Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions - March 31, 2011

BARNSTABLE DISTRICT COURT

March 31, 2011

In court March 30, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

ORR, Amanda L, 24, 14 Bliscott Way, Yarmouth; larceny over $250, assault & battery March 29 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 6.  According to police reports, Barnstable officers were dispatched to the CVS store on North Street after a caller complained a female shoplifter was causing a disturbance.   A CVS plainclothes security guard said that when he identified himself to Orr, she tried to flee.  He grabbed her purse strap and Orr bit him on the hand.  Stolen items in the purse were inventoried at $351.40.

SCHIANO, Ciro, 71, 32 Seat St Apt #25, Hyannis; violating an abuse prevention order March 29 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 27. 

DISPOSITIONS

ALVAREZ, Manuel, 29, 28 St. Mark's Path, Hyannis; OUI liquor, second offense; negligent operation of a motor vehicle; operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, open container violation, marked lanes violation Febuary 14 in Barnstable.  OUI liquor, second offense, 24D program.  Guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  Probation, continued without a finding until March 29 2013.  Negligent operation, dismissed.  Operating with a suspended license, dismissed.  Open container, responsible.  Marked lanes violation, not responsible.  Two years, suspended sentence; 90 days house of correction, committed.  Restitution to Roo Bar, Hyannis.

BARBOSA, Benjamin N, 26, 77 Linden St 1, New Bedford; two counts, Class B drug possession with intent to distribute, subsequent offense, amended to Class B drug possession, crack cocaine; improper turn; state highway traffic violation June 21 2010 in Barnstable.  Continued without a finding until March 28. 

BRASFIELD, Michael J, 20, 14 Tupper Ave, Sandwich; shoplifting by asportation June 28 2010 in Sandwich.  Dismissed.

BUTTRICK, Jeffrey E, 49, 64 Grand Oak Rd, Forestdale; OUI liquor, marked lanes violation January 23.  Both counts dismissed.

EWING, Jessica A, 17, 979 Falmouth Rd Rte 28, Apt #E-2, Hyannis; assault & battery with a dangerous weapon, assault & battery, disturbing a school February 1 in Barnstable.  Assault & battery with a dangerous weapon, dismissed.  Assault & battery, disturbing a school, admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding, continued for payment, probation to end September 29. 

SERRIELLO, Richard A, homeless, no known address, Hyannis; aggravated assault & battery, attempt to commit a crime, conspiracy September 20 2010 in Barnstable.  Nulle prosequi, all counts.

WALSH, William J, 21, 16 Elijah's Hollow Rd, Sandwich; breaking & entering at daytime for felonious purposes, larceny over $250 June 23 2010 in Sandwich.  Nulle prosequi, both counts.  Case closed.

WALSH, William J, 21, 16 Elijah's Hollow Rd, Sandwich; breaking & entering at nighttime for felonious purposes, larceny over $250 June 23 2010 in Sandwich.  Nulle prosequi, both counts.  Case closed.

ORLEANS DISTRICT COURT

March 31, 2011

In court March 30, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

DEWEY, Jenilyn, 30, 2 Old Colony Rd, Harwich; assault & battery with a dangerous weapon, a wooden bowl; assault & battery March 29 in Harwich.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 28.

SOUZA, Jordan D, 20, 106 John Joseph Rd, Harwich; assault with a dangerous weapon, a knife and hands/feet/etc.; breaking & entering at nighttime for felonious purposes March 29 in Harwich.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 28.  According to police reports, a Harwich officer was dispatched to 602 Queen Anne Rd after a report that "someone tried to kick the doors in."  The officer cuffed two men found standing at the end of the driveway.  He noted the door jamb was broken and in pieces next to the locking mechanism on the floor.  An empty Pabst Blue Ribbon can lay in the debris.  Behind the alleged victim the officer saw an aluminum baseball bat on the floor and a hammer on the grill.  The victim said the attackers passed by on bicycles.  When the victim saw both turn back he ran in and locked the doors.  He watched the two men circle the windows, yelling at those inside to come out and fight.

DISPOSITIONS

BASSETT, John R, 46, 10 Old County Rd, Apt 15, Harwich; negligent operation of a motor vehicle, OUI liquor third offense August 27 2010 in Harwich.  Jury trial.  OUI third offense, guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  24D program.  Continued without a finding, continued for payment, alcohol-free/screens until March 29 2013.  Six months house of correction, suspended. 

GINGRAS, Rachel A, 38, 112 Pleasant Rd, Harwich; assault & battery with a dangerous weapon, assault & battery January 28 in Harwich.  Both counts dismissed.

OBRIEN, Kevin, 60, 1659 Old Queen Anne Rd, Chatham; identity fraud, larceny over $250 by single scheme March 30 2010 in Chatham.  Bench trial.  Identity fraud, admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding, continued for payment until September 27 2012.  Larceny over $250 by single scheme, dismissed.  $50/month probation supervision fee. 

POULIOT, Nathan M, 19, 15 Pine Pond Rd, Brewster; assault & battery November 14 2010 in Brewster.  Jury trial.  Dismissed.

ROCKERMANN, Christopher D, 42, 15 Deer Run, S. Harwich; breaking & entering for misdemeanor; trespassing; receiving stolen property over $250 December 16 2010 in Provincetown.  Breaking & entering, admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding until December 20 2012.  Trespassing and receiving stolen property over $250, admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding until December 20 2012.  Restitution in the amount of $350.

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