Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions - March 29, 2011

BARNSTABLE DISTRICT COURT

March 29, 2011

In court March 28, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

BORUM, Carla A, 43, 6 Essex Rd D, Nantucket; OUI liquor, failure to stop/yield, marked lanes violation March 25 in Yarmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 29.

BYERS, Brittany L, 22, 307 Bearse's Way, Hyannis; Class D drug possession with intent to distribute, conspiracy to violate drug laws March 25 in Yarmouth.  See details at MATIENZO, below.  According to police reports, Byers was a person present at the residence considered by the search warrant.

CARRINGTON, Carlton T, 35, 1575 Iyannough Rd Rte 132, Apt #2 Barnstable; assault & battery, March 27 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for May 3.

CORREIA, Frank A, 27, 168 Barnstable Rd Apt #9K, Hyannis; assault & battery, intimidating a witness, attempt to commit a crime March 27 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 27.

COUMBE, William W, 55, 16 Otis Rd, Hyannis; intimidating a witness, March 27 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 29.

INFANTINO, Joshua R, 23, 135 Sullivan Ave, Somerset; Class A drug possession with intent to distribute, heroin; intimidating a witness March 25 in Barnstable.   Pretrial conference scheduled for April 29.  According to State Police reports, officers working with Massachusetts Parole officers in New Bedford apprehended Infantino, a parolee, in the parking lot of the Budget Host - Hyannis Motel.

JOHNSON, Jeffrey T, 26, 43 Otis Trailer Village, Mashpee; conspiracy, October 20 2010 in Yarmouth.  Dismissed.

MATIENZO, Joaquin J, 27, 19 Saltworks Ln, Yarmouth; conspiracy to violate drug laws; Class D drug possession with intent to distribute, marijuana, March 25 in Yarmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 13.  According to police reports, officers obtained search warrants for the residence and person of Matienzo, in addition to the search of any persons present in the residence in connection with an investigation into illegal distribution of marijuana.  Police found 161 grams of marijuana in six Zip-Loc bags, and 482 grams in one large vacuum-sealed bag.

DISPOSITIONS

ADKINS, Jared D, 28, 8 Cardinal Ln, Yarmouth; Class D drug possession with intent to distribute, marijuana, March 23 2010 in Yarmouth.  Jury trial.  Admitted to sufficient facts, continued without a finding, continued for payment until March 27 2012.

COUGHLIN, Kevin J, 46, 46 Scholl Dr, Yarmouth; OUI liquor, second offense, open container violation July 7 2010 in Yarmouth.  OUI liquor, guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  Continued for payment, parole until March 27 2012.  Marked lanes violation, not recorded. 

EDWARDS, Paul J, 41, 811 Rte 28, S. Yarmouth; attempt to commit a crime, larceny from a building, assault & battery November 13 2010 in Barnstable.  All counts dismissed.

GRAVINA, Matthew T, 27, 7 Fenway St, S. Yarmouth'; OUI liquor, marked lanes violation December 6 2010 in Barnstable.  Jury trial.  OUI liquor, guilty finding.  24D program.  Continued for payment, probation until March 27 2012.  Marked lanes, not recorded. 

GROVER, Steven M, 21, 99 Main St Apt Lower, Hyannis; assault with a dangerous weapon, a Fury Tactical Folding Knife, March 27 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for Mary 4.  According to police reports, Barnstable officers were dispatched to 172 Arrowhead Drive for a report of a fight involving bats.  A victim stated, "I was in the kitchen, when the window in the door got smashed.  The door got whipped open, and (Grover, in the company of others) were coming in.  The father had a dog chain in his hand and he kept whipping me with it.  (Grover) had a knife, I think it was a Smith & Wesson."  Grover was arrested.

MARRON, Kyah, 29, 27 Breezy Point Rd, Yarmouth; assault & battery October 28 2010 in Yarmouth.  Dismissed.

VILLA, Richard J, 21, 52 Curlew Way, Cotuit; carrying a dangerous weapon, September 14 2010 in Barnstable.  Dismissed upon payment.  Continued for payment until July 27 2010.

FALMOUTH DISTRICT COURT

March 29, 2011

In court March 28, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

BENFICA, Evair S, 32, 579 Carriage Shop Rd, E. Falmouth; unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle; marked lanes violation; OUI liquor; negligent operation of a motor vehicle; speeding March 27 in Falmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for May 4.

CALLAGY, Sean P, 41, 140 Seacoast Shores Blvd, E. Falmouth; two counts, assault & battery March 26 in Bourne.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 27.

CARON, Victor G, 37, 16 Cranberry Rd, Buzzards Bay; OUI liquor, marked lanes violation, speeding March 27 in Bourne.  Pretrial conference scheduled for May 4.

DOYLE, Jeremy B, 39, 67 Winslow Grey Rd, W. Yarmouth; assault & battery, March 26 in Mashpee.  Pretrial conference scheduled for May 5.

GALLO, Erik J, 30, 17 Nye Rd, Falmouth; assault & battery March 27 in Falmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 25.

WRIGHT, Leah L, 48, 43 Fairfield Dr, E. Falmouth; OUI liquor; operating a motor vehicle while refusing to identify oneself; negligent operation of a motor vehicle; OUI drugs March 26 in Falmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 1.  According to police reports, a Falmouth officer was dispatched to Seacoast Shores Boulevard for a report of a two-car crash.  Witnesses reported a Chevrolet Cavalier operated by Wright sideswiped a Pontiac Sunfire while on the wrong side of the road.  Officers found Wright to be intoxicated and unable to walk without assistance.  Falmouth Fire & Rescue asked Wright if she had taken any drugs that day (March 26).  She replied, "everything."

DISPOSITIONS

COLEMAN, Gerald A, 43, 143 Acapesket Rd, E. Falmouth; larceny over $250, June 6 2010 in Falmouth.  Dismissed.

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