Wareham Police make 3 warrant arrests in 1 day

Aug 10, 2018

Wareham Police arrested three people on Thursday, Aug. 9, on outstanding warrants, including one who was spotted in a restaurant by an off-duty Middleboro police officer.

At approximately 1:30 p.m., Officers George Chandler and Sgt. Steven Soqui arrested Michael Pardi, 27, of Wareham, after receiving a call about a man attempting to return a battery to Walmart. As officers approached the store they saw Pardi walking away. However, he was stopped and placed in custody as there were three active default warrants for his arrest. Police noted Pardi was recently arrested on July 31 for two active warrants at that time.

At about 6:20 p.m., an off-duty Middleboro police officer recognized a woman in Minerva’s Pizza that he knew had two active warrants for her arrest. He contacted Wareham Police with the information and officers responded. Officers Charles Pillsbury and Justin Silveira arrested Ana Matias, 39, of West Wareham for the outstanding warrants.

At about 8 p.m., Nicholas Connolly, 34, of Wareham was arrested by Officer Nate Aronson and Special Officer Eric Kanavos following a traffic stop. Connolly had an active warrant for his arrest.

Michael Pardi (Courtesy of: Wareham Police Department)
Nicholas Connolly (Courtesy of: Wareham Police Department)
Ana Matias (Courtesy of: Wareham Police Department)
Comments (4)
Posted by: Wareham By The Sea | Aug 10, 2018 23:26

Starting to get tired of commenting on these people.  Who has noticed the block laying pattern of the wall behind all these mugshots?  It's called Stack Bond and is rather uncommon compared to the traditional Running Bond pattern.



Posted by: totellthetruth | Aug 11, 2018 08:45

WBTS: The reason for the "stack bond" method is When these thugs beat their heads against the wall, it only smashes 1 or 2 blocks which makes it much easier to repair.



Posted by: Swifts_Sheriff | Aug 11, 2018 11:30

Didn’t #1 get punched recently? I know I seen that nose before



Posted by: Wareham By The Sea | Aug 13, 2018 22:31

TTTT- true!  repairability is one of the advantages of stack bond.  Otherwise its very weak without interlock/overlap.



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