Wareham District Court Arraigments and Dispositions for August 17, 2011

WAREHAM DISTRICT COURT

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

In court August 16, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

JACKSON, John W, 28, 129 Precinct St., Lakeville; from an arrest on August 15 by Middleboro police, Jackson was arraigned on a charge of assault and battery on a police officer. Jackson was released on his own recognizance to appear on September 28 for pretrial conference.

CROCKER, Richard V, 54, 39 Peaceful Lane, Wareham; from an arrest on August 15 by Wareham police, Crocker was arraigned on a charge of possession of Class B drug, crack cocaine. Crocker was released on his own recognizance to appear on September 28 for pretrial conference.

PARKER, Abel G, 22, 81 Manomet Ave., Manomet;  from a complaint issued July 15 by Wareham police in connection with a domestic incident at 3 Ames Island Rd., Parker was arraigned on a charge of assault and battery. Parker is due back in court in September for a pretrial conference.

DISPOSITIONS

WALLACE, Andrew, 24, 13 Snowfield Rd., Mattapoisett; from an arrest on June 19, 2010 by Marion police, Wallace was found not guilty on a charge of OUI.

SUMNER, Cameron, 18, 164 Main St., Carver, and VIGLIOTI, Michael, 18, 33 Cherry St., Plymouth; charges of larceny from a person were dismissed, without prejudice, by the Commonwealth.

In court August 15, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

GONSCALVES, Jordan, 21, 36 Reservoir St., Brockton; from an arrest on August 13 by Wareham police, Gonscalves was arraigned on a charge of disorderly conduct. According to the police report, Gonscalves was arrested for allegedly being "uncooperative and belligerent" when asked by officers to "move along" on Onset Ave. during the Cape Verdean Festival. Gonscalves was released on his own recognizance to appear on September 23 for pretrial conference.

WAUGH, Dwight, 20, 208 Miller St., Middleboro, and BREEN, Justin, 20, 42 Deer Track Dr., Taunton; from an arrest on August 14 by Wareham police, Waugh and Breen were arraigned on a variety of charges stemming from the alleged theft of assorted merchandise from Famous Footwear. Waugh was arraigned on 5 counts of larceny less than $250, receiving stolen property and possession of Class B drug, while Breen was arraigned on charges of 2 counts larceny under $250, receiving stolen property over $250 and possession of Class B drug. Both men were released on their own recognizance to appear on September 29 for pretrial conference.

MURRAY, John III, 39, 31 Hicks St., New Bedford; from an arrest on August 13, Murray was arraigned on a charge of domestic assault and battery from an incident at Depot Crossing Apartments. Murray was released on his own recognizance to appear on September 29 for pretrial conference.

SIUDUT, Edward F, 36, 85 Round House Rd., Buzzards Bay; from an arrest on August 2, Siudut was arraigned on charges of shoplifting by asportation, disorderly conduct/subsequent offense, resisting arrest and assault and battery. According to the police report, Wareham police were dispatched to the Stop and Shop on a report of a shoplifting incident where an unidentified male allegedly attempted to steal 2 bags of meat valued at $250. Store security informed the officer that the man dropped the meat and bolted from the store when confronted, jumped into a vehicle and took off. With the vehicle's make, model, color and plate number, the male, later identified as Siudut, was stopped on Rt.6 near McDonald's. According to the report, when officers attempted to take Siudut into custody, Siudut allegedly stated, "I'm not going to jail!" A struggle ensued requiring an officer to deploy his tazer, hitting Siudut in the midsection and causing him to fall to the ground.  Apparently unfazed, Suidut required 3 additional "deployments" of the officer's tazer to finally come to terms with his fate. Pretrial conference was set for September 29.

PERKINS, Steven M, 33, 4 Acorn St., Middleboro; from an arrest on August 14 by Middleboro police, Perkins was arraigned on a charge of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon in connection with a domestic altercation. According to the police report, the victim alleged that Perkins struck her in the face with a metal table. The case was put over to September 29 for pretrial conference.

CROTEAU, Robert W, 20, 11 Benefit St. Apt. 1, Taunton; from an arrest on August 15 by Middleboro police, Croteau was arraigned on charges of OUI, negligent operation and marked lane violation. Pretrial was scheduled for September 29.

