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COURTHOUSE RECORDS.



COLUMN: COURTHOUSE RECORDS

Worcester Superior Court

Judge James R. Lemire

William Aghapour, 29, of 5 Risso Court, Worcester, was sentenced to two concurrent terms of 3 years to 3 years and a day in Walpole state prison after pleading guilty to charges of being a habitual criminal habitual criminal n. under the statutes of many states, a person who has been convicted of either two or three felonies (or of numerous misdemeanors), a fact which may increase punishment for any further criminal convictions.  and 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.  violation with one prior violent or drug crime. The charges were amended from a charge of firearm violation with three prior violent or drug crimes. He was also sentenced to a concurrent term of 2 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 guilty to firearm violation with three prior violent or drug crimes. He was placed on probation for 1 year, to begin upon his release, after pleading guilty to possession of marijuana with intent to distribute. As conditions of probation, he was ordered to remain drug and alcohol free, to undergo a substance abuse evaluation with any related treatment and counseling as recommended by the Probation Department, to submit to random drug tests, and to pay $65 month probation fee or to complete 8 hours of community service per month. Charges of improperly storing a large-capacity firearm near a minor, being a habitual criminal, and drug violation near a school or park were dismissed.

Amanda Hutchins, 27, of 21 Bowdoin St., Worcester, was sentenced to 9 months in the House of Correction after pleading guilty to burning personal property. She was placed on probation for 3 years, with 6 months of electronic monitoring, after pleading guilty to attempting to burn a building. As conditions of probation, she was ordered to remain drug and alcohol free, to stay away from the victims and the victims' property, to attend an offender's anonymous program, and to pay $65 monthly probation fee or to complete 8 hours of community service a month.

Joselito Santiago, 23, of 22 Rhodes St., Millbury, was sentenced to 2-1/2 years in the House of Correction after pleading guilty to possession of cocaine with intent to distribute. The charge was amended from distribution of cocaine (subsequent offense).

Worcester Central District Court

Jury Session

Jury-Waived Case

Judge David P. Despotopulos

Laura Coggeshall, 47, of Plymouth, charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or .08 percent (second offense) and driving with a suspended license for driving under the influence of alcohol, amended from driving with a suspended license, dismissed.

Criminal and Traffic Sessions

Judge Paul F. LoConto

Patricia A. Lynn, 49, of 20 Westminster St., Cherry Valley Cherry Valley can refer to several places:

Places in the United States:
  • Cherry Valley, Illinois
  • Cherry Valley, California
  • Cherry Valley, Pennsylvania
  • Cherry Valley (town), New York site of the Cherry Valley massacre
, charged with driving with a suspended license (subsequent offense), stop sign violation, failing to signal, possession of clonazepam clonazepam /clo·naz·e·pam/ (klo-naz´e-pam) a benzodiazepine used as an anticonvulsant and as an antipanic agent.

clo·naz·e·pam
n.
, 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. , possession of Vicodin, and possession of Suboxone, continued to Aug. 20.

Charles Price Charles Price is the name of the following people:
  • Sir Charles Price (1748-1818), was a UK MP 1802-1812.
  • Charles Price, Hindmarsh Island was a founder of South Australia
  • Charles Melvin Price (1905–1988), U.S. Congressman.
, 33, of 50 Franklin St., Worcester, charged with two counts of assault and battery, continued to Aug. 19 on $1,000 cash bail.

Phillip Jaiman, 25, of Stafford, Conn., charged with driving with a suspended license and state highway traffic violation, continued to Aug. 21.

Basio Doe, 20, of 21 Ludlow St., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license, continued to Aug. 18.

Timothy J. Garvey, 19, of 9 Ives St., Worcester, charged with being a minor in possession of alcohol, vandalizing property, and 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.
, continued to Aug. 21.

Lawrence O. Ansah Jr., 32, of 140 Beacon St., Worcester, charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, disturbing the peace, trespassing on state or county property, and assault and battery on a police officer, continued to Aug. 5.

Luis Morales, 18, of 94 Cutler St., Worcester, charged with trespassing, disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace, and resisting arrest, continued to Aug. 21.

Jeremiah J. Harmon, 33, of Pepperell, charged with driving with a suspended license (subsequent offense), refusing to identify himself to police, and speeding, continued to Aug. 5 on $250 cash bail.

Bradford J. Piers, 24, of 4 Watson Ave., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license, continued to Aug. 17.

Pascual Caez, 41, of 152 Beverly Road, Worcester, charged with assault and battery and kidnapping, continued to Aug. 20.

