Wareham & Plymouth Arraignments and Dispositions for June 8, 2011: Doing bad things with cars


June 7, 2011

In court on June 6, 2011


SPANO, Michael, 19, 7 Russell Holmes Way, Carver; from a complaint issued on May 4, Spano was arraigned  on at least 5 counts of receiving stolen property and 1 count of larceny over $250 in connection with stolen jewelry recovered from EZ Sell Gold and Diamonds and Cash for Gold located at the Independence Mall in Kingston. Police allege that receipts for the jewelry were found to be in Spano’s name.

ATTARDI, Phillip L, 42, 5 Ford St., Scituate; Attardi was arraigned on a charge of larceny over $250 by false pretense from a complaint issued on May 19. The case was continued to June 30 for pre-trial conference. No other details are available.


June 7, 2011

In court today


FENTON, David, 28, 5 Quaker Rd., E. Wareham; Fenton was arraigned on charges of leaving the scene after property damage and negligent operation of a motor vehicle on April 18 in Wareham. According to the police report, officers were dispatched to the area of 3 Baker Rd. regarding a hit and run/ road rage incident. Police allege Fenton tried to run the victim off the road. The case was continued to August 8 for pretrial conference.

ELDRIDGE, Kimberly A, 41, 13 Coombs St., Middleboro; Eldridge was arraigned on charges of assault and battery and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (motor vehicle) stemming from a domestic incident. Police allege that Eldridge pulled the victim’s hair and hit her head off the side of a vehicle. Eldridge was released on her own recognizance to appear on July 14 for pre-trial conference.

BACHNER, Thomas, 31, 6 Park St., Middleboro; from a complaint issued May 16, Bachner was arraigned on charges including OUI, 2nd offense, negligent operation of a motor vehicle and marked lane violations. According to the police report, State Police responding to the scene of a crash found Bachner’s vehicle resting on its side in the road. Bachner had to be removed by fire department personnel and taken to the hospital. An investigation of the scene indicated that Bachner’s vehicle had gone airborne prior to landing on its side. After a police interview conducted at the hospital, authorities determined that “based on Bachner’s personal appearance, admission to consuming alcohol and the serious nature of the crash, the Trooper formed the opinion that Bachner was operating under the influence”. The case was continued to July 15 for pretrial conference.


SLAVIN, Nicholas A, 29, 199 Bayview Ave., Berkley Ma. from a complaint issued April 16, Slavin entered a guilty plea on 3 counts of credit card fraud and 1 count of larceny over $250 by single scheme. Slavin received 1 year house of correction, 60 days to serve, balance suspended with probation to June 4, 2013. Additionally, Slavin was ordered to pay $2,360 in restitution and court costs.

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