Cambridge, Massachusetts, Police Officer Charged With Disorderly Conduct

Vicente was allegedly involved in an assault

Officials confirm a Cambridge, Massachusetts, police officer is on unpaid administrative leave after being arrested on a disorderly conduct charge in Revere more than a week ago.

Cambridge police confirm Officer Jonathan Vicente, 25, was arrested by Revere police on July 10 for disorderly conduct outside the Volare Restaurant on Broadway.

Vicente was allegedly involved in an assault where he held the victim as another suspect kicked and punched the victim's face, according to the Revere police report.

When police confronted Vincente, he was reportedly intoxicated and injured.

He was arraigned on one count of disorderly conduct and released the next day.

In a statement, Cambridge police said, "In the interim, Vincente has been placed on unpaid administrative leave from the Cambridge Police department, where he has served as a patrol officer since 2015."

The Cambridge police commissioner said the department was cooperating with Revere police in their investigation, and are taking the allegations seriously.

The victim in the case did identify Vincente as the person holding him down, but so far no charges have been filed. The assault is still under investigation.

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