Wareham & Plymouth Arraignments and Dispositions for August 5, 2011

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WAREHAM DISTRICT COURT

Friday, August 5, 2011

In court August 4, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

DEMARCO, Anthony M, 29, 8 Lovell St., Middleboro; from an arrest on August 3 by Middleboro police, Demarco was arraigned on charges of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and reckless endangerment of a child in connection with a domestic altercation at the Lovell St. address. Demarco was released on his own recognizance to appear on September 22 for pretrial conference.

ROSE, Jeffrey D., 47, 8 Bertino St., Onset; from an arrest on August 3, Rose was arraigned on a charge of disorderly conduct, subsequent offense. Court records indicate Rose has been charged with disorderly conduct 6 times in the past. Bail was set at $500 cash. Pretrial was scheduled for August 31.

DISPOSITIONS

MULLEN, Alexandria, 27, 6 Depot St., Wareham; from a complaint issued February 8, Mullen entered a guilty plea to a charge of uttering a false prescription and was sentenced to 60 days house of correction, committed.

PIERCE, Eric W, 20, 3 Whitus Rd., Stafford Springs, CT., admitted to sufficient facts to a charge of OUI. The case was continued without a finding with probation to August 1, 2012. Pierce is also required to pay $600 in fees and assessments and forfeit his license for 210 days.

In court August 3, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

CROCKER, Brian, 28, 1131 Centere St., Middleboro; from a complaint issued July 14, Crocker was arraigned on a charge of possession of a Class A drug, heroin. According to the police report, officers arrived at the Crocker residence with a warrant for the apprehension of Brian Crocker for matters unnamed and unrelated to his arraignment. Upon arrival, Crocker's mother advised the officers that Brian was asleep on the couch. Two "bags" (single dose glassine bags) of heroin alleged fell out of Crocker's jeans when an officer shook them upside down prior to handing them to Crooker for him to get dressed to be taken into custody. The case was continued for pretrial conference.

SELL, Kathy M, 45, 35 Macomber Ave., N. Dartmouth; from a complaint issued July 14 by Mattapoisett police, Sell was arraigned on charges of larceny over $250 by single scheme, forgery of a check and uttering false check in connection with the alleged theft of $5,959 from On The Go Take Out, Inc, 50 Marion Rd., Mattapoisett, where Sell had been employed as a bookkeeper. According to the police report, Sell "admitted she knew what she was doing and that she was waiting to get caught." Sell was released on her own recognizance to appear for a pretrial conference on September 20.

CULLY, Scott R, 34, 1057 Main St., W. Wareham; from an arrest on August 3 by State police, Cully was arraigned on charges of OUI 2nd offense, negligent operation of a motor vehicle and marked lane violation.  Cully was released on his own recognizance to appear on September 16 for pretrial conference.

COLLINS, Matthew, 28, 12 State St., Apt. 5C, E. Wareham; from an arrest on August 2, bail was set at $2,500 at Collins's arraignment on a charge of domestic assault and battery. According to the police report, Wareham police were flagged down by Collins on Main St. who explained that he had just had an argument with his girlfriend, that he had pushed her and that he wanted the officer to go and check on her. During the interaction, the officer determined that Collins had two outstanding warrants for his arrest. Collins was placed in handcuffs and taken into custody. Further investigation indicated that the girlfriend alleged that Collins punched and kicked her repeatedly knocking her unconscious. The victim was taken by ambulance to Tobey Hospital. Collins will be back in court on August 25 for pretrial conference.

In court August 2, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

BUNKER, Barbara N, 25, 426 Washington St., Taunton; from a complaint issued July 13, Bunker was arraigned on a charge of larceny over $250. She was released on her own recognizance to appear on September 27. According to the complaint, Bunker allegedly stole property of Muckey's Liquors valued at more than $250. No police report was available.

SCHUSTER, Brandon M, 25, 3 Plymouth Ave., E. Wareham; Schuster was arraigned on a charge of leaving the scene of property damage in connection with a motor vehicle accident on Glen Charlie Road. According to the report, Wareham officers responding to the scene discovered that the vehicle, heavily damaged and blocking traffic, was empty. The operator had left the scene. Shortly after, a call came in to the police station reporting the vehicle stolen. Wareham officers conducting an interview of Schuster at his home observed that Schuster's face was swollen and red, and that he had a gash on his arm that appeared to be a recent injury. After further questioning, Shuster allegedly admitted to being responsible for the crash, and leaving the scene. He was released on his own recognizance today to appear on September 2 for pretrial conference.

