Steven M. Sargent, Chief
On June 21st at about 11 AM, Worcester Police officers were dispatched to the area of Lincoln Square for a fight. An officer working a traffic detail around the corner was the first to arrive. Two men had been fighting prior to the officer’s arrival, and police separated them upon arrival. They were both shouting at each other and making threats. Both males had blood on their clothes, and police discovered that one of the men had been stabbed several times.
Posted: Thursday 06/21/18
On Wednesday, June 20, 2018, at approximately 9:33 PM, police officers working the first Summer Impact detail for the season were on patrol when they reported a fire in the rear of the Gulf gas station, located at 185 Madison Street.
Posted: Thursday 06/21/18
On Tuesday June 19th, Worcester Police Vice Squad officers were keeping an eye on the area around Dippin’ Donuts at 1001 Main St. At about 7:05 PM, they saw three individuals sitting inside the restaurant who appeared to be waiting for someone. They observed a truck pull up to the drive-through line. Inside the truck they saw Ronald Stultz, fifty-eight-years-old of 23 Freeland St, whom they were aware of from previous interactions, and a female later identified as Susan Perdomenico, forty-eight-years-old of the same address.
Posted: Wednesday 06/20/18
When: Monday 06/25/18 6:30 PM
Where: Saint Bernard's Church, 228 Lincoln Street
When: Monday 06/25/18 7:00 PM
Where: Stop and Shop (Lincoln Plaza), 545 Lincoln Street
When: Tuesday 06/26/18 6:00 PM
Where: Quinsigamond Village, 16 Greenwood Street
When: Wednesday 06/27/18 5:30 PM
Where: Whittier Terrace, 86 Austin Street
Worcester Man Arrested for Lincoln Square Stabbing https://t.co/wRhCda0KNJ
WPD Summer Impact officers arrest a male last night on Arson charges after setting fire to container at Gulf gas Station. https://t.co/JDgEqoYp0J
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