Wareham Police Weekend Arrests

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Kimberly Savina was arrested and charged with multiple drug offenses (WPD booking photo)

Here's the weekend roundup of Wareham Police arrests...

09/28/18 Noon

Stuart Mailman, age 57, of Hyannis, was arrested in the parking lot of the Depot Street Cumberland Farms on just before noon. Wareham Police report that Mailman had two default warrants from Massachusetts, a warrant from New Hampshire and a warrant from Florida. He was charged with being a fugitive from justice on a court warrant

09/28/18 4:00 p.m.

Wareham Police conducted a raid Friday at an Onset Avenue apartment, where they confiscated $1,317 in cash, a quantity of cocaine, three digital scales and two cell phones.  Kimberly Savina, age 44, of 157 Onset Avenue was arrested and charged with two counts of intent to distribute a Class B drug and two counts of possession with intent to distribute a Class E drug.  Police report they had received multiple complaints about possible drug activity at this address.

09/29/18 2:15 a.m.

Officers responded to Tobey Hospital due to a reported disturbance.  Officers Ryan Turner and Robert McLain encountered and arrested Robert Proctor, age 59, of Quincy.  He is charged with disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace and trespassing after notice.  Proctor reportedly refused to leave the hospital when requested to do so and allegedly became unruly when police approached him.

09/30/18 Midnight

Officers responded to the Briarwood Beach Motel for a reported disturbance. Officers observed a man attempting to leave the parking lot.   He was stopped and Mr. Paul Knueven, age 53, of Medway was arrested after an investigation.  Mr. Knueven is charged with OUI (second offense), negligent operation and possession of an open container in a vehicle.


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