Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions - March 30, 2011

BARNSTABLE DISTRICT COURT

March 30, 2011

In court March 29, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

PRATT, Dustin A, 27, 20 Guild Rd, Forestdale; assault & battery, malicious destruction of property 0ver $250 February 23 in Sandwich.   Pretrial conference scheduled for April 21. 

DISPOSITIONS

ALEX, Peter W, 37, 16 Saltmarsh Ln, Yarmouth; vandalize property, breaking & entering at nighttime for felonious purposes August 1 2010 in Yarmouth.  Both, admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding, continued for payment until March 28 2012.  Other condition of release:  anger management.

BARBOSA, Benjamin N, 26, 77 Linden St 1, New Bedford; two counts, Class B drug possession with intent to distribute, crack cocaine, amended to one count, Class B drug possession; improper turn; state highway traffic violation  June 21 2010 in Barnstable.  Bench trial.  Class B drug possession, continued without a finding, continued for payment until March 28 2012.  According to police reports, the drugs were discovered in Barbosa's gray Mazda G6 after same exited the Hess gas station at Route 28 and Bearse's Way without using care, a turn signal or stopping.  Barbosa had been smoking marijuana when he was pulled over.

CHASE, Kevin Andrew, 28, 70 Witchwood Ln, S. Yarmouth; Class B drug possession with intent to distribute, oxycodone, amended to Class B drug possession, December 30 2010 in Yarmouth.  Pretrial probation to end September 28.

COTELL, Devon A, 34. 31 Woodbury Ave, Hyannis; Class B drug possession, oxycodone, March 5 in Barnstable.  Guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  Continued for payment, no date given.

COTELL, Devon A, 34. 31 Woodbury Ave, Hyannis;  assault & battery, intimidating a witness December 6 2010 in Barnstable.  Both counts dismissed.

DASILVA, Julian P, 20, 110 Long Pond Dr, S. Yarmouth; two counts, assault & battery with a dangerous weapon; vandalize property March 16 in Yarmouth.  Bench trial.  All counts dismissed.

DONATI, Charles, 26, 37 Farmersville Rd, Sandwich; assault & battery, intimidating a witness January 3 in Sandwich.  Both counts dismissed.

GILES, Christopher S, 38, 35 W. 126th St, New York NY; assault, January 10 in Barnstable.  Pretrial probation, continued for payment until March 28 2012 then be dismissed.

GILES, Christopher S, 38, 35 W. 126th St, New York NY; resisting arrest, threat to commit a crime, disorderly conduct January 4 in Barnstable.  All counts dismissed.

KETCHEN, Nathaniel G, 42, 860 Sandwich Rd, Apt #5, Bourne; shoplifting by asportation January 1 in Sandwich.  Guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  Continued for payment until April 28.

KELLY, Michael A, 42, 3 Wayman Ave, Monument Beach; two counts assault with a dangerous weapon, amended to two counts assault.   Jury trial.  Guilty findings on both counts.  Sentencing April 4.

OSTELLINO, Joseph M, 46, 15 Tuckernuck Way, P.O. Box 651, E. Falmouth; intimidating a witness; resisting arrest; assault & battery; intimidating a witness December 27 2010 in Falmouth.  Bench trial.   Resisting arrest, guilty finding.  All other counts dismissed.  Continued for payment, parole until March 28 2013.

OSTELLINO, Joseph M, 46, 15 Tuckernuck Way, P.O. Box 651, E. Falmouth; assault & battery on a public employee, amended to assault & battery; assault & battery with a dangerous weapon December 7 2010 in Falmouth.  According to police reports, while detained in a probation surrender, Ostrellino became upset during the assistant district attorney's bail argument.  When officers moved to conduct him from the courtroom, Ostellino began cursing, then hit a court officer in the face.  The officer was cut over the left eye.  Assault & battery, guilty finding.  Assault & battery with a dangerous weapon, dismissed.  Two years house of correction, one year suspended, committed.

RODERICK, Kevin A, 19, 11 Harpoon Ln, Yarmouth; assault & battery January 15 in Yarmouth.  Dismissed.

ROGERS, William, 27, 364 E. Falmouth Hwy Apt 211, Falmouth; larceny over $250, breaking & entering a vehicle or boat at nighttime for felonious purposes, possession of burglarious instruments October 28 2010 in Barnstable.  All counts dismissed.

WHYTE, David C, 45. 17 Fresh Holes Rd, Hyannis; OUI liquor; negligent operation of a motor vehicle; marked lanes violation; state highway traffic violation February 22 in Barnstable.  OUI liquor, admitted to sufficient facts.  24D program.  Continued without a finding, continued for payment, probation until March 20 2012.  Negligent operation, dismissed.  Marked lanes, recorded.  State highway traffic violation, not recorded.

ORLEANS DISTRICT COURT

March 30, 2011

In court March 24, 2011

DISPOSITIONS

CICCARELLI, Louis A, 48, 456 Crowell Rd, Chatham; threat to commit a crime, October 5 2010 in Chatham.  Bench trial.  Admitted to sufficient facts, continued without a finding until September 22.

In court March 29, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

DUNHAM, Christopher A, 38, 195 Falmouth Rd Apt 12B, Mashpee; larceny over $250, August 23 2010 in Harwich.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 11.  According to police reports, a local resident noticed his Hitatchi Nail Gun missing from his garage.  He began checking local stores that purchase tools.  More For Less, Main Street Hyannis had his missing nail gun with the victim's name in black magic marker sanded off.  A check of store records revealed the seller is Dunham's roommate.  Dunham is the ex-boyfriend of the victim's daughter, and had stayed at the victim's hours just prior to the theft.

OKELLY, Tiffany L, 32, 10 Atwood Ave, Wellfleet; assault & battery, assault & battery on a disabled/60+ person February 3 in Wellfleet.  Pretrial conference scheduled for May 10.

ROGERS, Michael C, 46, 620 Cedar St, W. Barnstable; OUI liquor, second offense; operating a motor vehicle with suspended license; negligent operation of a motor vehicle; speeding; marked lanes violation; violation of special regulations March 28 in Dennis.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 12.

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