Wareham Police arrest two on outstanding warrants

Sep 27, 2016
Courtesy of: Wareham Police Department Left: Jaimee Morris and Jason Michael Sprague (right) were arrested on warrant charges Monday.

Wareham Police arrested two people on outstanding warrants on Monday morning at the Woods at Wareham.

At approximately 11:30 a.m., Wareham detectives and State Police made the arrests at Apartment 5 in the housing complex.

Jason Michael Sprague, 32, of Waquoit was arrested on three outstanding default warrants issued by Falmouth District Court after failing to appear for various felony drug cases. Those include: distribution of a class A Substance (heroin) and possession of class A and class B substances, as well as possession of a class C substance (prescription meds).

Jaimee Morris, 27, was arrested for an outstanding warrant issued by Wareham District Court for failure to appear to answer to a charge of possession of a class A substance (heroin).

Both parties were transported to Wareham District Court to address the warrant issues.

Comments (8)
Posted by: Spherebreaker | Sep 28, 2016 08:18

So glad they caught these thugs. Hopefully she loses here assistance and is booted out of Woods at Wareham. These drug dealers are shacking up there and other places like it rent free. He looks like a Menudo Member wanna be.

Posted by: brazz | Sep 28, 2016 09:55

Would you feel better if they were homeless and roaming you street instead?

Posted by: Spherebreaker | Sep 28, 2016 12:25

Yes, then I would know that she was not living in an apartment on my dime and letting drug dealers stay there with her. Maybe then she would learn to be a responsible ADULT and respect what the taxpayers are doing for her. Guys like this are sponges that will be losers all their lives. He is there for 2 things and 1 is to have a roof over his head and the other is something she is dumb enough to give to him. 

Posted by: Linda | Sep 28, 2016 14:02

But...go to "Housing Solutions" in Kingston (formerly So. Shore Housing) who is in charge of the "Woods".  Told her I would live in my car before living there and she said "no drug problems, guns, stabbings, cars broken into or robbery's".  I told her I listen to the scanner-maybe she should too. 

Posted by: Wareham By The Sea | Sep 28, 2016 17:08

Here we go again.  I thought yesterday's car break-in pair satisfied the Warehamy Mug Shot requirements.  But here we go again.  Another pair of losers.  If I could pick one place in town to eradicate it would be the "Woods".  I apologize in advance to the good folk that happen to be stuck in that hell-hole.  I feel for them.  These stories are embarrassing.  Go up top and click on Sippican Week or Dartmouth Week.  There's nothing like this there on a regular basis.  Note: I know it happens everywhere, but not on a regular basis.  That's because they don't hang signs welcoming these undesirables into their town.  Wareham is a safe haven for undesirables like Jason & Jamie.  Free housing, drugs, a liquor store on every corner.  But on the other side we have multi-million dollar waterfront mansions and beautiful geography.  The town's mission statement should be "Geographically beautiful yet demographically flawed".   

Posted by: Knocked for six | Sep 28, 2016 19:28

Brazz.... Was that a serious question?

Posted by: Swifts_Sheriff | Sep 29, 2016 10:43

I am starting to believe that local law enforcement and town officials like losers like these two  living in town . Seeing that they don't put any pressure on the owners of  places like the "Woods" to clean up their act . But wait they will charge me $100 bucks each year to inspect my rental property to make sure it's up to snuff . Places like the "Wooods " increase call volumes which in turn can justify salieries and employment. If the leaders in Wareham were serious about cleaning the town of trash they would crack down on places like the "Woods" and "Welly" motels

Posted by: Chaka | Sep 29, 2016 18:08

The yearly rental inspection is a joke and a moneymaker for the department. They charge landlords $100 year and pay some independent contractor 25 bucks an hour to do inspections that last 5 minutes. Its important to inspect rentals, but not at that price.

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