Thursday, April 4, 2013
The Hull Police Department arrested Stephen F. Deagle, who has been sought by the Wrentham Police on a felony warrant for a jewelry theft in town.
UPDATED STORY (The following information was provided by the Wrentham Police. Where an arrest or a charge was made, it does not indicate a conviction.) The Wrentham Police Department is reporting on their Facebook page that Stephen F. Deagle, 33, a suspect in a jewelry theft at the Wrentham Outlets, was arrested last night by the Hull Police Department. Police said, because of his parole violation status, he was not bailed. Deagle will be arraigned at Wrentham District Court for the theft at Zales. The continuing investigation is on-going and has identified a second suspect. Deagle's last known address was 91 Main St., Quincy. Wrentham police had issued a felony arrest warrent for him According to the Wrentham Police, the suspect is …
Monday, March 25, 2013
The Wrentham police arrested a Rhode Island man Sunday for not having the proper license for a firearm and for driving under the influence.
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Monday, March 25
(Information from Wrentham Police Blog) Wrentham police arrested Arthur Henebury of Warwick, R.I., charging him with not having the proper licence for a firearem and operating a motor vehicle, while under the influence of alcohol, Sunday at 7:40 a.m. Henebury was released on bail and will be arraigned at Wrentham District Court. Wrentham police officer Dan Morris said he came upon an apparently disabled car on Manchester Drive and alleged that Henebury had been operating under the infuence. The officer said following the arrest he conducted a search of the vehicle and discovered a loaded Browning 300 handgun, which police allege Henebury doesn't have proper identification for. Officer Scott Ellis assisted Morris on the scene.
Friday, February 22, 2013
The Norfolk County Police Anti-Crime Task Force and the Plainville Police Department made arrests for drug dealing and prostitution Thursday.
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Friday, February 22
(From the Plainville Police Facebook page) Detectives from the Norfolk County Police Anti-Crime Task Force (NORPAC) participated in an undercover sting operation with Plainville Police Thursday at 51 George St. in Plainville. This was the result of an ongoing investigation into drug dealing and prostitution. Plainville Sgt. Scott Gallerani and Ptl. Julie Barrett took a report from a neighbor about suspicious activity earlier this month, where several males allegedly had gone to the wrong address looking for 51 George St. Detective James Floyd was appraised of the incident and an investigation ensued. Two residents were arrested and a search warrant was executed. Tracy Augustine, 33 of Plainville was arrested and charged with: Sexual …
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Norfolk Police charged Michael Theroux of Ludlow with Enticement of a Child Under 16-years-old. The case is still under investigation.
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Tuesday, February 12
(From the Norfolk Police Department) Norfolk Police have arrested a 24 year old man from Ludlow and have charged him with five counts of Enticement of a Child Under 16 years of age. On Friday Feb. 9, Michael Theroux, 43 Motyka St. in Ludlow, was arrested after an investigation by Norfolk Detective Nathan Fletcher. Police allege Theroux had been driving to Norfolk to take an underage teen back to his home in Ludlow for illegal purposes. Theroux allegedly had met and started an on-line relationship with the victim through the internet, where he allegedly represented himself as a 17-yea old boy. On Friday afternoon, as the blizzard was getting under way, the victim was allegedlly picked up by Theroux and they were headed to…
Thursday, October 4, 2012
James M. Gallagher, 58, of Morse Street, Foxborough, was arrested by police on Sept. 30 after allegedly placing his left hand around the victim’s neck during a domestic disturbance and threatening to “slit her throat” with a knife, according to court docu
A Foxborough man was arrested at his Morse Street home on September 30 and charged with attempted murder after allegedly placing his left hand around a woman's neck during a domestic disturbance and threatening to “slit her throat with a knife,” according to court documents. James Gallagher, 58, of Morse Street in Foxborough was arraigned in Wrentham District Court Monday on the following charges: attempted murder, simple assault and battery, two counts assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and threat to commit a crime. Gallagher was held without bail at Norfolk County Correctional Center following his arraignment and will appear again at Wrentham District Court Thursday morning for his detention hearing, according to court documents…
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Norfolk police made arrests in an alleged break-in spree Tuesday afternoon with the help of a sick at home teenager.
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Wednesday, September 26, 2012
A teen home from school sick helped Norfolk police arrests two breaking and entering suspects Tuesday. Michael Couto, 45, of New Bedford, and Chelsea Smith, 21, of Mashpee, will be facing multiple felony charges, breaking and entering, breaking and entering, while placing a person in fear, larceny and malicious destruction in Wrentham District Court Wednesday, according to a FOX-25 report. The pair are wanted in connection with multiple residential housebreaks in Norfolk. While hiding in the family basement, the teen was able to report the incident to Norfolk Police. Officer Eric VanNess heard the call on his portable radio and responded to the scene after working on a local road detal. VanNess said on the FOX-25 report that he arrested …
Friday, May 4, 2012
Luminaries gathered in Wrentham District Court to celebrate the rule of law.
United States Senator Scott Brown and former Boston Mayor Raymond Flynn were on hand at Wrentham District Court today to celebrate Law Day. A massive flag flew over Route 140 in front of the courthouse as part of the day's celebration. Court Clerk-Magistrate Edward Doherty served as the master of ceremonies for the event. "On Law Day, we celebrate the fundamental rule of law, which separates our democracy from the dictatorships in the world," he said. Doherty noted that Senator Brown was first a part of the ceremony in 1998, when he was a town selectman. "He's since moved on to bigger and better things," he said. Brown said he had great memories of working as a lawyer in the courthouse. "This place is a very special place," he said. "It's …
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Man arraigned for allegedly threatening the life of Foxborough Selectman Mark Sullivan.
A Foxborough man accused of threatening the life of a local selectman over the Wynn casino proposal in that town was arraigned today in Wrentham District Court. Michael Viscardi, 40, of 1 Spruce Street in Foxborough, was charged with threatening to commit a crime — to wit, kill. He was ordered held on $5,000 bail by Judge Stephen Ostrach. The prosecution sought $100,000 bail, citing the facts in the police report and Viscardi's criminal record. According to the state, Viscardi spoke with Foxborough Selectman Mark Sullivan on April 15 and became extremely agitated. The state claimed at Viscardi began screaming at Sullivan, saying, if Sullivan did not change his vote, he was a dead man. The prosecution said, the next day, Sullivan drove down…
Friday, March 2, 2012
A Wrentham man has been charged with possession of child pornography, reports the Sun Chronicle.