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Worcester Superior Court

Judge Kathe M. Tuttman

Michael Labrecque, 52, of 56 North Bow St., Milford, was sentenced to two and a half years 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 one year to be served, after pleading Asking a court to grant relief. The formal presentation of claims and defenses by parties to a lawsuit. The specific papers by which the allegations of parties to a lawsuit are presented in proper form; specifically the complaint of a plaintiff and the answer of a defendant plus any  guilty to attempting to commit a crime. The balance of the sentence was suspended sus·pend  
v. sus·pend·ed, sus·pend·ing, sus·pends

v.tr.
1. To bar for a period from a privilege, office, or position, usually as a punishment: suspend a student from school.
 for three years with probation. As conditions of probation, he was ordered to have no contact with the victim or the victim's family Victim's Family was a hardcore punk band formed in 1984 in Santa Rosa, California by bassist Larry Boothroyd and guitarist and vocalist Ralph Spight. Drummer Devon VrMeer completed the trio.  and to undergo a drug evaluation with any related treatment and counseling as recommended by the Probation Department. A charge of failing to appear in court was filed after a guilty plea.

Richard Piper, 40, of Framingham, was sentenced to two concurrent terms of six to eight years in Walpole state prison after pleading guilty to two counts of armed robbery. The sentence is to run forthwith Immediately; promptly; without delay; directly; within a reasonable time under the circumstances of the case.


forthwith adv. a term found in contracts, court orders, and statutes, meaning as soon as it can be reasonably done.
 and not withstanding any other sentences now being served. He was placed on probation for five years, to begin upon his release, after pleading guilty to armed robbery. As conditions of probation, he was ordered to undergo drug and alcohol evaluations with any related treatment and counseling as recommended by the Probation Department and to submit to random drug tests.

Worcester Central District Court

Jury Session

Jury-Waived Cases

Judge David P. Despotopulos

Ziarty Tobo, 22, of 181 Washington St., Worcester, charged with assault and battery, found not guilty; and malicious destruction of property under $250, continued without a finding for six months, ordered to attend an anger management program, $50 victim witness fee.

Jesus Cintron Garcia, 25, of 54 Granite St., Worcester, charged with receiving a stolen vehicle and driving without a license, 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
 upon payment of $150 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 .

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, charged with assault, continued without a finding for one year, ordered to remain drug- and alcohol-free, to undergo a substance abuse evaluation with treatment and counseling as recommended by the Probation Department, and to submit to random drug tests; assault and battery and intimidation of a witness, dismissed.

Peter J. Roy, 21, of 31 South Main St., Millbury, charged with assault and battery, dismissed upon payment of bar advocate fee.

Judge Austin T. Philbin

John K. Kamanu, 29, of 3 Hill St., Webster, charged with assault and battery, continued without a plea or finding and placed on pretrial pre·tri·al  
n.
A proceeding held before an official trial, especially to clarify points of law and facts.

adj.
1. Of or relating to a pretrial.

2.
 probation for one year, ordered to remain drug- and alcohol-free, to undergo drug and alcohol evaluations with treatment and counseling as recommended by the Probation Department, and to attend 90 AA meetings in 90 days; and disturbing the peace, continued without a finding for one year.

Criminal and Traffic Sessions

Judge David B. Locke

Robert P. Hiitt Jr., 21, of 22 Burghardt St., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license, fined $500, $50 victim witness fee; having a vehicle not meeting the Registry of Motor Vehicles safety standards Safety standards are standards designed to ensure the safety of products, activities or processes, etc. They may be advisory or compulsory and are normally laid down by an advisory or regulatory body that may be either voluntary or statutory.  and license plate violation, found responsible, filed.

Matthew F. Gonynor, 31, of 32 Crescent St., Whitinsville, charged with having no inspection sticker on a vehicle and driving with a suspended license, continued to April 4.

Emmanuel E. Lugo, 31, of 66 Chatham St., Worcester, charged with assault and battery, continued to April 2 on $500 cash bail.

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. Gomez, 48, of 63 State St., Marlboro, charged with 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 and shoplifting Ask a Lawyer

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, continued to April 14.

