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COURTHOUSE RECORDS.

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Worcester Central District Court

Criminal and Traffic Sessions

Judge Robert G. Harbour

Jason Hagopian, 21, of 55 Gates St. Apt. 3, Worcester, charged with assault and battery, continued to May 25.

Tammy Muse, 26, of 367 Mill St. Apt. 3A, Worcester, charged with assault and battery, found not guilty.

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, charged with 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.
, found responsible, fined $100; open container violation, found not responsible; 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.

Diane Nizigama, 28, of 39 Arthur St., Apt. 3, Worcester, charged with assault and battery, continued without a plea or finding for 3 months.

Kelvin A. Huertas-Montes, 18, of 87 Elm St., Apt. 6, Worcester, charged with assault and battery, continued without a finding for 6 months; disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace, dismissed.

Kenton C. Whitsey, 27, of Mattapan, charged with disorderly conduct, found responsible, fined $100; resisting arrest, dismissed; open container violation, found not responsible.

Thuan M. Hieu, 23, of 509 Plantation St., Apt. 102, Worcester, charged with two counts of 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, two counts of larceny over $250, assault with a dangerous weapon (knife) and threatening to commit a crime (murder), all continued without a finding for 2 years, ordered to pay $5,177.26 in restitution and to complete an anger management program; kidnapping, dismissed.

Jonathan D. Dean, 37, of 325 Plantation St., Apt. L3, Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license, driving an unregistered motor vehicle, driving with a suspended registration and driving an uninsured motor vehicle, continued to May 12.

Beth A. Zawalich, 33, of 8 Winfield St., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license and speeding, continued to June 11.

Angel Martinez Jr., 37, of 90 East Central St., Apt. 2, Worcester, charged with attempting to commit a crime (larceny), continued to May 12 on $100 cash bail.

Angenette Rose Burke, 29, of Framingham, charged with sexual conduct for a fee, sentenced to 27 days in the House of Correction house of correction
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An institution for the confinement of persons convicted of minor criminal offenses.

Noun 1.
, received credit for 27 days served.

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, 36, of 66 Vernon St., Apt. 2, Worcester, charged with possession of chemical Mace Chemical Mace

A trademark for a temporarily disabling liquid packed in aerosol form and sprayed in self-defense into the face of an attacker, thereby causing dizziness, irritation of the eyes, and immobilization for a short period.
 without a firearm ID card, continued to May 12 on $100 cash bail.

Gina M. Riani, 23, of 325 Plantation St., Worcester, charged with possession of heroin, possession of crack cocaine and 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.
, continued to May 20.

Judge Paul F. LoConto

Santos Gomez, 32, of 86 Austin St., Apt. 514, Worcester, charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (knife), assault and battery, malicious destruction of property and threatening to commit a crime (murder), continued to May 13 on $1,000 cash bail.

Judge James D. Barretto

Albert J. Horton, 24, of 145 Constitution Ave., Worcester, charged with threatening to commit a crime (murder) and disturbing the peace, continued to May 13.

Judge Paul L. McGill

Jose B. Cabrera, 34, of 262 Constitution Ave., Worcester, charged with assault and battery, continued to May 14.

Jennifer Garcia, 23, of 13 Plantation St., Worcester, charged with malicious destruction of property, continued to May 27.

John E. Cagnon, 41, of 5 Paul St., Worcester, charged with driving while under the influence of alcohol or .08 percent (second offense) and a marked lanes violation, continued to May 10.

Johann Donikian, 23, of 38 Fox St., Apt. 1, Worcester, charged with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and failure to use care in backing up, continued to May 13.

Epi Ortiz, 22, of 348 Shrewsbury St., Apt. 2, Worcester, charged with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, continued to May 13.

Cameron Truong, 27, of Quincy, charged with violation of an abuse prevention order, continued to June 7.

Michael Dion, 38, of 701 Main St., Worcester, charged with possession of crack cocaine, continued to May 6.

Kristi Leclair, 24, of 76 West St., Apt 1R, Worcester, charged with assault and battery and assault with a dangerous weapon (cell phone), continued to May 26.

Westboro District Court

Judge Paul S. Waickowski

David Parker, 23, of Natick, charged with assault and battery, armed larceny, and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, dismissed.

James M. Copp, 30, of 6 Main St., Apt. A, Southboro, charged with assault and battery, 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
.

Natalino L. Silva Jr., of 210 Brewer St., Northboro, charged with forgery, dismissed; and identity fraud, sufficient facts found, continued without a finding for 1 year with probation, $65 monthly probation fee, $50 victim-witness assessment, and restitution hearing May 14.

Linda M. Defeudis, 40, of 210 Green St., Northboro, charged with assault and battery, sufficient facts found, continued without a finding for 1 year with probation, $65 monthly probation fee and $50 victim-witness assessment.

Brandon Rezuke, 18, of 127 Worcester St., North Grafton, charged with six counts of statutory rape Sexual intercourse by an adult with a person below a statutorily designated age.

The criminal offense of statutory rape is committed when an adult sexually penetrates a person who, under the law, is incapable of consenting to sex.
 of a child, intimidation of a witness, and two counts of indecent assault and battery on a person 14 or over, continued to June 2, ordered to stay away from alleged victim.

Peter S. Kentel, 69, of 8 Leonard St., Southboro, charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, continued to May 25.

Walter Bardsley, 22, of 42 Flanders Road, Westboro, charged with driving under the influence of liquor and marked lanes violation, continued to May 24.

Thomas Williams, 60, of 655 Plantation St., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license, driving an uninsured and unregistered vehicle, and number plate violation, continued to May 24.
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