Weymouth Man Charged with Selling Marijuana
A look at the Weymouth court log.
Weymouth man charged with selling marijuana
Frederick R. Jerome, 25, of 52 Norfolk St., Weymouth was arraigned in Quincy District Court on charges of distributing a Class D drug, marijuana, and conspiracy to violate drug law. The case was continued to Jan. 29. Jerome was released on personal recognizance. The charges stem from a July 24 incident in Weymouth at 3:15 p.m. following an investigation in the area of Richmond and Keith streets by a narcotics control unit.
Warrant issued for Weymouth resident absent at arraignment
Berdriss Emmanuel, 22, of 31 Memorial Drive, Apt. D, Weymouth failed to appear at arraignment in Quincy District Court on charges of felony night-time breaking and entering, larceny of a motor vehicle, and malicious destruction of property over $250. A judge issued a warrant to have Emmanuel arrested. The charges stem from a May 9 incident in Weymouth at 8:30 a.m. when police responded to a report of a burglary at Washington Street Motors, 646 Washington St. Police said the burglar gained entry by breaking a store window, then went into a closet and stole two sets of car keys.
Braintree man charged with carrying dangerous weapon
Stephen P. Hession Jr., 23, of 14 Winter St., Braintree was arraigned in Quincy District Court on charges of carrying a dangerous weapon, speeding, and no inspection sticker. The case was continued to Dec. 17. Hession was released on personal recognizance. The charges stem from a Aug. 20 incident in Weymouth at 11:55 p.m. when police on Route 18 observed a car and a motorcycle traveling through an intersection at a high rate of speed. Police estimated the speeds to be over 60 mph in a 40 mph zone and said the motorcycle rider appeared to be yelling at three occupants inside the car. Police eventually stopped the vehicles and was told that the car allegedly had cut off the motorcycle rider in Abington, sparking the altercation. Police seized a studded wristband that Hession claimed was his, police said in the incident report.
Charges dismissed in stolen property case
Marcel Miranda, 27, of 212 Hamilton St., Apt. 3, Boston had charges of conspiracy and receiving stolen property over $250 dismissed in Quincy District Court. Miranda was instructed to make $400 in restitution to the victim. The charges stemmed from a April 2, 2011 incident in Weymouth at 4:15 p.m. when police responded to a report of a male suspect at AT&T One Solution, 208 Main St., who allegedly stole an iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS by ripping the phones from their security cords and then running away.