Five Arrested At Army Labs
Five New York men were arrested just after 02:00 p.m. on Monday after allegedly trying to gain entrance to the Natick Army Labs with forged identification, according to Natick Police. Police also identified what seemed to be stolen electronics and forged credit cards in the vehicle.
Jeriel Delosangeles, 22, of 131 W. Cambridge Road, Apt. D5, Bronx, NY was charged with receiving stolen property over $250 and conspiracy. The four other men received the same, with additional charges.
Bryand Raposo, 20, of 12 Clifford Place, Apt. 1, Bronx, NY; Daylin Santos-Vargas, 22, of 190 Third Street, Decatur Avenue, Apt. 4, Bronx, NY; Dalmonte Dawill, 19, 1421 University Avenue, Apt. 5B, Bronx, NY, were also charged with forgery/misuse of an RMV document and forgery or uttering a forged credit card.
Michel Montero de la Cruz, 23, of 520 W. 144th Street, Apt. 31, New York, NY was charged with conspiracy, receiving stolen property over $250 and forgery or uttering a forged credit card, according to police.
The vehicle used in the incident was reportedly towed to the Natick Police garage.