FRAMINGHAM – Police officers arrested a Natick man twice within two hours on Wednesday morning, April 8.
Sean Lavin, 25, of 14 Pearl Street of Natick was arrested at 7;35 a.m. by officers at 33 Dinsmore Avenue.
He was charged with breaking & entering of a motor vehicle, larceny under $1,200 and malicious destruction of property under $1,200.
Police believed he was breaking into cars in the Dinsmore neighborhood.
With the COVID-19 crisis, he was arraigned and bailed over the phone.
He was released on no bail.
But officers had to physically remove him from the station, said Framingham Police Lt. Patricia Grigas.
He then came to the side entrance of the station, between the station and the Memorial Building and was yelling and banging on the door that he wanted his money and his vaping pens, explained Lt. Grigas.
He refused to leave, said Lt. Grigas.
So at 9 a.m., Lavin was arrested again, at the station on charges of disorderly arrest, disturbing the please, and resisting arrest.
Framingham Police booking photo