COURTHOUSE RECORDS.COLUMN: COURTHOUSE RECORDS
WESTBORO DISTRICT COURT
Judge Paul S. Waickowski
Hassan Musa Jenkins, 34, of 148 Millbury St., Worcester, charged with using a motor vehicle in a felony or larceny larceny, in law, the unlawful taking and carrying away of the property of another, with intent to deprive the owner of its use or to appropriate it to the use of the perpetrator or of someone else. , driving with a suspended license, negligent driving (two counts), unarmed robbery, receiving stolen property, assault with a dangerous weapon (motor vehicle), and assault with a dangerous weapon (motor vehicle) on a person over age 60; all charges were dismissed because of arraignment A criminal proceeding at which the defendant is officially called before a court of competent jurisdiction, informed of the offense charged in the complaint, information, indictment, or other charging document, and asked to enter a plea of guilty, not guilty, or as otherwise permitted , indictment and conviction in Superior Court.
Jose A. Cintron, 38, of 97 Loxwood St., Worcester, charged with receiving stolen property of less than $250, released on personal recognizance recognizance
In law, obligation entered into before a court or magistrate requiring the performance of an act (e.g., appearance in court), usually under penalty of a money forfeiture. The most common use of recognizance is in connection with bail in criminal cases. and continued to a pretrial pre·tri·al
A proceeding held before an official trial, especially to clarify points of law and facts.
1. Of or relating to a pretrial.
2. hearing Sept. 19.
Jason Englen, 25, of 109 Marlborough St., Apt. 2, Chelsea, charged with larceny of more than $250, trespassing, malicious destruction of property of more than $250, and receiving stolen property of more than $250, continued to a pretrial hearing Aug. 23 on $500 cash bail.
Paul Rano, 28, of 26 Alpine St., Millbury, charged with breaking and entering breaking and entering v., n. entering a residence or other enclosed property through the slightest amount of force (even pushing open a door), without authorization. If there is intent to commit a crime, this is burglary. for a misdemeanor, and trespassing, released on personal recognizance and continued to a pretrial hearing Sept. 5.