Wareham & Plymouth Arraignments and Dispositions for July 19, 2011: assault with a TV remote; an unwanted, intoxicated woman

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WAREHAM DISTRICT COURT

July 19, 2011

In court July 18, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

BELLEFEVILLE, Joseph, 17, 18 Rock St., Middleboro; from an arrest on July 17 by Middleboro police, Bellefeville was arraigned on charges of breaking and entering in a building, daytime for felony and trespass. According to the police report, Middleboro police were dispatched to the area of the skate park for a report of several youths entering a building through a small hole in the rear wall. Police allege that they discovered Bellefeville and 4 juveniles inside the building used by the Middleboro Parks Department. Bellefeville was released on his own recognizance to appear on August 27 for a pretrial conference.

BEDARD, Eric, 33, 3036 Cranberry Highway, Lot 19, E. Wareham; from an arrest on July 16 by Wareham police, Bedard was arraigned on a charge of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. According to the Police report, police were dispatched to 19 Waters Edge Trailer Park for a report of a domestic disturbance.  At the scene, the victim alleged that Bedard slapped him across the face with a remote control. Bedard allegedly admitted slapping the individual, but claimed the remote was in his other hand. Bedard's case was continued to August 25 for pretrial conference.

LAVANGIE, Irene, 46, 9 Grandview Ave., Onset; Lavangie was arraigned on charges of assault and battery, domestic, 3 counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon ( a computer, a chair, and a coffee table ) and assault and battery on a police officer in connection with a domestic disturbance call from the Grandview Ave. address. According to the police report, Wareham police responding to a call of an "unwanted, intoxicated female" encountered Lavangie who they described in their report as being "highly intoxicated and out of control". The victim alleged that Lavangie punched him several times and threw furniture at him. Lavangie was taken into custody at the scene. She was released in court Monday on her own recognizance to appear on August 18 for pretrial conference.

MCAULIFFE, Kevin M., 69, 1 Puritan Ave., Wareham; from an arrest on July 16 by Wareham police, McAuliffe was arraigned on a charge of assault and battery on a police officer. According to the police report, Wareham police, responding to a call of an intoxicated male, attempted to take McAuliffe into protective custody due to his alleged condition.  McAuliffe is due back in court on August 25 for a pretrial conference.

KING, Sean, 24, 23 Peaceful Lane, E. Wareham; from a complaint issued on January 8, 2010, King was arraigned on a charge of shoplifting by asportation in connection with the alleged theft of 16 packages of Starburst candy from the Cumberland Farms store on Main St. King is expected back in court for a pretrial conference scheduled for July 26.

CANNON, Matthew E., 22, 10 Depot St., E. Wareham; from an arrest on July 17 by Wareham police, Cannon was arraigned on charges of OUI, leaving the scene of property damage and negligent operation of a motor vehicle. According to the report, Cannon allegedly took out a telephone pole stability wire with his vehicle while operating while intoxicated. Cannon was apprehended in the driveway of his home at 10 Depot St. Cannon was released on his own recognizance to appear on August 25 for a pretrial conference.

BELLAVANCE, Danielle J., 32, 215 Wareham Rd., Marion; from a complaint issued July 1, Bellavance was arraigned on 3 counts of uttering a false prescription. Police allege that Bellavance attempted to fill bogus prescriptions at a Walmart pharmacy and at a CVS pharmacy. Bellavance was released on her own recognizance to appear on August 18 for a pretrial conference.

In court July 15, 2011

HILLER, Lance A, 28, 13 Knowles Ave., E. Wareham; from a complaint issued June 24 in Wareham, Hiller was arraigned on charges of possession of a counterfeit note and uttering a counterfeit note. According to the police report, Hiller allegedly tried to buy gas at the Mobile station on Cranberry Highway with a counterfeit $20 dollar bill. The manager of the Mobile station called Wareham PD to report that a regular customer, name unknown, handed him a bogus $20 and a legit $10 for thirty dollars worth of fuel. When the manager told the customer that the $20 was no good, Hiller allegedly gave him a ten and two fives, and drove off. The manager was able to provide police with a plate number and a description of the culprit, leading to Hiller's apprehension. The case was continued for a pretrial conference.

DEVINE, David, 42, 195 E. Grove St., Middleboro; from a complaint issued May 18, Devine was arraigned on a charge of domestic assault and battery.  According to the report, Middleboro police were dispatched to the Grove St. address for a report of a domestic disturbance. The victim alleged that Devine strangled him during an altercation involving the use of a car. Devine was released on his own recognizance to appear on September 8 for a pretrial conference.

