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Worcester Superior Court

Judge John S. McCann

Benjamin Ouwinga, 21, of 3 Old Elmdale Road, Uxbridge, was sentenced to three concurrent terms of 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.
 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 three counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (shod shod  
v.
Past tense and a past participle of shoe.


shod
Verb

a past of shoe

Adj. 1.
 foot, floor, table). He was placed on two concurrent terms of two years' probation, to begin upon his release, after pleading guilty to burglary burglary, at common law, the breaking and entering of a dwelling house of another at night with the intent to commit a felony, whether the intent is carried out or not. , amended from armed burglary, and civil rights violation. 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 pay $3,000 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 . Charges of home invasion home invasion
n.
Burglary of a dwelling while the residents are at home.

Noun 1. home invasion - burglary of a dwelling while the residents are at home
 and armed assault in a dwelling were dismissed.

Jose L. Torres, 32, of 70 Canterbury St., Worcester, was sentenced to two and a half years in the House of Correction, with eight months to be served, after pleading guilty to distribution 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 . The charge was amended from distribution of heroin (subsequent offense). 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 18 months with probation. 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. A charge of drug violation near a school or park was dismissed.

Judge Dennis J. Curran

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American educator and writer best known for her poem "America the Beautiful," written in 1893 and revised in 1904 and 1911.
 Road, Gardner, was sentenced to one year in the House of Correction, with six months to be served, after being found guilty by a jury of assault and battery. The sentence is to begin upon his release from any other sentences now being served. The charge was amended from assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (knife). The balance of the sentence was suspended for three years with probation. As conditions of probation, he was ordered to undergo a mental health evaluation with any related treatment and counseling as recommended by the Probation Department, to submit to random drug tests, to stay away from the victim and witnesses, and to attend AA or NA meetings three times a week. He was found not guilty by a jury on charges of armed assault with intent to murder (knife), threatening to commit a crime (to kill), and intimidation of a juror juror n. any person who actually serves on a jury. Lists of potential jurors are chosen from various sources such as registered voters, automobile registration or telephone directories. .

Worcester Central District Court

Jury Session

Jury-Waived Cases

Judge Austin T. Philbin

William B. Devitt, 65, of Holliston, charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or .08 percent (third offense), amended from driving under the influence of alcohol or .08 percent (fourth offense), sentenced to two years in the House of Correction, with 15 months to be served, balance suspended for two years, ordered to remain drug- and alcohol-free, to submit to random drug tests, to attend 90 AA meetings in 90 days and three AA meetings per week thereafter while on probation; 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.
, filed with a guilty finding; and state highway traffic violation, found responsible, filed.

Erik B. Binienda, 32, of 304 Lake Ave., Worcester, charged with criminal harassment Ask a Lawyer

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 and threatening to commit a crime (to murder), 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 have no contact with the victim or the victim's family; and intimidation of a witness, 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
.

Carmen Carmen

throws over lover for another. [Fr. Lit.: Carmen; Fr. Opera: Bizet, Carmen, Westerman, 189–190]

See : Faithlessness


Carmen

the cards repeatedly spell her death. [Fr.
 M. Rosario, 57, of 19 Village Drive, Southbridge, 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 receiving stolen property over $250, placed on probation for 18 months, ordered to remain alcohol-free.

Judge David B. Locke

Donna M. Allen, 46, of 151 Eastern Ave., 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 without a plea or finding and placed on pretrial probation for three months, ordered to stay out of trouble and away from the victim.

Joseph Simmons Joseph Lloyd Simmons (born November 14, 1964) is one of the founding members of hip hop group Run-D.M.C.. He is known as DJ Run, Joey Simmons or Rev Run, which is a play on his religious title. , 50, of 14 Home St., Worcester, charged with assault and battery, dismissed.

Ramon G. Perez, 43, of 113 Elm St., Worcester, charged with assault and battery, dismissed.

