Wareham Police Make More Warrant Arrests

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Brittany Tonello, age 32, of East Wareham was arrested on an active warrant. (WPD booking photo)

From the Wareham Police Department:

On Thursday, February 27, at 6:00 p.m. Casey Harris, 27, of Wareham, was arrested following a car stop on Minot Avenue. Mr. Harris had a default warrant for his arrest and was placed in custody by Officers James White and Kyle Gomes.

On Friday, at 1:15 a.m. Officer Ryan Turner observed Shaunelle Black, 35, of Wareham get into a car at the Atlantic Motel. Officer Turner was aware of an outstanding warrant for Ms. Black and placed her in custody after stopping the car on Cranberry Highway at Depot Street. 

About 30 minutes later, at 1:45 a.m. Officer Stephen Harrison observed a vehicle on the Cranberry Highway near Main Avenue and was aware of an active warrant for the owner of the car. Brittany Tonello, 32, of East Wareham, was arrested after her car was pulled over by Officers Harrison and Turner.

In the first two months of 2019, Wareham Police Officers have been very busy protecting and serving their community. Officers have responded to, or self-initiated over 8,000 incidents. These incidents include building and area checks, car accidents, domestic disturbances, medical emergencies, service calls, motor vehicle stops, and assorted crimes. Of these calls, 25 have been overdoses, and in 15 of these cases officers administered Narcan to the victim. There have been 203 arrests, criminal summonses, and people placed into protective custody as well.


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