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The Patriot Ledger
Posted Oct 13, 2008 @ 11:59 AM

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Dennis P. Stanley, 49, of 9 Bryan St., Marshfield, was found innocent of second offense drunken driving after a bench trial by Judge Catherine Hand. Judge Hand found him responsible for failure to stop and fined him $100.
Marshfield police charged himJuly 16, 2007.
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Charges of driving under the influence of drugs and cocaine possession against Melissa Maliff, 26, of 12 Johnson Trail, Marshfield, were continued without a finding for one year. She was found not responsible for passing and lane violations. A charge of driving to endanger was dismissed.
Marshfield police charged her Oct. 7, 2007.
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Charges of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and two counts of assault and battery against Sean M. Karavetsos, 24, of 10 Pinehurst Ave., Pembroke, were continued without a finding for six months. A charge of intimidation of a witness was dismissed. He was ordered to stay away from the victim.
Pembroke police charged him with hitting two people with a car door Nov. 23.
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Responsible findings on charges of lane violations and failure to wear a seatbelt against Matthew Allen, 22, of 70 Kendrick Road, Harwich, were filed. A charge of heroin possession was dismissed. A charge of marijuana possession was continued without a finding for one year.
Plymouth police charged him June 21.
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A charge of motor vehicle larceny against Shina M. Hines, 23, of 146 Boston St., Dorchester, was dismissed upon payment of $200.
Plymouth police charged her with stealing a 1996 Chevrolet Blazer April 8.
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Joshua P. Junior, 20, of 6 Bow St., Halifax, pleaded innocent to charges of marijuana possession with intent to distribute, marijuana possession and drug violations near a school or park.
He was released on his promise to return to court Dec. 10.
Marshfield police charged him Oct. 7.
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A charge of assault with a dangerous weapon against Mathew Zimmerman, 37, of 2 Lebaron Alley, Plymouth, was dismissed over prosecutors' objections after the victim refused to testify.
Plymouth police charged Zimmerman with threatening a person with a knife May 16.
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Charges of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and resisting arrest against Courtney C. Davidson, 21, of 10 Hood Drive, Plymouth, were dismissed at the request of the victim.
Plymouth police had charged her with throwing an instrument stand at her sister Aug. 10.
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Charges of malicious destruction of property over $250 and disorderly conduct against David K. Rouleau, 28, of 55 Epping St., Arlington, were continued without a finding for six months. He was ordered to pay $375 in restitution.
Plymouth police charged him with breaking a window at the Crow's Nest Restaurant June 21.
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Gerard J. Hayes, 45, of 80 Oak St., Duxbury, was found guilty of second offense drunken driving and driving to endanger. Judge Catherine Hand sentenced him to 90 days in jail suspended and two years probation on each finding. The sentences will run concurrently. Responsible findings for lane violations and driving with an open container of alcohol were filed. A charge of driving with a suspended license was dismissed.
Duxbury police charged him April 12.
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Kevin Coakley, 51, of 96 Bianca Road, Duxbury, pleaded innocent to charges of discharging a firearm near a highway, firing a gun within 500 feet of a house, and possession of a large capacity firearm without a license. He was released on his promise to return to court Dec. 4.
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Two counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and two counts of threatening to commit a crime against Joseph Rossetti, 43, of 913 State Road, Plymouth, were dismissed over prosecutors' objections after the victim refused to testify.
Plymouth police charged him with hitting a person with a beer can June 15 and a cane on May 27.
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Jonathan E. Cade, 22, of 750 Seneca St., Calhoun Falls, S.C., pleaded innocent to charges of cocaine possession with intent to distribute and cocaine possession. He was released on his promise to return to court Dec. 3.
Plymouth police charged him Oct. 8.
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Jacquetta I. Leland, 22, of 5446 Lemay Ave., Otis AFB, Bourne, pleaded innocent to a charge of larceny over $250 by a single scheme. She was released on her promise to return to court Nov. 25.
Plymouth police charged her with stealing $2,576 in a credit card fraud scheme at BJs Wholesale on various dates between August and Oct. 2008.
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Mark C. Carini, 38, of 111 Upland Road, Plympton, pleaded guilty to a charge of second offense drunken driving. Judge Lance Garth sentenced him to two years probation. Carini was found not responsible for state highway violations.
Pembroke police charged him Sept. 26.
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Michael P. Doherty, 36, of 6 First Ave., Scituate, received four months pretrial probation on a charge of malicious destruction of property over $250. A charge of breaking and entering in the night with intent to commit a felony was dismissed.
Pembroke police charged him with damaging property May 6.
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Richard P. Sullivan, 28, of 5 Alden St., Plymouth, pleaded guilty to heroin possession and marijuana possession. Judge Lance Garth sentenced him to 15 months probation on each finding. The sentences will run concurrently. Charges of heroin possession with intent to distribute, marijuana possession with intent to distribute, conspiracy to violate drug laws, and two counts each of carrying a dangerous weapon, drug violations near a school or park, and noproxen possession were dismissed.
Plymouth police charged him Nov. 15.
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Two counts of check forgery and two counts of larceny over $250 by a single scheme against Andrew Carreira, 25, of 15 Lincoln St., Plymouth, were continued without a finding for 18 months. Nine other counts of check forgery, six counts of receiving stolen property under $250, and nine counts of uttering a false check, against Carreira were dismissed.
He was ordered to pay $1,800 in restitution.
Plymouth police charged him with stealing checks from his mother in June and July of 2007 and from another person in April 2007.
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Glenn J. Vacari, 46, of 44 Curtis Drive, Plymouth, pleaded guilty to charges of assault and battery on a police officer, malicious destruction of property over $250 and resisting arrest. He received one year probation. Charges of intimidation of a witness, disturbing the peace, indecent exposure, and threatening to commit a crime were continued without a finding for one year.
Plymouth police charged Vacari Sept. 2, 2007.
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Charges of breaking and entering in the night with intent to commit a felony, larceny from a building and property vandalism against Patrick Bradley, of 28 Warren Terrace, and Joseph Maguire, of 22 Pilgrim Road, both 18 from Pembroke, were continued without a finding for one year.
Pembroke police charged the pair with breaking into the Pembroke Youth Basketball shed Sept. 13.
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Sean E. Bloomfield, 22, of 98 Water St., Plymouth, pleaded innocent to two counts of malicious destruction of property over $250, three counts of breaking and entering in the night with intent to commit a felony, two counts of larceny from a building and charges of failure to stop, speeding, driving with a suspended license, reckless driving and failure to stop for police. He was released on $200 bail and is due back in court Dec. 16.
Plymouth police charged him with breaking into three gas stations Oct. 8.
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Sean Rosado, 31, of 322 Ferry St., Marshfield, pleaded innocent to a charge of malicious destruction of property over $250. He was released on his promise to return to court Nov. 19.
Marshfield police charged him with damaging a 1986 GMC pickup truck Sept. 29.
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Jerome Vicks, 20, of 26 Worcester St., Boston, pleaded innocent to charges of breaking and entering in the night with intent to commit a felony, cocaine possession with intent to distribute, marijuana possession, assault and battery, trespass and malicious destruction of property under $250. He was released on $1,000 bail and is due back in court Oct. 20.
Plymouth police charged Vicks with breaking into an Algonquin Terrace apartment Sept. 28.
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Roger A. Santos Jr., 43, of 2 Commons Drive, Carver, pleaded guilty to charges of assault with a dangerous weapon, assault and battery and threatening to commit a crime. He received two years probation on each finding and was ordered to stay away from the victim. A second count of assault and battery was dismissed.
Plymouth police charged him with threatening a person with a knife Dec. 26.

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