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By Norman Miller/Daily News staff
MetroWest Daily News
Posted Nov 19, 2008 @ 01:09 AM

FRAMINGHAM -

Four Framingham teens, including one who led police on a 15-minute foot chase, were arrested yesterday after police said they stole a car.
Paul Silveria, 17, Daniel R. Gonzalez, 18, and two minors were arrested around 11:30 a.m. after Officer Robert Lewis recognized the stolen car and stopped it on Claflin Street, Deputy Police Chief Ken Ferguson said.
Gonzalez and the two minors remained in the car, while the driver, Silveria, jumped from the car and ran, the deputy chief said.
Several officers chased Silveria as he jumped over fences and ran through backyards, before breaking into a shed to hide. He was arrested by Officer Tim O'Toole, who found Silveria hiding on the shed's roof on Cherry Street, Ferguson said.
Silveria, whose address was not known, was charged with larceny of a vehicle, receiving a stolen vehicle, driving negligently as to endanger, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute, breaking and entering, possession of narcotics within a school zone, conspiracy to violate the state's controlled substances laws and driving without a license.
Silveria also had a Framingham District Court warrant charging him with resisting arrest. That charge comes from a Nov. 4 arrest when police served him a warrant and he fought with them, police said.
He also had a New Bedford Juvenile Court warrant charging him with disturbing the peace.
Gonzalez, of 4 Jodie Road, and one of the minors were charged with larceny of a vehicle and receiving a stolen vehicle.
The other minor was charged with larceny of a vehicle, receiving a stolen vehicle, possession of marijuana with the intent to sell and conspiracy to violate the state's controlled substances laws.
Ferguson said they stole the car around 9:15 a.m. from 126 Beaver St. The car was unattended and left running.
"About 60 percent of cars stolen during the winter are those that are left unattended with the keys in them," Ferguson said. "It's a violation of the law."
Officers who see unattended running vehicles may issue the owner a ticket, he said.

http://www.metrowestdailynews.com/news/x1720480141/Framingham-Police-chase-down-car-theft-suspect
 
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