John O'Brien John O'Brien may refer to:

In public life:
  • John O'Brien (businessman), Former UK Director of Passenger Rail Franchising
  • John O'Brien (politician), New Zealand political candidate and party leader
, 32, of 125 South St., Auburn Auburn (ô`bərn).

1 City (1990 pop. 33,830), Lee co., E Ala.; inc. 1839. The city's economy centers around Auburn Univ.; there is some manufacturing.

2 City (1990 pop. 24,309), seat of Androscoggin co.
, charged with assault and battery, assault, and threatening to commit a crime (to murder), sentenced to three concurrent terms of one year in the House of Correction, with five months to be served, balance suspended for 18 months, ordered to undergo a mental health evaluation with treatment and counseling as recommended by the Probation Department, to remain drug- and alcohol-free, to submit to random drug tests, to attend a batterer's program, to abide by To stand to; to adhere; to maintain.

See also: Abide
 all restraining orders restraining order: see injunction. , and not to abuse the victims, $350 batterer's fee, $50 victim witness fee.

Douglas P. Hutchins, 42, of Shelton, Conn., charged with disturbing the peace, fined $150, $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; assault and two counts of threatening to commit a crime (assault and battery, 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. ), dismissed.

Judge Andrew M. D'Angelo

Joshua M. Dellaquila, 21, of 3 Pinedale St., Auburn, charged with breaking and entering 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. , dismissed upon payment of $300 restitution; and larceny over $250, dismissed.

Judge Thomas F. Sullivan Jr.

Dean A. Powers, 39, of 32 Hudson St., Shrewsbury, charged with driving with a suspended license (subsequent offense), amended from driving with a suspended license, and refusing to identify himself to police, continued without a finding for one year, ordered to complete 50 hours of community service, $100 costs, $50 victim witness fee; and red light violation, filed with a guilty finding.

Criminal and Traffic Sessions

Judge Andrew M. D'Angelo

Michael R. Wade, 47, of 5 Clay St., Worcester, charged with larceny from a building and injury under $5,000 to a church or synagogue synagogue (sĭn`əgŏg) [Gr.,=assembly], in Judaism, a place of assembly for worship, education, and communal affairs. The origins of the institution are unclear. One tradition dates it to the Babylonian exile of the 6th cent. B.C. , sentenced to two concurrent terms of six months in the House of Correction; trespassing, sentenced to a concurrent term of 30 days in the House of Correction; trespassing 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. , filed with a guilty finding.

Lakeisha L. Drayden, 31, of Boston, charged with driving with a suspended license, driving an uninsured vehicle, driving an unregistered vehicle, failing to stop at a red light, and license plate violation to conceal conceal,
v to hide; secrete; withhold from the knowledge of others.
 ID, continued to June 18.

Travis J. Beausoleil, 28, of 1 Budreau Ave., Millbury, charged with assault and battery on a person over 60 years old (motor vehicle) and larceny under $250 from a person over 60 years old or disabled with an injury, sentenced to two concurrent terms of 18 months in the House of Correction; and driving with a suspended license (subsequent offense), sentenced to a concurrent term of 60 days in the House of Correction.

Tina L. Rosenlund, 44, of 107 Hamilton St., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license, amended from driving with a suspended license (subsequent offense), sentenced to three days in the House of Correction; and license plate violation, found not responsible.

Carl J. Wooden, 29, of 40 Millbury Ave., Millbury, charged with driving an uninsured vehicle, license plate violation to conceal ID, driving an unregistered vehicle, larceny of 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. , larceny under $250, and larceny over $250 by false pretense false pretense
n. Law
False representation of fact or circumstance, calculated to mislead.

Noun 1. false pretense
, continued to May 23.

Luis Y. Trinidad-Rivera, 35, of 510 Cambridge St., Worcester, charged with refusing to identify himself to police, two counts of driving with a suspended license, license plate violation to conceal ID, and driving an uninsured vehicle, continued without a finding for six months, $100 victim witness fee; vehicle equipment violation, found not responsible; and driving an unregistered vehicle, found responsible, filed.

