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Logs: Alleged Drug Violation Near Town Preschool

These are the Westborough related cases for the past week as they appeared in the logs of the Westborough District Court.

 

Court cases compiles by .

 

Tuesday, April 10

William T. Cullen, 42, of 212 Milk St., Westborough, was summonsed to on a complaint Feb. 22 by Northborough police on charges of negligent operation of a motor vehicle. The court magistrate continued the case to May 24.

Raymanuel Rivera, 20, of 12 Colton St. Apt. 2, Worcester, was summonsed to court on a complaint Jan. 6 by on charges of failure to stop for a police officer, marked lanes violation, number plate violation to conceal identification, operating an unregistered motor vehicle and operation an uninsured motor vehicle. The court magistrate continued the case to May 25.

Enrique Hernandez, 30, of 11 Grove St. Apt. 4, Westborough, was arrested April 10 by Westborough police on charges of unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and speeding. The court magistrate continued the case to May 23.

Wednesday, April 11

James Herdeck, 40, of 61 Dayton St., Worcester, was summonsed to court on a complaint Dec. 6 by Massachusetts State Police in Westborough on charges of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, motor vehicle lights violation and possession of a class B drug. Judge Vito Virzi dismissed the first charge and found him not responsible on the second charge. On the third charge, Judge Virzi found sufficient facts and continued the case without a finding until Oct. 9, placed him on supervised probation, ordered him to remain drug-free and undergo random screenings and pay a $65 monthly probation fee.

Jamie L. Robinson, 22, of 44 Second St., Apt. 3, Grafton, was summonsed to court on a complaint Feb. 8 by Westborough police on a charge of a drug violation near a school/park. She gave someone a leafy substance, determined to be a drug, in a clear plastic bag, according to court document. This happened with 635 feet of a preschool on Grove Street in Westborough. Judge Virzi continued the case to May 9.

Richard J. Cautela, 34, of 4 Baylor Ave., Westborough, was arrested April 9 by Northborough police and charged with OUI liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle and speeding. Judge Virzi continued the case to May 23.

James Munn, 25, of 14 ½  Hacker St., Worcester, was summonsed to court March 6 on a complaint by Westborough police and charged with driving with a suspended license, failure to stop for a police officer, speeding, motor vehicle lights violation, four counts of larceny over $250, possession of burglary tools and negligent operation of a motor vehicle. Judge Virzi found him guilty on the first charge, which was filed; responsible on the next two charges and not responsible on the fourth charge. Three of the larceny over $250 charges were dismissed. He was found guilty of one charge of larceny over $250, possession of burglary tools and negligent operation of a motor vehicle. He was sentenced to 18 months in the House of Correction for all three charges, with 37 days credit. The sentences will be served concurrently.
 

Thursday, April 12
 

John Foley, 45, of 1488 Main St., Worcester, was summonsed to court on a complaint Jan. 8 by Westborough police and charged with going the wrong way on a state highway, driving an uninsured motor vehicle and driving with a suspended registration. Judge Virzi found him not responsible on the first charge and dismissed the other two charges upon payment of $100 in court costs for each charge.


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