East Brookfield District Court Probation Department welcomes tips
from the public to help the department track down offenders who
are in default.
there are seven offenders who are actively being sought, several
of whom have an extensive history of violence. The offenders are
as follows: John Fuller, 42, of Oxford, breaking and entering
for misdemeanor and assault and battery; Steven Lloyd, 46, of
Ware, assault and battery - three counts, malicious destruction
of property and violation of 209A (restraining order); James C.
Woodworth, 45, of Brookfield, assault and battery; John Warren,
25, of Worcester, operating under the influence of alcohol -second
offense; Henry Caldwell, 45, of Springfield, operating under the
influence of alcohol - second offense; Shane Logan, 27, of Warren
and Florida, knowingly receiving stolen property; Lena Lecaire
(aka: Lena Warfield), 34, of Worcester, larceny under $250 and
larceny over $250; Amanda A. Bash, 25, of Spencer and believed
to be residing in Connecticut, possession with intent to distribute
a Class A substance (Heroin) and possession with intent to distribute
a Class B substance (Crack Cocaine); Jamie M. Bishop, 29, of Spencer,
violation of a 209A; and Douglas Haddad, 21 of Worcester, breaking
and entering with intent to commit felony and larceny from a person.
Warrants have been issued for the offenders’ arrests.
you are on the list, do yourself a favor and turn yourself in.
If you recognize someone on the list and know of their whereabouts,
we welcome any information you can provide us. Please call us
at 508-885-6307, ext. 5. Let’s work together to keep our community
safe and drug-free,” said Chief Probation Officer Gerald W. Buono
Massachusetts Probation Service is a department of the Massachusetts
Trial Court. There are 12 Superior Court, 70 District Court and
12 Probate & Family Court probation offices throughout the Commonwealth.
Probation’s Juvenile Court system includes 11 divisions which
represent every county in the state. The Office of the Commissioner
of Probation (OCP) serves as the central administrative office
for the state Probation Service and the Office of Community Corrections
which operates 22 Community Corrections Centers throughout the