Thursday, November 3, 2011

Massachusetts Drugs and Weapons Case: Somerville police arrest man with drugs, knife and suspended license

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Somerville —

A man who picked a fight with a woman was later found driving with illegal drugs and a knife earlier this month, according to a police report.

On Oct. 20 at 2:45 p.m., an officer was flagged down on Highland Avenue near Vinal Avenue and informed about a man in a black Cadillac Escalade starting a fight with a woman nearby. The victim said she was trying to park her car when the suspect allegedly started screaming at her from his car.

The car was spotted before Walnut Street and a license plate search revealed that the registered owner had a suspended license due to a distribution of Class D substance charge.

Police pulled the car over. A pat frisk revealed a 3-inch folding knife in his upper waistband and two pills n his pocket believed to be suboxone.

Derek McMasters, 32, of an unknown address was arrested on charges of charges of possessing a Class D drug, possession of a dangerous weapon and driving on a suspended license.

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