Off-duty Cop's Suspicions Lead to Three Burglary Arrests
A North Reading police sergeant followed and arrested suspects for breaking and entering.
North Reading Police Sgt. Thomas Romeo was off duty when he observed a suspicious vehicle in a Haverhill Street driveway on Friday around 1:30 p.m.
Romeo saw a white male leave the home holding a flat screen TV and another male standing in the driveway. Both men got in a vehicle driven by a woman. Romeo followed the vehicle onto Route 93 south and notified the police station.
The vehicle was then stopped by a Massachusetts state trooper on Route 93 at a construction site. One suspect fled on foot, but was later arrested by Romeo. The other suspects were arrested with the help of North Reading, Wilmington and Massachusetts State Police.
William Wilson, 33, of 3 Lindor Road; Adam Federico, 32, of 3920 Mystic Valley Parkway, in Medford; and Naomi Everett, 38, of 12 Beltran Ave., in Malden, were all charged with breaking and entering during the daytime with intent to commit a felony and conspiracy (to commit breaking and entering during the daytime with intent to commit a felony).
William Wilson was also charged with resisting arrest, his bail was set at $1,040. Adam Federico's bail was set at $540, and Naomi Everett's was set at $290.