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Dedham Man Arrested, Charged with Third Drunk Driving Offense

Here are the arrests made by Dedham police from Dec. 2-10.

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The following is the Dedham Police arrest log for Dec. 2-10. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.

December 2

  • James D. Campbell, 44, of 28 Walnut Street, Dedham, was arrested by police and charged with operating a motor vehicle after his license was suspended.
  • Michael Price, 31, of 9 Wilson Street, Worcester, was arrested by police and charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license and operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of liquor.
  • Walter J. Burke, 41, of 52 Mass. Ave., Dedham, was arrested by police and charged with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. The police log indicated this was a third offense.

December 3

  • Ayanna M. Alexis, 20, of 141 Bowdoin Street, Boston, was arrested by police and charged with improper use of a credit card (over $250), obstruction of justice and false impersonation and identity fraud.
  • Kelsey Leanne Vangel, 23, of 27 Veterans Road, Dedham, was arrested by police and charged with domestic assault and battery.

December 4

  • Leslie J. Cousino, 55, of 194 Durnell Ave., Roslindale, was arrested by police and charged with malicious destruction of property (over $250), resisting arrest and assault and battery on a police officer.
  • Ephrem Negussie, 22, of 2 Moreland Street, Roxbury, was arrested by police and charged with domestic assault and battery.

December 7

  • Edwin Vasquez, 50, of 5 Sherwood Street, Dedham, was arrested by police and charged with disorderly conduct.

December 8

  • Victor M. Vangell III, 30, of 35 Hallron Street, Hyde Park, was arrested by police and charged with assault and battery on a disabled person over the age of 60.
  • Victor M. Vangell III, 30, of 35 Hallron Street, Hyde Park, was arrested by police and charged with violating an abuse prevention order.

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