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Worcester Superior Court

Judge John S. McCann

William Snarskis, 38, of 5 Power Station Road, Charlton, was sentenced to 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 assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (baseball bat). He was placed on probation for 3 years, to begin upon his release, after pleading guilty to assault and battery. As conditions of probation, he was ordered to stay away from the victim, to attend an anger management program, and to pay a $65 monthly probation fee. Charges of armed assault with intent to murder (baseball bat), armed burglary (baseball bat), armed assault in a dwelling (baseball bat), 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 intimidation of a witness were dismissed at the request of the commonwealth.

Judge Richard T. Tucker

Robert Martinez, 21, of 16 Bellevue St., Worcester, was charged with armed assault with intent to murder (firearm), assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (firearm), assault and battery, carrying a firearm without a license, carrying a firearm with ammunition, and possession of a firearm without a firearm ID card. The charges were dismissed.

Michael Harju, of the Worcester County Jail and House of Correction, West Boylston, was sentenced to three concurrent terms of 1 year to 1 year and a day in Walpole state prison after pleading guilty to three counts of assault and battery on a correctional officer. He was placed on probation for 2 years, to begin upon his release, after pleading guilty to assault and battery with a dangerous weapon . 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 and to attend an anger management program.

Judge Peter W. Agnes Jr.

Moses Rodriguez, 30, of 833 Main St., Worcester, was charged with trafficking in cocaine, distribution of cocaine (subsequent offense), and conspiracy to violate a drug law. The charges were 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.

Worcester Central District Court

Jury Session

Jury-Waived Cases

Judge Andrew M. D'Angelo

Robert A. Small, 19, of 253 Main St., Cherry Valley Cherry Valley can refer to several places:

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, charged with using a vehicle without authority and speeding, nolle prossed. A nol pros or nolle prosequi is a court filing reflecting a prosecutor's decision not to proceed with a criminal case after charges have been brought.

Judge Paul F. LoConto

Laqwon T. Brooks, 20, of 32 Zenith Drive, Worcester, charged with using a vehicle without authority, amended from receiving a stolen vehicle, sentenced to 1 year in the House of Correction, concurrent with another sentence now being served; having a snow or recreation vehicle on a public way, sentenced to a concurrent term of 60 days in the House of Correction, concurrent with another sentence now being served; driving with a suspended license, sentenced to a concurrent term of 10 days in the House of Correction, concurrent with another sentence now being served; failing to stop for police, filed with a guilty finding; speeding, found responsible, filed; receiving stolen property over $250 and using a vehicle without authority, amended from receiving a stolen vehicle, dismissed.

Justin M. Bundtzen, 23, of 46 Whitins Road, Sutton, charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or .08 percent, continued without a finding for 1 year, ordered to attend a driver alcohol education program, 45 days loss of license, $250 state fee, $250 head-injury fee, $50 victim's assessment fee, $50 victim witness fee; possession of Percocet, dismissed, $100 costs; and speeding, found responsible, filed.

Karen L. Wood, 21, of 31 Franklin St., Milford, charged with assault and battery, dismissed upon payment of bar advocate fee.

Judge David B. Locke

Justin T. Trinidad, 20, of Ronkonkoma, N.Y., charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or .08 percent, found not guilty; and marked lanes violation, found responsible, fined $100.

Criminal and Traffic Sessions

Judge Robert G. Harbour

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, 33, of 19 Auburn St., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license, dismissed, $50 costs; and driving unsafely, found not responsible.

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Judge Steven A. Thomas

Minh H. Duong, 38, of 46 Lakeside Ave., Worcester, charged with larceny over $250, continued to March 31.

Judge Andrew M. D'Angelo

Peter Rivera, 51, of 176 Maple Ave., Rutland, charged with shoplifting Ask a Lawyer

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, amended from shoplifting (second or subsequent offense), filed with a guilty finding; driving with a suspended license, amended from driving with a suspended license (subsequent offense), found responsible, filed; license plate violation, found not responsible; and possession of cocaine, dismissed.

