indicated that workers at Brayton Point will recieve extended benefits while employees look for new jobs or seek re training. 

Somerset Selectman Holly MacNamara has indicated to WSAR that the full decommissioning of the plant will take at least a year to complete. 

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Price on The DL


MLB.com and ESPN.com are reporting that Red Sox Pitcher David Price will begin the 2017 Regular Season on the disabled list, after issues with his pitching elbow cropped up in Spring Training earlier this month. 

 

Price went to Indianapolis and spoke to Dr James Andrews, and was told that he would not need surgery; Price is undergoing a program of rest and rehab and could be back in the rotation by May. 

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The Storm Issues


As the Commonwealth digs out from what could be the final major Winter Storm Event, Governor Charlie Baker is concentrating on getting shelters open, and also looking at the situation in Western Massachusetts, in terms of snowfall. 

Baker also wants to ensure what he terms a normal commute on Wednesday.

 

Locally, the mix of rain and snow is happening during the noon hour...

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New UMass Dartmouth Chancellor Selected


The UMass Dartmouth Campus will have a new Chancellor effective July 1, after Dr Robert E Johnson was selected by the UMass Board of Trustees at the recomendation of System President Marty Meehan earlier Tuesday Morning. 

Johnson tells WSAR he wants to be part of transformative process, and said there are ''good people'' on campus, after meeting faculty, staff and students during an earlier listening session prior to his selection. 

WSAR will air a complete interview with the new Chancellor during the Wednesday Edition of the WSAR Newsroom.

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The Highlands Session


The Greater Highlands Neighberhood Association will be holding a meeting at Spencer Borden Middle School Wednesday, March 8, at 6:30pm to discuss a proposed clinic and treament center to be built at the site of a former Weaver Street Mill that burned down in the first quarter of 2016.

STARR announced this week that it had purchased the 3 acre parcel; a 60 bed facility, at a cost of $12 million is planned for that site. 

 

The original announcement was made on the organization's Facebook page Tuesday Morning. 

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Patriots Tickets Stable in 2017


ESPN Boston.com is reporting that Ticket Prices for the 2017 NFL Season at Gillette Stadium will remain where they are, the same as in the Super Bowl LI winning season of 2016, according to ESPN Boston.com

Single Game Tickets will go on sale later this summer.

The Patriots open their regular season in prime time on Thursday Night September 7; the NFL will announce the schedule for each of its 32 teams next month. 

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