BRIEN, Lynda E, 2 Standish St., E. Wareham; from a complaint issued June 13 by Wareham police, Brien was arraigned on a charge of domestic assault and battery. She was released on her own recognizance to appear on August 22 for pretrial conference.

MCCARTHY, Kevin, 21, 14 E. Main St., Middleboro; from an arrest on August 2 by Middleboro police, McCarthy was arraigned on a charge of domestic assault and battery. Pretrial was scheduled for September 27.

PRADA-RUIZ, Joseph E, 22, 94 Park Ave., Wareham; from complaints issued August 2, Prada-Ruiz was arraigned on four separate complaints stemming from four separate B&Es. Charges include; four counts of breaking and entering, daytime for felony, three counts of larceny under $250 by false pretense, and three counts of receiving stolen property. Bail was set at $1,500 for his appearance on August 23 for pretrial conference.

SOBOL, Samuel, 426 Main St., Wareham; from an arrest on August 2, Sobol was arraigned on charges of breaking and entering in a building, nighttime for felony, larceny from a building and possession of a burglarious instrument in connection with an alleged breaking and entering at CVS Pharmacy, 419 Main St., Wareham. Bail was set at $500 for Sobol's appearance on August 30 for pretrial conference. According to court records, Sobol was arraigned on similar charges in Stoughton District Court on June 21.

PLYMOUTH DISTRICT COURT

Friday, August 5, 2011

In court on August 3, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

MUELLER, David J., 23, 18 Allen St., Pembroke; from an arrest on July 30 by Pembroke police, Mueller was arraigned on charges of OUI 2nd offense, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, marked lane violation and resisting arrest. Mueller was released on his own recognizance to appear on September 20 for pretrial conference.

CARREIRA, Christopher J, 38 Stafford St., Plymouth; from an arrest on July 22 by Plymouth police, Carreira was arraigned on a charge of domestic assault and battery in connection with an alleged beating with a baseball bat. Court records indicate Carreira has been arrested 6 times for domestic assault and battery. Bail was set at $3,000 for Correira’s appearance on August 26 for pretrial conference.

VANMETER, Lorra A., 25, 64 Winter St., Hanson; from a complaint issued August 2 by Hanson police, Vanmeter was arraigned on a charge of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon in connection with a domestic altercation. She was released on her own recognizance to appear o August 30 for pretrial conference.

HENDERSON, Edward, 28, 130 Frost St., Rockland; from a complaint issued July 14, Henderson was arraigned on a charge of larceny by check over $250 in connection with $1,550 worth of supplies purchased from Marshfield Winnelson Co. with a bad check. Henderson allegedly bought the supplies, mostly consisting of copper tubing, and sold them at a scrap metal dealer. Henderson was released on his own recognizance to appear on August 25 for pretrial conference.

DISPOSITIONS

CAPPELLANO, Joseph P., 26, 419 E. Third St., South Boston; from an arrest on July 23, Cappellano admitted to sufficient facts to charges of OUI and marked lane violation. The case was continued without a finding with probation to August 1, 2012. Cappellano is also required to attend a 24D program, forfeit his license for 45 days, pay $65 per month probation fee and $600 in fines and assessments.

MEDEIROS, Rosangela, 38, 21 Cherry St., Apt. A1, Plymouth; from a complaint issued February 9, 2011, Medeiros was found not guilty after a bench trial on a charge of OUI. Charges of negligent operation of a motor vehicle and operating a motor vehicle while unlicensed were dismissed. Medeiros admitted to sufficient facts to a charge of leaving the scene of property damage. That charge was continued without a finding to July 27, 2012.

STANTON, Jacob, 25, 490 Washington St., Pembroke; from a complaint issued June 7 by Plymouth police, Stanton entered a guilty plea to a charge of operating a motor vehicle with a revoked license and OUI 2nd offense. Stanton was sentenced to 18 months house of correction, committed.

KOKERNAK, Katherine K., 33, 6 Squanto Rd., Plymouth; from an arrest on June 13 by Plymouth police, Kokernak entered a guilty plea to a charge of domestic assault and battery. Kokernak was sentenced to 50 days house of correction committed, deemed served.

