Wareham Police arrest 19 people over 3 days

Aug 06, 2018

Between Friday, Aug. 3, and Monday, Aug. 6, Wareham Police arrested 19 people and summoned two others to court, mostly on warrant charges and a couple motor vehicle violations.

On Friday, Aug. 3, at 7:14 p.m., Officers Charles Pillsbury and Justin Silveira arrested Adam Taylor, 34, of East Wareham, for an outstanding warrant. The arrest was made on Main Avenue.

At about 8 p.m., Officers Nate Aronson and Jennifer Braley responded to a motor vehicle accident on Main Street, where one of the operators allegedly fled the scene. After a brief investigation, Curtis Pires, 62 of Wareham was summoned to court for leaving the scene of a personal injury accident, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and negligent operation of a motor vehicle.

Officers Pillsbury and Silveira, arrested Markiese Tomkinson, 21, of Onset, following a disturbance on Bertino Street at approximately 8:45 p.m. Tomkinson was charged with disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace and malicious damage to a motor vehicle.

At 10:20 p.m.. Officers Pillsbury and Silveira arrested Melissa Ravida, 37 of Wareham at 112 Kristen Lane, as the result of four outstanding arrest warrants.

On Saturday, Aug. 4, at about 8:40 a.m., Officer George Chandler arrested Donald McMullin, 64, of Onset for two counts of violation of a harassment prevention order. The arrest was made on Wareham Avenue.

At 6:45 p.m., Jade Enright, 38, of West Wareham, was arrested by Officer Nate Aronson near the Rosewood Motel for having two outstanding arrest warrants.

At about 8:15 p.m., Officer Nate Aronson arrested Paul Sauta, 36, of Onset on Freshmeadow Drive for two outstanding warrants.

Officers Pillsbury and Silveira arrested, Gary Vilano, 53, and Kenneth Marchi, 66, at the Silver Lake Motel At about 9:10 p.m. Both men had warrants and were staying in different rooms at the motel.

At about 10:40 p.m., Wareham Police received a call about a possible intoxicated driver in the Wendy’s drive-thru on Cranberry Highway. Further reports indicated the vehicle had heavy front end damage. Officer Nate Aronson and Special Officer Madison Burrell located and stopped the vehicle on Cranberry Highway. After an investigation the operator, Angela Ayala, 42, of New Bedford, was transported to Tobey Hospital for evaluation. At the hospital she became unruly and was placed under arrest, police said. She is charged with OUI drugs, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, marked lanes violation, disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace, and resisting arrest. It was determined the damage on her car was from an accident last week, police said.

On Sunday, Aug. 5, at about 1 a.m., Special Officer Erik Kanavos summoned Angela Moscaritolo, 56, of Jamaica Plain for disorderly conduct following a disturbance at Tobey Hospital.

At about 7:25 p.m., Wareham Police received a call about an erratic operator in the area of the Kendrick Road and Cranberry Highway. Officer Nate Aronson arrived and observed the suspect vehicle swerving back and forth unable to stay in its lane. Officer Aronson attempted to stop it, however, the vehicle struck another car before stopping. There were no injuries and Officer Aronson arrested Stephen Deegan, 46, of West Wareham, charged with operating under the influence of alcohol, negligent operation of a motor vehicle and marked lanes violation.

On Monday, at about 2:15 a.m., Officer Nate Aronson arrested Chloe Gulick, 21, of Lakeville, for operating after suspension and marked lanes violation following a motor vehicle stop on Cranberry Highway.

In addition, eight other people taken into custody over the weekend for incidents which are protected from public disclosure.

Comments (11)
Posted by: Swifts_Sheriff | Aug 06, 2018 13:42

WBTS .... ok I think it’s time to get into the Mask Business



Posted by: Curiouscat | Aug 06, 2018 14:03

Wow I'm beginning to think there are more criminals in town than normal people......



Posted by: Spherebreaker | Aug 06, 2018 15:12

Wareham is full of losers and more are being dumped here daily. The are coming in as homeless, 40b tenants, halfway house flunkies and some are home grown idiots. This has to stop, close the flea bag hotels, cut all homeless services, fight 40b projects every step and continue to arrest these numbskulls so they get no peace here. Send them back to the dumps they came from



Posted by: Andrea Smith | Aug 06, 2018 16:46

And it wasn't even a full moon!



Posted by: cranky pants | Aug 06, 2018 17:24

I can admit in my younger life, far before sobriety there was a point when I would do some less than lawful things. I can honestly remember the stereotype that other townships would receive due to the police presence and strict manor. You knew not to go speeding through Plympton or Halifax. It was rumored that if you didn't have a bog rake hanging out of your pickup truck you'd get pulled over in Carver or Rochester... We avoided towns like these and stuck to other areas because we heard about the stigma.

Now that I'm putting a better foot forward and growing up sober I'm actually hoping that my town gets that same stigma I used to avoid.

For what is worth I hope that the creeps and criminals think WPD are the biggest bunch of hard nosed officers out there...

They're doing a great job.

Thanks to all who help make our town a better place for everyone, we appreciate it.



Posted by: Swifts_Sheriff | Aug 06, 2018 18:33

#3 looks like a Tella Tubby or a Cranked Up Cindy Lou Who from the Grinch



Posted by: JJones | Aug 06, 2018 19:02

Great Job WPD!!  Let's hope the judges will do a lot more about their decisions and keep these undesirables in jail for a good length of time.



Posted by: Peaches0409 | Aug 07, 2018 08:30

Thank you WPD for you hard work cleaning up the streets. Now if we could only get the judges to do something about these losers.



Posted by: Swifts_Sheriff | Aug 07, 2018 15:28

Peaches you are correct.... these judges let these people out  and back on to the streets ...



Posted by: cranky pants | Aug 07, 2018 17:27

They are right back on the streets within hours. If the bail limit set is deemed to be too high and that the perpetrator might not be able to afford it guess what... They reduce the bail. So if the suspected criminal can't afford a ten thousand dollar bail because they're unemployed... You guessed it, they are out on reduced bail. That's disrespectful towards the police and the community.

Bring back the stocks, the pillory and the pranger. Bring back capitol punishment. Bring out the gallows. Be proud Americans again, don't settle for less. Carry guns and speak softly. Respect your elders and love your neighbor.



Posted by: barnstorm | Aug 08, 2018 07:06

Let's at least be thankful we don't live in a city where we are dodging bullets......like Chicago or even in Boston. "CRANKY" is correct. You need a license to carry to protect you, your family and property. Yes, we have an exceptional police force and a terrific new chief. They can't be everywhere or at the time when something bad is going down. That's just  a sad reality in todays society, because of all the points you guys are hitting on.



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