5 arrested after disturbance at Everett Chuck E. Cheese’s
Five individuals were arrested Saturday after a disturbance at a Chuck E. Cheese’s in Everett, police said in a Facebook post Tuesday.
On Saturday, two officers patrolling the Gateway Center were notified of adults drinking prohibited alcoholic beverages at Chuck E. Cheese’s.
Police said a male suspect and several other patrons who were also allegedly consuming alcohol in the establishment became aggressive with the officers. The man was arrested but other patrons started inciting the crowd, which became hostile toward the officers, according to police.
Several individuals punched and kicked the officers, police said. Back-up from Everett and Medford police as well as state police arrived and restored order, allowing Everett police to arrest five individuals.
- Samuel Ramos, 33, of Dorchester, was charged with being a disorderly person, resisting arrest, and interfering with police.
- Pedro Abeu, 53, of Chelsea, was charged with being a disorderly person, resisting arrest, and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. He also had six outstanding warrants, according to police.
- Jose Rosado-Cruz, 30, of East Boston, was charged with being a disorderly person, resisting arrest, and assault and battery on a police officer.
- Emily Joyce Emerson, 22, of Lynn, was charged with two counts of assault and battery on a police officer and being a disorderly person.
- Yoselin Enid Rosado, 33, of Roxbury, was charged with being a disorderly person and assault and battery on a police officer.
All suspects were arraigned in Malden District Court on Monday, according to the statement.
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