Two men arrested in separate incidents in Randolph

Two men were arrested in separate incidents on North Street in Randolph on Saturday night, police said.

Luis Ronald Baez, 21, of Brockton, was arrested for interfering with firefighters evaluating his 30-year-old girlfriend after her car crashed into a police cruiser on North Street around 9 p.m., Randolph police said in a statement.

Baez was not in the car at the time of the accident, police said. He was charged with assault and hindering a firefighter, police said.


The woman, who was not identified, was driving her 2007 Mercedes-Benz C280 when it crashed into the rear driver side of an unoccupied police cruiser, police said. The force of the crash pushed the cruiser into the back of a second unoccupied police cruiser.

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The woman was taken to a local hospital, police said. Her condition was not known.

Both cruisers suffered rear-end damage, police said.

Officers were in the area after a report of a disturbance at a house party on North Street, police said. The owner of the home, Manuel Andrade Jr., 37, was arrested after officers responded to the address multiple times due to reports of loud music and noise.

Baez and Andrade men were released on bail and are scheduled to be arraigned in Quincy District Court on Monday, police said.

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