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Wareham Police arrest two disorderly and belligerent women in three separate incidents

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On Monday, July 6, at about 1:30 a.m. Wareham Police Officer Justin Silveira was blocking a portion of Cranberry Highway near the Cranberry Plaza, as a result of flooding in the area. He was being assisted by Reserve Officer Thomas Bilodeau. Officer Silveira noticed a vehicle operating erratically and at a high rate of speed. He stopped the car near the corner of Red Brook Road.

The female operator of the vehicle became belligerent, and officers suspected her of being impaired. Brooke Burns-Hill (29), of Wareham, was placed under arrest for the following offenses.

• Operating under the influence of liquor
• Negligent operation of a motor vehicle
• Disorderly conduct
• Disturbing the peace
• Marked lanes violation
• Speeding

Early Tuesday morning at about 1:30 a.m. Juvenile Detective Karl Baptiste observed a vehicle parked with its passenger side door open on Onset Avenue near Minot Avenue.

Two females became belligerent and berated the officer when he tried to investigate why the vehicle was parked there. As a result both females were placed under arrest. Brooke Burns-Hill (29), and Jerae Black (30), both of Wareham, were charged with disorderly conduct. Officer Ryan Gomes and Sgt. Steven Soqui assisted with the arrests.

On Wednesday, July 8, at 1:08 a.m. Wareham Police officers responded to an address in the Oakdale area for a disturbance. At the scene it was determined that a female individual had been banging on windows and doors at a home.

In addition the female had illegally entered a vehicle that was parked in the driveway. Brooke Burns-Hill (29), of Wareham was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct, trespassing, and break and entering for misdemeanor. The arrest was made by Officers Nate Aronson and Justin Silveira. Sgt. Steven Soqui assisted at the scene.

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One comment

  1. Disorderly Conduct and Disturbing the Peace are code for the “citizen got uppity so we arrested them to humble them into police state slavery”

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