Gil A. Segarra, 23, of 78 Tower St., Worcester, charged with driving without a license, dismissed, $100 costs; obstructing an emergency vehicle, found responsible, fined $100; and state highway traffic violation, found responsible, fined $20.

Damian J. Ruggieri, 27, of 17 Frank St., Worcester, charged with driving an unregistered vehicle, found not responsible; license plate violation to conceal ID and driving an uninsured vehicle, dismissed.

Alicia M. Robinson, 18, of 1551 School St., North Brookfield North Brookfield is the name of some places in the United States.
  • North Brookfield, Massachusetts
  • North Brookfield, Maryland
, charged with driving with a suspended license, dismissed, $100 costs.

David M. Rodriguez, 46, of 38 Catharine St., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license, sentenced to 10 days in the House of Correction, suspended for three months, $50 victim witness fee; and speeding, found responsible, filed.

Chahinat Aqroub, 23, of 41 Bryn Mawr Bryn Mawr (brĭn mär), uninc. town (1990 est. pop. 10,000), Montgomery co., SE Pa., a residential suburb of Philadelphia. It is the seat of Bryn Mawr College (for women), opened in 1885 by the Society of Friends.  Ave., Auburn, charged with driving with a suspended license, continued without a finding for six months, $200 costs, $50 victim witness fee; and 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. , found not responsible.

Jonathan Martin Jonathan Martin (1782 – 1838) was an English arsonist, famous for burning down York Minster in 1829.

Martin was born at Highside House, near Hexham, in 1782, one of the twelve children of William Fenwick Martin and Isabella, née Thompson.
, 23, of 60 Riverlin St., Millbury, charged with driving with a suspended license, continued without a finding for six months, $150 costs, $50 victim witness fee; and license plate violation, found not responsible.

Anthony T. Fallon, 60, of 30 Thorne St., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended registration, dismissed, $100 costs; driving an uninsured vehicle, dismissed, $100 costs; and having no inspection sticker on a vehicle, found not responsible.

Judge David Ricciardone

Roy P. Kehoe, 47, of 25 Horseshoe horseshoe, narrow plate, commonly of iron or steel, shaped to fit a horse's hoof and attached to the hoof by nailing it to the inner edge of the horny wall of the hoof.  Drive, Auburn, charged with possession of cocaine Ask a Lawyer

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 and disturbing the peace, continued without a finding 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, to submit to random drug tests, to attend three AA meetings per week, to obtain full-time employment, and to have no contact with the victims, fined $100, $200 costs, $100 victim witness fee; disorderly conduct and four counts of assault, dismissed.

Thomas E. Winant, 38, of 17 Rob Roy Rob Roy [Scottish Gaelic,=red Rob], 1671–1734, Scottish freebooter, whose real name was Robert MacGregor. He is remembered chiefly as he figures in Sir Walter Scott's novel Rob Roy (1818).  Road, Worcester, charged with larceny over $250, assault and battery, and shoplifting Ask a Lawyer

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caught shoplifting at sears 12/05/05, first time, 20yearsold, have no criminal record.
, sentenced to three concurrent terms of six months in the House of Correction, with 30 days to be served, balance suspended for one year; and larceny over $250, placed on 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, to submit to random drug tests, and to attend a batterer's program, $280 victim witness fee.

Daniel L. Burrell, 22, of 195 St. Nicholas Ave., Worcester, charged with assault and battery, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (shod foot), and unarmed robbery, sentenced to three concurrent terms of 18 months in the House of Correction.

Lynda L. Cox, 37, of 26 Lafayette St., Worcester, charged with driving an uninsured vehicle, driving with a suspended license, and license plate violation to conceal ID, continued without a plea or finding and placed on pretrial probation for three months, $500 costs; and driving an unregistered vehicle, found not responsible.

Shayna L. Lanni, 24, of Riverside, R.I., 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, continued without a finding for one year, ordered to remain drug-free, to submit to random drug tests, and to obtain full-time employment, $50 victim witness fee; and possession of marijuana, dismissed.