Wesley Barboza-DeSouza, 26, of 16 Stanton St., Worcester, charged with two counts of indecent assault indecent assault
n.
Sexual assualt.


indecent assault
Noun

a sexual attack which does not include rape

indecent assault n (BRIT) →
 and battery on a person 14 or over and giving a false name or Social Security number to police, continued to Aug. 5 on $10,000 cash bail.

Victor Pagan, 19, of 111 Country Club Blvd., Worcester, charged with driving without a license, found responsible, fined $200; and failing to use care when driving, found responsible, fined $100.

Justin Skerritt, 19, of 132 Country Club Blvd., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended registration, driving an uninsured vehicle, and driving an unregistered vehicle, continued to Aug. 18.

Charles T. Soares, 29, of 44 Chilmark St., Worcester, charged with driving without a license and leaving an accident scene after property damage, continued to Aug. 14.

Jesse J. Boulette, 30, of 17 Eddy St., Webster, charged with license plate violation to conceal ID and receiving stolen property under $250, continued to Aug. 19.

Caitlin J. Myatt, 20, of 34 Grove St., Spencer, charged with disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace, assault and battery on a police officer, resisting arrest, and conspiracy to violate a drug law, continued to Aug. 5.

Anthony P. Vallone, 33, of 26 Eastern Ave., Webster, charged with leaving an accident scene after property damage, continued to Aug. 10.

Daniel T. Sears, 20, of 103 Court St., East Brookfield East Brookfield is the name of the following places in the United States:
  • East Brookfield (CDP), Massachusetts
  • East Brookfield (town), Massachusetts
, charged with conspiracy to violate a drug law, continued to Aug. 5.

Sarah R. Carllson, 20, of 97 Maple St., Spencer, charged with uttering a false prescription and conspiracy to violate a drug law, continued to Aug. 5.

Danny Morales, 30, of 100 Illinois St., Worcester, charged with two counts of violation of an abuse prevention order, continued to Aug. 26 on $1,000 cash bail.

Alanson Cummings, 20, of East Lyme East Lyme (līm), town (1990 est. pop. 14,000), New London co., SE Conn., on Long Island Sound; settled c.1660, inc. 1839. The town has diversified light industry. Its many colonial buildings include the restored Thomas Lee House (c.1660). , Conn., charged with indecent exposure indecent exposure n. the crime of displaying one's genitalia to one or more other people in a public place, usually with the apparent intent to shock the unsuspecting viewer and give the exposer a sexual charge. , disorderly conduct, and disturbing the peace, continued to Aug. 20.

Fabio E. Zambrano, 47, of 48 Austin St., Worcester, charged with driving without a license and driving negligently, continued to Aug. 20.

Damian Bush, 25, of 182 Dewey St., Worcester, charged with two counts of driving with a suspended license and license plate violation, nolle prossed. A nol pros Noun 1. nol pros - an entry in the court record to the effect that the plaintiff or prosecutor will not proceed
nolle prosequi

entry - an item inserted in a written record
 or nolle prosequi [Latin, Will not prosecute.]

The term nolle prosequi is used in reference to a formal entry upon the record made by a plaintiff in a civil lawsuit or a prosecutor in a criminal action in which that individual declares that he or she wishes to discontinue the action as to
 is a court filing reflecting a prosecutor's decision not to proceed with a criminal case after charges have been brought.

Jason Ballanceau, 35, of Providence, charged with being a fugitive from justice An individual who, after having committed a criminal offense, leaves the jurisdiction of the court where such crime has taken place or hides within such jurisdiction to escape prosecution.  on a governor's warrant, nolle prossed.

Linda Mero, 54, of 27 Oak Ave., Worcester, 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.  of property over $100, nolle prossed.

Jersain Rosas, 26, of 146 Elm St., Worcester, charged with driving without a license and failing to stop or yield, continued to Aug. 20.

Tracy M. Hanson, 33, of 56 Esther St., Worcester, charged with assault and battery, continued to Aug. 20.

Julie A. Corey, 35, of 3 Henry Terrace, Worcester, charged with disturbing the peace, disorderly conduct, and assault and battery, continued to Aug. 21.

Mark H. Morello, 53, of 259 Clark St., Worcester, charged with marked lanes violation and driving under the influence of alcohol or .08 percent (third offense), continued to Aug. 4.

Nelson DaSilva, 39, of 484 Oak St., Shrewsbury, charged with driving without a license, fined $250, $50 victim witness fee.

Victor D. Sornoza, 27, of 19 Dryden St., Worcester, charged with driving without a license, driving negligently, and speeding, continued to Aug. 18.

