Plymouth police arrest three following weekend of threats, indecency, and violence against officers

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PLYMOUTH — Plymouth Police Department reported a series of arrests over a tumultuous weekend that included threats of violence, indecent exposure, and assaults on officers.

On Saturday night, officers responded to the crossroads of South Street and Settlers Road after reports of a vehicle without license plates driving recklessly and the driver threatening to “shoot the place up.” Sgt.

Reddington apprehended the suspect, Angel Mauroza, 32, of Plymouth, who was subsequently arrested for multiple offenses including operating a vehicle with a suspended license, threats to commit murder, possession of an open container of alcohol in a vehicle, negligent operation, and driving an uninsured and unregistered vehicle.

The following day, an off-duty sergeant encountered Nicholas Downes, 21, also of Plymouth, standing in the middle of Long Pond Road, exposing himself and making lewd propositions.

Downes was located by officers and taken into custody without shoes, charged with open and gross lewdness and disorderly conduct.

Also on Sunday, police were dispatched to Commerce Way where they found Cameron Izzo, 20, of Plymouth, lying in a travel lane and later taking a combative stance against officers.

Izzo was arrested for disorderly conduct but escalated the situation by kicking Officer Montanari in the knee during apprehension and later urinating on a cell bench at the station.

The incident continued the next morning when Izzo refused to sign court paperwork and attacked Officer Dylan Ralph, resulting in additional charges including two counts of assault and battery on a police officer and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (shod foot).

Despite the violence, both assaulted officers sustained only minor injuries and are expected to recover.

These three arrests were part of a total of 401 calls the department responded to over the weekend.

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