Wareham & Plymouth Arraignments and Dispositions for June 24, 2011: assault with a phone, drunk woman at church, heroin

WAREHAM DISTRICT COURT

June 24, 2011

In court June 23, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

FOX, Nancy, 55, 115 Precinct St., Lakeville; Fox was arraigned on charges of OUI 2nd offense, negligent operation of a motor vehicle and speeding from her arrest by state police on June 22. Police allege that Fox was traveling at 70 mph on Rt 105 when stopped. Pretrial conference was set for July 26.

INDICTMENTS

SHIMKUS, Albert P, 24, 23 Center St., Carver; Shimkus was indicted by a Plymouth County Grand Jury and continues to be held on $100,000 cash bail pending Superior Court proceedings on the charges of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon ( hatchet) and assault to murder from his arrest on March 27. On that date, Carver police responding to a report of a possible stabbing at 24 Center St, Carver, discovered the victim bleeding profusely from head and neck wounds.

DISPOSITIONS

WATSON, Betty A, 51, 630 Washington St., Boston; from an arrest on April 16 in Wareham, Watson entered a guilty plea on a charge of OUI 2nd offense. Watson’s sentence included probation to June 22, 2012, 24D alcohol and drug program, 45 day loss of license and $665 in fees and assessments.

PLYMOUTH DISTRICT COURT

June 24, 2011

In court on June 22, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

SANTOS, William Jr, 51, 3 Howlands Lane, Kingston; from an arrest on June 2, Santos was arraigned on charges of kidnapping and assault and battery, domestic. Bail for Santos was set at $500 for his appearance on July 27 for pretrial conference.

JOHNSON, Lorraine G, 41, 1095 State Rd., Plymouth;  Bail was set at $1,000 at Johnson’s arraignment on charges of assault and battery and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (a telephone) stemming from a domestic disturbance at the State Rd. address on April 11.

PARKER, Jason M., 36, 45 Milford St., Hanson; from a complaint issued May 9, 2011, Parker was arraigned on charges of trafficking in heroin, possession of Class B substance, possession of Class B substance with intent to distribute (oxycodone) and conspiracy to violate drug laws from January 26, 2010. Charges stem from the execution of a search warrant at J.P. Transmissions at 110 Mattakeesett St. in Pembroke by members of the Old Colony Anti-Crime Task Force after a lengthy investigation.

PRIMAVERA, Gerald A, 41, 220 N. Main St., Apt. 2F1, Brockton; from an arrest on June 21, Primavera was arraigned on 2 counts of breaking and entering vehicle/boat, daytime for felony and trespassing from an alleged break into a truck and a boat at 43 Newell Rd. in Marshfield. The case was continued to July 8 for pre-trial conference.

RYAN, Christine M, from a complaint issued April 21 by Plymouth police, Ryan was arraigned on charges of OUI, negligent operation of a motor vehicle and leaving the scene after property damage. Ryan alleged struck a cement barrier on Congress St. while intoxicated and drove away. She was apprehended a short time later at 404 Washington St. after police responded to a call of an intoxicated woman at the church.

DISPOSITIONS

HENRICH, Lawrence M Jr, 57, 113 Pine St., Halifax; from an arrest on March 25, 2010, Henrich entered a guilty plea on a charge of OUI 2nd offense. He was sentenced to 1 year house of correction, sentence suspended, 14 day inpatient program, statutory loss of license and $550 in fees and assessments.

FLYNN, Brian E, 23, 21 Cranberry Knoll Ct., Buzzards Bay; from an arrest on April 17, Flynn admitted to sufficient facts to a charge of OUI drugs and possession of Class A drug, heroin, from a vehicle stop on Rt. 44 by Plymouth police. The charge was continued without a finding with probation to June 20, 2012. Flynn also must attend a 24D drug/alcohol program, pay $660 in fees and assessments, and suffer loss of license for 45 days.

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