Police Arrest Watertown Man Twice in Two Days

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A man got in trouble with Watertown Police two days in a row last week. 

The suspect, identified as John Kerrigan, 32, first got into hot water on June 11 when a neighbor on Phillips Street caught the Watertown man on a security camera, said Watertown Police Lt. Michael Lawn.

“A woman stated she had ongoing problems with a neighbor and she put up a security camera on her apartment door,” Lawn said. “She came home and found the security camera had been removed and smashed. When she checked the video she observed Kerrigan remove the camera.”

Police located Kerrigan at Dunkin Donuts on Mt. Auburn Street. He was arrested on a charge of malicious destruction of property.

On June 12, police got a call to the same home on Phillips Street at 7:42 a.m. Kerrigan allegedly was yelling at the woman for calling police the previous day, Lawn said.

“A man was outside yelling at her and was challenging her boyfriend to fight,” Lawn said.

Police came and arrested Kerrigan on a charge of intimidating a witness, Lawn said.

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