Scott T. Phelan, 23, of 55 McCracken Road, Millbury, charged with driving with a suspended license (subsequent offense), continued to Aug. 18.

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Gonzalez spent two years in the Santos Laguna youth system, before joining the Bradenton Academy in 2006.
, 18, of 11 Dorothy Ave., Worcester, charged with unlawful possession of fireworks fireworks: see pyrotechnics.
fireworks

Explosives or combustibles used for display. Of ancient Chinese origin, fireworks evidently developed out of military rockets and explosive missiles and accompanied the spread of military explosives westward to
, found responsible, fined $50.

Judge David Ricciardone

Richard Gomez, 19, of West Hartford West Hartford, town (1990 pop. 60,110), Hartford co., central Conn., a suburb of Hartford; settled c.1679, inc. 1854. Industrial production, which comprises a geographically small part of West Hartford, includes machine tools and parts, aircraft accessories, air , Conn., charged with 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), continued to Aug. 21.

Michael A. Dalton, 46, of 69 Grove St., 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.  in the nighttime with intent to commit a felony, sentenced to 1 year in the House of Correction, concurrent with any other sentences now being served; and trespassing, filed with a guilty finding.

James S. Orstrom Jr., 34, of 10 Green Meadow Green Meadow may refer to:
  • Green Meadow, Florida
  • Green Meadow Township, Minnesota
 Court, Whitinsville, charged with possession of cocaine Ask a Lawyer

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I have been charged with possession of a small amount of cocaine in a nightclub in Banff.
 and possession of mushrooms, sentenced to two concurrent terms of 1 year in the House of Correction, suspended for 1 year, ordered to remain drug and alcohol free and to submit to random drug tests, $50 victim witness fee; possession of prescription medications, sentenced to a concurrent term of 6 months in the House of Correction, suspended for 1 year; and driving with a suspended license, sentenced to a concurrent term of 10 days in the House of Correction.

Theresa A. York, 39, of 81 Elm St., Worcester, charged with violation of an abuse prevention order, sentenced to 8 months in the House of Correction.

Jason S. Lavallee, 29, of 40 Catharine St., Worcester, charged with shoplifting Ask a Lawyer

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caught shoplifting at sears 12/05/05, first time, 20yearsold, have no criminal record.
 (third or subsequent offense), amended from shoplifting, receiving stolen property over $250, and two counts of receiving stolen property under $250, sentenced to four concurrent terms of 1 year in the House of Correction, to begin upon his release from any other sentences now being served; resisting arrest and disorderly conduct, sentenced to two concurrent terms of 6 months in the House of Correction; and disturbing the peace, dismissed.

Michael A. Demalia, 42, of 8 Phillips St., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended registration and driving an uninsured vehicle, continued without a finding for 3 months, $200 costs, $50 victim witness fee.

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Brenden St. Jean, 35, of Nashua, N.H., charged with violation of an abuse prevention order, dismissed.

Anthony M. Firmin, 22, of 830 West Boylston St., Worcester, charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (soda bottle) and assault and battery, dismissed upon payment of bar advocate fee or community service.

Richard Langelier, 37, of 376 Lake Ave., Worcester, 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 9 months, ordered to stay away from the victim, $200 costs.

Kelly Ann Cloutier, 27, of 18 Laurier St., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license, dismissed, $100 costs; uttering false writing, forgery forgery, in art
forgery, in art, the false claim to authenticity for a work of art. The Nature of Forgery


Because the provenance of works of art is seldom clear and because their origin is often judged by means of subtle factors, art
 of a check, and possession of ibuprofren, dismissed.

Judge Thomas F. Sullivan Jr.

Susan E. Shanley, 53, of 16 Flagg St., Worcester, charged with 10 counts of obtaining a drug by fraud and five counts of identity fraud, sentenced to 15 concurrent terms of 18 months in the House of Correction, with 30 days to be served, balance suspended for 4 years with probation, ordered not to possess or use controlled substances controlled substance n. a drug which has been declared by federal or state law to be illegal for sale or use, but may be dispensed under a physician's prescription.  or alcohol, to submit to random drug tests, to undergo any evaluations with treatment and counseling as recommended by the Probation Department, and to have no contact with the victims; driving an uninsured vehicle and driving with a suspended license, filed with a guilty finding; and driving an unregistered vehicle, found responsible, filed.

Westboro District Court

Judge Paul S. Waickowski

Brian P. Zabrecky, 30, of Easton, Conn., charged with two counts of assault with a dangerous weapon, and disorderly conduct, continued to Aug. 5 on $250 cash bail.
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