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Court: Shrewsbury Man Faces Drug Charge

Police reported the man was found with 14 bags of marijuana.

Wednesday Feb 29:

Roger Katinas, 23, of 30 Everad St. Apt. 2, Worcester, was arrested Sept. 7 by Shrewsbury police and charged with shoplifting and trespassing. Judge Robert Calagione found him guilty on both counts. He was sentenced to six months in the House of Correction, with 13 days credit, on the first charge. He was ordered to serve the same sentence concurrent with the first sentence on the second charge.

Robert A. Clark Jr., 33, of 10 Hacker St., Worcester, was summonsed to court on a complaint Dec. 12 by the state police for an incident in Shrewsbury. He was charged with number plate violation to conceal identification, operating with a suspended license, operating with a suspended registration and driving an uninsured vehicle. All charges were dismissed by Judge Calagione, the second and fourth charge upon payment of $200 in court costs.

Thursday, March 1:

Gary A. Gentile Jr., 36, of 15 Sunny Hill Rd., Northborough, was summonsed to court on a complaint Jan. 3 by Shrewsbury police on a charge of larceny by check. He was charged with two illegal checks to Price Chopper in Shrewsbury, Judge Vito Virzi found sufficient facts and continued the case to Feb. 28 and ordered him to pay $200 in court costs and $281 in restitution.

Friday, March 2:

Hibah A. Nour, 23, of 141 So. Quinsigamond Ave., Shrewsbury, was summonsed to court on a complaint Jan. 23 by Northborough police and charged with operating with a suspended license and having no inspection sticker. Judge Vito Virzi dismissed the first charge upon payment of $200 in court costs and found the defendant not responsible on the second charge.

Zachary Burnham, 19,of 552 Main St. Apt. 5, Shrewsbury, was arrested March 1 by Shrewsbury police and charged with possession of a class D drug and contributing to the delinquency of a child. Police reports said he was observed smoking in the White City Shopping Center parking lot with 14 bags of marijuana in the car. Five 15-year-old boys said they were smoking with him, the report said. Judge Virzi continued the case to April 6.

Ruth A. Aboagye, 52, of 28 Travis St., Worcester, was summonsed to court on a complaint Jan. 6 by Shrewsbury police and charged with operating an unlicensed motor vehicle and failure to yield at an intersection. Judge Virzi dismissed the first charge on payment of $200 in court costs and found her not responsible on the second charge.

William A. Portillo, 41, of 380 Grafton St., Worcester, was summonsed to court on a complaint Jan. 30 by Shrewsbury police and charged with having no inspection sticker, operating after license was suspended and driving an uninsured motor vehicle. Judge Virzi found him not responsible on the first charge and dismissed the other charges, with $350 in court costs to be paid for the third charge.

Eric P. Moynihan, 35, of 121 Silver Leaf Way, Marlborough, was summonsed to court on a complaint Jan. 30 by Shrewsbury police and charged with speeding in violation of special regulations and driving with a suspended license. Judge Virzi found him not responsible on the first charge and dismissed the second charge upon payment of $200 in court costs.

Nicholas M. Hehir, 23, of 1 Rice Ave., Shrewsbury, was summonsed to court on a complaint Sept. 20 by Shrewsbury police and charged with having a firearm without a property FID card. Judge Virzi found sufficient facts and continued the case without a finding to March 5, 2013.

Nicholas M. Hehir, 23, of 1 Rice Ave., Shrewsbury, was summonsed to court on a complaint Sept. 19 by Shrewsbury police and charged with five counts of possession of a class B drug and one count of possession of a class B drug with intent to distribute. Judge Virzi dismissed all charges except the intent to distribute. Judge Virzi found sufficient facts for that charge and continued the case without a finding to March 5, 2013. He is ordered to remain drug-free, subject to random screening and ordered to pay $50 to victim witness fund and $50 monthly probation fee.

Diana G. Pazlazo, 39, of 108 Winfield St. Apt. 1, Worcester, was summonsed to court on a complaint Jan. 23 by Shrewsbury police and charged with driving an uninsured vehicle, driving with a suspended registration and a brakes violation. Judge Virzi dismissed the first charge upon payment of $200 in court costs, dismissed the second charge outright and found her not responsible on the third charge.

Anibal L. Santiago, 35, of 9 Monmouth St., Apt. 2, Lawrence, was summonsed to court on a complaint Jan. 23 by state police for a Shrewsbury incident and charged with driving with a license revoked as a habitual traffic offender. Judge Virzi reduced the charge to a non-criminal charge, found the defendant responsible and filed the charge.

Ricky N. Oliver, 45, of 235 Boston Turnpike #231, Shrewsbury, was arrested March 2 by Shrewsbury police and charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (work boots), disturbing the peace and disorderly conduct. Police reports said he was in a disturbance with another man at White City Motel. Judge Virzi continued the case to April 6.

Melissa A. Lewis, 42, of 18 Sunderland Road, Worcester, was summonsed to court on a complaint June 1, 2009 by Shrewsbury police and charged with driving a motor vehicle with a suspended license, receiving stolen property and possession of a class B drug. Judge Virzi continued the case to April 11.

Bernard H. Hosking, 49, of 24 Artemas Ave., Shrewsbury, was summonsed to court on a complaint Jan. 3 by Grafton police and charged with identity fraud and larceny under $250. Judge Virzi found him guilty on both counts and ordered him to serve eight months in the House of Correction, concurrent with time he is currently serving, for both charges.

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