Wareham Police Arrest Belligerent Drunk Driver Plus Four Others

Alleged drunk driver was uncooperative, uttered insults at cops during booking...
Shaunelle Black, age 34, of Wareham faces a host of charges including OUI and more. (WPD booking photo)

Wareham Police had a busy Tuesday and early Wednesday this week.  A total of five arrests were made - Don't miss the booking photo gallery below.

At 1 a.m. on Tuesday, July 31st, Officer Nate Aronson observed a car driving erratically on Sandwich Road. Aronson pulled the car over on Main Street and arrested the operator following an investigation.

The driver, Shaunelle Black, 34, of Wareham gave a false name to Arsonson. Ms. Black was recognized by Officer Zina Kelsch after arriving at the station.

Police report Black was uncooperative during the booking process, hurling insults at Kelsch and Sergeant Daniel Henderson.

Ms. Black faces charges operating the under the influence of liquor, operating to endanger, failure to stop at a stop sign, speeding, marked lanes violation, operator refusing to identify self, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace.

Later Tuesday, at 10:45 a.m., Officers Kyle Gomes and Matthew Donovan arrested Michael Pardi, 27, of Wareham on two warrants.

Gomes and Donovan also arrested Ryan Lindstrom, 23, of Wareham for an outstanding warrant at about 1:15 p.m.

Officer Michael Phinney arrested Samantha Bergeron, 25, of, Wareham, at about 1:30 p.m. for driving with a suspended license on Charge Pond Road. Bergeron also had an outstanding warrant for her arrest.

On Wednesday, August 1, Officers Charles Pillsbury and Kelsch arrested Heather Anne Murphy, 25, of Wareham for driving with a suspended license at about 9 a.m. The arrest was made on Cranberry Highway near Red Brook Road.

Police also said three additional individuals were placed into protective custody at various calls before 10 p.m. on Tuesday.


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