Police Log Dec. 17-19: Slashed Tires, Shoplifting, Disorderly Conduct
The following are some of the most notable police incidents that happened this weekend in Natick, according to the Natick Police Department.
Friday, 1:30 p.m.: A female resident at Kendall Crossing Apartments at 31 Woodbine Rd., Apt. 1 reported that all four tires of her grey 2001 Toyota Sienna were slashed.
- An employee at Honey Farms at 61 S. Main St. reported that a male allegedly took merchandise from the store a fled in a silver mini van after dropping the stolen item in the parking lot. After police stopped a vehicle on Route 9, matching the suspects description, police made two arrests. Patrick Charles Hamlin, 18, of 128 Ridge Rd., Northborough was charged with shoplifting and possession of liquor under age 21. Matthew Lawrence Bornstein, 18, of 43 Parkerville Rd., Southborough was charged with shoplifting, conspiracy and possession of liquor under age 21.
- A landlord called the Natick Police Department Saturday morning, seeking advise about an ongoing dispute with a tenant at 9 Whalen Lane, Apt. 1 for allegedly keeping an unclean apartment. The sergeant requested the Board of Health go to the home immediately. The tenant, Jamil Farhat Jr., 53, was arrested and an ambulance was called to the scene. Farhat was charged with disorderly conduct and assault and battery on a police officer.
- Natick Police were called to 24 Lakeview Gardens, Apt. 607 after a caller reported an alleged domestic dispute in progress. Police arrested John Leander Malloy, 25, and charged him with assault and battery.