Man calls cops, gets arrested

WESTFIELD – A Cross Street resident found himself under arrest Saturday evening after he called police to complain of an unwanted guest.
An emergency dispatcher reports that at 8:34 p.m. a belligerent and uncooperative caller said “You need to get cops here and get this (pejorative epithet) out of my house now! She’s (obscene verb) my (scatological noun) up. Stop asking questions and just get the (obscene verb) cops here now!”
Officer Gary Hagar arrived moments before Officer Matthew Schultze and reports that the caller’s girlfriend said that she had gone to the home of her boyfriend, later identified as Scott J. Consolini, 26, of 16 Cross St., because he had not answered his telephone and she became concerned about him.
The woman said that, when she arrived at the man’s home, an argument developed which devolved into a physical altercation.
Hagar reports the woman said that “her boyfriend of the past four years and the father of her unborn child assaulted her.”
She told Hagar that Consolini “hit her in the head with a closed fist, grabbed her hair, choked her, pulled on her clothing and squeezed her left breast extremely hard.”
Hagar reports that he observed scratches and other signs of minor injuries about the woman.
City paramedics were summoned to the police station to assess the woman’s condition but she was not transported to hospital for treatment.
Hagar also spoke with Consolini who, he reports, “acknowledged that he knew his girlfriend was pregnant” but denied any physical contact.
Consolini was arrested for assault and battery on a pregnant female in a domestic relationship and for indecent assault and battery on a person 14 years-of-age or older.
Consolini was released for police custody on $100 cash bail Saturday evening and he was arraigned Monday before Judge Philip A. Contant.
Consolini had been arraigned on charges including assault and battery on the same victim in January, 2013, and had been released on his personal recognizance but that recognizance was revoked on Monday.
He was arraigned on charges of aggravated assault and battery and indecent assault and battery and also held on $150 cash bail for the new charges.

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