Justin Carrasco, 24, of 61 Esther St., Worcester, charged with aggravated assault A person is guilty of aggravated assault if he or she attempts to cause serious bodily injury to another or causes such injury purposely, knowingly, or recklessly under circumstances manifesting extreme indifference to the value of human life; or attempts to cause or purposely or  and battery, violation of an abuse prevention order, and vandalizing property, continued to April 12.

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, N.Y., charged with violation of an abuse prevention order, continued to April 7.

Robert C. Carlson, 28, of 7 Loudon St., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license, failing to stop at a stop sign, and driving an unregistered vehicle, continued to April 7.

Stephen A. Leclair, 40, of 507 Main 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.  into a building 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. , continued to March 22 on $2,500 cash bail.

Brian Delaney Brian Delaney, noted session drummer, was born in 1967 in St. Louis, Missouri. Brian attended Southwest Missouri State University, and the University of North Texas. Brian currently is the drummer in the newly-reunited New York Dolls. , 51, of 103 Clay St., Worcester, charged with shoplifting (third offense), disturbing the peace, 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.
, assault, 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. , and threatening to commit a crime (assault and battery), continued to April 12 on $250 cash bail.

Judge Paul L. McGill

Paul W. Power, 42, of 34 Carol Drive, West Boylston, charged with assault and battery, continued to April 1 on $200 cash bail.

James Tamakloe, 68, of 38 Outlook Drive, Worcester, charged with failing to stop or yield and driving with a suspended license (subsequent offense), continued to April 22.

John F. Tracy, 23, of Quincy, charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or .08 percent, continued to April 6.

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, 25, of Springfield, charged with vandalizing property, intimidation of a witness, and assault and battery, continued to March 31 on $500 cash bail.

Ramon Feliciano Jr., 38, of Pittsfield, charged with driving with a suspended license (subsequent offense) and failing to signal, continued to April 13.

Jaime J. Rivera, 24, of 6 Emil St., Webster, charged with driving with a suspended license, continued to April 15.

David H. Bogosian Jr., 28, of 765 Main St., Worcester, charged with assault and battery, threatening to commit a crime (to murder), and intimidation of a witness, continued to March 31 on $1,000 cash bail.

Niko A. Guadalupe, 18, of 16 Northridge St., Worcester, charged with shoplifting and receiving stolen property under $250, continued to April 12.

Adam Hairapetian, 30, of 16 Nancy Drive, Auburn, charged with assault and battery, continued to March 31 on $750 cash bail.

Kourtnee J. Bourque, 21, of 6101 Arbor arbor

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 Drive, Shrewsbury, charged with being a common nightwalker, continued to March 24 on $850 cash bail.

Fendy Martinez, 19, of 20 Everett Gaylord Boulevard, Worcester, charged with armed robbery (firearm) and carrying a firearm without a license, continued to March 25 on $10,000 cash bail.

Angel M. Lopez, 21, of 270 Greeley St., Clinton, charged with attempting to commit a crime (breaking and entering into a vehicle), vandalizing property, breaking and entering into a vehicle or boat in the nighttime with intent to commit a felony, larceny over $250, leaving an accident scene after property damage, and driving negligently, continued to March 30 on $1,500 cash bail.

Nicholas J. Cook, 56, of 9 Millbury Ave., Shrewsbury, charged with trespassing, disturbing the peace, and breaking and entering into a building in the nighttime with intent to commit a felony, continued to March 31 on $2,500 cash bail.

Charles K. Kinyanjui, 41, of 1488 Main St., Worcester, charged with assault and battery, continued to April 7 on $500 cash bail.

Joseph A. Rosario, 17, of 19 Minthorne St., Worcester, charged with carrying a dangerous weapon (small axes), shoplifting, and receiving stolen property under $250, continued to April 15.

Katherine K. Jordan, 22, of 701 Main St., Worcester, charged with sexual conduct for a fee, continued to March 29 on $350 cash bail.

Michael L. Matthews, 42, of 8 Walcott Road, Shrewsbury, charged with possession of cocaine, sentenced to 30 days in the House of Correction, to begin upon his release from another sentence now being served.

