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Court Log: Woman Sentenced for OUI Charge with Kids in Car

Judges hear Shrewsbury cases in Westborough District Court.

Monday March 12:

Victoria C. Lane, 50, of 15 Dudley Rd., Oxford, was summonsed to court by a complaint Match 9 by and charged with OUI liquor second offense, leaving the scene of a property damage accident and marked lanes violation. Judge Vito Virzi continued the case to March 22.

Sean Martin, 26, of 170 Cross St. Apt. 2, Lowell, was arrested March 11 by Shrewsbury police and charged with OUI liquor. Judge Virzi continued the case to April 26.

Brenna Miller, 31, of 30 Shrewsbury Green Drive, Apt. K, Shrewsbury, was arrested March 10 by Shrewsbury police and charged with OUI liquor, second offense, negligent operation of a motor vehicle and marked lanes violation. Judge Virzi continued the case to April 26.

John Francks, 34, of 68A Millbury Ave., Apt. 206D, Millbury, was summonsed to court by a complaint Dec. 29 by Shrewsbury police and charged with larceny under $250 and larceny from a building. Judge Virzi continued the case to April 13.

William P. Packard, 56, of 17 Edgemont Rd., Shrewsbury, was arrested March 11 by Shrewsbury police and charged with assault and battery after police said he pushed the woman he had been dating out the passenger door as she drove with him. Judge Virzi continued the case to April 26.

Sean T. Kelly, 27, of 36 Grafton St., Shrewsbury, was summonsed to court by a complaint March 9 by Shrewsbury police and charged with possession of a class D drug with intent to distribute and carrying a dangerous weapon. Police said he was involved in an altercation at the Price Chopper parking lot and a collapsible baton, two knives, including one that was open and an aluminum baseball bat were found in his vehicle, police reports said. Judge Virzi continued the case to April 19.

Keith McLinden, 39, of 351 Mechanic St., Fitchburg, was summonsed to court by a complaint March 11 by the state Police in Shrewsbury and charged with OUI liquor, second offense. Judge Virzi continued the case to April 19.

Evan M. Fantaroni, 24, of 26 Kings Brook Ave., Shrewsbury, was arrested March 11 by the state Police in Shrewsbury and charged with OUI liquor. Judge Virzi continued the case to April 19.

Jon T. Kniskern II, 34, of 60 Commons Drive, Apt. 25, Shrewsbury, was arrested March 11 by State Police in Shrewsbury and charged with OUI liquor. Judge Virzi continued the case to April 5.

Erick L. Kainen, 27, of 30 Northgate Rd., Wellesley Hills, was summonsed to court by a complaint March 11 by State Police in Shrewsbury and charged with OUI liquor. Judge Virzi continued the case to April 5.

Sheri Lynne Malvey, 40, of 10 Seminole Drive, Worcester, was summonsed to court by a complaint Jan. 3 by Shrewsbury police and charged with uttering a false prescription and forgery of a document. Police said she used a false prescription to obtain 60 Ritalin tablets at a CVS in Shrewsbury. Judge Virzi continued the case to April 18.

Wednesday March 14:

Shane Wilcox, 25, of 91 Penn Ave. Apt. 2, Worcester, was arrested March 13 by Shrewsbury police and charged with possession of class D substance, possession of class D substance with intent to distribute, carrying a loaded firearm without a license, carrying a defaced firearm and possession of class B substance. Judge Robert Gardner continued the case to April 12.

Santos Salinas, 61, of 123 Dorchester St. Apt. 1, Worcester, was summonsed to court by a complaint Feb. 8 by Shrewsbury police and charged with concealing license plate, driving an uninsured motor vehicle and driving an unregistered motor vehicle. Judge Gardner dismissed the first two charges, with $100 court costs on the first and $500 on the second. He was found not responsible on the third charge.

Amanda Persall, 29, of 175 No. Main St., Apt. 2, Millbury, was summonsed to court by a complaint Aug. 25 by Shrewsbury police and charged with OUI drugs, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, operating with a suspended license, reckless endangerment of a child and marked lanes violation. Judge Gardner found sufficient facts on the first charge. The case was continued without a finding to March 12 with a 45-day loss of license, $600 in fines and admission to a substance abuse program. The next three charges were dismissed. She was found not responsible on the final charge. The charges resulted from an incident when she was driving on Route 20 in Shrewsbury and struck a tractor trailer, according to court documents. She admitted taking Vicodin and Ativan and had three children, ages 4, 6 and 10, in the car, court documents said.

Vagner J. Gomez, 37, of 14 Tremont St. Apt. 2, Marlborough, was summonsed to court by a complaint Jan. 9 by Northbrough police and charged with operating a motor vehicle in violation of license class, speeding, marked lanes violation and negligent operation of a motor vehicle. Judge Gardner continued the case to April 25.

Kayla Muniz, 20, of 49 Bailey Rd., Shrewsbury, was arrested March 13 by Shrewsbury police and charged with possession of a class D substance, possession of a class D substance with intent to distribute, possession of a firearm without a license and possession of a firearm with a defaced identification number. Judge Gardner continued the case to April 12.

Wilberto Rodriguez, 25, of 81 School St., Apt. 1, Southbridge, was arrested March 13 by Shrewsbury police and charged with possession of a class D substance, possession of a class D substance with intent to distribute, possession of a firearm without a license, possession of a firearm with a defaced identification number and possession of a class E substance. Judge Gardner continued the case to April 12.

Robin M. Murphy, 48, of 21 Greylock Ave., Shrewsbury, was arrested March 13 by Shrewsbury police and charged with OUI liquor and negligent operation of a motor vehicle. Judge Gardner continued the case to April 26.

Christopher Welch, 22, of 6 Veterans Way, Webster, was summonsed to court by a complaint Feb. 8 by Shrewsbury police and charged with negligent operation of a motor vehicle, marked lanes violation and failure to stop for a school bus. Judge Gardner continued the case to May 10.

Maura I. Spencer, 22, of 78 Endicott St., Quincy, was summonsed to court by a complaint March 11 by the state Police in Shrewsbury and charged with OUI liquor. Judge Gardner continued the case to March 21.

Diego G. Nascimento, 23, of 49 Baker Ave., Apt. 2, Shrewsbury, was summonsed to court by a complaint Jan. 30 by Westborough police and charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Judge Gardner dismissed the charge.

Thursday, March 15:

Jetta J. Panagopoulos, 28, of 363 Broadway Apt. 1, North Attleboro, was summonsed to court by a complaint Jan. 9 by Shrewsbury police and charged with operating with a suspended license and number plate violation. Judge Virzi dismissed the first charge upon payment of $600 and found the defendant not responsible on the second charge.

Michael P. Harding. 49, of 54 Tulip Circle, South Grafton, was summonsed to court by a complaint Feb. 2 by Shrewsbury police and charged with shoplifting over $100. Judge Virzi continued the case to April 26.

Friday, March 16:

Matthew J. Mctigue, 23, of 194 Moreland St., Worcester, was summonsed to court on a complaint Feb. 2 by state police in Shrewsbury and charged with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and speeding. Judge Virzi dismissed the first charge and found him not responsible on the second.

Matthew Dellerba, 25, of 29 Loxwood St., Apt. 1R, Worcester, was summonsed to court on a complaint March 15 by Shrewsbury police and charged with assault and battery. Judge Virzi continued the case to April 6.

Christopher D. Mackinnon, 32, of 34 Avon Drive, Hudson, was summonsed to court on a complaint Feb. 8 by State Police in Shrewsbury police and charged with operating with a suspended license. Judge Virzi dismissed the case upon payment of $200 in court costs.

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