Wareham District Court Arraignments & Dispositions, May 18-20, 2011: Shoplifting, larceny and leaving the scene

WAREHAM DISTRICT COURT

In court May 20, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

PERRY, Robert K, 29, 7 Derry Park Dr., Apt. 706, Middleboro; arraigned in charges of leaving the scene after property damage, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, and unregistered uninsured motor vehicle on April 13 in Middleboro. Case continued to July 7 for pretrial conference. According to the police report,  at 2:30am on April 13 Middleboro police were dispatched to the Rt.44 rotary for a report of a hit and run accident where the suspect allegedly sped off at a high rate of speed after crashing into another vehicle. The victim of the crash was able to get a partial plate number, a description of the motor vehicle and a description of the offending operator.  Perry was arrested after a brief investigation and search of the area.

CIECHESE, Lisa, 45, 410 Plymouth St., Bridgewater; arraigned on charges of leaving the scene after property damage, released on her own recognizance to await pretrial conference on June 24. According to the police report, State police responded to a motor vehicle crash on Rt. 495 on April 15. The victim of the crash reported that he was able to get the license plate number of the vehicle that had sideswiped his truck and fled the scene. The vehicle was discovered several hours later, with damage consistent with the reported accident abandoned on Rt. 18 in Bridgewater. Ciechese allegedly called the state police barracks the following day and admitted her role in the accident.

SCRIMA, Danielle M, 35, 56 Pleasant St., Norwood; arraigned on charges of larceny over $250 , property of Best Buy. Scrima was habed in from MCI Framingham for her appearance to answer the charge. The case was disposed of today with Scrima receiving 1 year house of correction, 5 months to serve, balance suspended with probation to May 13, 2013, restitution of $2,399 to Best Buy.  According to the police report, Wareham police were dispatched to Best Buy for a reported shoplifter who left the store with 8 iPOD Touchs valued at $299 each. Video surveillance footage showed the suspect concealing the merchandise at the register and exiting the store. Further investigation of the surveillance footage of the parking lot revealed that the suspect had an accomplice. Photos of the suspects taken from the surveillance footage were posted on the website MA MOST WANTED, resulting in the identification of the suspects from numerous calls from loss prevention officers from Walmart, Stop and Shop and BJ’s Wholesale Club. Scrima’s alleged accomplice, Eric Caldwell, 40, of 44 Decartois St., Tewksbury, was arraigned on charges stemming from the Best Buy theft. Caldwell remains free on personal recognizance to await pretrial conference on June 30.

DISPOSITIONS

MALONE, Derek B, 20, 5 Cranberry Knoll, Plympton, and co-defendant TOWNSEND, Patrick, 20, 10 Harvest View, Carver had numerous drug charges disposed of from their arrest on February 21 in Middleboro. Malone had charges of possession with intent to distribute Class D substance, marijuana, possession of Class B substance, suboxone, conspiracy to violate drug laws and possession of Class C, klonotin all dismissed upon request of the Commonwealth. Malone admitted to sufficient facts, continued without a finding to May 18, 2012 on the single count of possession of Class B substance, Percocet. Townsend’s charge of conspiracy to violate drug laws and possession of class B substance were dismissed upon request of the Commonwealth. He admitted to sufficient facts to an additional charge of possession of class B substance, possession of class D, marijuana, with intent to distribute and possession of Class C, klonopin. The Judge ordered the forfeiture of $525 seized at the time of arrest, probation with drug testing to May 18, 2012. The incident and arrest stem from a motor vehicle stop and search on February 21 where the officer found probable cause to search the vehicle due to the strong odor of marijuana.

MORRILL, James, 48, 119 Sproat St., Middleboro; from a complaint issued March 4, Morrill entered a guilty plea to a charge of OUI 2nd offense from a motor vehicle stop by Middleboro police. Morrill received a sentence of 90 days house of correction, suspended with probation to May 17, 2013, 14 day inpatient program and over $350 in assessments.

In court May 19, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

TRAVERS, Heidi M,37, 211 Onset Ave, Apt. 3, Onset; arraigned Thursday and dismissed Thursday, formal complaint issued on May 2, 2 counts possession Class C drug (clonazepam and lorazepam) dismissed upon request of the Commonwealth.

DISPOSITIONS

WILLETTE, Sandra M, 30, 72 Plain St., Taunton; admitted to sufficient facts, continued without a finding to May 17, 2012, OUI, 45 day loss of license, negligent operation of a motor vehicle on February 25, 2010 on Rt. 44 in Middleboro.

SHARP, Joseph, 28, 172 High St., Carver; entered a plea of guilty and was sentenced to 18 months house of correction, 6 months to serve on the charge of assault and battery (domestic), guilty pleas on 3 counts of violation of protective order, and admitted to sufficient facts, continued without a finding with probation to May 2013 on charges of witness intimidation and destruction of property.

In court May 18, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

HENRY, James L, 46, 15 Candlelight Dr., Plymouth; from a complaint issued April 12, Henry was held on $5,000 bail on charges of unarmed robbery and conspiracy stemming from the robbery of Eagle Gas in Carver that netted $1,400. Case continued to June 24 for pretrial conference.

BRADY, Paul, 23, 232 W. Grove St., Middleboro; from a complaint issued April 29, Brady was arraigned on charges of receiving stolen credit card and improper use of a credit card under $250 in Middleboro on March 18. According to the police report, a “walk in” to the police station reported the larceny of his wallet from a bowling alley in Raynham. Apparently, according to the victim, the wallet was left unattended on the scoring table. Further investigation of video surveillance footage captured Brady allegedly attempting to purchase phone minutes with several of the victim’s cards. Brady was released on his own recognizance to await a June 9 pretrial conference.

DISPOSITIONS

STAIRS, Wayne A, 58, 5 Derry Park Drive, Apt. 1, Middleboro; from a complaint issued April 25 in Middleboro, Stairs admitted to sufficient facts, continued without a finding to August 16 on the charge of leaving the scene after property damage stemming from an auto accident.

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