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COLUMN: Worcester Superior Court

Judge Kathe M. Tuttman

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, 44, of 15 Liberty St., Worcester, was sentenced to 11 months in the House of Correction house of correction
n. pl. houses of correction
An institution for the confinement of persons convicted of minor criminal offenses.

Noun 1.
, with 30 days to be served, after pleading guilty to assault and battery. The charge was amended from assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (BB pistol). The balance of the sentence was suspended for two years with probation. As conditions of probation, he was ordered to have no contact with the victim and to attend an anger management program.

Worcester Central District Court

Jury Session

Jury-Waived Cases

Judge Austin T. Philbin

Paul G. Arsenault, 59, of 39 Negus ne·gus  
n.
A beverage of wine, hot water, lemon juice, sugar, and nutmeg.



[After Francis Negus (died 1732), English army officer.]

Noun 1.
 St., Webster, charged with violation of an abuse prevention order, dismissed without prejudice Without any loss or waiver of rights or privileges.

When a lawsuit is dismissed, the court may enter a judgment against the plaintiff with or without prejudice. When a lawsuit is dismissed without prejudice
.

Bruce F. Fraser, 50, of 11 Casey Drive, Milford, charged with violation of an abuse prevention order, continued without a finding for one year, ordered to remain drug- and alcohol-free and to submit to random drug tests, $50 victim witness fee.

Deborah A. White, 50, of 61 Vernon St., Worcester, charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or .08 percent, two counts of leaving an accident scene after property damage, driving negligently neg·li·gent  
adj.
1. Characterized by or inclined to neglect, especially habitually.

2. Characterized by careless ease or informality; casual.

3. Law Guilty of negligence.
, and two counts of assault with a dangerous weapon (motor vehicle), sentenced to six concurrent terms of 48 days in the House of Correction; failing to stop for police, filed with a guilty finding; and resisting arrest resisting arrest n. the crime of using physical force (no matter how slight in the eyes of most law enforcement officers) to prevent arrest, handcuffing and/or taking the accused to jail. , dismissed.

Judge David P. Despotopulos

Michael Cannon, 24, of Boston, charged with possession of Motrin, amended from possession of Motrin with intent to distribute, fined $150, $50 victim witness fee; driving without a license and using a vehicle without authority, dismissed.

Phillip Chipman, 34, of 221 Dewey St., Worcester, charged with resisting arrest, fined $500, $50 victim witness fee; disorderly conduct disorderly conduct

Conduct likely to lead to a disturbance of the public peace or that offends public decency. It has been held to include the use of obscene language in public, fighting in a public place, blocking public ways, and making threats.
, filed with a guilty finding; carrying a dangerous weapon (five-inch knife) and disturbing the peace, dismissed.

Criminal and Traffic Sessions

Judge Robert G. Harbour

Richard Zmijewski, 38, of 7 Gardner Place, Leominster, charged with shoplifting Ask a Lawyer

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, two counts of assault and battery, and 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.  over $250, placed on probation for one year, $50 victim witness fee; driving with a suspended registration, dismissed, $100 costs; driving an uninsured vehicle, dismissed, $100 costs; having no inspection sticker on a vehicle, found responsible, filed; failing to wear a seat belt, found not responsible; and receiving stolen property over $250, dismissed.

James Parrott, 22, of 32 Sibley Road, Winchendon, charged with possession of Ecstasy ecstasy, either of two drugs used for their euphoric effects. The original ecstasy, a so-called designer drug, also known as MDMA, is an analog of methamphetamine (see amphetamine). , continued without a finding for six months, $200 costs, $50 victim witness fee.

Alfred L. Cole, 47, of 1425 Main St., Worcester, charged with assault with a dangerous weapon (steak knife), dismissed.

Kerry Percy, 34, of 39 Kingsbury St., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license, fined $625, $50 victim witness fee; failing to stop at a red light, found responsible, filed; and license not in possession, found not responsible.

Darlene Zmijewski, 36, of 7 Gardner Place, Leominster, charged with shoplifting, fined $250, $145.97 restitution In the context of Criminal Law, state programs under which an offender is required, as a condition of his or her sentence, to repay money or donate services to the victim or society; with respect to maritime law, the restoration of articles lost by jettison, done when the , $50 victim witness fee; and receiving stolen property over $250, dismissed.

Wendie E. Hazzard, 21, of 50 Harrington Way, Worcester, charged with failing to stop for police, failing to stop or yield, driving under the influence of drugs, and possession of marijuana marijuana or marihuana, drug obtained from the flowering tops, stems, and leaves of the hemp plant, Cannabis sativa (see hemp) or C. indica; the latter species can withstand colder climates. , dismissed.

Lester R. Burdick III, 23, of Linwood, charged with driving with a suspended license (subsequent offense), sentenced to one year in the House of Correction, suspended for two years with probation, fined $625, $50 victim witness fee; driving improperly and speeding, found responsible, filed.

Chantal M. Votano, 24, of Watertown, charged with driving with a suspended license, dismissed, $1,000 costs; and driving an unregistered vehicle, found responsible, filed.

Judge Thomas F. Sullivan Jr.

Lynn Zmayefski, 41, of 23 Wilson St., Worcester, charged with two counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (DVD player A stand-alone device that plays DVDs. It contains a DVD drive and the electronics to decode the digital video. The device may play only manufactured DVDs, or it may be able to play DVD-R, DVD-RW and DVD+RW discs. DVD players are cabled to a TV or home theater system for display. , computer mouse), continued to Sept. 28.

