Wareham & Plymouth Arraignments and Dispositions for June 16, 2011: Stealing tools, heroin in her purse

PLYMOUTH DISTRICT COURT

June 15, 2011

In court on June 14, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

CRONIN, Michael G, 76 Glover Ave., Quincy, and COBB, Jennifer C., 34, 456 Mattakeesett St., Apt. 4, Pembroke; arraigned on charges of possession of class A drug, heroin, and shoplifting over $100 by asportation. Both were released on their own recognizance to appear on June 29 for pre-trial conference.

According to the police report, Plymouth police were dispatched to Home Depot on a report that a vehicle with several male and 1 female occupant had fled Home Depot after shoplifting a large quantity of tools. The vehicle was spotted and pulled over on Rt. 3 South and exit 6. Police discovered over $800 worth of tools allegedly stolen from Home Depot in plain view on the floor of the vehicle.

DISPOSITIONS

QUILL, Edward W, 77, 46 Fairwood Dr., Pembroke; from an arrest on November 15, 2010, Quill was found not guilty after a jury trial on a charge of OUI. The police report indicated that Quill had driven his Cadillac through the back wall of a garage into the woods.

DUNN, James R, 37, 6 Borque Dr., Plymouth; from an arrest on May 1st, Dunn admitted to sufficient facts to the charge of OUI. The case was continued without a finding with probation for 1 year, 45 day loss of license.

ALFIERI, Richard L, Jr., 31, 4 Chapel Hill Dr., Apt. 7, Plymouth;  from a complaint issued November 22, 2010, the court dismissed 2 counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, a knife, at the request of the Commonwealth. According to the police report, Alfieri and another man were involved in an altercation outside of Club Guru on Main Street in Plymouth. The victim was stabbed in the arm while attempting to intervene.

BURRILL, Roy E, 25, 161 Winter St., Apt. 20, Hanson; from an arrest on February 25, charges of domestic assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, shod foot, were dismissed, without prejudice, for failure to prosecute.

In court on June 13, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

HANDROFF, Christopher J,32, 681 State Rd., Plymouth; Handroff was arraigned on charges of OUI and speeding in Plymouth on June 13. He was released on his own recognizance to appear on August 18 for pre-trial conference.

SHANAHAN, Carrie E, 43, 24 Russell St., E. Falmouth; Shanahan was arraigned on charges of OUI and marked lane violation from her arrest on June 12 by Plymouth police. Pretrial conference was set for July 12.

LYNCH, Joseph P, 50, 17 Farnham Dr., Plymouth; arraigned on the charge of assault and battery, domestic form his June 10 arrest. Lynch was released on his own recognizance to appear on July 21 for pre-trial conference.

FERNANDEZ, Alicia L, 25, 46 Summer St., Kingston; arraigned on charges of conspiracy and larceny over $250 from the alleged theft of automobile parts on May 22nd in Plymouth. Bail was set at $1000 for her appearance on June 29 for pre-trial conference.

MARTINEZ, Wellington, 29, 6 St. Casmir St., Boston; Martinez was habed in from MCI Cedar Junction to face charges of conspiracy to violate drug laws and two counts off distribution of class A drug subsequent offense.

According to the police report, the conspiracy charge stems from a negotiation between Martinez and an undercover narcotics officer for the purchase of 100 grams of heroin on May 28, 2009, while the two counts of distribution stem from hand to hand sales of the drug to an undercover officer around the same time period. The case was continued to July 11.

PRICE, Brian C, 17, 123 Tea Ticket Lane, Marshfield; from a complaint issued June 10 in Marshfield, Price was arraigned on charges of breaking and entering vehicle/boat, at night for felony and possession of a burglarious instrument. According to the police report, Price allegedly broke into a truck parked in a Calypso Lane driveway. Police responding to the call arrived too late to catch Price in the act, but a police canine tracked the perpetrator to a neighbor’s yard.  Price was arrested at the scene. The case was continued to July 14 for pre-trial conference.

HALKETT, Stephanie A, 23, 113 Sycamore Dr., Westwood; from her arrest on June 10, Halkett was arraigned on charges of OUI and marked lane violation on Ocean St., in Marshfield. Police responding to a report of a motor vehicle operating erratically alleged they observed Halkett’s vehicle swerve numerous times before pulling her over and making the arrest. The case was continued to July 14 for pretrial conference.

CONNOLLY, Mary, 50, 17 Lincoln Rd., Plymouth; arraigned on charges stemming from her arrest on June 9 for OUI and marked lane violation. Connolly was released on her own recognizance to appear on July 14 for pretrial conference.

MAVERICK, Peter, 46, 700 Forest St., Marshfield; Maverick was held on $2,500 cash bail on charges of domestic assault, resisting arrest, assault and battery on a police officer, witness intimidation and threatening to commit a crime in Marshfield on May 27. The case was continued to July 11 for pretrial conference.

THOMPSON, Lauren, 23, 1 Craddock Rd., Green Harbor; arraigned on charges of shoplifting by asportation, possession of heroin, possession of Class B drug and possession of Class C drug. According to the police report Pembroke police on June 12 were dispatched to Kohl’s for a report of shoplifting. Thompson had been detained by loss prevention personnel who had allegedly observed Thompson on video surveillance monitor put a watch on her wrist and exit the store without paying. Incident to her arrest, police conducting an inventory search of her purse discovered the drugs Adderal and Xanex as well as a hypodermic fully loaded with a brown liquid consistent with heroin.

DISPOSITIONS

GARSIDE, Michael, 38, 256 Ocean St., Marshfield; from a complaint issued on March 15, 5 counts of distribution of Class B drug and 3 counts of conspiracy to violate drug laws were dismissed by the court for failure to prosecute.

DEVEREAUX, Steven M, 246 Standish Ave., Plymouth; from a complaint issued July 9, 2010, charges of defacing a firearm serial number, possession of chemical mace without FID card and 2 counts of possession of a firearm without FID card were dismissed on a defense Motion to Suppress Evidence.

MAZZILLI, Jonathan, 25, 57 Liberty St., Plymouth; from a complaint issued April 5, charges of possession of Class C and D drugs were continued without a finding with probation to June 8, 2012. The charge of possession of over an ounce of marijuana was dismissed.

WAREHAM DISTRICT COURT

June 16, 2011

In court June 15, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

THOMAS, Alfred A, 41, 241 France St., Middleboro; from a complaint issued May 27, Thomas was held on $10,000 cash bail at his arraignment on a charge of witness intimidation. The case was continued to July 21. No other information was available in court on this matter.

ROBINSON, Richmond Jr,61, 51 Montello St., Middleboro; from a complaint issued May 13, Robinson was arraigned on charges of larceny over $250, breaking and entering for misdemeanor and malicious destruction of property under $250.  Robinson was released on his own recognizance to appear on July 21 for pretrial conference.

In court June 14, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

SIMMONS, Oliver H, 20, 235 Elm St., Hanover; from a complaint issued March 14, 2011, Simmons was arraigned on a charge of unlawful wiretap. According to the police report, Simmons, while in custody at the Marion police department on a charge of OUI, unlawfully made a video and audio recording of a police officer with an iPhone. The case was continued to July 20 for pretrial conference.

DISPOSITIONS

MENDES, Shelby, 28, 367 Hillman St., #2, New Bedford; from an arrest in October 2010, a defense Motion to Suppress was allowed and charges of possession with intent to distribute class B drug, possession of class B drug, and drug violation/school zone were dismissed.

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