MDOP

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AcronymDefinition
MDOPMicrosoft Desktop Optimization Pack
MDOPMicrosoft Desktop Optimization Pack for Software Assurance
MDOPMalicious Destruction Of Property
MDOPMapping Dilution of Precision
MDOPMultimedia Data Operation Platform
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And though the defendant's actions were wanton, he was not charged with wanton destruction of personal property, and it is not a lesser included offense of malicious destruction of property. "
Jeffrey Kmon, 44, of 69 Glendale St., Worcester, charged with assault and battery and malicious destruction of property under $250, continued to June 9.
In 2012, he was indicted by a Worcester County grand jury on charges of failing to appear and malicious destruction of property valued at more than $250.
1, Worcester, two counts of breaking and entering in a building in the nighttime for a felony, dismissed, indicted in Superior Court; malicious destruction of property valued over $250, dismissed, indicted in Superior Court.
She was arrested and charged with malicious destruction of property. A judge postponed her arraignment and ordered the 24-year-old woman to undergo a mental health evaluation.
He was arrested and charged with breaking and entering, larceny and malicious destruction of property.
Timothy Remuck, 38, of 17 Old Common Road, was charged with breaking and entering in the daytime with intent to commit a felony, malicious destruction of property worth more than $250 and possession of burglary tools (bolt cutters).
Marment, 55, of 23 Southbridge St., Auburn, charged with malicious destruction of property under $250, found not guilty.
Kelly Cochrane, 33, of 117 Goodale St., West Boylston, assault to commit a felony, dismissed; extortion by threat of injury, dismissed; malicious destruction of property under $250, sufficient facts found, but continued without a finding until April 17, 2015, remain drug and alcohol free, mental health and substance abuse evaluation, follow DCF plan, $90 victim witness assessment.
Roger Holm, 23, of 9 Oakview St., Worcester, three counts of breaking and entering in a building in the daytime for a felony, dismissed; three counts of malicious destruction of property valued over $250, dismissed; larceny over $250, dismissed; three counts of receiving stolen property valued over $250, guilty, two years in the House of Correction, from and after sentence now serving.
Thatcher, 38, of 26 Blackstone Valley Road, Worcester, charged with malicious destruction of property over $250, continued to May 15.
13, 2017, $50 victim witness assessment; larceny over $250, dismissed; conspiracy, dismissed; malicious destruction of property over $250, dismissed.