Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions - April 6, 2011

BARNSTABLE DISTRICT COURT

April 6, 2011

In court April 5, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

SAUNDERS, Wendy L, 41, 58 Ridgewood Dr, Yarmouth Port; OUI, second offense; open container violation; marked lanes violation April 4 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for May 6. 

DISPOSITIONS

BRANDI, Corrine, 52, 48 Cherry Tree Rd, Cotuit; OUI liquor, second offense; marked lanes violation December 3 2010 in Barnstable.  Jury trial.  OUI, not guilty.  Marked lanes, recorded.

LUNN, Ashley D, 24, 26 Connemara, Hyannis; larceny under $250, September 24 2010 in Yarmouth.  Admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding until October 4.  Restitution in the amount of $190.

REIS, Anthony E Jr, 48, 167 Stevens St, Hyannis; larceny under $250, March 4 in Hyannis.  Dismissed upon restitution of $30.00 (thirty dollars).

SILVA, Antonio, 43, 14 Adam St Flr #1, Taunton; stalking, January 18 in Yarmouth.  Dismissed.

SIMONSEN, Andree J, 52, 6 Little Acorn Ln, Forestdale; assault & battery with a dangerous weapon, February 16 in Sandwich.  Dismissed.

WELLS, John F III, 41, 300 Falmouth Rd 16D, Mashpee; larceny from a building, July 2 2010 in Barnstable.  Jury trial.  Guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  Eighteen months house of correction, committed; concurrent with docket #10253386.

WILLLIAMS, Harvarious Q, 20, 16 Hiramar Rd, Hyannis; breaking & entering at daytime for felonious purposes, assault & battery September 24 2009 in Barnstable.  Dismissed.

FALMOUTH DISTRICT COURT

April 6, 2011

In court April 5, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

FISH, Julia A, 47, P.O. Box 101, Sagamore; larceny over $250, January 9 in Falmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for May 11.  According to police reports, an elderly woman drove off from the Teaticket Highway Stop & Shop with her purse still in a shopping cart.  Fish is alleged to have snatched the purse from the cart and hidden it in her vehicle.  When confronted, Fish reportedly said, "Yah I'm sorry, I was gonna return it."  The purse was found stuffed under the driver's seat of Fish's car.

FRITZ, Mark A, 50 High Ridge Dr, Buzzards Bay; assault & battery, April 4 in Bourne.  Pretrial conference scheduled for May11.

LEBOEUF, Michelle A, 38, 20 Oak St, E. Falmouth; larceny over $250; improper use of a credit card over $250; improper use of a credit card March 1 in Falmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for May11.

PINA, Miranda S, 868 Teaticket Highway, E. Falmouth; vandalizing property, April 5 in Falmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for May 11.  According to police reports, the owner of a 1995 Honda Accord watched Pina kick in the passenger window, shattering glass all over the car.  The victim stated Pina was probably angry over a debt of $20.00 (twenty dollars).

SANTOS, Adrian J, 50, 65 Telegraph Hill Rd, Box 198, W. Falmouth; breaking & entering a vehicle/building at daytime for felonious purposes March 5 in Falmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for May 2.  According to police reports, a witness observed Santos continue to circle the Chappaquoit Beach parking lot in the afternoon.  Santos was seen reaching through the partially-open rear window of a gray Toyota Matrix.  Santos appeared to be accessing the front console of the vehicle, when he realized he was being watched and fled.  No items were missing from the vehicle.  Santos was identified by the registration of the silver Nissan he was driving.

DISPOSITIONS

BAILEY, Keith R, 22, 39 Prince Henry Dr, E. Falmouth; receiving stolen property over $250, amended to receiving stolen property under $250 August 24 2010 in Falmouth.  Admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding, continued for payment until April 4 2012.

GIORDANO, Nelson, 35, 857 Plymouth Ave, Fall River; two counts, larceny over $250, January 20 2010 in Bourne.  Both counts, amended to larceny under $250.  Both counts, admitted to sufficient facts. Continued without a finding, continued for payment until April 3 2012.  Restitution in the amount of $1,182.

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