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  • James Henry (delegate) (1731-1804), US lawyer, Continental Congressman for Virginia
  • James Henry (poet) (1798-1876), Irish poet and scholar
  • James Henry (writer), British comedy writer
, 62, of 25 King St., Worcester, charged with possession of cocaine, amended from possession of cocaine with intent to distribute, fined $625, $50 victim witness fee; and conspiracy to violate a drug law, dismissed.

Ricky Bethune, 41, of 41 May St., Worcester, charged with shoplifting and giving a false name or Social Security number to police, sentenced to two concurrent terms of 17 days in the House of Correction.

Edwin H. Olivencia, 38, of Boston, charged with receiving stolen property over $250, placed on probation for one year; and larceny under $250, filed with a guilty finding.

Shane Jefferson, 19, of 118 Rodney St., Worcester, charged with driving without a license, found responsible, fined $100; and failing to stop or yield, found responsible, filed.

Claretta Albert, 54, of 40 Belmont St., Worcester, charged with sexual conduct for a fee, fined $312.50, $50 victim witness fee.

Stephanie M. Woodman, 21, of 217 Patrill Hollow Road, Hardwick, charged with possession of THC THC tetrahydrocannabinol.

THC
n.
Tetrahydrocannabinol; a compound that is obtained from cannabis or is made synthetically; it is the primary intoxicant in marijuana and hashish.
 and possession of Percocet and furocet, dismissed.

Jason Simpson, 23, of 9 Fairbanks St., Worcester, charged with driving with a revoked license for being a habitual Regular or customary; usual.

A habitual drunkard, for example, is an individual who regularly becomes intoxicated as opposed to a person who drinks infrequently.
 traffic offender offender n. an accused defendant in a criminal case or one convicted of a crime. (See: defendant, accused) , fined $850, $50 victim witness fee; and assault and battery, dismissed.

Nicole S. Pervier, 27, of 1205 Grafton St., Worcester, charged with assault and battery, dismissed.

Christopher R. Cannalonga, 17, of 57 Catharine St., Worcester, charged with assault and battery and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (bottle), dismissed.

Edward Vasquez, 43, of 11 Oberlin St., Worcester, charged with driving without a license, amended from driving with a suspended license, fined $500, $50 victim witness fee; failing to stop for police, fined $100; and driving negligently, dismissed.

Judge Paul L. McGill

Carlos F. Machado, 56, of Lynn, charged with driving with a suspended registration, dismissed, $200 costs.

Ruben Santiago, 25, of 54 Millbury St., Grafton, charged with driving with a suspended registration, driving an uninsured vehicle, driving an unregistered vehicle, and vehicle equipment violation, continued to June 16.

Carlos F. Fontanez, also known as Alexander Castro, also known as Santiago Castro, 27, of Chelsea, charged with making an improper turn, driving with a suspended license (subsequent offense), and giving a false name or Social Security number to police, continued to June 17.

Carolyn M. Kinell, 17, of 50 Wyola Drive, Worcester, charged with being a minor in possession of alcohol, breaking and entering in the nighttime with intent to commit a felony, and possession of an open container of alcohol in public, continued to June 23.

Justin R. Panarelli, 19, of 12 Aitchison St., Worcester, charged with assault and assault with a dangerous weapon (BB gun), continued to May 27 on $1,000 cash bail.

Michael T. Ball, 19, of 25 Columbia St., Worcester, charged with malicious destruction of property over $250 and disorderly conduct, continued to June 18.

Juan C. Reyes, 45, of 27 Mount Vernon Mount Vernon, estate, United States
Mount Vernon, NE Va., overlooking the Potomac River near Alexandria, S of Washington, D.C.; home of George Washington from 1747 until his death in 1799.
 St., Worcester, charged with disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace, and possession of cocaine, continued to June 4.

Brian P. Lamotte, 17, of 166 Ingleside Ave., Worcester, charged with being a minor in possession of alcohol, two counts of being a minor in possession of a BB gun or air rifle, and possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, continued to June 5.

