Natick Police: Holliston Woman Arrested During Foiled Home Break-in

A Holliston woman was arrested by Natick police on Monday and charged with breaking and entering.

Police arrested a Natick man and a Holliston woman Saturday in connection with an attempted break-in to a Woodland Street home.

The following information was posted on the  Facebook page:

At 1:30 this afternoon a suspect was interrupted by a homeowner just after forcing a window at a home on Woodland Street. A description of the suspect and vehicle was provided to units as they responded. Detective Rick Halloran was working a paid detail downtown and the description caused him to suggest a residence for responders to check. 

Officers Kelley, Hall, Murphy, Mabardy and Sgt. Thompson were directed to the area. With support from Dispatchers Tosi and Rourke the end result was two individuals involved breaking into the home being positively identified by the victim. They were subsequently arrested. 

Marco A. Palaza, 28, of 89 Union St., Natick and Gina R. Stucchi, 32, of 107 Concord St., Holliston are presently facing breaking and entering as well as conspiracy charges from the event.

Meg Gilbert May 01, 2012 at 06:54 PM
This is her 6th charge in a year, what is it going to take for someone to put this woman and jail and take her child(ren) away...absolutely ridiculous! What does she have to do? Kill someone?


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