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Plymouth Man Arraigned Relative To Duxbury Home Invasion, Held On $20,000 Bail

Plymouth District Court arraignments and dispositions December 17 - 19

 

ARRAIGNMENTS

Monday, December 17

Robert J. McDonald, 41, of 550 Liberty Street, Braintree, charged with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol in Plymouth.

Michelle V. Chafe, 23, of 120 Brookdale Street, Kingston, charged with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, marked lanes violation and with electronic messaging while operating a motor vehicle in Plymouth.

Tuesday, December 18

Jason P. Parsons, 34, of 26 Barbara’s Way, Plymouth, charged with breaking and entering in the daytime for a felony (three counts), receiving stolen property valued at more than $250, possession of a Class A substance to distribute, and with possession of a Class C substance to distribute in Duxbury; held on $20,000 cash bail.

Alexander Bonano, 29, of 171 Perry Street, Stoughton, charged with assault and battery with a deadly weapon in Plymouth.

Wednesday, December 19

Derek J. Landry, 27, of 100 Myrtle Street Apt. 301, Whitman, charged with larceny (two counts) in Plymouth.

Chad O. Bell, 23, of 104 204th Street, Hollis, New York, charged with uttering false writing, uttering a false credit card and with attempting to commit a crime in Plymouth.

Anthony Donofrio, 26, of 124 Lakeview Drive, Plymouth, charged with violating an abuse prevention order in Plymouth.

DISPOSITIONS

Monday, December 17

Kalie R. Masse, 20, of 3 Buckingham Drive, Sandwich, charged with assault and battery on a police officer, disorderly conduct and with showing a false RMV document; continued without a finding until December 17, 2014, 45-day loss of license and ordered to submit to drug and alcohol screening, pay $90 in court costs and pay $65 a month in probation fees.

Tuesday, December 18

Jason J. Christopher, 27, of 24 Hayloft Road, Plymouth, charged with breaking and entering in the nighttime and with malicious destruction of property valued at more than $250 in Plymouth; dismissed, failure to prosecute

Cynthia A. Baker, 49, of 51 Beaver Dam Road Apt. B, Plymouth, charged with possession of a Class C substance to distribute, contributing to the delinquency of a child, and with reckless endangerment of a child in Plymouth; dismissed, failure to prosecute.

Bryan T. Lally, 30, of 21 Church Lane Apt. 1, Buzzards Bay, charged with assault and battery and with intimidating a witness in Plymouth; continued without a finding until June 18, 2013 and ordered to pay $50 in court fees and $50 a month in probation fees.

Heather A. Mohr, 23, of 77 Esta Road, Plymouth, charged with larceny of property valued at more than $250 in Plymouth; continued without a finding until June 18, 2014 and ordered to pay $3,173 in restitution.

Ronald T. Foggie, Jr, 49, of 27 Buttonwood Lane, Plymouth, charged with assault and battery, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (two counts), resisting arrest and with intimidating a witness; dismissed, failure to prosecute.

Wednesday, December 19

Matthew Couet, 31, of 75 Dickson Drive, Plymouth, charged with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and with negligent operation of a motor vehicle in Plymouth; continued without a finding until December 19, 2013, 45-day loss of license, ordered to pay $600 in court fees, pay $65 a month in probation fees and complete a treatment program.

David W. Mcavenia, 51, of 160 Raymond Road, Plymouth, charged with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, negligent operation of a motor vehicle and with leaving the scene of an accident in Plymouth; continued without a finding until December 19, 2013, 45-day loss of license, ordered to pay $600 in court fees, pay $65 a month in probation fees and complete a treatment program.

Matthew J. Patricelli, 24, of 75 Brookside Avenue, Brockton, charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and with resisting arrest in Plymouth; continued without a finding until December 19, 2013 and ordered to pa $50 in court fees and $50 a month in probation fees.

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