Recent Arrests by Wareham Police Department 4/16/19

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Jamin Maki, age 32, of Onset was arrested for disorderly conduct. (WPD booking photo)

From the Wareham Police Department:

Saturday, April 13th

6:30 a.m. - Officers responded to the area of Marion Road by Viking Drive for a report of a vehicle driving erratically. The caller then reported that the car pulled down Viking Drive, parking near the athletic track. As Officer Calib Larue pulled into the lot. he reportedly observed the vehicle crash into a guardrail and then attempt to leave. Officer Larue blocked the vehicle, preventing its escape. Officer Robert McLain and Sergeant Herb Noble arrived to assist Officer Larue. After further investigation, officers report they located suspected heroin and numerous pills in the vehicle. Officers also observed that the driver appeared impaired. Jonathan Boucher-Szwedko, age 25, of Wareham was placed under arrest and charged with operating under the influence of drugs, leaving the scene of a property damage accident, reckless operation of a motor vehicle, possession of a class “A” drug, and possession of a class “E” drug, 2 counts.

11:15 a.m. - David Coccoluto, age 51, of Onset, was arrested on a warrant at his residence.

Sunday, April 14th

8:00 p.m. -  Police responded to the Longwood Apartments for a reported fight in progress. Upon their arrival officers report that one man was immediately belligerent yelling, expletives and saying the fight was over. The man was described as hostile and aggressive, refusing to calm down. As a result, Jamin Maki, age 32, of Onset, was placed under arrest for disorderly conduct. Others involved in the reported disturbance were interviewed and no other charges are being sought by the Wareham Police. 

Monday, April 15th

7:00 p.m. - Officers Kyle Gomes and Christopher Corner arrested Aaron Whipp-Pacheco, age 24, of Wareham at 7 p.m. at his residence. Whipp-Pacheco had an active warrant for his arrest and was placed in custody without incident.


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