Alberto L. Hiraldo, 34, of 21 Preston St., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license, fined $625, $50 victim witness fee; and speeding, found responsible, fined $240.

Shawna L. Gotsis, 21, of 30 Roy St., Worcester, charged with leaving an accident scene after personal injury, continued to June 23.

Anthony J. Desimone Jr., 18, of 26 Main St., Millbury, charged with shoplifting and assault and battery, continued to June 19.

Jorge B. Baltan, 21, of 15 Lovell St., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license, continued to June 18.

Johnathan C. Ng, 32, of 111 Brigham Road, Hudson, charged with possession of cocaine, continued to May 28.

Vaycheslav Yeliseyev, 23, of 74 Alpine ALPINE Antihypertensive Treatment and Lipid Profile in a North of Sweden Efficacy Evaluation (drug trial)
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 Drive, Westboro, charged with possession of marijuana, continued to June 17.

Victor Berrios, 49, of 134 Elm St., Fitchburg, charged with driving with a suspended license, driving an unregistered vehicle, and registration sticker missing, continued to June 18.

Jose R. Gonzales, 34, of 32 Ripley St., Worcester, charged with possession of heroin, continued to June 18.

Melanie DeCastro, 17, of 35 Haynes St., Worcester, charged with being a minor in possession of alcohol, breaking and entering into a vehicle or boat in the nighttime with intent to commit a felony, and possession of an open container of alcohol in public, continued to June 23.

Tanya L. Leblanc, 30, of 61 Cedar cedar, common name for a number of trees, mostly coniferous evergreens. The true cedars belong to the small genus Cedrus of the family Pinaceae (pine family).  St., Worcester, charged with trespassing and possession of marijuana, continued to June 18.

Marcos O. Sanchez Jr., 25, of 59-1/2 Benefit St., Worcester, charged with two counts of assault and battery, malicious destruction of property over $250, disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace, and resisting arrest, continued to June 23.

Felix J. Bonilla, 24, of 1 Vendora Road, Worcester, charged with disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace, and resisting arrest (common law), continued to June 4 on $100 cash bail.

Johnny P. Ball II, 20, of 177 Warner Ave., Worcester, charged with disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace, and resisting arrest, continued to June 6.

James Racicot Sr., 53, of 208 Ingleside Ave., Worcester, charged with assault and battery, two counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (shod foot), and intimidation of a witness, dismissed.

Cody C. Petraitis, 17, of 14 Varnum St., Worcester, charged with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, continued to June 17.

Kendall E. Price, 17, of 177 Country Club Blvd., Worcester, charged with possession of marijuana, continued to June 17.

Russell A. Merchant, 48, of 39 Edgemere Blvd., Shrewsbury, charged with failing to stop or yield and driving with a suspended license (subsequent offense), continued to June 23.

Cameron N. Trudell, 17, of 17 Kansas St., Worcester, charged with possession of marijuana, continued to June 17.

Jose Vazquez, 36, of 32 Benefit St., Worcester, charged with distribution of cocaine, drug violation near a school or park, and conspiracy to violate a drug law, continued to June 10.

Anthony J. Iarossi, 35, of 22 East St., Whitinsville, charged with resisting arrest and possession of cocaine, continued to June 23.

Zackary P. Bailey, 19, of 14 John St., Worcester, charged with driving without a license and receiving a stolen vehicle, continued to June 23.

Marcellino Ortiz, 34, of 451 Sunderland Road, Worcester, charged with driving without a license, found responsible, fined $200.

Linda L. Pelkey, 45, of 258 Sutton St., Uxbridge, charged with driving without a license, dismissed, $100 costs; and speeding, found not responsible.

Judge Robert G. Harbour

Marcos A. Arroyo, 36, of 14 Hooper hoop·er  
n.
A maker or repairer of barrels and tubs; a cooper.
 St., Worcester, charged with assault and battery, intimidation of a witness, and trespassing, continued to June 5 on $700 cash bail.

