Wareham & Plymouth Arraignments and Dispositions for June 9, 2011: Assault with a soda at a sober house


June 9, 2011

In court on June 7, 2011


ROBINSON, George A, 822 Ferry St., Marshfield; Robinson was arraigned on charges of OUI 2nd offense and leaving the scene of property damage in Marshfield on June 4. Robinson was released on his own recognizance to appear on July 27 for pretrial conference.

ADAMS, Vincent F, 28, 15 Andrews Dr., Pembroke; Adams was arraigned on charges of assault and battery and armed robbery from an incident on June 4. Police allege that Adams jumped the victim and held him at knife point in the commission of a robbery. Adams was held without bail pending a dangerousness hearing scheduled for June 13.

BELLEVILLE, Shane W, 27, 24 Rayfield Rd., Marshfield; Belleville was arraigned on charges of assault and battery and malicious destruction of property over $250 from a report of a domestic incident.

STEVENS, Andrew P, 33, 107 Observatory Way, Marshfield; arraigned on charges of OUI, leaving the scene of property damage, defacing property, and negligent operation of a motor vehicle from June 4 in Marshfield. Stevens was released on his own recognizance to appear on July 12 for pretrial conference.


BRADFORD, Gage A, 20, 131 Hayward St., Halifax; from a complaint issued January 7, charges of possession of class D drug and possession of Class D drug with intent to distribute were dismissed by the Commonwealth.

BURTON, Joshua, 30, 13 Lake St., Apt. 2, Kingston; Burton entered a guilty plea on a charge of domestic assault. Sentencing was set for June 29.

CARAHER, Dana, 42, 10 The Village Apartments #9, Marshfield; Caraher was determined not guilty of OUI after a bench trial.

HICKS, Brett M, 21, 20 Unity Circle, Plimpton; Hicks entered a guilty plea on the charge of breaking and entering in a building, daytime, for felony from a complaint issued October 5, 2010. Hicks was sentenced to 8 months house of correction, committed, deemed served. Charges of destruction of property and larceny from a building were dismissed.

DELOSSANTOS, Hector, 29, 96 Mozart St., Apt. #1, Jamaica Plain; from a complaint issued September 20, 2010, charges of conspiracy to violate drug law, drug violation/school zone, and distribution of Class A substance were all dismissed, without prejudice, for failure to prosecute. The charges stem from the arrest of Delossantos by Kingston police.

SHAW, Derek, 34, 157 Federal Furnace Rd., Plymouth; Shaw admitted to sufficient facts, continued without a finding to a charge of making obscene telephone calls. Shaw was placed on probation to June 5, 2012.


June 9, 2011

In court June 8, 2011


GREGORY, Jonathan, 28, 3 Union St., Onset: arraigned on 3 counts of larceny by check and 2 counts of uttering a false check from a complaint issued on June 7. Gregory was released on his own recognizance to appear July 8 for pretrial conference.

MENDONCA, Monica, 26, 18 Barksdale Lane, Acushnet; arraigned on charges of larceny under $250, larceny over $250 and forgery of a document from a complaint issued May 17 in Mattapoisett. Mendonca allegedly forged time sheets to indicate more hours worked. Mendonca provided home care for the victim. The case was continued to July 12 for pretrial conference.

NEE, Matthew W, 34, 330 Main St., Apt. 122, Wareham; Nee was arraigned on charges of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (soda can) from an incident at a sober house on May 17 in Wareham. According to the report, Wareham police were dispatched to 330 Main St. for a report of a past altercation between 2 residents.  Nee allegedly threw a nearly full soda can at the victims head. The case was continued to July 14 for pretrial conference.

NIGHTINGALE, Peter F, 43, 9 Fifth Ave., Apt B2, Taunton; on the sole charge of assault and battery on a person over 60, disabled, with injury, Nightingale received probation to June 4, 2014. The charge stems from a domestic incident in September 2010.

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