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The Patriot Ledger
Posted Nov 11, 2008 @ 01:11 PM

PLYMOUTH -

Troy R. Howell, 41, of 602 Mass. Ave., Boston, pleaded innocent to charges of heroin possession, suboxone possession, reckless child endangerment, drug violations near a school or park, heroin possession with intent to distribute and clonazipam possession. He was released on $500 bail and is due back in court Dec. 9.
Kingston police charged him Oct. 23.
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Stanley N. Holbrook, 40, of 111 Hawthorne Ct., Collegeville, Penn., pleaded innocent to a charge of assault with a dangerous weapon. He was released on his promise to return to court Jan. 7.
Halifax police charged him with threatening a man with a knife Nov. 4.
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Brandon P. Merry, 31, of 16 Durgin St., Plymouth, pleaded innocent to a charge of valium possession. He was released on his promise to return to court Dec. 29.
Pembroke police charged him Nov. 5.
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Charges of breaking and entering in the night with intent to commit a felony and larceny from a building against two Marshfield teens, Thomas H. Dindy, of 160A Union St., and Colin M. Fleming, of 17 Pages Lane, both 18, were continued without a finding for 18 months. The two were ordered to pay $2,311.65 restitution to the victim, refrain from drugs and submit to random urine tests. An additional charge of defacing property against Dindy was also continued for 18 months.
Marshfield police charged the two with breaking into an empty home to host a party and damaging bedding, a hot tub and other items in the home April 22.
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Ann M. Schwartz, 48, of 45 Fosdick Road, Carver, pleaded guilty to a charge of larceny over $250 by a single scheme. She was sentenced to three years probation and ordered to pay $7,439 restitution.
Plymouth police charged her with stealing cash from Dunkin' Donuts on South Meadow Road May 23.
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A charge of assault and battery against Warren J. Boyd Jr., 55, of 4 Castle Green, Marshfield, was continued without a finding for three months. Two counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon were dismissed.
Marshfield police charged him with beating a woman Aug. 13, 2007.
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Charges of larceny over $250 and leaving the scene of an accident after property damage against William R. Burt, 57, of 14 Perseverance Path, Plymouth, were dismissed over prosecutors' objections.
Kingston police had charged Burt with damaging a Sullivan Brother's rental car Feb. 14.
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John Hines, 47, of 1 Seaflower Lane, Marshfield, pleaded innocent to charges of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and assault and battery. He was released on his promise to return to court Jan. 21.
Marshfield police charged him with beating a woman and banging her head against a wall Nov. 5.
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Emily K. Richters, 27, of 6 Lafayette Ct., Plymouth, pleaded innocent to charges of second offense drunken driving, breaking and entering in the day with intent to commit a misdemeanor, assault and battery, driving to endanger, lane violations, speeding, leaving the scene of an accident after property damage and driving with an open container of alcohol. She was released on her promise to return to court Jan. 22.
Plymouth police charged her Nov. 5.
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A charge of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon against Michele R. Young, 41, of 3 Washburn Ave., Kingston, was dismissed after the victim refused to testify.
Kingston police charged her with threatening a man with a knife Sept. 28.
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Joseph Tavares, 20, of 86 Federal Furnace Road, Plymouth, pleaded innocent to a charge of heroin possession. He was released on his promise to return to court Dec. 19.
Plymouth police charged him Nov. 6.
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A charge of receiving stolen property over $250 against Jeffrey A. Hakkila, 38, of 15 Stafford St., Plymouth, was continued without a finding for one year.
Plymouth police charged him with stealing a 17-foot boat Sept. 8.

http://www.enterprisenews.com/news/cops_and_courts/x657634612/Plymouth-District-Court
 
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