Joseph D. Belsito, 20, of 122 Millbury Road, Oxford, charged with driving an unregistered vehicle, driving an uninsured vehicle, and driving with a suspended registration, continued to April 11.

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 St., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license and failing to wear a seat belt, continued to April 8.

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2. To align or position with respect to a point or system of reference.

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 St., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended registration, dismissed, $100 costs; driving an uninsured vehicle, dismissed, $100 costs; and license plate violation, found not responsible.

Kleber Ceron, 42, of 136 South Main St., Lancaster, charged with driving with a suspended license, fined $500, $50 victim witness fee; brakes violation, found responsible, filed; and refusing to identify himself to police, dismissed.

Emily Medina, 42, of 1 Marshall St., Leicester, charged with larceny under $250 and two counts of larceny over $250, continued to April 7.

Sabrina Garcia, 27, of 4 Henchman St., Worcester, charged with assault with a dangerous weapon (knife), 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.  in the daytime with 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. , and intimidation of a witness, continued to April 2 on $2,500 cash bail.

Billie Joe Whittington, 44, of Ashland, Tenn., charged with assault and battery, assault and battery on a police officer, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (motor vehicle), 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.
, 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 marked lanes violation, continued to April 4 on $500 cash bail.

Judge David P. Despotopulos

James T. Myers, 41, of 94 Stanton St., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license, sentenced to 10 days in the House of Correction; and speeding, found not responsible.

Judge David Ricciardone

Huy G. Nguyen, 22, of 7 Edgewood St., Worcester, charged with possession of heroin heroin (hĕ`rəwən), opiate drug synthesized from morphine (see narcotic). Originally produced in 1874, it was thought to be not only nonaddictive but useful as a cure for respiratory illness and morphine addiction, and capable of relieving , driving with a suspended license, failing to signal, and refusing to identify himself to police, continued to March 26.

Judge Robert G. Harbour

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, 37, of 72 Cambridge St., Worcester, charged with shoplifting (third or subsequent offense), amended from shoplifting, sentenced to six months in the House of Correction.

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Francisco Ortiz Quiles, 27, of 26 Lewis St., Worcester, charged with larceny over $250, larceny over $250 by a single scheme, and shoplifting, sentenced to three concurrent terms of six months in the House of Correction; giving a false name or Social Security number to police, filed with a guilty finding; and receiving stolen property over $250, dismissed.

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 Road, Dudley, charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or .08 percent (second offense), placed on probation for two years, ordered to attend a 14-day inpatient inpatient /in·pa·tient/ (in´pa-shent) a patient who comes to a hospital or other health care facility for diagnosis or treatment that requires an overnight stay.

in·pa·tient
n.
 program, fined $600, $250 head injury fee, $50 victim's assessment fee, $50 victim witness fee; driving with a suspended license, amended from driving with a suspended license for driving under the influence of alcohol, continued without a finding for three months; and failing to drive in the right lane, found responsible, filed.

Dean Benway, 40, of 76 Ives St., Marlboro, charged with carrying a firearm firearm, device consisting essentially of a straight tube to propel shot, shell, or bullets by the explosion of gunpowder. Although the Chinese discovered gunpowder as early as the 9th cent., they did not develop firearms until the mid-14th cent.  without a license, found responsible, fined $500; possession of a firearm without a Firearms This is an extensive list of small arms — pistol, machine gun, grenade launcher, anti-tank rifle — that includes variants.

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 Identification Card and carrying loaded firearms without a license, dismissed.

Edward Sullivan, 29, of 270 Reservoir St., Holden Holden, town (1990 pop. 14,628), Worcester co., central Mass., a residential suburb of Worcester; settled 1723, set off and inc. 1741. Manufactures include electrical and metal products, plastics, and machinery. , charged with driving negligently, sentenced to 30 days in the House of Correction; driving with a suspended license, failing to stop for police, license plate violation to conceal conceal,
v to hide; secrete; withhold from the knowledge of others.
 ID, and driving an uninsured vehicle, filed with a guilty finding; and driving an unregistered vehicle, found responsible, filed.

