September 22, 2009
Police responded to the Winter Hill School playground at 115 Sycamore St. at about 11:31 p.m. Aug. 25 and broke up a group of people drinking and hanging out inside and outside the city park, which was closed. All city parks close at 10 p.m.
Police said everyone in the group left the park except 20-year-old Daniel Tomeo and his girlfriend, who left only after several requests. About 10 minutes later, police allegedly found the same group of people had returned to the Winter Hill playground. The group again left the park, except Tomeo and his girlfriend, police said. Tomeo was allegedly holding a glass alcohol bottle, and smashed the glass bottle on the ground when Officer Manzelli told him to put the bottle down.
Tomeo, who was allegedly intoxicated, told cops he did nothing and that it was his park. Tomeo was given another warning after his girlfriend convinced him to leave the park, according to reports.
But when Officer John Tam took the police canine for his routine walk just after midnight, he allegedly saw Tomeo and his girlfriend walking toward the park again. When she saw Tam’s police cruiser, the girlfriend allegedly turned around and walked in the opposite direction, but Tomeo allegedly walked into the park.
“I ain’t doing anything,” Tomeo allegedly said when Tam asked him to leave. “I’m just walking by. This is my park.”
I wonder if it would work to tell the office I own the road.
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