Police make arrests for warrants, disturbance, shoplifting
The Wareham Police Department has made the following arrests since the beginning of the week.
On Monday, August 5, Juvenile Detective Karl Baptiste and Officer Charles Pillsbury arrested Michael Carter, 26, of East Wareham, on Cranberry Highway for disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace after he was found stumbling in the roadway yelling obscenities at passing vehicles.
Later that day, Officer Robert McLain arrested Peter Bartolomey, 63, of New Bedford, following a traffic stop on Sandwich Road. Bartolomey had an active warrant and was further charged with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
On Wednesday, August 7, Officers Steve Joy, Aaron Pacheco, and Sergeant Kevin Reilly arrested Shawna Costa, 29, and Cedric Andrews, 38, both of Onset at their home. They both had active arrest warrants.
Later that day, Officer Lorenzo Grosso and Sergeant Steve Soqui arrested Kelly Mcganty, 38, of Plymouth at Target for shoplifting.
On Thursday, August 8, Officers Peter Silvia and Steve Joy arrested Patrick Doherty, 38, of East Wareham in the parking lot of CVS on Cranberry Highway for an active warrant.
Later that day, Officers Joseph Cardoza and Michael Phinney arrested Jeremy Glasscock, 29, of Onset on Onset Avenue for disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace, and threats to commit a crime.
While officers were investigating a disturbance, Glasscock attempted to flee the police but was placed into custody. Police say Glasscock began yelling vulgarities and resisted being placed in handcuffs. After a brief struggle he was secured but continued to threaten an officer.
An hour later, Officers Christopher Corner and Calib Larue arrested Julie Bergeron, 45, of Wareham, for an active warrant. Corner saw Bergeron on Marion Road, was aware of the warrant, and placed her in custody.
On Friday, August 9, Officers Calib Larue, Stephen Harrison, and Ryan Turner responded to Tobey Hospital for a reported disturbance. At the scene, they placed Daniel Hughes, 59, of West Wareham, under arrest for disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace, and resisting arrest. After he was placed in custody, police say Hughes continued to be belligerent during the booking process.
Other individuals were taken into custody during this period, but the information cannot be disclosed because of changes in Massachusetts Laws. Those include arrests for domestic-related offenses and incapacitation due to alcohol.