Consepcion Jimenez, 38, of 8 Elizabeth St., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license, found responsible, fined $100, $50 victim witness fee; and vehicle equipment violation, found responsible, fined $35.

David Perez Jr., 23, of 146 Malden St., Worcester, charged with assault and battery, sentenced to one year in the House of Correction, with four months to serve, balance suspended for 16 months, ordered to have no contact with the victim and to attend a batterer's program, $50 victim witness fee.

Kevin Rochon, 25, of 71 Hollis St., Worcester, charged with receiving stolen property under $250 and uttering a false check, sentenced to two concurrent terms of six months in the House of Correction.

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, 36, of 857 West Boylston St., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license (subsequent offense), sentenced to six months in the House of Correction; and having no inspection sticker on a vehicle, found responsible, filed.

Christopher Ainsworth, 33, of 33-1/2 Barclay St., Worcester, charged with two counts of assault and battery, sentenced to two concurrent terms of six months in the House of Correction, suspended for 18 months with probation, ordered to remain drug- and alcohol-free, to undergo a substance abuse evaluation with treatment and counseling as recommended by the Probation Department, to submit to random drug tests, and no abuse toward victims; assault and battery, placed on probation for 18 months; and attempted murder In the criminal law, attempted murder is committed when the defendant does an act that is more than merely preparatory to the commission of the crime of murder and, at the time of these acts, the person has a specific intention to kill. , dismissed.

Armando Baez III, 21, of 30 Wellington St., Worcester, charged with 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.  with intent to distribute, placed on probation for two years, ordered to remain drug-free, undergo a substance abuse evaluation with treatment and counseling as recommended by the Probation Department, to submit to random drug tests, and to remain employed full time, $50 victim witness fee; and drug violation near a school or park, dismissed.

Joseph Echevarria, 22, of 30 Wellington St., Worcester, charged with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, placed on probation for two years, ordered to remain drug-free, to undergo a substance abuse evaluation with treatment and counseling as recommended by the Probation Department, to submit to random drug tests, and to remain employed full time; and drug violation near a school or park, dismissed.

Harley D. Delancey, 17, of 29 Heywood St., Worcester, charged with shoplifting and possession of marijuana, continued without a finding for one year, ordered to remain drug- and alcohol-free, to undergo a substance abuse evaluation with treatment and counseling as recommended by the Probation Department, and to submit to random drug tests, $50 victim witness fee.

Phillip P. Corbett, 52, of 38 East Park Terrace, Worcester, charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (frying pan), dismissed.

Reginald L. Horsley, 34, of 6 Hollow St., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license, fined $625, $50 victim witness fee; and failing to stop or yield, found responsible, filed.

David P. Kazukiewicz, 29, of 6 Beckman St., Worcester, charged with assault and battery, dismissed.

Caroline Gakuru, 25, of 7 Monfort St., Worcester, charged with larceny from a building, dismissed without prejudice.

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, 19, of Walpole, charged with larceny from a building, disorderly conduct, and disturbing the peace, continued without a plea or finding and placed on pretrial probation for six months, ordered to complete 30 hours of community service, $50 victim witness fee.

James E. Wentworth, 33, of 860 Main St., Worcester, charged with vandalizing property, continued without a plea or finding and placed on pretrial probation for six months, ordered to complete eight hours of community service or to pay $50 victim witness fee.

Alicia A. Fuchs, 23, of 6 Beckman St., Worcester, charged with assault and battery, dismissed.

Peter Alberts, 41, of 141 Vernon St., Worcester, charged with being a disorderly person, amended from 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. , fined $100, $50 victim witness fee; and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (door), dismissed.

Peter Roy, 21, of 31 South Main St., Millbury, charged with possession of Vicodin and driving under the influence of alcohol or .08 percent, continued without a finding for one year, ordered to attend a driver alcohol education program, loss of license for 45 days, $250 state fee, $250 head injury fee, $50 victim's assessment fee, $50 victim witness fee; and speeding, found not responsible.

