Friday, February 1, 2013
After pleading guilty to home invasion, a man whose last known address was in Shrewsbury will serve time.
A man whose last address was listed in Shrewsbury will get jailtime after pleading guilty to two counts of armed assault with intent to rob and home invasion, according to court records posted by the Worcester Telegram and Gazette. Judge Janet Kenton-Walker in Worcester Superior Court sentenced Marhefka to three concurrent terms of three years to three years and a day to be served in Walpole state prison. He was also given two- to two-and-a-half years for larceny after pleading guilty, reported the Telegram. Marhefka will also serve five years of probation with conditions upon release.
Friday, September 28, 2012
The following cases were heard in Westborough District Court.
Thursday, Sept. 27 Jennifer Joubert, 27, of 12 Everard St., Worcester, was summonsed to court on a complaint by Shrewsbury police and charged with larceny over $250 by false pretenses. According to a police report, items that were reported stolen from a residence in Worcester were later sold to the Cash for Gold store in Shrewsbury. Police allege Joubert entered the victim's home by posing as a survey-taker then once in the home, asked to use the bathroom as a rouse to gain access to the bedroom. Judge David Locke set a pretrial hearing for Oct. 24. Donna M. Poulin, 46, of 85 Howard St., Northborough, was arraigned before Judge David Locke on charges of operating under the influence of alcohol, marked lanes violation and speeding. Poulin…
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
The incident took place in May and thanks to the quick thinking of the staff, they gave the police a license plate number of the suspects.
Two men who were charged with larceny for allegedly stealing a wallet and backpack from the YMCA in May had their day in court on Monday, Aug. 15. Judge Vito Virzi heard the case of each man separately in Westborough District Court. Jarrel O. Grayson, 21, 4 Delaware St., Worcester, was charged with larceny from a building, receiving stolen property under $250 and larceny under $250. Virzi dismissed the first two charges by request of the Commonwealth. Grayson was found guilty of larceny under $250 and placed on probation until Aug. 15, 2013. He was ordered to stay away from the YMCA and to complete 200 hours of community service. In addition, Virzi ordered Grayson to complete one of the following: William J. Farraher, 24, of 1 Westwood Rd…