Wareham & Plymouth Arraignments and Dispositions for July 11, 2011: OUI--rollover, crossing the line and driving the wrong way

WAREHAM DISTRICT COURT

July 11, 2011

In court July 8, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

CHAPMAN, Jeffrey L, 36, 111 Leonard St., Raynham, and FIGUERIEDO, Antonio, 32, also of 111 Leonard St., Raynham; from an arrest by Lakeville police on July 1, Chapman‘s bail was set at $5,000 at his arraignment on charges of breaking and entering in a building, daytime for felony, larceny over $250, malicious destruction of property over $250, accessory before the fact and accessory after the fact.  FIGUERIEDO’S bail was set at $2,500 at his arraignment, stemming from the same incident, on charges of accessory before and after the fact, receiving stolen property and breaking and entering, daytime for felony. The case was continued for pretrial conference.

PROULX, Aimee S, 24, 136 Wareham St., Middleboro; from a complaint issued June 10, Proulx was arraigned on charges of larceny from a building and receiving stolen property over $250 in connection with the alleged theft and use of two bank checks. According to the police report, the checks were missing from a Plymouth St., Middleboro address shortly after Proulx was a guest. The checks were cashed in the amount of $400 each. Proulx was released on her own recognizance to appear for a pretrial conference scheduled for August 9.

PLYMOUTH DISTRICT COURT

July 11, 2011

In court July 7, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

MARX, Ryan, 28, 610 Center St., Pembroke, and four co-defendants (see below) were arraigned on various drug distribution charges in connection with an undercover operation which included several hand to hand sales of oxycodone to a state police undercover officer. Marx was arraigned on charges of distribution of Class B drug, oxycodone, and conspiracy to violate drug laws from a sale of the drug to a state police undercover officer on November 29, 2010 in Brant Rock. The case was continued to July 28 for pretrial conference.

HEALEY, Ryan W, 27, 256 Ocean St., Marshfield; bail was posted in the amount of $3,000 at Healy’s arraignment on charges of distribution of Class B drug, oxycodone (four counts), and conspiracy to violate drug laws.

LANNON, James P, 34, 736 Pembroke Woods, Pembroke; bail set at $1,000 at Lannon’s arraignment on charges of distribution of Class B drug, oxycodone, and conspiracy to violate drug laws.

GARSIDE, Michael, 38, 256 Ocean St., Marshfield; (in custody) arraigned on four counts of distribution of Class B drug, oxycodone, and conspiracy to violate drug laws.

GRAHAM, Ryan, 29, 636 Main St., Apt. 2, Weymouth; arraigned on charges of distribution of Class B drug, oxycodone, and conspiracy to violate drug laws. All cases were continued to July 28 for pretrial conference.

PETERSON, Alex R., from an arrest on July 7 by State police, Peterson was arraigned on charges of OUI, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, and wrong way on a state highway from a traffic stop on Rt. 3 S. between exits 11 and 12. Peterson was allegedly traveling north, while intoxicated, in the southbound lane. State police responding to several 911 calls made the stop and arrest. Peterson was released on his own recognizance to appear for pretrial conference on August 16.

DWYER, Robert P Jr, 34, 103 Furnace Lane, Pembroke; from an arrest by Pembroke police on July 4, Dwyer was arraigned on charges of OUI, negligent operation of a motor vehicle and marked lane violation from a motor vehicle stop on Mattakeesett St. in Pembroke. According to the police report, Dwyer allegedly crossed into the oncoming lane and failed to stay in the roadway, crashing into a tree on the side of the road. Dwyer was released on his own recognizance to appear on August 26 for pretrial conference.

MCINERNEY, Brian K, 57, 29 Dundee Way, Plymouth; from a complaint issued June 16, McInerney was arraigned on charges of OUI drugs and reckless operation of a motor vehicle in connection with a motor vehicle rollover on Cranberry Rd. in Kingston. McInerney was released on his own recognizance to appear on August 26 for pretrial conference.

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