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Weymouth Woman Charged After Gas Station Mishap

The following excerpts are from the Weymouth court log.

Weymouth Woman Charged After Gas Station Mishap

Gina M. Fennell, 23, of 19 Robert Frost Road, South Weymouth was arraigned in Quincy District Court on a charge of negligent operation of a motor vehicle. The case was continued to March 11. Fennell was released on personal recognizance. The charge stems from a Feb. 29, 2012 incident in Weymouth at 9:45 a.m. when Fennell's Ford Explorer allegedly plowed into a black Hyundai Accent at the Main Street and Middle Street intersection, forcing the second vehicle to strike a gas pump at the Mobil gas station, according to the police report. The report said several people and Mobil employees held the gas pump upright as a man was pinned between the pump and the vehicle. Police said Fennell first claimed that her vehicle's brakes failed, then told police that a piece of the brake pad came off and that her foot may have slipped off when she went to depress it, according to the report.

Court Throws Out Assault, Larceny Charges

Kerrie M. Corkery, 33, of 488 Beale St., Quincy had charges of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, assault with a dangerous weapon, assault and battery, larceny from a building, and threatening to commit a crime dismissed in Quincy District Court. The charges stemmed from a Jan. 6, 2012 incident in Weymouth at 702 Broad St. when police responded to a report of an assault. Police said the incident allegedly arose over an argument over missing medications. 

 

Court Dismisses Assault and Battery, Traffic Charges

Raymond C. Fuschetti, 45, of 22 Christine Ave., Rockland had charges of assault and battery and driving with a suspended license, a subsequent offense, dismissed in Quincy District Court. The charges stemmed from a March 6, 2012 incident in Weymouth at 1:30 a.m. when police were dispatched to 1153 Main Street for a report of a domestic incident.

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