Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions - March 2, 2011

BARNSTABLE DISTRICT COURT

March 2, 2011

In court March 1, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

CUNNINGHAM, Phil, 43, 356 Phillips Rd Apt #4, Sandwich; larceny over $250, February 28 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 8.

FRATAZZI, Kenneth B, 32, 16 Pierce St, Yarmouth; assault & battery with a dangerous weapon (not identified), assault & battery, attempt to commit a crime, Class E drug possession (not identified) February 27 in Yarmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 5.

MURDOCK, Tracey, 38, 399 Onset Ave, Onset; utter false prescription October 28 2010 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 4.  Murdock is alleged to have submitted a false prescription for 120 oxycodone pills, at the CVS Pharmacy in Cotuit.

DISPOSITIONS

ATKINSON, Ilouis C, 38, 80 Yarmouth Rd Apt 4, Hyannis; destruction of property over $250 October 13 2010 in Barnstable.  Dismissed.

COTILLO, David P, 47, 379 South St, Hyannis; assault & battery with a deadly weapon, a hammer, aggravated assault & battery January 19 in Barnstable.  Jury trial.  Guilty plea on both counts.  Two years house of correction on both counts, sentences to be served concurrently, committed.

DALY, Rachel Ann, 23, 14 Artisan Way, Forestdale; conspiracy to violate drug law, Class B drug possession with intent to distribute December 9 2009 in Sandwich.  Both counts dismissed.

DOLINSKY, Curtis, 49, 54 Boulderbrook Rd, Sandwich; larceny over $250, September 9 2010 in Sandwich.  Dismissed. 

DOLINSKY, Curtis, 49, 54 Boulderbrook Rd, Sandwich; assault & battery April 17 2010 in Sandwich.  Admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding until March 1, 2012.

DOWNEY, Wayne B, 58, 9 White Ln, Dennis; OUI liquor, third offense, August 30 2010 in Yarmouth.  Dismissed.

EATON, Whitney L, 20, 49 Butler Ave, Yarmouth; unarmed robbery, amended to larceny from a person, assault & battery August 16 2010 in Barnstable.  Both counts dismissed.

FADER, Dale P, 59, 77 Winter St, Hyannis; breaking & entering at nighttime for felonious purposes, amended to misdemeanor breaking & entering.  Guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  Fader, homeless, entered a private guest house and decided to stay there because it was cold, and the building appeared empty.  When confronted with a yellow throw pillow and body lotion from the guest house in his possession, he replied, "Hey, who would have missed them?" 

FURGALACK, Alden J, 22, 4 Dover St, Sandwich; Class B drug possession (oxycodone) amended to Class B drug possession; conspiracy to violate drug laws October 12 2010 in Sandwich.   Class B drug possession, admitted to sufficient facts; conspiracy to violate drug laws, dismissed.  Continued without a finding, continued for payment until February 29 2012.

JACKSON, Kaycee L, 18, 133 Eileen St, Yarmouthport; criminal harassment May 31 2010 in Yarmouth.  Dismissed.

JACKSON, Kaycee L, 18, 133 Eileen St, Yarmouthport; violation of harassment prevention order June 1 2010 in Yarmouth.  Dismissed.

LEONARD, Heidi, 41, 91 Rte 28 Apt #12, Yarmouth; assault & battery on a police officer November 17 2010 in Yarmouth.  Guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  90 days, house of correction, committed.

MACEDO, David P, 28, 373 Megan Rd Hyannis; OUI liquor, marked lanes violation October 7 2010 in Barnstable.  Jury trial.  OUI liquor, not guilty.  Marked lanes violation, not recorded.

MASTRANGELO, Anthony, 25, 45 Moon Compass Ln, Sandwich; larceny over $250, September 9 2010 in Sandwich.  Dismissed.

ZENOV, Elizabeth, 20, 76 Thread Needle Ln, Centerville; unarmed robbery, amended to larceny from a person August 16 2010 in Barnstable.  Dismissed.

ORLEANS DISTRICT COURT

March 2, 2011

In court March 1, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

ISIDORO, Michael J, 530 Pine St 1st Flr, Fall River; receiving a stolen credit card, larceny of credit card, credit card fraud under $250, larceny under $250, larceny from a building February 28 in Chatham.  Pretrial conference scheduled for March 15.  According to police reports, Isidoro approached a resident's house and advised that his car was broken down.  He asked to use the phone, appeared to make a call, then left.  The resident asked a neighbor to confirm the location of the broken-down vehicle, but the neighbor could not find it.  The resident called police.  Within three hours after the suspect left, the resident received a call from her credit card company advising of two "suspicious" activities.  Police tracked illegal use of the card at several nearby locations.  When another resident called with the same complaint, the vehicle was located near the Harwich border with help from Harwich police, and Isidoro was arrested.

KEITH, Andrew W, 21, 100 Bayside Dr, Eastham; breaking & entering a building at nighttime for felonious purposes, breaking & entering a vehicle/boat at nighttime for felonious purposes, larceny from a building, larceny under$250 December 13 2010 in Brewster.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 1.  Keith is accused of stealing two bicycles, a GPS and a Massport car transponder from an unlocked garage.

DISPOSITIONS

CAREY, Alan J, 28, 77 Rte 28, S. Yarmouth; malicious damage to motor vehicle September 22 2010 in Dennis.  Jury trial.  Guilty plea.  Restitution $200 by May 2.  Six months house of correction, suspended until March 1 2012.

COPPOLA, Nicholas A, 25, 8 Old Heritage Way, Harwich; Class B drug possession, Class D drug possession with intent to distribute October 7 2010 in Harwich.  Both counts dismissed.

PELLEGREN, Gregg A, 34, 20 Massasoit Rd Apt B, N. Eastham,; assault with a deadly weapon, July 8 2010 in Eastham.  Jury trial.  Not guilty.

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