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Braintree Patch Court Log Aug. 12, 2012

A roundup of Braintree cases going through Quincy District Court. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction unless otherwise stated.

Boston man charged with malicious damage

Marc A. Jacobson, 43, of 20 Richfield St., Boston, was arraigned in Quincy District Court on a charge of malicious damage to a motor vehicle and released on personal recognizance. The case was continued to Oct. 2. The charge stems from a Nov. 25, 2011 incident in the South Shore Plaza parking lot where Jacobson allegedly got into an argument with a woman who he accused of stealing his parking space. The victim told police Jacobson began yelling obscenities and banging the window on the driver's side of her vehicle. The woman said she went inside the mall to get away from Jacobson and that when she later returned to her vehicle she found it had numerous scratches on it.

North Andover man skips hearing on charges of identity fraud, misuse of credit card

Peter Moses, 30, of 88 Saunders St., North Andover failed to show up in Quincy District Court for arraignment on charges of identity fraud and four counts of improper use of a credit card under $250. A judge issued a default warrant. The charges stem from a Sept. 26, 2011 incident in Braintree. The victim told police someone had made five transactions on his Paypal acount totaling $721.80 and that they were processed without his knowledge or consent.

Abington woman charged with assault and battery

Janel F. Hayward, 33, of 21 Clapp St., Abington, was arraigned in Quincy District Court on a charge of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. The case was continued to Oct. 26. Hayward was released on personal recognizance.

The charge stems from a Nov. 1,2011 incident in Braintree at 9:16 p.m. when police responded to 150 Wood Road for a report of a domestic disturbance. Hayward is accused of hitting the victim in the face with her cell phone. Hayward stated the man began choking her with both hands and that she struck him with the cell phone to fight him off, according to the police incident report.

Braintree man faces larceny charge

William E. Hudson, 49, of 166 Broad St., Apt. 2, Weymouth, was arraigned in Quincy District Court on charges of larceny over $250 by single scheme and conspiracy. The case was continued to Oct. 3. Hudson was released on personal recognizance.

The charges stem from a Sept. 26, 2011 incident in Braintree after police responded to a report of a larceny in progress at Kmart on Grossman Drive. Hudson is accused of concealing $560 worth or store merchandise inside the store, police said in the incident report.

Braintree man faces credit card larceny charges

William M. Dorsey Jr. 26, of 6 Taylor St., Braintree was arraigned in Quincy District Court on two counts of uttering false writing and two counts of improper use of a credit card under $250. The case was continued to Sept. 18. Dorsey was released on personal recognizance.

The charges stem from a Sept. 11, 2011 incident in Braintree at 10 p.m. at Cumberland Farms, 830 Washington St., where police responded to a report of two men attempting to use another person's credit card to purchase four packs of cigarettes.

Hyde Park resident charged with selling marijuana

Jean Cassamajor, 35, of 75 Lewiston St., Hyde Park was arraigned in Quincy District Court on charges of possession of a Class D drug with intent to distribute as a subsequent offense, distributing a Class D drug, and operating a motor vehicle with license suspended as a subsequent offense. The case was continued to Sept. 5. Cassamajor was released on personal recognizance.

The charges stem from a Sept. 13, 2011 incident in Braintree at 7:15 p.m. when police charged Cassamajor with selling marijuana after a police surveillance. According to police, Cassamajor admitted to having a half ounce of marijuana, but a search of the vehicle uncovered two ounces of marijuana in the center console and $4,630 in cash inside a manila envelope.

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