Judge Vito A. Virzi

Kosta J. Koutoulas, 39, of 113 June St., Worcester, charged with receiving stolen property under $250, driving with a suspended license (subsequent offense), amended from driving with a suspended license, driving an unregistered vehicle, driving an uninsured vehicle, license plate violation to conceal ID, failing to wear a seat belt, and having no inspection sticker on a vehicle, continued to April 8.

Casimir J. Kosciolek Jr., 33, of 31 Bushnell Road, Sturbridge, charged with driving without a license, found responsible, fined $100.

Maritza R. Gonzalez, 31, of 204 Beacon Beacon, city (1990 pop. 13,243), Dutchess co., SE N.Y., on the E bank of the Hudson River; settled 1663, inc. in 1913 when Fishkill Landing and Matteawan villages were united.  St., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license, found responsible, fined $100, $50 victim witness fee; speeding, found responsible, fined $120; and registration not in possession, found responsible, fined $35.

Brian A. Morse, 21, of 196 North Sturbridge Road, Charlton, charged with marked lanes violation and driving without a license, continued to April 11.

Sue K. O'Connor, 45, of 56 June St., Worcester, charged with assault and battery, dismissed.

Jeffrey J. Novia, 23, of 112 Puritan Ave., Worcester, charged with failing to stop for police, driving with a suspended license, license plate violation to conceal ID, driving an uninsured vehicle, and driving an unregistered vehicle, continued to April 4.

Bette J. Mallozzi, 46, of 63 State St., Marlboro, charged with larceny over $250 and shoplifting, continued to April 14 on $500 cash bail.

Patrick W. Loretta, 46, of 187 Pleasant St., Worcester, charged with being present where heroin is kept, continued to April 11.

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Daniel Rodriguez, 20, of 98 Vernon St., Worcester, charged with possession of marijuana, continued to April 9.

Benjamin E. Sloat, 39, of 187 Pleasant St., Worcester, charged with possession of heroin with intent to distribute and drug violation near a school or park, continued to April 11 on $1,000 cash bail.

Eric R. Standring, 19, of 135 Massasoit Road, Worcester, charged with possession of marijuana, continued to April 9.

Edward C. Go, 47, of 701 Main St., Worcester, charged with possession of heroin, continued to April 11.

George L. Guzman, 36, of 17 Federal St., Worcester, charged with possession of heroin with intent to distribute (subsequent offense), drug violation near a school or park, possession of oxycodone oxycodone /oxy·co·done/ (-ko´don) an opioid analgesic derived from morphine; used in the form of the hydrochloride and terephthalate salts.

ox·y·co·done
n.
, and possession of marijuana, continued to March 7 on $10,000 cash bail.

Carmelo Reyes, 18, of 3 Mount Pleasant St., Worcester, charged with violation of an abuse prevention order, continued to March 21 on $500 cash bail.

Adrian L. Pettway, 23, of 30 Orne St., Worcester, charged with possession of marijuana and possession of Ritalin, continued to April 9.

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, continued to March 28.

Michael Kuszewski, 17, of 47 Dell Ave., Worcester, charged with possession of marijuana, continued to April 9.

Dawn M. Sweeney, 42, of 1 Roys Drive, Spencer, charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (cell phone) and disorderly conduct, continued to April 11.

Camilo Reyes Jr., 18, of 3 Mount Pleasant St., Worcester, charged with violation of an abuse prevention order, continued to March 21 on $500 cash bail.

Shannon K. Lucey, 29, of 30 High St., Millbury, charged with six counts of larceny over $250 and two counts of larceny under $250, continued to April 4.

Steven Alvarez, 29, of Brooklyn, N.Y., charged with possession of cocaine Ask a Lawyer

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 and giving a false name or Social Security number to police, sentenced to two concurrent terms of 20 days in the House of Correction.

Carlos Febus-Lopez, 23, of 95 Endicott St., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license, fined $700, $50 victim witness fee; and having no inspection sticker on a vehicle, found responsible, filed.

Fabian Vera, 29, of 12 Winslow St., Worcester, charged with driving without a license, fined $200, $50 victim witness fee; and refusing to identify himself to police, fined $100.

Karim Watson, 24, of Boston, charged with driving without a license, fined $100, $50 victim witness fee; and failing to use care when turning, found responsible, fined $50.