Shannon P. Smith, 19, of 5 Fairbanks St., Worcester, charged with assault and battery and threatening to commit a crime (to cut her throat), continued to Oct. 10.

Sirlene S. Gomes, 54, of 97 Holden St., Worcester, charged with driving without a license, found responsible, fined $100; registration not in possession and speeding, found responsible, filed.

Quentin Smith Quentin Smith is a philosopher and professor of philosophy at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan. He is most well-known for his work in the philosophy of time, philosophy of language, philosophy of physics and philosophy of religion. , 24, of 17 Whipple St., Worcester, charged with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and drug violation near a school or park, continued to Oct. 3 on $2,500 cash bail.

Alessandra Campos Campos (käm`ps), city (1996 pop. 391,299), Rio de Janeiro state, SE Brazil, on the Paraíba River near its mouth. , 34, of 70 North Main St., Webster, charged with driving without a license, found responsible, fined $100.

Catherine Trotto, 25, of 431 Lake Ave., Worcester, charged with assault and battery and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (marble coffee table), continued to Oct. 10.

Edmar DeOliveira, 46, of 61 East Central St., Worcester, charged with driving without a license, found responsible, fined $100.

Andrew Robinson, 29, of 140 Belmont St., Worcester, charged with threatening to commit a crime (to do bodily harm The medical idea of (grievous) bodily harm is more specific than legal ideas of assault or violence in general, and distinct from property damage.

It refers to lasting harm done to the body, human or otherwise, although in its legal sense it is exclusively defined as lasting
), continued to Oct. 15 on $500 cash bail.

Judge Austin T. Philbin

Salvatore Barese, 43, of St. Petersburg, Fla., charged with driving with a suspended license, dismissed, fined $500; and having a nontransparent or obstructed ob·struct  
tr.v. ob·struct·ed, ob·struct·ing, ob·structs
1. To block or fill (a passage) with obstacles or an obstacle. See Synonyms at block.

2.
 window, dismissed.

Ronald N. Stultz, 46, of 200 Fairmont Ave., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license (subsequent offense), sentenced to six months in the House of Correction, with 30 days to be served, balance suspended for one year; refusing to identify himself to police and driving without a license, filed with a guilty finding; vehicle equipment violation and vehicle lights violation, found responsible, filed.

Judge David P. Despotopulos

Christine M. Williams, 25, of 122 West St., Douglas, charged with larceny under $250, amended from larceny of a drug, continued without a finding for one year, ordered to remain drug- and alcohol-free and to submit to random drug tests, $90 victim witness fee.

Judge Richard D. Savignano

Carolina Molina, 28, of 27 Arlington St., Worcester, charged with assault and battery, continued without a finding for one year, ordered to remain drug- and alcohol-free and to attend an anger management program.

Jeffrey A. Blackmore, 37, of 294 Providence Road, Grafton, charged with credit card fraud Credit card fraud is a wide-ranging term for theft and fraud committed using a credit card or any similar payment mechanism as a fraudulent source of funds in a transaction. The purpose may be to obtain goods without paying, or to obtain unauthorized funds from an account.  over $250, sentenced to 18 months in the House of Correction, concurrent with another sentence now being served.

Westboro District Court

Judge Paul S. Waickowski

Pascual Ramirez, 30, of 4211 Homestead Homestead.

1 City (1990 pop. 26,866), Dade co., SE Fla.; inc. 1913. A large Miami suburb with a growing Hispanic population, Homestead is a trade center for the redland district, known for its many varieties of citrus and other fruits and vegetables.
 Blvd., Westboro, charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or .08 percent, speeding, and marked lanes violation, continued to Oct. 31.

Ian N. Vorce, 17, of 45 Pope St., Hudson, charged with malicious destruction of property over $250, ordered to stay away from 2 Rutland Road, Northboro, continued to Oct. 25.

Jennifer M. Pacheo, 35, of 44 Wilson St., Hopkinton, charged with larceny under $250, shoplifting and possession of a Class E substance, continued to Oct. 25.

Michael J. Henderson, 34, of 128 Woodland Road, Southboro, charged with assault and battery, continued to Oct 18.

Joshua J. Moriarty, 18, of 1 North Pond Road, Worcester, 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.  with the intent to commit a misdemeanor (five counts), continued to Sept. 27.

Andrew Ferris, 23, of 8 Laurelwood Ave., Leicester, charged with driving with a suspended license and vehicle lights violation, continued to Sept. 28.

Joshua P. Megarry, 22, of 8 East Main St., Westboro, charged with receiving stolen property over $250 and uttering a false check, continued to Sept. 18.

George Berberian, 18, of 308 Ideal Road, Worcester, charged with being a minor in possession of alcohol, breaking and entering a vehicle or boat in the nighttime with the intent to commit a felony felony (fĕl`ənē), any grave crime, in contrast to a misdemeanor, that is so declared in statute or was so considered in common law.  (three counts), receiving stolen property, breaking and entering into a building in the nighttime with the intent to commit a felony (two counts), and larceny from a building, continued to Oct. 24.

Judge Vito A. Virzi

Muhammad A. Azim, 60, of Waltham, charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or .08 percent, and marked lanes violation, continued to Sept. 17.
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