Wareham District Court arraignments & dispositions, June 6, 2011: Trying to out run a Statie


June 7, 2011

In court June 6, 2011


WALKER, Kevin, 30, 12 Hobson Ave., Wilmington;  Walker was held on $10,000 cash bail on charges of assault and battery, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and resisting arrest stemming from a vehicle stop conducted by State Police on June 4 on Rt. 44 in Middleboro. According to the police report, Walker was the passenger in the vehicle stopped for speeding.  A subsequent warrant check revealed that Walker had an active default warrant out of Suffolk Superior Court for assault and battery on a correctional officer. When confronted with arrest on the warrant, Walker allegedly ran off with the trooper in hot pursuit.  After a struggle, Walker was taken into custody.

YODER, Matthew, 28, 2 Depot St., Apt. 2, E. Wareham; arraigned on charges of assault by means of a dangerous weapon, knife, stemming from a domestic disturbance in Wareham on June 5. Bail was set at $1,500 for Yoder’s appearance on June 30.

LANOUE, Deborah A, 50, 128 Gatehouse Dr., E. Wareham; arraigned on charges of OUI / drugs, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, marked lanes violation and speeding on June 2nd .  According to the police report, State Police responding to numerous calls of an erratically operating vehicle observed the vehicle traveling in excess of 85 mph on Rt. 495 northbound. When stopped, Lanoue allegedly claimed to have taken some kind of sleep or pain medication. Lanoue was released on her own recognizance to appear on July 18 for pretrial conference.

GRAHAM, Scott, 53, 43 Circuit Ave., Wareham; arraigned on charges of OUI 4th offense, suspended license, suspended registration, uninsured motor vehicle, and marked lanes violation. The case was continued to July 17 for pretrial conference.


BLUNT, Nicole, 18, 97 Purchase St., Middleboro; admitted to sufficient facts, continued without a finding to September 2 on the charge of possession of a counterfeit note, a $20 dollar bill, in Wareham on February 25. Blunt was identified from video surveillance footage passing the bill.

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