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By Brad Spiegel/Daily News staff
Posted Nov 07, 2008 @ 12:21 AM

Man charged with trespassing
WALTHAM - A Waltham teen was arrested Wednesday afternoon at 1:31 after police said he broke in to the same gas station twice.
Brian LaRosa, 17, of 285 River Sr., was charged with two counts breaking and entering in the daytime with the intent to commit a felony, trespassing and larceny over $250, police said.
Police responded to Petro Plus gas station, 131 Willow St., for a report of a breaking and entering in progress. Police said a storage garage next to the gas station had its door partially open when a witness saw someone slide under.
Management at the store told police that six cartons of cigarettes were stolen on Saturday.
Police said the cigarettes were recovered from LaRosa's home.

Teen arrested for hitting man with skateboard
WALTHAM - A 15-year-old Waltham boy was arrested Wednesday after police said the teenager hit a 51-year-old man in the head with his skateboard two days earlier.
Police said the victim was walking on Lowell Street, near Myrtle Street, when he was hit in the back of the head with a skateboard. Residents nearby told police that the noise was so loud they thought someone had hit a car with the skateboard. Police said the teeanger did not take anything from the victim.
The victim, who was taken to Newton-Wellesley Hospital and later released, suffered a cut to the back of the head requiring 12 staples, and a black eye and bump on the head when he fell to the ground.
The 15-year-old was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. He was taken from Waltham High School on Wednesday and placed in the custody of the Department of Youth Services until his court date today.
Another 15-year-old from Waltham who was also there during the attack, will be summonsed to Waltham District Court as an accessory to assault and battery with a dangerous weapon when he hid the skateboard at his house, police said.

Man charged with defacing property
NEWTON - A Newton man who smashed a bathroom at the West Street Tavern, 7 West St., at closing time was arrested Wednesday at 12:54 a.m., police said.
Eric Kent, 25, of 124 Eliot St., was charged with defacing property.
An employee said Kent paid his bill and went to the restroom. The employee then heard a smashing sound and when he went to the bathroom he saw a broken window. When the employee looked out the front door said he saw Kent running toward Chapel Street, police said.
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