Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions - April 12, 2011

ORLEANS DISTRICT COURT

April 12, 2011

In court April 8, 2011

DISPOSITIONS

LYNCH, Ashley M, 17, 27 Nautical Way, S. Dennis; assault & battery; assault & battery with a dangerous weapon, a kitchen stool; intimidating a witness, March 10 in Dennis.  Assault & battery, pretrial probation until October 7.  Assault & battery with a dangerous weapon, intimidating a witness, same. 

In court April 11, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

DONATO, Richard P, 26, 5 Park Ave, W. Dennis; assault & battery, April 12 in Dennis.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 21.

FOSTER, Shawn M, 32, 10 Raymons Way, Brewster; assault & battery, April 9 in Brewster.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 27.

GORMLEY, Margaret H, 43, 34 School St Apt 3, W. Dennis; assault & battery with a dangerous weapon, a 9 1/2 inch serrated bread knife, April 10 in Dennis.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 28.

LOVELL, Jamie A, 44, 3 Collins Ave, Dennis; OUI liquor, April 8 in Eastham.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 27.

PANDISCIO, Daniel, 35, 12 Pleasant Valley Rd, Harwich; violating an abuse prevention order, January 21 in Chatham.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 11.

RIORDAN, Corinne E, 33, 21 Cross St, Wellfleet; OUI liquor, second offense; negligent operation of a motor vehicle; marked lanes violation, April 10 in Brewster.  Pretrial conference scheduled for April 28.  According to police reports, a resident saw a black, older model Chevy back out of an access road and hit several trees.  Officers saw Riordan drive off the road onto the shoulder multiple times.

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