Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions - March 11, 2011

BARNSTABLE DISTRICT COURT

March 11, 2011

In court March 10, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

BROGAN, Samantha G, 29, 21 Lexington Ln, Mashpee; larceny over $250 by single scheme September 16 2010 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 15.  According to police reports, Brogan is suspected of employee theft from Home Depot.

DELPHA, Dennis J, 52, 1220 Alewife Cir, S. Yarmouth; assault & battery with a dangerous weapon, a knife or cutting instrument January 30 in Yarmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 15.

EDDY, Nikita, 23, 390 Bearse's Way, Hyannis; larceny over $250 October 27 2010 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 7.  According to police reports, Eddy is a suspect in the theft of three rings from a local residence.

GORMAN, Stephen A, 22, 21 Pimlico Pond Rd, Forestdale; negligent operation of a motor vehicle; failure to stop/yield for a police officer; Class D drug possession with intent to distribute, marijuana; no sticker; number plate violation, March 10 in Sandwich.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 7.  According to police reports, Gorman was stopped by police in his yellow Camaro for a missing front plate.  Gorman was arrested for failing to stop for a police officer.  Under the passenger seat, police found four to six ounces of marijuana, in a bag marked "Citrus Haze."

LIBBY, Joseph G, 55, 63 Prospect, W. Yarmouth; assault & battery January 23 in Yarmouth.  Pretrial conference schedule for April 7.

ROSE, Michael F, 36, 207 Strawberry Hill Rd Apt #A, Centerville; assault & battery, October 8 2010 in Barnstable.  Dismissed.

STEWART, Scott, 59, 210 Durbin Rd, Mashpee; larceny over $250, July 23 2008 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 7.  According to police reports Stewart, a contractor, failed to return a deposit.

TRENHOLM, Kenneth C, 21, 170 Asa Meigs Rd, Marstons Mills; Class A drug possession with intent to distribute or manufacture, heroin; Class C possession with intent to distribute, Klonapin; conspiracy to violate substance laws March 9 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 21. 

DISPOSITIONS

HILLIER, Lance A, 28, 13 Knowles Ave, E. Wareham; larceny of a motor vehicle, September 22 2010 in Yarmouth.  Dismissed.

REGAN, Michael T, 45, 8 Clement St, Sandwich; 35 counts of indecent assault on a child under 14, no dates provided.  Jury trial.  Not guilty, all counts on Directed Verdict.

ROSEN-SCHUH, Alexander M, 17, 1662 Hyannis Rd, Barnstable; assault with a dangerous weapon, a club, December 26 2010 in Barnstable.  Dismissed.

SHEA, Deborah, 62, 5 Shore Dr, Forestdale; OUI liquor, resisting arrest February 15 in Sandwich.  OUI liquor, guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  24D program:  45-day loss of license,  continued without a finding, continued for payment until March 9 2012.  Resisting arrest, dismissed. 

FALMOUTH DISTRICT COURT

March 11, 2011

In court March 9, 2011

DISPOSITIONS

PENNINGTON, Susan M, 66, 15 Cachalot Ln, Falmouth; OUI liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, marked lanes violation October 12 2010 in Falmouth.  OUI liquor, 24D program.  45-day loss of license, continued without a finding, continued for payment until March 9 2012.  Negligent operation, dismissed.  Marked lanes, not recorded.

In court March 10, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

CHATAIGNE, Valerie, 24, 31 Warwick Rd, Mashpee; Class E drug possession, Seroquel; Class E drug possession, Abilify, March 8 in Falmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for May 4.  Both Seroquel and Abilify are prescription drugs intended to treat schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. 

CUNNINGHAM, Eve M, 26, 12 Freedom St, Forestdale; assault & battery, November 12 2010 in Falmouth.  Pretrial hearing scheduled for April 11.

HURTUK, John J, 20, 159 Sandwich Rd, E. Falmouth; disorderly conduct, vandalize property February 22 in Falmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for March 15.

HURTUK, John J, 20, 159 Sandwich Rd, E. Falmouth; assault & battery; assault & battery with a dangerous weapon, hands/feet/etc; unarmed robbery; Class D drug possession, marijuana, amended to possession with intent to distribute, February 28 in Falmouth.  According to police reports, Hurtuk and an associate beat up a female.  Hurtuk's mother consented to a search of his residence.  Police found three marijuana plants under a grow light in Hurtuk's bedroom closet.

KELLY, Justin, 20, 17 Fourth Ave, Pocasset; assault & battery with a dangerous weapon, a wooden back scratcher; assault & battery on a 60+/disabled person February 10 in Bourne.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 7.  According to police reports, the victim sustained two fractures to the femur.

DISPOSITIONS

DRISCOLL, Michael G, 52, 106 Worcester Rd, Falmouth; OUI second offense; marked lanes violation; negligent operation of a motor vehicle; speeding; assault & battery on a police officer; resisting arrest June 9 2010 in Falmouth.  OUI second offense, 90 days house of correction.  Probation until March 16 2013.  Fourteen days inpatient treatment.  Negligent operation, admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding until September 7 2012.  Marked lanes violation, failure to stop/yield, speeding not recorded.   

FINCH, James C, 43, 86 Park Place Way, Mashpee; sex offender failure to register, July 13 2010 in Mashpee.  Bench trial.  Admitted to sufficient facts, continued without a finding until September 9.

GREEN, David R, 26, malicious damage to a motor vehicle, assault & battery on a 60+/disabled person January 1 in Falmouth.  Both counts dismissed.

JONES, Paulene E, 41, 34 Cortland Way, W. Yarmouth; larceny over $250, November 20 2009 in Mashpee.  Admitted to sufficient facts, continued without a finding until March 7 2012.  $1,000 restitution to TD Bank, 14 Bank St, Mashpee.

JONES, Paulene E, 41, 34 Cortland Way, W. Yarmouth; larceny over $250, November 20 2009 in Mashpee.  Admitted to sufficient facts, continued without a finding until March 7 2012.  $2,804 restitution to TD Bank, 14 Bank St, Mashpee.  Probation until March 7 2012.

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