Nearly half of UMass Amherst Super Bowl riot arrests were NoBo residents
AMHERST – Of the 14 people arrested at UMass Amherst during clash with police following the Patriots’ Super Bowl loss, six were residents of the NoBo region, including students from Cambridge, Malden, Stoneham, North Reading, and Peabody.
According to the police log released by the UMass Police, students were charged with charges ranging from disorderly conduct to inciting riot. The UMass Amherst Dean of Students has not announced, but will determine whether they will be suspended or expelled from the University, a spokesman has said.
The following students were listed with the following charges after being arrested outside of the Southwest residential complex:
- Nicholas L. McGrath, 20; 8 Laurel Road, North Reading, was charged with disorderly conduct and inciting riot
- James C. Maheras, 21, 7 Hathaway Ave., Peabody, was charged with disorderly conduct, failure to disperse from riot, resisting a police officer making a lawful arrest and mistreating or interfering with a police horse or dog.
- Michael J. Guarino, 19, 3 Mary Rose Way, Peabody, was charged with failure to disperse from a riot
- Victoria F. Preston, 19, 334 Highland Ave., Malden, was charged with disorderly conduct, and failure to disperse from riot
- Robert J. Callahan, 20, of 10 Bow St. Court, Stoneham, was charged with disorderly conduct and failure to disperse from riot
- Ciaran S. Fitzpatrick, 18, of 17 Fair Oak, Cambridge, Apt. 17, was charged with failure to disperse from riot and disorderly conduct