Northampton police: Two nabbed for disorderly conduct at Meadowbrook Apartments party in Florence

Last modified: Sunday, January 10, 2016


• Daniel C. Marotta, 32, of Brooklyn, New York, was arrested Sunday at 12:21 a.m. and charged with operating under the influence of alcohol and unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. According to police, officers went to the McDonald’s restaurant on King Street after getting a call from an employee that Marotta appeared intoxicated. Police said Marotta had bumped two cars in the parking lot and also backed into the building when attempting to exit McDonald’s drive-through window.

Police said Marotta was charged with unlicensed operation because he has been living in Northampton since last July but does not have a Massachusetts driver’s license.

• Pedro Juan Baez, 25, of 491 Bridge Rd., Apt. 111, Florence, and Gabriel Lebron, 25, of 143 Deerfield Drive, Florence, were arrested Saturday at 11:10 p.m. and charged with disorderly conduct, and Baez was also charged with resisting arrest.

According to police, officers responding to complaints of a loud party at the office of Meadowbrook Apartments in Florence found several people screaming at each other, including Baez and Lebron. Officers arrested the two when they refused to comply with an order to leave the scene, police said, and Baez would not cooperate with police who were attempting to restrain him.

• Travis Anthony Wolfe, 30, of 62 Searle Road, Huntington, was arrested Saturday at 12:34 a.m. and charged with operating under the influence, second offense, and failure to follow traffic signs, signals and markings. According to police, Wolfe attempted to go uphill and then park on Crafts Avenue, which is a one-way street, going downhill.

• Omar Santiago, 32, of 25 Finn Street, Northampton, was arrested Friday at 11:22 p.m. and charged with driving with a suspended or revoked license and with not having a valid inspection sticker. Police said an officer who checked Santiago’s license plate while Santiago was driving on State Street discovered his license was invalid, then stopped him on Finn Street by his home.

• Jeremy M. Bach, 27, of 110 Deerfield Drive, Florence, was arrested Friday at 7:17 p.m. at his home on a warrant from Holyoke District Court for a probation violation, police said.


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