Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions - May 10, 2011

WAREHAM DISTRICT COURT

May 10, 2011

In court May 9, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

SANTOS, Ryan C, 19, 364 Onset Ave., Onset; larceny over $250 in Wareham on March 10. Santos allegedly stole an iPhone left unattended on a bench at the YMCA. Santos was identified from video surveillance footage. Case continued to June 28.

REINHART, Meghan L, 25, 403 Commercial St., Provincetown; operating under the influence, negligent operating of a motor vehicle, marked lane violation on May 8. Reinhart was arrested by state police after allegedly driving off the road on 495 South. Case continued to June 28 for pretrial conference.

FELIX, Christopher, F, 31, 24 Catherine Ct., E. Wareham; and BRASSIL, Therese, arraigned on 3 counts of shoplifting by concealing merchandise, property of Target in Wareham on May 8. Felix faced the enhanced charge of 3rd offense on each count for prior shoplifting convictions. He was held on $5,000 bail. According to the police report, Wareham police were dispatched to the Cranberry Highway Target for a report of two individuals allegedly known to loss prevention staff as having frequented the store on multiple dates dating back to March. According to staff, Felix and Brassil worked as a team, removing security tags from merchandise, concealing the merchandise, and leaving the store. Items include a hair curler, jewelry, a camera, and phones. The case was continued to June 6 for pretrial conference.

MAXIM, George W, 61, 2 Standish Ave., E. Wareham; assault and battery, domestic, on May 7. Case continued to June 13. Maxim was released on his own recognizance.

MCCARTHY, Sean M, 46, 792 Country Way, Scituate; possession of Class B substance (crystal meth) on May 8. According to the police report, Lakeville police, making a routine check of the MBTA parking lot at 3:45 am observed what the officer considered to be a suspicious vehicle parked at the back of the lot. Further observation revealed a single male occupant of the vehicle, identified as Sean McCarthy, acting in a manner the officer described as “furtive”.  A pat down frisk allegedly uncovered a pipe, according to the officer, consistent with the type of pipe used to smoke drugs. A further search of the vehicle revealed a small quantity of methamphetamine (.0085oz) hidden in a pack of cigarettes. The case was continued to June 28 for pretrial conference.

MULVEY, Billy J, 37, last known address 130 Dean Ave, Franklin; arraigned on larceny over $250, from April 12.  Mulvey allegedly walked out of Rent-a-Center in Wareham without paying for a Sony PlayStation 3. Case continued to June 23 for pretrial conference.

DISPOSITIONS

MEDERIOS, George G, 49, 60 Eleventh St., Onset; charges of assault and battery (domestic), witness intimidation, and vandalize property were dismissed without prejudice for failure to prosecute. “Dismissed without prejudice” allows the Commonwealth to bring the charges at a later date if they are able to prosecute at that time. The charges stem from a domestic incident in Wareham on December 11, 2010.

OGLETREE, Mario, 24, 1067 Main St., W.Wareham; Ogletree was originally charged with breaking and entering of a building, daytime, for felony, receiving stolen property, and larceny over $250 by false pretense. Monday in court, the judge accepted Ogletree’s guilty plea on the receiving stolen property charge and dismissed the remaining charges. Ogletree was ordered to pay $1,000 restitution and remain on probation until May 2012. According to the facts admitted, Ogletree stole prescription drugs (Atavan), several pieces of jewelry and a laptop computer on May 17, 2010 from a Main St. Wareham residence.

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