In court on August 2, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

GAY, Christopher G, 29, 202 Buckwood Dr., Hyannis; from an arrest by Plymouth police on July 30, Gay was arraigned on charges of OUI, open container in vehicle and marked lane violation.

HALE, Austin, 18, 85 Red Brick Farm Rd., Marshfield; from an arrest on July 31, Hale was arraigned on charges of possession with intent to distribute class D drug, marijuana, and drug violation/school zone. According to the police report, a Marshfield officer investigating “suspicious activity” at the Marshfield Skateboard Park allegedly observed a bud of marijuana in the hand of a juvenile seated in a vehicle operated by Hale. A search of the vehicle allegedly revealed 21 grams of marijuana buds and a scale. Hale was released on his own recognizance to appear for pretrial conference on September 15.

GRIFFIN, Corey J., 22, 10 Greenville St., Billerica; from an arrest by Plymouth police on July 31, Griffin was arraigned on charges of OUI and marked lane violation. He was released on his own recognizance to appear on September 15 for pretrial conference.

DOYLE, Paul, 34, 30 Crooked River Rd., Wareham; from an arrest by Plymouth police on July 29, Doyle was arraigned on a charge of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, a board. Doyle was released on his own recognizance to appear on September 2 for pretrial conference.

HERRERA, Francisco, 38, 8 Welton Dr., Plymouth; from an arrest by Plymouth police on July 30, Herrera was arraigned on a charge of domestic assault and battery. Herrera was released on his own recognizance to appear on August 31 for pretrial conference.

BURDEN, Derek A, 18, 3 Forest Ave., Apt. C, Plymouth; from a complaint issued July 29, Burden was arraigned on 3 counts of witness intimidation. Burden was held on $15,000 cash bail. The police report was not available. The case was continued to August 12.

KOLAR, David J, 42, 45 Longview Terrace, Marshfield; from an arrest on August 1, Kolar was arraigned on a charge of OUI. According to the police report, a Marshfield officer patrolling the esplanade area of Ocean St. observed a vehicle parked with its rear end jutting out into traffic. When the officer approached to affix a parking ticket, the officer observed an individual behind the wheel who allegedly appeared to be passed out. After further investigation, the officer determined that Kolar was intoxicated. Kolar was released today on his own recognizance to appear on August 30 for pretrial conference.

DISPOSITIONS

FALLON, Frank, 54, 17 Ashberry St., Plymouth; from an arrest by Plymouth police on June 7, Fallon was found not guilty after a bench trial on a charge of OUI.

HACKENSON, Carl E, 39, 12 Forest Ave. Ct., #2, Plymouth; from an arrest on June 29, Hackenson was found guilty on a charge of domestic assault and battery and sentenced to 90 days house of correction, 30 days committed deemed served, probation to July 27, 2012, and ordered to attend a batterers program.

In court July 31, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

MCCONNELL, Grant L, 27, 181 Bourne Rd., Plymouth; from a complaint issued July 25 by Plymouth police, McConnell’s bail was set at $2,500 cash at his arraignment Friday on charges of assault and battery, threatening to commit a crime, malicious damage to a motor vehicle and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. Pretrial conference was scheduled for August 24.

MAHONEY, Brendon, 11 Arrowhead Dr., Marshfield; Mahoney was arraigned on charges of possession with intent to distribute Class B drug, oxycodone, and possession of a Class B drug in connection with 130 oxycodone pills discovered in Mahoney’s room by a family member at the Arrowhead Dr. address. Pretrial was scheduled for September 15.

DISPOSITIONS

DOHERTY, Andrew F, 22, 27 Carver St., Halifax; from a complaint issued November 16, 2010, charges of breaking and entering in the nighttime for felony, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and domestic assault and battery were dismissed without prejudice for the Commonwealth’s failure to prosecute.

MAPLE, Timothy J, 28, 58 Albion St., Apt. 2, Rockland; from an arrest on December 4, 2010, Maple entered a guilty plea on a charge of OUI 2nd offense. Maple was sentenced to 1 year probation and ordered to attend an alcohol program. Maple must also pay $600 in fees and assessments and forfeit his license for 45 days.

BARRY, Robert, 28, 56 Longwood Ave., Apt. 31, Onset; from a complaint issued December 1, 2010 by Hanson police, Barry entered a guilty plea on a charge of threatening to commit a crime in connection with making threatening phone calls to an ex-girlfriend. Barry was sentenced to four months house of correction, committed.

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