Dorchester Man Charged for Home Break-in

Patch's Norfolk County Court Roundup for May 20. The following information came from various courts in Norfolk County. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction unless otherwise stated.

Boston man charged with possession of marijuana

Larry D. Jordan, 24, of 245 Norfolk St., Apt. G, Boston was arraigned in Quincy District Court on charges of possession of a Class D substance, subsequent offense, failure to wear seatbelts and failure to signal. The case was continued to July 27. The charges stem from an incident in Milton when State Police saw a vehicle enter the fourth lane without signaling.

During a motor vehicle stop police saw a black backpack in Jordan's vehicle containing sandwich baggies allegedly containing a green leafy vegetable substance believed to be marijuana and a digital scale.

Dorchester man found guilty of breaking and entering, vandalism

Robert J. Barr, 43, of 7 Ferndale St., Dorchester was found guilty in Quincy District Court of daytime breaking and entering and vandalizing property and was sentenced to two and a half years in the Norfolk County House of Correction in Dedham.

Barr is to serve one year of his sentence, with the balance suspended to Nov. 6, 2014 and 84 days already served. The judge also ordered Barr to pay $6,736 in restitution to the victim and to stay away from the victim.

The charges stem from a Feb. 14 incident in Milton at 11:52 a.m. when police responded to a report of a burglary on Brook Road. A laptop, wedding ring, and gold jewelry were reported missing. 

Milton man charged with larceny from elderly person

Brian J. Garside, 35, of 780 Canton Ave., Milton was arraigned in Quincy District Court on two counts of larceny over $250 from a disabled person age 60 or above, two counts of forgery of a check, and uttering a false check. The case was continued to July 16. The charges stem from a Dec. 15, 2011 incident in Milton where Garside is accused of stealing 10 personal checks from a relative and cashing them in for $4,200.


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