In court July 15, 2011

DISPOSITIONS

LINDESAY, Alric, 29, 73 Kimberly Ct., Wareham; from an arrest on May 28, Lindesay admitted to sufficient fact on a charge of OUI. The case was continued without a finding with probation to July 13, 2012.

WATKINS, Renee L, 36, 10 Union St., Apt. 8, Taunton; from an arrest on May 31 in Carver, Watkins admitted to sufficient facts on a charge of OUI, drugs. Watkins was placed on probation to July 13, 2012, ordered to complete the 24D alcohol program and forfeit her license for 45 days.

PLYMOUTH DISTRICT COURT

In court July 15, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

CLARK, Gina Marie, 40, 31 Acadia Dr., Marstons Mills; from an arrest by Plymouth police on July 13, Clark was arraigned on a charge of shoplifting, over $100, by asportation.  According to the police report, Plymouth police were dispatched to Kohl’s on a report of a customer leaving the store without paying for several items. According to the police report, a Kohl’s loss prevention officer informed the police that he observed a white female come into the store by herself, later identified as Gina Clark, and place $1093.89 worth of merchandise into her Kohl’s cart. The loss prevention officer stated that at one point, Clark put some of the items into a light colored carrying bag, placing this bag over more items at the bottom of the cart, then covering the light colored bag with a Kohl’s mesh black bag, concealing everything at the bottom of the cart. At that time, according to the loss prevention officer, Clark placed another $190.09 worth of merchandise into the cart on top of the concealed items and proceeded to the cash register. Clark allegedly purchased the $190.09 items and left the store. As Clark reached her vehicle, the loss prevention officer identified himself and escorted Clark back into the store. The concealed items were lingerie, active wear, shirts, shorts, swim wear, dresses, sunglasses and jewelry. Clark was placed under arrest at the scene. According to the arresting officer, on the ride to the police station, Clark allegedly stated, "that was not my cart, and I didn’t know how the items got in there." Clark, currently on probation in Plymouth District Court from a 2010 assault conviction, may face a probation revocation hearing as a result of the new charge. Readers also may recall that Clark, the former self-described founder/CEO of the Marstons Mills based charity “Touched By Angels” plead not guilty in Barnstable Superior Court back in March on a 32 count indictment that included several charges of larceny over $250, gross fraud, setting up a lottery scheme, failure to pay minimum wage, failure to pay overtime, and misclassification of independent contractor.  Touched by Angels was organized to provide financial assistance for families who had lost loved ones or were dealing with serious medical situations, but prosecutors allege that Clark stole tens of thousands of dollars in donations intended for those distressed families. The new Plymouth District Court charge of shoplifting carries a penalty of not more than 2 ½ years house of correction, or a fine of not more than $1000, or both.

WATERS, Jonathan M., 20, 220 Pelham St., Pembroke; from an arrest on June 3 by Pembroke police, Waters was arraigned on charges of rape, subsequent offense and indecent assault and battery on a person over 14. Bail was set at $50,000 for Water’s appearance in August 12 for a probable cause hearing.

CHAPMAN, Damien L., 35, 9 Colonial Rd., Buzzards Bay; from an arrest on July 15, Chapman was arraigned on charges of disorderly conduct and aggravated assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, a car window, causing serious injury. Bail was set at $2500 for Chapman’s appearance on August 15 for pre-trial conference.

In court July 14, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

MCNEIL, Robert, 28, 5 Carver St., Green Harbor; from a complaint issued June 6, McNeil was arraigned on charges of larceny of a motor vehicle, larceny from a building, breaking and entering in a building, daytime for felony and breaking and entering into a boat/vehicle daytime for felony in connection with the May 30 theft of a white 2000 Ford Mustang from Impact Auto Sales on Mattakeesett St. in Pembroke. Police allege that McNeil broke into the dealership and took the keys to the mustang as well as 2 HP computers. The vehicle was discovered the day after to break at 105 Furnace Lane. A witness ID’d McNeil as the operator of the stolen vehicle. Police also allege that McNeil tried to sell the 2 computers. McNeil was released on his own recognizance to appear on September 9 for a pre-trial conference.

DISPOSITIONS

SPANO, Michael, 19, 7 Russell Holmes Way, Carver; from a complaint issued on May 4, Spano entered a guilty plea on 3 counts of receiving stolen property over $250 and 1 count of larceny over $250 by false pretense in connection with stolen jewelry recovered from EZ Sell Gold and Diamonds and Cash for Gold at the Kingston Independence Mall. Spano was placed on probation to June 20, 2013 and ordered to pay $430 in restitution.

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