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Arrest Log: Wakefield Man Under Arrest for Domestic Assault

The following information was supplied by the Wakefield Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

Three individuals were arrested in Wakefield on August 23.

Suspended License Charge
Police stopped Brian Stevens, 27, of 15 Claire Street in Lowell, MA for allegedly driving with a suspended license. Police said they observed Stevens driving a blue Oldsmobile at the intersection of Park Ave and Main Street at 1:45 p.m. on August 23. The officer said he recognized Stevens immediately, and knew that he had a suspended license from previous encounters. Police stopped the car at Dell Street and Converse Street, spoke to Stevens, confirmed his identity and that he had a suspended license. Police also located a bag sticking out of Stevens wasteband that contained an ounce or less of marijuana, so he was also issued a Massachusetts citation.

Suspended License Charge
Christopher Nashed, 25, of 14 Walker Road in North Andover, MA, was arrested for driving with a suspended license. Police say that at 6:41 p.m., Nashed was observed driving on Salem Street and Montrose Ave when police noticed he did not have a valid inspection sticker. Officers enacted a traffic stop, and Nashed allegedly told them he lived in New Hampshire so he did not have a Massachusetts license, and also had forgotten his wallet. However, police ran Nashed's information through the RMV ssytem and determined that he did have a Massachusetts license - but it was suspended. Upon searching Nashed, police found his wallet in his pocket with the invalid license, and also found a small amount of marijuana, so Nashed was also given a citation for possession of an ounce or less of mariajuana.

Domestic Assault Charge
A Wakefield man was charged with domestic assault and battery for allegedly harming a female inside his Cresent Street residence. David Dellaporta, 45, of 21 Crescent Street in Wakefield was arrested after police responded to his residence for reports of a female screaming for help. When police arrived, they said the heard a female yelling, "Help me!" According to the report, a male voice then shouted, "Go away!" then, "Tell them everything is fine." The woman then shouted "Everything is not fine, he's hurting me, help me!" Police then kicked the door open and began to struggle with the male suspect until they were able to handcuff him. The female was given medical attention, and Dellaporta was taken into custody. 

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