Jon C. Gallivan, 42, of 13 Mendon St., Worcester, charged with assault with a dangerous weapon (frozen steak), trespassing, resisting arrest, and assault, continued to March 19 on $500 cash bail.

Judge Andrew L. Mandell

Nelson Ramos, 43, of 49 Ellsworth St., Worcester, charged with driving without a license, dismissed, $100 costs; kidnapping kidnapping, in law, the taking away of a person by force, threat, or deceit, with intent to cause him to be detained against his will. Kidnapping may be done for ransom or for political or other purposes.  and threatening to commit a crime (to murder), dismissed.

Harry H. Nelson, 42, of 1 Buckley Drive, Auburn, charged with driving with a suspended license (subsequent offense), driving with a suspended registration, and driving with a suspended license (subsequent offense), amended from driving with a suspended license, continued without a finding for 6 months, ordered to obtain a valid license, $100 victim witness fee; and having no inspection sticker on a vehicle, found responsible, filed.

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 Road, Boylston, charged with assault and battery and malicious destruction of property over $250, dismissed.

Taiwana L. Jakubiak, 35, of 10 Channing St., Worcester, charged with sexual conduct for a fee, sentenced to 20 days in the House of Correction.

Jose A. Colon, 33, of 16 Laurel St., Worcester, charged with receiving a stolen vehicle and malicious destruction of property over $250, sentenced to two concurrent terms of 6 months in the House of Correction, with 60 days to be served, balance suspended for 6 months, ordered to pay $900 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 .

Dianette Morales, 38, of 7 Rugby St., Worcester, charged with nine counts of failing to return leased personal property, continued to April 1.

Brian Cobill, 23, of 61 Eureka St., Worcester, charged with assault and battery, dismissed.

Julia McGuinn, 22, of 3 Egret Circle, Shrewsbury, charged with assault and battery, dismissed.

Jayson Smith, 21, of 89 Valmor St., Worcester, charged with assault and battery and malicious destruction of property over $250, dismissed.

Rosa Ramos, 43, of 182 Austin St., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended registration, dismissed, $50 costs; and driving an uninsured vehicle, dismissed, $50 costs.

Paul A. Kempskie, 42, of 1 Electric St., Worcester, charged with leaving an accident scene after property damage, continued without a finding for 6 months, ordered to complete 8 hours of community service and to attend the Brains at Risk program, $50 victim witness fee.

Arden E. Casiano, 32, of Moosup, Conn., charged with failing to return leased personal property, dismissed upon payment of $300 restitution.

Travis Bogosian, 24, of 209 Constitution Ave., Worcester, charged with assault with a dangerous weapon (knife), continued without a finding for 1 year, ordered to attend an anger management program and a residential treatment program, to remain alcohol-free, and to submit to random drug tests, $50 victim witness fee.

Erik P. Garey, 38, of 48 McCarthy Ave., Leicester, charged with possession of an open container of alcohol in public, found responsible, fined $50 and ordered to pay a bar advocate fee or to complete 20 hours of community service in lieu of fees; and violation of an abuse prevention order, dismissed.

German Pagan, 28, of 21 Bowdoin St., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license, driving with a suspended registration, and driving an uninsured vehicle, continued without a finding for 6 months, $50 victim witness fee; and refusing to identify himself to police, dismissed.

Jonathan Sanchez, 30, of 15 Russell St., Worcester, charged with assault and battery and intimidation of a witness, sentenced to two concurrent terms of 18 months in the House of Correction.

Jennifer A. Wilson, 33, of 97 Illinois St., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended registration, dismissed, $100 costs; having no inspection sticker on a vehicle, found not responsible; and driving an uninsured vehicle, dismissed.

Paul Rosario, 39, of 102 Rodney St., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license, dismissed, $100 costs; license plate violation and vehicle lights violation, found not responsible.

Judge Paul F. LoConto

Nelson A. Michael, 20, of 87 Pleasant St., Worcester, charged with armed robbery (firearm) and carrying a firearm without a license, continued to March 29 on $2,500 cash bail.
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