Wareham Arraignments and Dispositions - May 3, 2011

WAREHAM DISTRICT COURT

May 4, 2011

In court May 3, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

BADER, Jonathan P, 23, 14 James Circle, Mashpee: arraigned on multiple charges including assault and battery w/ dangerous weapon (samurai sword), assault w/ dangerous weapon (knife), threatening to commit a crime, disorderly conduct, assault, and animal cruelty upon a domestic turtle stemming from a domestic incident on Jeffries Lane on April 30. Case was continued to June 15.  Bader was released on $1,000 cash bail.

OSTROWSKI, John M, 48, homeless; assault with a dangerous weapon (knife) on April 30 in an alley of off Thatcher’s Row in Middleboro.  According to the police report, Ostrowski threatened to cut another individual with a small knife.  Case was continued to May 20.  Ostrowski was remanded to the Plymouth County House of Correction on $1,000 cash bail.

ERICKSON, Joel, 50, 295 Plymouth St., Middleboro; violation of abuse prevention order.  Case continued to May 19. Erickson was held on $350 cash bail.

CHARLAND, Paul M, 24, no address available; arraigned on charges including breaking and entering of a building for felony, larceny under $250, possession of class E substance(xanex), possession of a burglarious instrument. According to the police report, Marion police responded to the area of 215 Wareham Rd. for a breaking and entering that had just occurred.  The victims allegedly identified the perpetrator as Paul Charland.  Charland was held on $1,000 cash bail to await a May 18 pretrial hearing.

KOEPPEL, Ryland U, 21, 74 Burgess Ave., Rochester; OUI, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, possession of an open container in a vehicle on April 30 in Marion.  Continued to June 17 for pretrial conference.

DISPOSITIONS

MURPHY, Candice D, 749 Head of the Bay Rd.; admitted to sufficient fact to warrant a finding of guilt, OUI, from February 16, 2010 in Wareham.

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