Wareham Police Arrests from 10/28/19 to 11/4/19

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Michelle Burton, 32, of no certain address faces identity fraud and an outstanding warrant. (WPD booking photo)

From the Wareham Police Department:

On Saturday November 2, at 7:32 p.m., Wareham Police responded to 4 West Central Avenue for a reported breaking and entering in progress. When Officer Charles Pillsbury arrived he observed two people fleeing out of the back of the house. Officer Pillsbury gave chase and immediately grabbed one suspect. Officers Eric Machado and Calib Larue arrived as back-up however did not locate the second suspect at that time. Multiple items were reported missing from the home and have not yet been recovered.

Arrested on scene was Teena Hill, 47, of Onset, charged with breaking and entering in the nighttime for felony and larceny over $1,200.

The second suspect, Michael Pina, 34, of no certain address was spotted in Onset Center by Officer Joseph Cardoza on Monday, November 4 at about 5:15 p.m. and placed under arrest. Pina had an active warrant for breaking and entering in the nighttime for felony and larceny over $1,200.

Warrant Arrests:

On Monday, October 28, at 10:00 p.m., Officers Nate Aronson and Joseph Cardoza arrested Michelle Burton, 32, of no certain address, an active warrant. In addition she will be charged with identity fraud. Ms. Burton had tried obtaining services from a local business by using another individual’s information. Officer Aronson recognized her and realized it was false information, thereby resulting in the fraud charge.

On Wednesday, October 30, at 2:00 p.m., a Wareham Police detective arrested Alexander Yankopoulos, 47, of Onset, because of an active warrant on Carver Road. The arrest follows a motor vehicle stop in which the detective observed an expired inspection sticker on the car.

On Friday, November 1, at 2:48 p.m., Officers Stephen Harrison and Chris Corner arrested Earl A. Stewart IV, 29, of Pembroke, on Cranberry Highway near the police station following a vehicle stop. Officer Harrison observed Mr. Stewart as a passenger in a car and knew there were four active warrants for his arrest. Mr. Stewart originally gave a false name to Officer Harrison, however admitted his real name upon the arrival of Officer Corner.

As always, please bear in mind that defendants are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.


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