Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions - March 4, 2011

BARNSTABLE DISTRICT COURT

March 4, 2011

In court March 3, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

BROWN, Michael C, 48, address unknown, Hyannis; shoplifting by concealed merchandise August 9 2010 in Yarmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 1.

GOODE, John Patrick, 43, 71 Spruce St, W. Barnstable; assault & battery with a dangerous weapon, an automobile, March 2 in Barnstable.  According to police reports, Goode tailgated a resident on Rte 132 in his green pickup, passed him on the right almost hitting the car, then jammed on his brakes in front of it.  Both vehicles pulled over and an altercation ensued.  A witness confirmed that Goode tried to run the victim over.  When booked, Goode stated that the victim "must have connections" and that "(the police) are only doing his dirty work."  Goode has fifteen entries on his Board of Probation, three assault & battery entries, three assault & battery with a dangerous weapon entries, and two disorderly conducts.

JEFFERSON, Ricky L, 48, 45A Newton St, Hyannis; OUI liquor, fourth offense; negligent operation of a motor vehicle; state highway motor vehicle violation March 3 in Yarmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 7.

JOHNSON, Lonnie M, 45, 793 Rte 28, S. Yarmouth; assault & battery March 2 in Yarmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 11.

DISPOSITIONS

FULLER, Kyle M, 30, 439 Rte  6A, E. Sandwich; Class C drug possession, Ativan, November 30 2010 in Sandwich.  Guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  Dismissed.

GRUENSTERN, Jeffrey S, 46, 4 Flowing Pond Cir, Osterville; Class B drug possession with intent to distribute, IC hydromorphine, conspiracy to violate drug laws December 14 2010 in Barnstable.  Class B drug possession, admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding until March 3 2012.  Conspiracy to violate drug laws, dismissed.

HAGERTY, Richard M, 28, 432 Old Chatham, Dennis; improper use of credit card over $250, January 3 in Yarmouth.  Guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  59 days house of correction, committed.

HAGERTY, Richard M, 28, 432 Old Chatham, Dennis; two counts, forgery of check; two counts, uttering a false check; two counts, larceny over $250.  Guilty pleas on all counts.  Guilty findings on all counts.  59 days house of correction, concurrent with HAGERTY, above.

LAMPLEY, Todd N, 31, 68 Woodland Ave Apt #9D, Hyannis; assault & battery, February 7 in Barnstable.  Dismissed.

PRICE, Carl, 43, 64 Murray Way, Hyannis; violating an abuse prevention order March 31 2010 in Barnstable.  Admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding until September 2 2011.

SERVIDORI, Joseph, 36, 28 Cardinal Ln, Yarmouth; assault & battery, December 20 2010 in Yarmouth.  Dismissed.

ORLEANS DISTRICT COURT

March 4, 2011

In court March 3, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

ABNEY, Michael, 48, 67 Winslow Dr, Orleans; receiving stolen property, larceny under $250 in Harwich.  Pretrial conference scheduled for March 17.  Harwich police, conducting an unrelated narcotics surveillance, observed a gray Saturn driving through Harwichport streets with a bicycle protruding from the trunk.  Police reports noted "the Town of Harwich, as well as surrounding towns, has experienced increased numbers of residential B&Es (breaking & enterings) over the past several months, the majority of which occurred during daytime hours ... officers are also aware that many of those involved in recent breaks have been utilizing bicycles ... to perpetrate these offenses."  Officers saw Abney near Parson Path returning to his vehicle on a bicycle, but upon sight of the officers Abney made an abrupt turn and started to ride into Thompson's Field.  Abney's vehicle was found to contain many sections of copper and aluminum piping.  The sections "took up the entire area of the rear seat," many with water spigots still attached, consistent in appearance with sections of outdoor shower piping.

BASSETT, Christie L, 31, 21 Boulder Rd, Brewster; larceny of drug, amended to larceny over $250 July 13 2010 in Orleans.  Admitted to sufficient facts.  Guilty finding.  Probation until October 3.

FIGUEROA, Raul, 30, 141 Percival Rd, E. Falmouth; two counts, larceny over $250, February 26 in Dennis.  Jury trial scheduled for March 29.  Figueroa is a suspect in the theft of an HP Pavilion DV7-31 65DX laptop, an iPod Touch and an iPod.

HARRINGTON, Warren L, 40, 500 Queen Anne Rd, Harwich; assault & battery, November 8 2009 in Harwich.  Admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding until August 18.

HAYWARD, Bruce, 21, 1006 Craigsville Beach Rd Apt #5, Centerville; Class B drug possession, Percoset, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, no sticker, regulation sticker missing March 3 in Dennis.  Pretrial conference scheduled for March 17.  A missing rear regulation plate decal on a blue Ford Explorer led a Dennis officer to run the plate through the RMV computer.  The vehicle was found to have failed inspection on January 31.  The driver, Hayward, had a suspended license.  A search of the vehicle turned up 8 round blue pills imprinted with M/30, in a plastic wrapper inside a pack of Newports.

WELSH, Justin L, 26, 90 Rosa Ln, P.O. Box 729, Marstons Mills; OUI liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, marked lanes violation March 3 in Bourne.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 8.

DISPOSITIONS

DENNEY, Alysha J, 22, 23 Chestnut Cir, Brewster; Class A drug possession, morphine sulfate, July 21 2010 in Eastham.  Dismissed upon 20 hours community service.

KELLEY, Brian J, 39, 13 Westover, Dennis Port; larceny under $250 January 27 in Harwich.  Dismissed.

MCCAFFERY, Jeffery R, 22, 650 Rte 6, S. Wellfleet; OUI liquor, August 26 2009 in Orleans.  Admitted to sufficient facts.  Not held but event resolved.

O'NEILL, Timothy P, 30, 4 Gimlet Way, N. Eastham; OUI liquor, resisting arrest, open container of alcohol February 9 in Wellfleet.  Continued without a finding until March 4, 2013.

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