Saturday, December 22, 2012
The former Arlington selectman and her husband's next court date is Wednesday, Jan. 30, for a pre-trial hearing.
Saturday, December 22, 2012
The following is from the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office. Arlington Husband and Wife Arraigned on Charges of Providing Alcohol to Minors CAMBRIDGE – An Arlington couple was arraigned Friday on charges related to providing alcohol to minors, Middlesex District Attorney Gerry Leone informed the public Friday. Anne LaCourt, 54, of Arlington, and Mark Burstein, 58, were arraigned in Cambridge District Court on charges of furnishing alcohol to a minor (33 counts). They were arraigned earlier this week in Cambridge Juvenile Court on charges of contributing to the delinquency of a minor (three counts). Cambridge District Court Judge Michele Hogan released the defendants on personal recognizance. The defendant’s next court date is January…
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
LaCourt was expected to go before a Cambridge District Court judge.
Update 11:40 a.m., Tuesday, Dec. 4 Due to a defense council conflict, the Annie LaCourt and Mark Burstein arraignments have been rescheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 18, according to Middlesex District Attorney spokeswoman Stephanie Chelf Guyotte. ----- Former Arlington selectman Annie LaCourt is scheduled to be arraigned today in Cambridge District Court, according to Middlesex District Attorney spokeswoman Stephanie Chelf Guyotte. LaCourt and her husband, Mark Burstein, are each facing 33 counts of furnishing alcohol to a person under 21 and three counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. The couple was allegedly caught the night of Friday, Oct. 19, having another underage drinking party at their Chatham Street residence, while they…
Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Louis L. Gersh, 52, was picked up after failing to stop at a sign. He faces a new drug charge after police found him with Viagra—without a prescription.
An Arlington business owner already facing time on charges of possession of heroin was once again caught carrying drugs in town, police said Tuesday. Louis L. Gersh, 52, of Medford, was picked up by Arlington Police Saturday afternoon after a car stop on Lowell Street and Elder Terrace, when he allegedly failed to stop at a sign. In July, police said Gersh was running an online auctioning business in Arlington where he sold mostly stolen items, from musical instruments to an old-looking Jewish scroll. Arlington Police searched the business and said they found large quantities of drugs and stolen property. Police on Saturday recognized Gersh from previous encounters with the law for possession of drugs, but this time they slapped the …
Monday, November 7, 2011
Jonathan M. Pore, 23, had his hearing continued to Dec. 15, when he will once again appear in Cambridge District Court.
An Arlington man charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana within a school zone was back in court on Monday. Jonathan M. Pore, 23, appeared briefly at a pre-trial conference in Cambridge District Court this morning. The hearing has been continued to Dec. 15. Pore has been released on $2,500 bond and is required to wear a tracking device and subject to random drug tests, according to the Middlesex District Attorney's Office. He was arrested after Arlington Police executed a search warrant at his alleged home, 47 Cleveland St., finding nearly 170 marijuana plants. Officials estimate the drug to have a street value of more than $100,000. In a statement, officials at the Arlington Police Department said the drugs amounted to …
Louis L. Gersh, 52, was arrested in Somerville as part of an investigation involving multiple law enforcement agencies.
A former Arlington business owner charged with possession of heroin within a school zone was back in court on Monday. Louis L. Gersh, 52, of Medford, appeared briefly at Cambridge District Court for a pre-trial conference. The hearing was continued until Jan. 12. Gersh, who is free after posting bail, was arrested in Somerville for possession with intent to distribute heroin within a school zone. Police there said he was arrested as part of an investigation involving multiple law enforcement agencies. In Arlington, police say Gersh was running an online auctioning business where he sold mostly stolen items, from musical instruments to an old-looking Jewish scroll. Arlington Police searched the business in July and reportedly found large …