TAVAREZ, Adalberto, 9 Parkis Ave., Providence RI; arraigned on charges of OUI, negligent operation, marked lane violation and operating a vehicle with a suspended registration. Tavarez was released on his own recognizance to appear on September 22 for pretrial conference.

MONTEIRO, Roy, 81, 40 Redwood Circle, Pembroke; from an arrest by Wareham police in connection with a minor motor vehicle accident on Onset Ave., Monteiro was arraigned on a charge of OUI.  Pretrial conference was scheduled for September 29.

In courtAugust 12, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

RAMOS, Kendra L., 27 21 Valentine St. Apt. 1, New Bedford; from an arrest on August 11, Ramos was arraigned on charges of possession of class B, C, and D drugs. According to the police report, Wareham police responding to a report of people smoking pot in a vehicle parked behind Water Wizz alleged that a prescription bottle with several varieties of prescription medication was observed, in plain view, in a vehicle owned and operated by Ramos. Ramos was released on her own recognizance to appear on September 22 for pretrial conference.

PERRY, Damien, 39, 21 Nicholas Dr., Wareham; from an arrest on August 12 by Wareham police, Perry was arraigned on charges of OUI, negligent operation of a motor vehicle and marked lane violation. Pretrial conference was scheduled for September 16.

BRADY, Dennis, 50, 28 William St., Carver; from a complaint issued August 12, Brady was arraigned on a charge of domestic assault and battery. The police report indicates that Brady allegedly slapped the victim across the face. Brady was released on his own recognizance to appear on September 22 for pretrial conference.

PEPIN, Kevin J, 22, 239 Glen Charlie Rd., E Wareham; from a complaint issued August 11 by Wareham police, Pepin was arraigned on charges of assault to rape and indecent assault and battery on a person over 14. The case was continued to August 29. The court released Pepin on his own recognizance.

DISPOSITIONS

MACFARLANE, Marsha E., 60, 42 West St., Plympton; from an arrest in June 2010, MacFarlane admitted to sufficient facts to charges of OUI and negligent operation of a motor vehicle. The case was continued without a finding with probation to August 12, 2012. MacFarlane must pay $65 per month probation fee, $600 in fees and assessments and forfeit her license for 45 days.

HEFFERNAN, Steven M., 34, 45 Forest St., Middleboro; from an arrest on March 5, Heffernan admitted to sufficient facts to a charge of possession with intent to distribute class B drug. The judge continued the case without a finding with probation to February 11, 2013. The charge stemmed from the execution of a search warrant by Middleboro police in March at the Forest St. address. Approximately 70 Percocet pills along with $6000 in cash were seized in the raid. The cash was forfeited by Heffernan to the Commonwealth.

In court August 11, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

FRATES, Adam M, 28, 116 Main St., Carver; from an arrest on August 11 by Norwell State Police, Frates was arraigned on charges of OUI, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, speeding, and marked lane violation. Frates was released on his own recognizance to appear on September 21 for pretrial conference.

WARD, McKinley Jr, 18, 125 Minot Ave., Apt. 1, Wareham; from an arrest on August 10, Ward was arraigned on charges of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and home invasion in connection with an out of control house party in Rochester. Ward was released on his own recognizance to appear on September 12 for pretrial conference.

WEBBER, Ilene R, 24 Oak Dr., Carver; from an arrest on August 10, Webber was arraigned on charges of OUI, marked lane violation and leaving the scene of property damage. According to the police report, Carver police responding to a report of an intoxicated female operating a motor vehicle found Webber at the Cumberland Farms in North Carver. The vehicle had extensive front end damage and blown out tires. Webber was taken into custody. She was released on her own recognizance to appear on September 14 for pretrial conference.

NETO, Janice l, 30, 21 Holmes St., Carver; from a complaint issued June 20 by Wareham police, Neto was arraigned on charges of assault with a dangerous weapon, a knife, and malicious damage to a motor vehicle. Neto is due back in court on September 20 for pretrial conference.

BOWER, Joshua M, 24, 138 Summer St., Middleboro; from an arrest on August 10, Bower was arraigned on charges of statutory rape of a child and indecent assault and battery on a person 14 or over. Bail was set at $2,500 for Bower's appearance on September 8.

INDICTED

GOMES, Shane O, 38, 10 E. Central Ave., Onset; from an arrest on April 28, Gomes was indicted by a Plymouth County Grand Jury on charges of distribution of a Class B drug, subsequent offense, and conspiracy to violate drug laws. Gomes has been held in the Plymouth County House of Correction on $10,000 bail since his arrest in April. The charges stem from an investigation by the Cape Cod Drug Task Force. Gomes allegedly sold $1,000 worth of cocaine to a state undercover narcotics officer in the parking lot of Lindsey's Restaurant.

