Plymouth and Wareham District Court Arraignments & Dispositions, May 24, 2011: assault with a dangerous weapon (urine), coyote hunting

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PLYMOUTH DISTRICT COURT

May 24, 2011

In court May 20, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

WHITE, Matthew T, 20, 41 School St., Apt. 2, Pembroke; arraigned on charges of breaking and entering daytime for felony, larceny over $250, disabled person over 60. White was held on $2,500 cash bail for his pretrial conference appearance. According to the police report, Pembroke police responded to a call stating that the victim of a past breaking and entering had located some of her stolen jewelry at a pawn shop located in the Kingston Mall. The pawn shop alleged, according to their records, that the identity of the person selling the goods was Matthew White.

SAUNDERS, Michael J, 29, 21 Smiths Lane, Kingston; arraigned on charges of larceny of a building and breaking and entering of a building, daytime, for felony. According to the police report, Plymouth police were dispatched to a reported past breaking and entering at 8 James Lane where the thief had apparently entered through a sliding basement window and took off with several pieces of jewelry.  The stolen property was later located at a cash for gold kiosk at the Independence Mall.  Saunders was identified from a fingerprint left at the scene of the theft as well as identification from the cash for gold kiosk. Case continued for pretrial conference.

DAVENPORT, Russell T, 50, 11 Water St., Pembroke; from a complaint issued April 21, Davenport was arraigned on charges of carrying a firearm on school property, hunting/fishing without a license, and violation of firearm license restriction. He was ordered to turn over all firearms within 48 hours. According to the report, Pembroke police were dispatched to Learning Lane for a report of a man in full camouflage carrying a rifle. When approached by authorities, Davenport allegedly claimed he was out hunting coyotes.  Davenport was released on his own recognizance to appear on June 22 for pretrial conference.

DISPOSITIONS

MERRITT, Riane N. 22, 63 School St., Apt. 2, Hanover; from a complaint issued February 2009, Merritt entered a guilty plea and received 1 year house of correction committed, to be served concurrently with a sentence she is serving at MCI Framingham, on the single charge of larceny over $250. The charge stemmed from  the theft of a diamond necklace and diamond ring valued at $5,000 in Marshfield.

SINAWSKI, Mark C, 49, 8 Plymouth Ave, Duxbury; from a complaint issued on October 27, 2010, charges of aggravated assault and battery, assault and battery by means of a dangerous weapon and attempted murder were dismissed upon request of the Commonwealth for failure to prosecute. On the charge of threatening to commit a crime Sinawski entered a plea of guilty and was sentenced to 129 days house of correction, committed, deemed served. All charges stem from a domestic incident in Duxbury.

WAREHAM DISTRICT COURT

May 24, 2011

In court May 23, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

MARTIN, Ryan C, 28, 926 Main St., Yarmouth; from a complaint issued May 22, Martin was arraigned on charges of assault and battery, resisting arrest, reckless endangerment of a child and witness intimidation.  Bail was set at $1,000 cash. According to the police report, a Wareham officer was dispatched to the area of the Silver Lake Motel on a report of a possible domestic incident taking place in a vehicle. Martin allegedly hit the victim in the face, and refused to be taken into custody. The officer was forced to employ his taser to subdue Martin and take him into custody.

PINK, Jessica, 26, 53 Forest St., Carver; from a complaint issued May 23, Pink was arraigned on charges of assault and battery, domestic. Carver police were dispatched to the Forest St. address on a 911 hang-up.  According to the victim, Pink allegedly fled the scene after striking him in the face. She later contacted the police station and turned herself in. Pretrial conference is set for June 21. Pink was released on her own recognizance.

MULHERN, Michael, 42, 91 Kimball Rd., Dedham; arraigned on OUI, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, open container and marked lane violation. Mulhern was released on his own recognizance to appear on July 13 for pretrial conference. According to the police report, a Marion police officer noticed a vehicle traveling 25 mph in a 50 zone on Mill St. As the officer neared the vehicle, it became apparent that the vehicle was being operated with more than one flat tire. As the officer approached from the opposite direction, Martin’s vehicle allegedly crossed over the double solid yellow lines into the officer’s path.  A vehicle stop resulted in Mulhern’s arrest for operating under the influence of liquor.

TILLEY, Christopher A, 22, 9 Naushon Road, W.Wareham; from a complaint issued May 20, Tilley was held on the charge of fugitive from justice on a court warrant. Tilley was pulled over on Cranberry Highway for speeding. A warrant check indicated Tilley is wanted in Missouri on unspecified charges.

PYE, William J, 48, 9 Marion Rd., Mattapoisett; arraigned on charges of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, (to wit, urine) from an incident on May 20. According to the police report, a Wareham officer was dispatched to the Tobey Hospital ER for a report of a patient causing a disturbance. Upon arrival they learned that a patient was intoxicated and allegedly threw a large jug full of urine at hospital staff. According to staff, Pye came in complaining of dental pain and became upset when, due to his level of intoxication, he was refused the medication he wanted. Pye was taken into custody without incident and transported to the station.

DISPOSITIONS

NUNES, Ellesse R, 22, 109 Russells Mills, South Dartmouth; from a complaint issued March 6, Nunes admitted to sufficient facts, continued without a finding to May 2012 on charges of OUI, leaving the scene of property damage, and negligent operation of a motor vehicle . Restitution to be determined as well as 45 day loss of license. According to the report, Mattapoisett police were dispatched to 53 County Rd., for a report of a hit and run accident involving a building. Upon arrival at the scene, police observed heavy damage to the building as well as numerous vehicle parts on the sidewalk and in the parking lot. The police followed a trail of oil from the scene of the crash to an address where a vehicle, with damage consistent with the crash, was discovered. Nunes was taken into custody.

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