Wareham District Court arraignments & dispositions, May 6, 2011: B&E and pills, pills, pills


May 6, 2011

In court May 5, 2011


ZINE, Thomas Jr, 45, 89 Grove St., Middleboro; sufficient facts found, continued without a finding, probation until November 2012.  Zine had been arrested and charged with possession of Class B substance (Percocet) in March on Main St. in Wareham.

FITZPATRICK, Michael T, 44, 12 White Pine Rd., Wareham; found guilty and placed on probation until May 2012 on multiple drug charges from April in Wareham. Fitzpatrick’s vehicle was initially pulled over on Cranberry Highway for a loud exhaust system.  The stop escalated to a drug bust when, during a pat down search Fitzpatrick was found to be in possession of heroin, Klonopin, Suboxone, and Oxycodone. He was charged with 3 counts of possession with intent to distribute class B substance and 1 count of possession with intent to distribute class A substance.

CRIPPS, Timothy, 18, 300 Cherry St., Middleboro; Cripps and co-defendant MARTIN, Brandon, 19, 288 Cherry St. admitted to sufficient facts to warrant a guilty finding on 4 counts breaking and entering vehicle/boat, nighttime, for felony in connection with numerous thefts from automobiles on Marion Rd. and Harper Lane in Middleboro in September 2010. Both men were placed on probation until May 2013.

FERNANDES, Deena K, 25, 13 Archer Ct., Middleboro; plead guilty to charges of possession with intent to distribute Class B substance (Percocet) and possession of Suboxone and was placed on probation until May 2013. The initial arrest was the result of a search warrant executed on the Archer Ct. residence.

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