weekend arrests in Marlborough contained a few interesting accounts from Marlborough's finest.1. The
2. Charles H. Griffin, 44, of 181 Boston Post Road East Apt. 54 was arrested on Boston Post Road on charges of assault with a dangerous weapon, disorderly conduct, vandalizing property and resisting arrest. He, according to police, used a mop with a long wooden handle in an attempt to assault a relative and then when the police arrived he damaged the bumper and hood of a police cruiser by throwing the mop against the cruiser as he was resisting arrest.
3. During a call for a possible break-in to a motor vehicle on Chestnut Street, police arrested Samuel Calderon Ruiz, 28, of 123 Broad Street Apt. 1 in the area of Chestnut and Sumner Streets on charges of Class B (cocaine) drug possession. He was observed in the area, said Police Detective Scott DeCiero, and was at some point frisked for weapons by officers. That is when they allegedly found a "clear plastic bag containing a white, powdery substance consistent with cocaine," he said.
4. Police also arrested Adam R. Houde, 29, of 15 Mill Street N. on 26 Gleason Street Ext. Apt. 1 on two charges of vandalizing property and one charge of resisting arrest who allegedly smashed a double pane window and damaged a kitchen counter top before resisting arrest during a domestic disturbance.
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