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House of Correction for OUIs

Plymouth District Court arraignments and dispositions November 19 - 21

ARRAIGNMENTS

Monday, Nov. 19

Gregory L. Campbell, 40, of 40 Bourne Street, Plymouth, charged with larceny from a building (two counts), breaking and entering into a building in the nighttime for a felony and with malicious destruction of property valued at more than $250 in Plymouth.

Russell G. McGilvary, 63, of 39 Black Cat Road, Plymouth, charged with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol in Plymouth.

Matthew A. Wallace, 24, of 7 Canterbury Drive, Carver, charged with shoplifting by asportation, with possession of a Class B substance and with possession of a Class C substance in Plymouth.

Eileen Pratt, 57, of 29 Malden Avenue, Marshfield, charged with shoplifting by asportation of goods valued at more than $100 in Plymouth.

Tuesday, Nov. 20

Michael J. Bothelho, 34, of 29 Alden Street, Plymouth, charged with violating a restraining order (three counts) and with criminal harassment in Plymouth.

Wednesday, Nov. 21

Michael R. Nelson, 21, of 125 Mountain Hill Road, Plymouth, charged with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and with marked lanes violation.

Ashley Hoban, 27, of 10 Bay Colony Drive, Plymouth, charged with assault and battery with a deadly weapon in Plymouth.

Joseph Hoban, 28, of 38 Cypress Street, Plymouth, charged with assault and batttery with a deadly weapon in Plymouth.

David T. Chantre, 27, of 16 Webster Street, Middleborough, charged with possession of a Class A substance to distribute, and possession of a Class B substance to distribute.


DISPOSITIONS

Monday, Nov. 19

Brett T. Bisio, 38, of 29 Pryer Drive, Pocasset, charged with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, speeding, and with failure to stop for a police officer in Plymouth; sentenced to probation until Nov. 19, 2013 with screening for drugs and alcohol, 60-day loss of license and ordered to pay $600 in fees and complete a 90-day treatment program.

Kevin L. Gomes, 25, of 26 Douglas Avenue, charged with breaking and entering in the daytime for a felony and with larceny from a building in Plymouth; sentenced to three months in the house of correction suspended, supervised probation until Nov. 19, 2013 and ordered to pay $90 in fees and $50 a month in probation fees.

Tuesday, Nov. 20

Robert L. Maeder, 48, of 2 Oar and Line Road, Plymouth, charged with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol (second offense), failure to stop for a police officer, marked lanes violation, speeding and with resisting arrest in Plymouth; sentenced to 90 days in the house of correction, probation until Nov. 20 with drug and alcohol screens and ordered to pay $600 in fees and complete a 14-day inpatient program.

Wednesday, Nov. 21

Bonnie L. Cole, 49, of 881 Federal Furnace Road, Plymouth, charged with possession of a Class B substance to distribute, possession of a Class C substance to distribute in Plymouth; dismissed.

Steven Pimenta, 35, of 26 Wilson Road, Londonderry, New Hampshire, charged with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol causing serious injury, operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol (second offense), unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and with speeding in Plymouth; sentenced to 1 year in the house of corrections 90 days to serve, probation until Nov. 21, 2014 with drug and alcohol screens, two-year loss of license and ordered to pay $350 in fees, $65 a month in probation fees and complete a 14-day inpatient program.

Michael J. Lopes, 25, of 881 Federal Furnace Road, Plymouth, charged with possession of a Class D substance to distribute and with seeding; sentenced to 6 months in the house of correction suspended to May 21, 2014.

Michael J. Lopes, 25 of 881 Federal Furnace Road, Plymouth, charged with breaking and entering in the nighttime, larceny from a person and malicious damage to property valued at more than $250 in Plymouth; dismissed.

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