Weymouth Man Arraigned on Drug Charges
Anthony Meola Jr., 53, of 223 Ralph Talbot St., South Weyouth was arraigned in Quincy District Cout on charges of distributing a Class B drug, conspiracy to violate drug law, and a drug violation near a school or park. The case was continued to March 5. Meola was released on personal recognizance. The charges stem from a Nov. 5, 2012 incident in Weymouth following a narcotics investigation at 123 Colonel's Lane. When police went to speak with Meola, they allegedly asked him to provide 41 Vicodin pills he allegedly purchased from another party. Meola allegedly told police he had ingested six pills, but he later produced the remainder and was arrested. Police said the facts were consistent with intent to distribute the drug and not for personal use, according to the police report.
Weymouth Man Charged With Using Lost Credit Card
Daniel M. Murphy, 30, of 38 B Jostph Fern Court, Weymouth was arraigned in Quincy District Court on charges of uttering false writing, forgery of a document, larceny over $250, larceny under $250, and receiving a lost credit card. The case was continued to March 7. Bail was set at $350. The charges stem from a Oct. 29, 2012 incident in Braintree at 3:30 p.m. when police responded to a report of a lost credit card that was later allegedly used by two men to purchase $581 worth of electronics and $200 in gift cards at Target. The men later entered an Econoline van and drove away, police said in the incident report.