Wareham Police Make 17 Arrests Over the Weekend

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Katherine Greene, age 30, of Buzzards Bay was arrested on an open warrant. (WPD booking photo)

From the Wareham Police Department:

Seventeen people were arrested by Wareham Police over the weekend on various charges.  Arrests which have been released by the police are:

02/01/19 - Officer Christopher Smith arrested Briana Raponi, age 32, of no certain address, on a shoplifting charged. Raponi reportedly stole a bottle of liquor from a store and fled. Police said her vehicle was spotted near the Mill Pond Diner where she was arrested. Police said the bottle of liquor was found in the car.

02/02/19 - Joseph Dias, age 30, of New Bedford, was arrested by Officers Justin Silveira and Peter Silvia at about 1:20 a.m. following a motor vehicle stop on Sandwich Road for an outstanding warrant.

02/02/19 - Katherine Greene, 30, and Daniel Russ, 38, both of Buzzards Bay, were arrested at noon near the Dollar General by Officers Ryan Gomes and Steve Joy. Both had active warrants.

02/02/19 - At about 3:15 p.m. a detective arrested Marc Silva, 39, of Buzzards Bay, on an open warrant after observing him in the back seat of a car at Marion Road and Swifts Beach Road. 

02/03/19 - At about 1 a.m. Officers Robert McLain and Ryan Turner arrested John Cortes, age 38, of New Bedford, on High Street following a call for a disturbance. He was held on an active warrant.

02/03/19 -  Officers Zina Kelsch and Steve Joy arrested Sonia Grace, age 35, of Onset, at Stop and Shop. Grace is alleged to have tried to leave the store with more than $500 worth of items. She faces charges of larceny under $1,200.

 


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