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Dedham Police Arrest Shoplifter, Drunk Driver

The following information was provided by the Dedham Police Department. Where arrests are mentioned, they do not indicate conviction.

Photo Credit: Patch file photo.
Photo Credit: Patch file photo.

Saturday, Jan. 11

At 12:48 a.m., police responded to King's on a report of an intoxicated party. Upon arrival police spoke with an individual who officers described as unsteady on his feet and slurring his speech. The individual's friends offered to drive him home; to ensure he did not return to his own vehicle, police towed the car and placed a 12-hour hold on it. 

Friday, Jan. 10

At 2:35 p.m., police arrested Moise Julmis, 47, of Boston, after pulling him over on Rte. 1 and asking for license and registration. The driver, police found, was different than the registered owner; the vehicle was revoked for insurance reasons and police arrested him on two warrants and cited him for driving with a suspended license as well as driving an unregistered and uninsured vehicle. 

Thursday, Jan. 9

At about 4:15 p.m., police respond to TJ Maxx on a report of two juveniles shoplifting. The juveniles were caught allegedly concealing three shirts into their backpacks while in the store. The youths' parents were contacted and responded to the store to pick them up.

Tuesday, Jan. 7

Person was apprehended by Legacy Security for shoplifting a jacket valued at $150 from Roster. The person admitted to stealing the jacket, and turned it over to the store, which did not wish to prosecute. 

At 10:12 p.m., police arrested Peter Capozzi, 33, of Brockton in the area of Sanderson Avenue for driving under the influence of liquor. 

Monday, Jan. 6

At about 8:06 p.m., police responded to Stop and Shop on a report of a shoplifter. Several employees of the store were spotted holding a male against the wall in front of the store. Police arrested Eddie Bendolph, Jr., 20, of Boston for shoplifting by aspiration after the suspect allegedly took a bag of chips, a power bar and a smoothie drink and left the store without paying. Employees approached the suspect, who gave the items back but refused to follow them to loss prevention so they could obtain his personal information. A struggle subsequently ensued, according to police records. 

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