A number of charges, all stemming from a reported fight involving weapons at Stage Fort Park in June, against three Gloucester men and a New Jersey man have been dropped.
Daniel G. Harvey, 21, of 12 Granite St.; Jeremy S. Bamford, 21, of 12 Friend St.;,Kevin D. Webber, 20, of 23 Langsford St.; and James H. Waller IV, 23, of 240 Elmer Ave., Runnermeck, N.J., each had charges of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon dismissed at the request of the commonwealth in Gloucester District Court on Friday.
Police were called to the scene on multiple reports of a large fight with injuries involving Gloucester residents and carnival workers during St. Peter's Fiesta.
When police arrived, they found Waller with a laceration to his head that he said was caused from being hit with a wrench.
Police rounded up Bamford, Harvey and Webber a short time later, who told police they were assaulted by Waller with an undisclosed weapon.
Seth C. Lospennato, 33, of 4 Kitefield Road, Rockport, pleaded guilty to two counts of larceny and improper use of a credit card and was sentenced to a year's probation. He was also ordered to pay $420 in restitution.
According to police reports, Lospennato stole the wallet of a fellow employee at Latitude 43 in June. Cash and credit cards were taken from the wallet and police say they have surveillance footage of Lospennato using the a stolen card at Stop and Shop.
David J. Campbell, 19, of 292 Essex Ave., Gloucester, had charges of drunken driving, driving with an open container of alcohol, and speeding continued without a finding for 18 months.
Campbell will also lose his license for 210 days and was ordered to pay $600 in court costs.
Campbell was arrested in August after being pulled over by Rockport police near Five Corners for driving 30 mph in a 20-mph zone. According to police reports, Campbell blew a .10 in a alcohol breath tests, over the legal limit of .08.
Kevin J. Reardon, 26, of 2 Mason St., Gloucester, was dealt a six-month suspended jail sentence and one year of probation after pleading guilty to charges of breaking and entering a motor vehicle, larceny and credit card fraud.
Reardon was arrested in April after police say he broke into an unlocked vehicle in the Addison Gilbert Hospital parking lot and stole cash, a credit card and four gift cards from the vehicle.
Reardon also pleaded guilty to charges of larceny stemming from a September incident where police say he stole a cell phone from an Addison Gilbert Hospital employee. He was sentenced to 18 months probation on that count.
Glaucia G. Oliveira, 44, of 67 Endicott St., Peabody, pleaded guilty to charges of driving without a license and a marked lines violation and was ordered to pay $600 in fines. She was sentenced to six months pretrial probation charges of driving to endanger and was ordered to pay $200 in court costs.
Oliveira was charged in August after police her vehicle spun out on the Route 128 extension, crossing the center line and hitting another vehicle.
Paul J. Hubbard, 27, of 20 Gould Court, Gloucester, was handed to a 10-day suspended jail sentence and nine months of probation after pleading guilty to two counts of driving with a suspended license stemming from two separate incidents in May and February. Both times police pulled him over on Rogers Street.
Jaqueline N. Baldoni, 40, of 8 Gould Court, Gloucester, had charges of driving without a license dismissed upon the payment of $100 in court costs.
Baldoni was charged Friday after a motor vehicle stop on Thatcher Road in Rockport.
Jarred Johnson, 28, of 27 Lepage Lane, Gloucester, had charges of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon dismissed due to a failure to prosecute.
Johnson was charged in July after police allege that he assaulted somebody with a bat on Friend Street.
A Gloucester couple had assault and battery charges against one another dismissed due to a failure to prosecute.
Thomas Freeman, 57, and Jessica Freeman, 33, both of 86 Washington St., Gloucester, had been charged in April for allegedly assaulting one another.
Jorge D. Arce, 40, of 15 Foster St., Salem, had a charged of drunken driving continued without a finding for one year and had his license suspended for 45 days.
Arce was arrested last month after being pulled over by Essex police on Route 133 for a marked lanes violation. According to police reports, Arce told police he "only had seven beers" and failed a series of field sobriety tests.
A Gloucester couple had charges of receiving stolen property dismissed due to a failure to prosecute.
Police had alleged that Pietro Favazza, of 111/2 Cleveland St., and Kalem M. Goodwin, of 19 Commonwealth Ave., both 33, stole several Yankee Candles from a neighbor in February.
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