Plymouth County Court Log Dec. 23, 2011

A sampling of the Plymouth County Court logs from Plymouth and Hingham District Courts Dec. 23

Plymouth District Court

Plymouth man to face hearing for driving with a suspended license

Jonathan Geddis, 38, of 17 Park Road, Plymouth had a warrant charge of operating a motor vehicle after license suspension continued to Jan. 17 for a hearing in Plymouth District Court. The charge stems from a Dec. 5 incident at 9:37 a.m. in Plymouth.

Assault and battery case moves to hearing in January

Mary P. Johannesen, 59, of 13 Main St., Plymouth had charges of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and a warrant charge of operating a motor vehicle unregistered continued to Jan. 5 for a pretrial hearing in Plymouth District Court. The charges stem from a Dec. 4 incident at 11:46 a.m. on Main Street in Plymouth.

Hingham District Court

Alleged shoplifter due back in court in January

Nicole N. Neita, 34, of 31 Lonsdale St., Apt. 2, Dorchester had a charge of larceny over $250 continued to Jan. 24 for a pretrial hearing in Hingham District Court. The charge stems from a Nov. 28 incident in Hingham at 9:25 p.m. when police responded to White House/Black Market, 94 Derby St., for a report of a shoplifter. A store employee reported seeing Neita stuff a leather coat into her handbag, then leave the store in a hurry. Police located Neita walking along the access road to Derby Street and recovered the handbag tucked against a wall in front of the Chipotle's restaurant. Inside the handbag there was the leather jacket and a dress from the same store, both still bearing price tags, police said in the incident report.

Alleged shoplifter to face hearing in February

Colleen M. Hanlon, 38, of 39 Amity St., Lynn had a charge of shoplifting over $100 by concealing merchandise continued to Feb. 10 for a pretrial hearing in Hingham District Court. The charge stems from a March 25 incident at J.Jill, 98 Derby St., in Hingham at 3:01 p.m. when police responded to a report of a store employee being struck by a vehicle Hanlon was riding in after the shoplifting took place. The employee was not hurt. Witnesses said Hanlon and a male accomplice entered the store and that Hanlon began looking at dresses while the other party, wearing a sculley cap, looked at jewelry. Hanlon then left the store in a hurry, with clothing hanging out of her purse, the price tags in full view. Police allege Hanlon shoplifted a $39 scarf, a $29 gray shirt, a $59 blue sweater, and a $59 white sweater.


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