Two Brockton men were arrested by Easton Police Monday night after they allegedly stole metals from the property that used to house the Carriage House Restaurant.
Rafael Rivera Herrera, 39, of Brockton and Juan Carlos Quinones, 38 of Brockton were charged with larceny over $250.
Easton Police first received notice from a member of T&M Realty at 7:05 p.m., who informed police that he could hear parties loading up metals from behind the burned down property. A short time later, the arrests were made.
Bail was set at $300 plus a $40 fee for Quinones and $500 plus a $40 fee for Rivera.
The former Carriage House Restaurant was the target of an arsonist last fall.
Stove Fire on Pinebrook Lane
Easton emergency officials responded to Pinebrook Lane Friday just before midnight for calls regarding an activated fire alarm in the condo units. Both callers reported smoke showing.
Easton Fire officials responded to the scene to report that the stove was burning.
Accident Leads to Drunk Driving Arrest
One person was arrested on the corner of Main Street and Washington Street after an accident led to a OUI arrest.
Susana Camacho of Brockton was arrested after police responded to the one-car accident at 12:45 a.m. Friday.
Easton Fire Officials responded with speedy-dry for transmission fluid in the road.
Bail was set at $140.
One Arrested For Outstanding Warrant
Police pulled over one person on the corner of Tara Court and Turnpike Street, which led to a warrant arrest.
Samantha Cole of 182 North Bear Hill Road, Chaplin Conn. was arrested at approximately 1:44 a.m. Thursday. Her bail was set at $40.