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Worcester Superior Court

Judge James Lemire

Angel Alcoba, 33, of 91 Murray Ave., Apt. 44, Worcester, charged with larceny of a motor vehicle, found guilty, placed on 3 years' probation; uttering a false check, found guilty, placed on 3 years' probation; and conspiracy, found guilty, placed on 3 years' probation.

Matthew Spear, 29, of 191 Charles St., Apt. 3, Fitchburg, charged with carrying a firearm with ammunition, dismissed; firearm violation with two prior drug/violent crimes, amended to possession of firearm, not at home or work, found guilty, sentenced to 2 to 21/2 years in House of Correction, 364 days' credit given; firearm violation with two prior drug/violent crimes, amended to possession of firearm without Firearm ID Card, found guilty, sentenced to 6 months in House of Correction, 6 months' credit given.

Luis Rodriguez, 26, of Reading, Pa., charged with heroin/morphine/opium trafficking, charge nol prossed. A nol pros or nolle prosequi is a court filing reflecting a prosecutor's decision not to proceed with a criminal case after charges have been brought.

Francis Bermudez, 19, of 24 Mechanic St., Fitchburg, charged with assault and battery, dismissed; unarmed robbery, dismissed; and intimidation of a witness, dismissed.

Kevin Rodriguez-Aponte, 19, of 213 Blossom St., Fitchburg, charged with unarmed robbery, dismissed.

Christian Carven, 43, of 4 Albee Road, Uxbridge, charged with arson of dwelling, guilty, sentenced to 11/2 to 2 years at Walpole state prison, 196 days' credit given; malicious destruction of property over $250, found guilty, given 5 years' probation, after sentence currently serving.

Felix M. Melendez, 37, of 17 Sturgis St., 3rd floor, Worcester, charged with cocaine trafficking, guilty to lesser charge of 18 to 38 grams, sentenced to 7 to 8 years at Walpole state prison; heroin/morphine/opium trafficking, guilty to lesser charge of 18 to 38 grams of heroin, sentenced to 7 to 8 years at Walpole state prison, concurrent; possession of firearm without a Firearm ID Card, guilty, sentenced to 2 years in House of Correction, concurrent; improper storage of a firearm, guilty, sentenced to 1 year in House of Correction, concurrent; failing to appear, guilty, filed.

Jose Aristy-Bueno, 28, of 28 Grove St., 3rd floor, Millbury, charged with trafficking heroin/morphine/opium, charge nol prossed; a nol pros or nolle prosequi is a court filing reflecting a prosecutor's decision not to proceed with a criminal case after charges have been brought. Also charged with conspiracy to violate drug laws, guilty, placed on 4 years' probation.

Wilfredo Rivera, 28, of the Worcester County House of Correction, West Boylston, charged with two counts of assault and battery on correction officer, found guilty, sentenced...

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