Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions - February 14, 2011

BARNSTABLE DISTRICT COURT

February 14, 2011

In court February 11, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

LANCIANI, Frank H, 52, 132 Bacon Rd, Hyannis; assault & battery February 11 in Barnstable.  According to police reports, the alleged victim stated that he and his roommate and boyfriend of ten years had been drinking all night.  An argument ensued.  The roommate menaced the victim, who struck the alleged assailant in the head with a flower vase.  Reports indicated the accused retaliated by punching the victim and pulling out some of his hair.  The alleged victim bit his assailant, then escaped.  Pretrial conference scheduled for March 10.

RUO, Joseph, 21, 12B Lower County Rd, W. Dennis; aggravated assault & battery February 11 in Yarmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for March 7. 

DISPOSITIONS

CLAUDIO, Christopher J, 22, 14 Teixera Ln, E. Falmouth; receiving stolen property November 5 2010 in Barnstable.  Items from a backpack stolen from the Steamship Authority terminal were found on Claudio's person, following police review of a surveillance videotape.  Continued for payment.  Probation until February 10, 2012.

ERICKSON, Molly A, 29, 25 Molly Rd, Yarmouth; OUI liquor, October 18 2010 in Yarmouth.  Guilty plea.  Continued for payment until February 10, 2012.

LEONARD, April V, 33, 31 Paine Ave, Hyannis; OUI liquor, second offense, negligent operation of a motor vehicle February 8 in Barnstable.  Guilty plea.  24D program:  45-day loss of license, two-year sentence suspended, probation until February 8 2013, 14-day inpatient program.

MILLS, Zachary T, 19, 49 Reid Ave, W. Yarmouth; assault & battery, intimidating a witness November 23 2011 in Barnstable.  Both charges dismissed.

ORLEANS DISTRICT COURT

February 14, 2011

In court February 11, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

MCGRATH, James D, 66, 265 Lothrop Ave, Harwich; OUI liquor, 4th offense, February 11 in Harwich.  Pretrial conference scheduled for February 25.

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