Court Log: Possession of Cocaine, Pistol Found During OUI Stop
Patch's Norfolk County Court Roundup for July 9. The following information came from Quincy District Court. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction unless otherwise stated.
OUI case in hands of jury in August
Kerri J. Callahan, 49, of 37 Pilgrim Road, Milton had a charge of operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol continued to Aug. 7 for a jury trial in Quincy District Court. The charge stems from a Nov. 11. 2010 incident Quincy at 5:32 p.m. when police responded to a report of a motor vehicle accident on Arlington Street. Police said Callahan had a strong odor of alcohol and refused field sobriety tests, so police arrested her.
Alleged cocaine dealer to face hearing in August
Fernando Gonzalez, 27, of 41 Holworthy St., Apt. 3, Boston had charges of possession of a Class B drug, a drug violation near a school or park, and conspiracy to violate drug law continued to Aug. 1 in Quincy District Court. The charges stem from an Aug. 31, 2011 incident in Milton following an investigation of alleged drug activity in East Milton. Police alleged Gonzalez was in possession of five bags of cocaine.
Drug possession case continued without finding
Marc C. Williams, 41, of 82 Floyd St., Apt. 2, Boston had a charge of possession of a Class B drug continued without a finding of guilty in Quincy District Court to May 14, 2013. The charge stems from a March 17, 2011 incident in Milton at 3:56 p.m. when police stopped Williams's vehicle while monitoring traffic on Adams Street. Police said they searched the vehicle and found a half-inch glass pipe burned at both ends and seven pieces of a hard rock substance, which they believed to be crack cocaine.
OUI case continued without finding
Jason A. Harewood, 30, of 49 Savannah Ave., Mattapan had charges of operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol and being an intoxicated licensee carrying a firearm continued without a finding of guilty in Quincy District Court to June 17, 2014. A judge dismissed a related charge of negligent operation of a motor vehicle and found Harewood not responsible for a marked lanes violation. The charges stem from a Jan. 31, 2010 incident at 3:57 a.m. on Adams Street in Milton. Police said they observed a 2002 Volvo S60 traveling at a high rate of speed cross double yellow lines and then stopped the vehicle, in which they found a loaded pistol.