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Shrewsbury Resident Ordered to Pay Restitution for Forgery and Larceny Charges

Judges ruled on cases involving Shrewsbury residents.

Tuesday, Aug. 30:

Jesse Kniskern, 24, of 91 Lakeside Dr., Shrewsbury, was arrested on May 25 in Shrewsbury and charged with operating under the influence, a marked lanes violation and failure to stop for police. Kniskern admitted to sufficient facts in the OUI charge and was sentenced to a one-year suspended probation, 45-day loss of license. Judge Robert Calagione found Kniskern not responsible on the marked lanes violation and dismissed the failure to stop charge.

Gabriella M. Pimentel, 23, 4 Sumu Ct., #2, Hudson, was charged with leaving the scene of property damage after the court issued a summons after Shrewsbury Police filled out a criminal complaint. She admitted to sufficient facts and was placed on six months probation and ordered to pay $50 by Judge Robert Calagione.

Alexsey Vilisov, 35, of 126 Union St., Bldg. 11, #20, Westfield, MA, was charged with intimidating a witness after the court issued a summons after Shrewsbury Police filled out a criminal complaint on Feb. 17. The case was continued until Oct. 13.

Alexsey Vilisov, 35, of 126 Union St., Bldg. 11, #20, Westfield, MA, was charged with larceny over $250 by a single scheme, larceny over $250 by false pretense and improper use of a credit card after the court issued a summons after Shrewsbury Police filled out a criminal complaint on Jan. 10. The case was continued until Oct. 13.

Michael D. Roderick, 21, of 25 Spring Terr., Shrewsbury, was arrested by Shrewsbury Police on Jan. 10 and charged with possession of a Class D substance with the intent to distribute, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and failure to stop. Roderick admitted to sufficient facts and the case was continued without a finding for six months, he was placed on probation and Judge Robert Calagione ordered random drug screenings. The unlicensed charged was dismissed and Roderick was found not responsible on the failure to stop charge.

Harry H. Nelson, 43, of 108 Canterbury St., Worcester, was arrested on March 17 by Shrewsbury Police and charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. The case was continued until Oct. 20.

Taresha D. Crumble-Wheeler, 30, of 47 Mendon St., Apt. 2, Worcester, was arrested on Feb. 22 by Shrewsbury Police and charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, no inspection sticker and registration not in possession. Judge Robert Calagione decriminalized the suspended license charge and ordered Crumble-Wheeler to pay $200 in fees, and Calagione found Crumble-Wheeler not responsible for the remaining charges.

Wednesday, Aug. 31:

Nicholas Hehir, 22, of 1 Rice Ave., Shrewsbury, was charged by Shrewbury Police with forgery of a document and five counts of larceny by check under $250. The court issued a summons after police filled out a criminal complaint on Feb. 9. Judge Robert Calagione dismissed the forgery charge and four of the larceny by check charges. On one of the larceny by check charges, he found sufficient facts and continued the case to Aug. 28 with a year’s probation to Aug. 28, a $50 administrative fee and $3,200 in restitution. He was also ordered to remain drug-free and to undergo random screenings.

Ryan A. White, 128 Gleason Ave., East Brookfield was arrested Aug. 31 by Shrewsbury Police and charged with breaking and entering in the nighttime, larceny over $250, receiving stolen property over $250, possession of burglarious instruments an possession of class B drugs. Judge Calagione continued the case to Sept. 26.

Friday, Sept. 2:

Randy J. Bowen, 26, of 27 Wheelock St., Shrewsbury was arrested Oct. 15, 2009 in Shrewsbury by the State Police and charged with driving an unregistered motor vehicle, driving with no inspection sticker, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration and driving an uninsured motor vehicle. Judge Steven Thomas found him not responsible on the first two charges and dismissed the last three upon payment of $200 court costs.

Nicole M. Sullivan, 20, of 10 Pond Ave., Shrewsbury, was arrested Sept. 1 by Shrewsbury Police and charged with possssion of a class A drug and shoplifting. Judge Steven Thomas continued the cas to Oct. 13.

Gurdev Singh, 50, of 7 Baldwin Circle, Shrewsbury, was arrested July 20 by Shrewsbury police and charged with assault, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and assault and battery on a police officer. Judge Steven Thomas dismissed the first charge and found him guilty and filed the second charge. On the third chagre, he was found guilty, ordered to spend six months in the House of Correction, with 44 days to serve and the balance suspended, placed on one year’s probation until Sept. 4, 2012, ordered to be evaluated for substance abuse, to attend two AA meetings per week and to undergo sobriety monitoring. On the fourth charge, he was sentenced to 44 days in the House of Correction, with 44 days credit.

Carrie A. Mikalunas, 41, of 50 Kinglet Drive, Shrewsbury, was arrested Sept. 1 by Shrewsbury Police on charges of disorderly conduct, subsequent offense, disturbing the peace, littering, resisting arrest and possession of a class B substance. Judge Steven Thomas continued the case to Oct. 13.

Chadian A. Sylvester, 23, of 47 Lester St., Springfield, was arrested Sept. 1 by Shrewsbury Police and was charged with larceny of a drug, conspiracy, larceny under $250 from someone who is older than 60 or disabled and violation of a municipal ordinance. Judge Steven Thomas continued the case to Sept. 29.

Kelsey M. Workman, 20, of 584 Chicopee St., Chicopee, was arrested Sept. 1 by Shrewsbury Police and was charged with larceny of a drug, conspiracy, larceny under $250 from someone who is older than 60 or disabled and violation of a municipal ordinance. Judge Steven Thomas continued the case to Sept. 29.

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