Worcester woman with three used crack pipes & 10,000-volt stun gun arrested during traffic stop
SHREWSBURY – On Monday, Sept. 12 at 12:47 a.m., Patrolman Alex Desimone of the Shrewsbury Police Department was driving southbound on South Street when he saw the two left tires of a 2004 Cadillac Escalade swerve into another lane.
According to his Statement of Facts in Support of Application for Criminal Complaint, Patrolman Desimone pulled the car over for a marked lanes violation in the area of 333 South Street.
The Escalade was registered to Jonathan Rome, a 40-year-old resident of Boylston Street in Worcester. After running his plates, Patrolman Desimone found out that Rome was driving with a suspended license. Rome’s passenger was identified as Theresa Clark, 34, of Clason Road in Worcester.
Backup arrived on scene to assist.
“As officers were speaking to Mr. Rome outside of the vehicle, he gave officers consent to search the entire car,” wrote Patrolman Desimone in his Statement of Facts. “Officers then asked Ms. Clark if there was anything illegal in the car and she stated there was not. I asked her if officers could search her backpack that was sitting between her feet on the passenger floor, to which she stated that was fine.”
Patrolman Desimone said that he searched Clark’s backpack, wherein he found a second copy of her driver’s license, three used crack pipes, and a black 100,000 volt stun gun.
According to Patrolman Desimone, Clark did not have a license to carry the stun gun.
Clark was charged with carrying a firearm without a license and possession of a Class B substance (crack cocaine).
(Information regarding Rome’s charges and dispositions was not provided in the FOIA request News Link Live submitted to the Westborough District Court).
Clark’s bail was set at $250 cash.
She was arraigned in Westborough District Court on Sept. 12 and is scheduled to appear in court again for a pretrial hearing on Nov. 21.