DISPOSITIONS

ANDREWS, Rebecca, 57, 28 Nicholas Drive, Wareham; from an arrest on July 9, Andrews admitted to sufficient facts to a charge of OUI and marked lane violation. The court continued the case without a finding with probation to August 9, 2012. Andrews was ordered to forfeit her license for 45 days, pay $65 per month probation fee and $600 in fees and assessments.

BARRY, Robert, 28, 20 Andrews St., Onset; from an arrest on December 29, 2010, Barry entered a guilty plea to a charge of assault and battery. Barry was sentenced to 6 months house of correction, committed.

HARRIGAN, Jade A,  2727 Cranberry Highway, W. Wareham; Harrigan entered guilty pleas on 6 counts of receiving stolen property and 5 counts of larceny under $250 by false pretense. Harrigan was placed on probation until August 9, 2012. The charges stem from several pieces of stolen jewelry recovered from area pawn shops.

In court August 10, 2011

CARDOSO, Lucas V, 20, 8 Munroe St., Onset; from an arrest by Wareham police on August 9, Cardoso was arraigned on a charge of OUI, possession of open container, alcohol, in vehicle and person under 21 in possession of liquor. Cardoso was released on his own recognizance to appear on September 19 for pretrial conference.

BUMPUS, Mark A, 5 Standish Ave., E. Wareham; from a complaint issued July 19 by Wareham police, Bumpus was arraigned on charges of OUI and marked lane violation in connection with a vehicle accident on Glen Charlie Rd. Bumpus was released on his own recognizance to appear on September 19 for pretrial conference.

DISPOSITIONS

ALFONSO, Michael D, 19, 1 Peaceful Lane, E. Wareham; Alfonso was found not guilty after a jury trial on charges of breaking and entering, nighttime for felony, larceny of a firearm and larceny over $250.

In court August 8, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

SAUNDERS, Richard, 19, 11 Barrows St. Apt.2, Middleboro; from an arrest on August 5, Saunders was arraigned on a charge of aggravated assault and battery in connection with a domestic incident. According to the police report, Middleboro police were dispatched to an abandoned hospital located at Center and Oak St. on a report of a domestic argument. According to the police report, witnesses at the scene alleged that Saunders threw the victim to the ground and punched her several times in the stomach after the victim informed Saunders that she was pregnant. Pretrial conference was set for September 8.

MORGANELLI, Jonathan, 25, 2 Derry park Dr. Apt. 7, Middleboro; from an arrest on August 7, Morganelli was arraigned on a charge of breaking and entering in a vehicle, nighttime for felony. According to witnesses, Morganelli allegedly broke into a vehicle in the area of N. Grove St. Morganelli was released on his own recognizance to appear on September 21 for pretrial conference.

GUINIER, Andre A., III, 24, 8 Sandy Rd., Wareham; from an arrest on August 6, Guinier was arraigned on a charge of possession of more than an ounce of marijuana. According to the police report, Wareham police stopped a "suspicious" vehicle they observed pick up an individual from behind a closed business.  The officer conducted a pat frisk, allegedly for "officer safety", revealing an illegal substance. During a search of the trunk, an amount of marijuana, slightly over an ounce was discovered, along with a scale.  Guinier was released on his own recognizance to appear on September 21 for pretrial conference.

TOBIAZ, Steven M., 25, 22 Wareham St. Apt. 2R, Middleboro; from an arrest on August 5, Tobiaz was arraigned on a charge of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. According to the police report, Wareham police responding to a call from a female victim arrested Tobiaz for allegedly pushing her down a flight of stairs. Court records indicate Tobiaz had an active restraining order at the time of the alleged attack. Pretrial was scheduled for August 22.

DISPOSITIONS

DONOVAN, Brendan P., 31, 36 Marine Rd., South Boston; from an arrest on July 30, 2010, Donovan entered a guilty plea on a charge of possession with intent to distribute Class B drug. Donovan was sentenced to 18 months house of correction, 126 days credit. Charges of possession with intent to distribute Class C drug, possession with intent to distribute Class E drug, receiving stolen property and school zone violation were all dismissed.

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