Wareham & Plymouth Arraignments and Dispositions for June 29, 2011: child rape bail reduction hearing

WAREHAM DISTRICT COURT

June 29, 2011

In court June 28, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

BROWN, Robert A., 58, 603 W. Chestnut St., Brockton; from an arrest by Rochester police on June 28, Brown was arraigned on charges of OUI 2nd offense and open container. Brown was released on his own recognizance to appear on July 19 for pretrial conference.

PERRY, Toure, 29, 10 William St., Carver; from an arrest on June 25 by Wareham police, Perry was arraigned on a charge of armed robbery. Perry allegedly robbed another individual with a handgun. Bail was set at $1500 for his appearance on July 19 for a probable cause hearing.

DISPOSITIONS

MCCLURG, Justin, 23, 38 Earls Court, Rochester; from an arrest on March 13 by Marion police, McClurg admitted to sufficient facts on a charge of OUI. The case was continued without a finding with probation to June 26, 2012, 45 day loss of license, participation in a 24D alcohol program.

FERNANDES, Doreen,   45, 5 Carmardo Dr., Wareham; from a complaint issued March 3, 2008, charges of breaking and entering in a building, at night for felony, larceny under $250, disturbing the peace and disorderly conduct were dismissed for failure to prosecute.

TAVARES, Thomas F., III, 21, 5 Carmardo Dr., Wareham; from an arrest on September 3, 2010, Tavares was sentenced to 2 ½ years house of correction, 18 months to serve (credit for 299 days) on a charge of carrying a firearm without a license. In addition, Tavares received probation to June 25, 2013 on charges of assault and battery on a person over 60, with injury and assault with a dangerous weapon. Tavares had been held on $10,000 bail since his September 2010 arrest.

GALLOWAY, Darien, 28, 64 Ferring Hill Rd., W. Wareham; from an arrest on May 3 by Wareham police, Galloway admitted to sufficient facts to a charge of possession of Class B drug, cocaine. The case was continued without a finding with probation (with drug screens) to June 26, 2012. 

PLYMOUTH DISTRICT COURT

June 29, 2011

In court June 27, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

DRISCOLL, Ryan W., 17, 74 Soule Ave., Duxbury; from an arrest on May 28, Driscoll was arraigned on charges of 2 counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (a water bottle and an insect spray canister) and 1 count of assault with a dangerous weapon. Driscoll was released on his own recognizance to appear on August 15 for pretrial conference.

DOHERTY, Mark D., 17, 4 Blackthorn Drive, Southborough; from an arrest on June 25, Doherty was arraigned on charges of possession of a Class D drug and possession of a Class D drug with intent to distribute. Doherty was released on his own recognizance to appear on July 28 for pretrial conference. According to the report, Duxbury police observed Doherty’s vehicle pulled over to the side of the road. When the officer approached Doherty’s vehicle, the officer claims to have smelled the strong odor of unburnt marijuana, thus providing probable cause for a threshold inquiry and exit order.

VESSEY, Jaclyn D., 199 Pleasant St., Pembroke; from an arrest on June 25, Vessey was arraigned on charges of OUI, marked lane violation, negligent operation of a motor vehicle and failure to stop. Vessey was released on her own recognizance to appear on July 25 for pretrial conference.

MAZZILLI, Anthony L., 36, 13 Cedar Lane, Kingston; from an arrest on June 25, Mazzilli was arraigned on a charge of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (rock) in connection with a domestic incident in Kingston.

MCCLEMAN, Alexander J., 18, 52 Ridge Rd., Halifax; from an arrest on June 23, McCleman was arraigned on charges of possession with intent to distribute a Class C drug, possession of a Class C drug, and possession with intent to distribute a Class D drug in Plimpton. McCleman was released on his own recognizance to appear on July 18 for pretrial conference.

LOKERSON, Shane D., 22, 97 Chestnut St., E. Falmouth; from an arrest on June 26, Lokerson was arraigned on a charge of OUI. He was released on his own recognizance to appear on July 11 for pretrial conference.

NARDO, Joseph A., 18, 556 Washington St., Pembroke; from an arrest on June 25, Nardo was arraigned on charges of OUI, negligent operation of a motor vehicle and marked lane violation. According to the police report, police responding to the scene of a crash allege Nardo admitted crashing through a fence and nearly hitting a house.

SHEA, Craig R., 27, 217 Beaver Dam Road, Apt. 3, Plymouth; from an arrest on April 2 by Plymouth police, charges of possession of Class A and Class B drugs were dismissed at the request of the Commonwealth.

WATTERMAN, Michael J., 39, 7 Hickory Rd., Halifax; from an arrest on April 10, a charge of attempted murder was dismissed at the request of the Commonwealth. Charges of assault and battery and larceny under $250 were dismissed without prejudice for failure to prosecute.

INDICTED

SHEA, Craig R. 27, 217 Beaver Dam Road, Apt. 3 Plymouth; Shea was indicted by a Plymouth County Grand Jury and his case was transferred to superior court on the charges of robbery while armed and masked and 4 counts of assault with a dangerous weapon, a handgun, in connection with the robbery of the Rockland Trust Bank on Court St. in Plymouth on April 1. Shea continues to be held on $25,000 cash bail at the Plymouth County House of Correction.

APPEARANCE

SANTOS, Jason, 32, 140 Settlers Rd., Plymouth; Santos appeared in court for a bail reduction hearing. Santos had been held on $15,000 cash bail since his arrest by Plymouth police on June 8 on charges of rape and indecent assault and battery on a child under 14. Today, bail was reduced to $5,000 cash, which was posted by Santos. A probable cause hearing is set for September 27.

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