Wareham Police Arrests from 6/20/19 to 6/23/19

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John Mackeil, 30, of Marstons Mills was arrested on drug and motor vehicle charges. (WPD booking photo)

From the Wareham Police Department:

At 5:45 p.m. on Thursday, June 20, 2019, Hunter Detrani, 21, of Plymouth, was arrested by Officers Lorenzo Grosso and Christopher Corner on Cranberry Highway near Mayflower Ridge Drive. Officer Grosso was aware of an active warrant for Mr. Detrani and placed him in custody after a motor vehicle stop.

On Friday, at 4:30 a.m. Sergeant Daniel Henderson and Officer Ryan Gomes arrested Joseph Grant III, 31, of Wareham, on Cranberry Highway. He is charged with operating after suspension and speeding following a motor vehicle stop.

Later, at 9:00 p.m. Wareham Police detectives arrested Jerry Pennini, 35, of Wareham, for being a sex offender failing to register. The arrest was made at Brandy Hill Apartments.

On Saturday, at 10:20 p.m. Officer Ryan Turner stopped a vehicle for a minor motor vehicle violation on Cranberry Highway near Depot Street. During the stop Officers Turner and Jennifer Braley located suspected psychedelic mushrooms and cocaine. John Mackeil, 30, of Marstons Mills, was placed under arrest and charged with, possession of Class “B” drug, possession of Class “C” drug, operating without a license, and a red light violation.

Shortly after midnight on Sunday, Officer Calib Larue was following a scooter on Cranberry Highway near the Fan Club that he noticed to be weaving back and forth between lanes. Before he could pull the scooter over it struck a curb on the side of the roadway with the operator falling off of it. After a brief investigation David Murphy, 35, of Wareham, was arrested for operating under the influence of liquor, operating after suspension, and failure to stay in marked lanes.

Later at 9:30 a.m. Stefanie Dors, 48, of West Wareham, was arrested at her residence on an active warrant by Officers John Iacobucci and Peter Silvia.

Defendants are assumed innocent until proven guilty.


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