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Court Log: Brainree Man Faces Jury on 2nd Drunk Driving Charge

Patch's Norfolk County Court Roundup for Feb. 4. The following information came from various courts in Norfolk County. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction unless otherwise stated.

Braintree

Case of alleged credit card fraud continued

Bassan Fleury, 23, of 238 Warren St., Randolph, had charges of larceny over $250, improper use of a credit card over $250, and improper use of a credit card under $250 continued to March 20 in Quincy District Court. The charges stem from a Nov. 4, 2011 incident in Braintree at 5:56 p.m. when police responded to Lord & Taylor at the South Shore Plaza for a report of a person being
detained for shoplifting involving a stolen credit card.

Braintree man charged with second-offense drunken driving to face jury in March

Paul J. MacEachern, 24, of 116 Burroughs Road, Braintree, had charges of second-offense drunken driving, negligent driving, and a marked lanes violation continued to March 5 for a jury trial in Quincy District Court. The charges stem from a May 8, 2011 incident in Weymouth at 1:50 a.m. when police observed MacEachern's vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed on Nash Road and pulled him over. Suspecting intoxication, police administered field sobriety tests and arrested MacEachern.

Boston man found guilty of receiving stolen property

Thomas F. Galvin, 37, of 64 Everett St., East Boston, was found guilty of receiving stolen property under $250 and sentenced to probation until Jan. 22, 2013. The court dismissed charges of receiving stolen property over $250 and larceny over $250. The charges stem from a April 18, 2011 incident in Braintree at 3:50 p.m. when police responded to Lord & Taylor at the South Shore Plaza for a report of shoplifters preparing to flee the store with stolen merchandise. Police recovered six bottles of men's cologne stolen from Sears, valued at $314, and a high-end lady's handbag taken from Filene's Basement.

Court dismisses armed robbery, assault charges

Joel R. Lewis, 40, of 237 County Club Lane, Brockton, had charges of armed robbery, assault with a dangerous weapon, and larceny over $250 dismissed by a judge. The charges stem from a May 7, 2011 incident in Braintree at 4:10 p.m. when police responded to Lenox Farms, 550 Liberty St., for a report of a woman who was allegedly threatened by Lewis, her former bodyguard.

Lewis then allegedly took $37 and a Prada handbag worth $2,000 and said he would kill the woman with a hammer, according to the police incident report. The court also dismissed unrelated charges of larceny from a person, entering at night placing a person in fear, assault and battery, threatening to commit a crime, and unarmed assault to rob.

Those charges stem from a May 10, 2011 incident in Braintree at 8:05 p.m. when police were dispatched to a Liberty Street apartment. The alleged victim told police her former bodyguard, Lewis, had assaulted her and took several items including a $500 gift card, Massachusetts driver's license, $50 in cash, prescription medications, and threatened to kill her, the police incident report said.

Canton

Canton man faces traffic charges

Nicholas A. Dibella, 22, of 86 Prospect St., Canton, was arraigned on charges of driving with license suspended, speeding, negligent driving, and a motor vehicle lights violation. The case was continued to March 14 for a pretrial hearing in Stoughton District Court.

The charges stem from a Sept. 2, 2011 incident at 2 a.m. on Elm Street in Canton when police spotted Dibella's vehicle with only one headlight on and traveling at a high rate of speed near an NSTAR detail working in an area where the road had been closed. Police, in the incident report, said Dibella came to an abrupt stop just 10 feet from an NSTAR truck.

Brockton man who allegedly made threat to face trial

Victor M. Feliciano, 44, of 17 Ground St., Brockton, had a charge of threatening to commit a crime continued to Feb. 29 for a bench trial in Stoughton District Court. The charge stems from a June 21, 2007 incident in Canton at 6:10 p.m. when police responded to a report of a dispute between two former business associates over an unpaid debt. Feliciano allegedly threatened to "get physical"
with the man if he didn't shut up, police said in the incident report.

Drunken driving case continued for hearing in March

Catilin E. Roche, 23, of 31 Evergreen Circle, Canton, had a charge of drunken driving continued to March 5 for a pretrial hearing in Stoughton District Court. The charge stems from a Aug. 20, 2011 incident in Canton at 1:20 a.m. when police pulled Roche's vehicle over on suspicion of operating under the influence. Police conducted field sobriety tests and arrested Roche. She consented to a
portable breath test which showed blood-alcohol levels of .129, .12, and .15. The legal limit is .08.

Milton

Drunken driving case continued without finding

Louis V. Le, 47, of 36 Yurick Road, Needham had a charge of drunken driving continued without a finding of guilty to Jan. 15, 2013 in Quincy District Court. Judge Diane Moriarty found Le responsible for a marked lanes violation and the finding was placed on file. The charges stem from a Feb. 13, 2011 incident in Milton at 1:30 a.m. when state police pulled Le's vehicle over because it was observed operating in an erratic manner. Police administered field sobriety tests and arrested Le on suspicion of being drunk.

Woman received pretrial probation for larceny, conspiracy

Sarah E. Callahan, 28, of 79 Reservation Road, Milton, was sentenced in Quincy District Court to one year of pretrial probation for 10 counts of larceny over $250 and 10 counts of conspiracy. The charges stem from incidents at Lowe's in Quincy on Aug. 11, 12 and 13, 2011, Aug. 19, 2011, and Aug. 23, 2011. Police said that Callahan and a male accomplice attempted to steal $2,470 in power tools at the self-checkout area.

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