Judge Thomas F. Sullivan Jr.

Steven W. Harris, 40, of 701 Main St., Worcester, charged with trespassing, sentenced to 22 days in the House of Correction; and malicious destruction of property under $250, dismissed.

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, 21, of 9 Abington St., Worcester, charged with possession of cocaine with intent to distribute and possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, continued to May 29 on $300 cash bail.

Selena Thompson, 37, of 51 Everard St., Worcester, charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (cardboard sign), continued to June 17.

Elizabeth Ruiz, 47, of 72 Dorchester St., Worcester, charged with driving without a license, found responsible, fined $100; license plate violation and failing to wear a seat belt, found responsible, filed.

Gina L. Warren, 30, of 17 Fairbanks St., Worcester, charged with driving an uninsured vehicle, driving with a suspended registration, and speeding, continued to June 17.

Edwin Barreto, 23, of 35 Cedar St., Worcester, charged with driving without a license, filed with a guilty finding; and vehicle equipment violation, found responsible, filed.

Judge David B. Locke

John O'Brien, 32, of 125 South St., Auburn, charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (office chair) and disturbing the peace, sentenced to two concurrent terms of one year in the House of Correction, with five months to be served, balance suspended for 18 months.

Michael Wilcox, 18, of 168 Beacon St., Worcester, charged with threatening to commit a crime (to kill), continued to June 25.

Judge Austin T. Philbin

Jonathan A. Vega, 19, of 4 Dixfield St., Worcester, charged with possession of marijuana, driving with a suspended license, and license plate violation, dismissed without prejudice.

Daniel R. Horgan, 18, of 590 Main St., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license, sentenced to 10 days in the House of Correction, suspended for six months, $50 victim witness fee; and having a vehicle not meeting the Registry of Motor Vehicles safety standards, found responsible, filed.

Westboro District Court

Judge Vito A. Virzi

Nghiep V. Pham, 20, of 102 Piedmont Piedmont, region, Italy
Piedmont (pēd`mŏnt), Ital. Piemonte, region (1991 pop. 4,302,565), 9,807 sq mi (25,400 sq km), NW Italy, bordering on France in the west and on Switzerland in the north.
 St., Apt. 2, Worcester, charged with larceny from persons, disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace and giving a false name to police, continued to May 29 on $200 cash bail.

Hugh C. Gibbs, 26, of Waltham, charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or .08 percent, continued without a finding for one year with probation, ordered to enter a drug and alcohol treatment program, loss of license for 45 days, fined $600; driving with a suspended license, dismissed; possession of marijuana, continued without a finding, concurrent with the first sentence, ordered to submit to random drug screening; and speeding, found responsible, filed.

Jean T. Desrosiers, 53, of 67 Wallace Ave., Auburn, charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or .08 percent, found not guilty.

Brian J. Gaudet, 19, of 1790 Massachusetts Ave., Lunenburg, charged with using a vehicle without authority, to be dismissed upon payment of $110 restitution.

Mellisa R. Amenia, 32, of 184 Vernon St., Apt. 1, Worcester, charged with receiving stolen property, continued without a finding for one year with probation, ordered not to use drugs, to submit to random drug screening, and to stay away from CVS (1) (Concurrent Versions System) A version control system for Unix that was initially developed as a series of shell scripts in the mid-1980s. CVS maintains the changes between one source code version and another and stores all the changes in one file. , fined $50; possession of Suboxone, continued without a finding for one year with probation; conspiracy to violate a drug law, dismissed; possession of Suboxone with intent to distribute, continued without a finding for one year with probation.

Bryan P. Kenyon, 44, of 15 Snow Road, North Grafton, charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or .08 percent, second offense, driving negligently and a state highway traffic violation, continued to June 20.

Timothy Powell, 23, of 11 Woodland Road, Northboro, charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or .08 percent, found not guilty; and speeding, found responsible, fined $150.

Carl J. Wooden, 29, of 40 Millbury Ave., Millbury, charged with possession of heroin, fined $250.
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