When the Subway Restaurant chain says to visit the
restaurant and “eat fresh,” it doesn’t mean "act fresh," and a man with a bunch of arrests under his belt is finding that out firsthand.
Javier Antonio Baez, 28, of Beaver Street in Framingham, was arrested at 4:59 p.m. on May 18, and charged with assault and battery, intimidating a witness, and disorderly conduct.
According to Natick Police, an officer was sent to the West Natick location on West Central Street for a report of an employee having an altercation with a customer. An officer later arrested Baez on the charges.
Baez, according to online reports, is no stranger to the police.
In August 2006, Baez was arrested and charged with assault with a dangerous weapon (a knife) and threatening to commit a crime. In 2007, there was another altercation at a local hospital. In 2008, he was charged with failing to stop for police, driving a vehicle negligently, driving without a license, driving an uninsured vehicle, driving an unregistered vehicle, possession of a stolen RMV document, and receiving a stolen license plate, after a short chase and motor vehicle stop in Natick.
Editor’s note: The following post was derived from information supplied by the Natick Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.