Daryl Turel Barnes, 45, of 8 Freeland St., Worcester, charged with possession of cocaine, continued to March 28 on $500 cash bail.

Jennifer A. Bailey, 38, of 60 Kingsley St., Southbridge, charged with marked lanes violation, driving under the influence of alcohol or .08 percent (third offense), amended from driving under the influence of alcohol or .08 percent (second offense), two counts of driving with a suspended license for driving under the influence of alcohol, speeding, and refusing to identify herself to police, continued to April 3 on $1,000 cash bail.

Wendell J. Rodriguez, 31, of 58 Congress St., Milford, charged with driving without a license, fined $100, $50 victim witness fee; and vehicle lights violation, found responsible, fined $35.

Darin L. Austell, 39, of 60 Terrace Drive, Leominster, charged with driving without a license, fined $200, $50 victim witness fee; and marked lanes violation, found responsible, fined $100.

Damian K. Foster, 51, of 52 Mason St., Worcester, charged with failing to register as a sex offender sex offender n. generic term for all persons convicted of crimes involving sex, including rape, molestation, sexual harassment and pornography production or distribution. , continued to April 1 on $5,000 cash bail.

Judge Paul F. LoConto

Daniel A. Bueso, 28, of 2 Merrick St., Worcester, charged with driving without a license, dismissed, $200 costs; and marked lanes violation, found not responsible.

Judge Thomas F. Sullivan Jr.

Philip J. Unrine Jr., 48, of 701 Main St., Worcester, charged with distribution of suboxone, amended from distribution of suboxone (subsequent offense), and possession of Xanax with intent to distribute (subsequent offense), sentenced to two concurrent terms of six months in the House of Correction; driving without a license, filed with a guilty finding; and state highway traffic violation, found not responsible.

Judge Paul L. McGill

Jeffrey M. Milani, 17, of 13 Allen Ave., Oxford, charged with driving without a license, dismissed, $100 fine paid; and marked lanes violation, found not responsible.

Westboro District Court

Judge Vito A. Virzi

Itamar R. DaSilva, 37, of 34 South Main St., Westboro, charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, found not guilty; and driving without a license, found guilty, fined $200.

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2. A person who creates or alters sounds using this process.
, 58, of 69 Chase Road, Marlboro, charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, found guilty, placed on supervised su·per·vise  
tr.v. su·per·vised, su·per·vis·ing, su·per·vis·es
To have the charge and direction of; superintend.



[Middle English *supervisen, from Medieval Latin
 probation for two years with a $65 monthly probation fee, ordered to attend a 14-day inpatient program and aftercare af·ter·care
n.
Follow-up care provided after a medical procedure or treatment program.



aftercare

the care and treatment of a convalescent patient, especially one that has undergone surgery.
, and pay $350 in fees; marked lanes violation, found not responsible; and having no inspection sticker, found not responsible.

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, Southboro, charged with driving with a suspended license, continued without a finding for six months with administrative probation and a $21 monthly probation fee, also ordered to pay $150 in costs and fees; possessing or using a false or stolen motor vehicle document, continued without a finding for six months; and marked lanes violation, found not responsible.

John Dietel, 25, of 271 Sunderland Road, Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license, continued without a finding for six months with administrative probation and a $21 monthly probation fee, also ordered to pay a $50 victim witness fee; driving with a suspended registration, to be dismissed upon payment of $100 in court costs court costs n. fees for expenses that the courts pass on to attorneys, who then pass them on to their clients or, in some kinds of cases, to the losing party. ; and driving an uninsured motor vehicle, dismissed.

Judge Paul S. Waickowski

Christopher H. Cook, 18, of 3 Cardinal Circle, Shrewsbury, charged with two counts of breaking and entering a vehicle or boat during the nighttime with intent to commit a felony, continued without a finding for a year with probation and a $65 monthly probation fee, also ordered to have a drug evaluation and any recommended treatment, if needed, and to pay a $50 victim witness fee; and larceny over $250, possessing a burglar's tool, receiving stolen property over $250, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, and disturbing the peace, all charges dismissed.
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