Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions - April 14, 2011

BARNSTABLE DISTRICT COURT

In court April 13, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

GILE, William A, 23, 5 Horseshoe Cir, Sandwich; larceny over $250, March 6 in Sandwich.  Pretrial conference scheduled for May 12.

MAVOR, Steven J, 45, 118 Briarwood Ave, Hyannis; operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license; failure to notify of name/address change; two counts, open and gross lewdness April 12 in Barnstable.  Pretrial hearing scheduled for May 13.  Must stay away from Empire Beauty School.  According to police reports, two females called Barnstable police to report a man exposing himself outside the Empire Beauty School.  He was wearing only a jacket, sneakers and sheer nylons from the waist down, so that his penis and buttocks were exposed.  The witnesses reported the man had displayed the same behavior multiple times, always in sheer nylons.  Police conducted surveillance at the school and arrested Mavor.

MILLER, Russell S, 23, 67 Santuit Rd, Mashpee; larceny over #250, destruction of property over $250 March 6 in Sandwich.  Pretrial hearing scheduled for May 12.  According to police reports, Miller stole the speaker system from Dunkin Donuts in Sandwich.  Surveillance video confirmed Miller's identity.  The system was valued by the manager at $7,000 to $12,000. 

SANTOS, Debra M, 42, 45 Higgins Crowell Rd, W. Yarmouth; assault; larceny under $250; intimidating a witness; larceny of a controlled substance, Vicodin March 16 in Yarmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for May 20. 

DISPOSITIONS

COLLETT, John W, 51, 45 Central Ave, Plymouth; larceny from a building, March 12 in Sandwich.  Guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  Two years house of correction, suspended; restitution of $1520 to the Daniel Webster Inn.

GARRITY, Michael D, 30, 801 Lumbert Mill Rd, Marstons Mills; assault & battery with a dangerous weapon, amended to assault & battery; assault & battery; intimidating a witness March 21 in Barnstable.  Assault & battery, guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  Deemed.  Assault & battery, guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  One year house of correction, twenty-one days credit.  Continued for payment until April 12 2013.  Intimidating a witness, dismissed.  Must stay away from victim.  Counseling.  Drug- and alcohol-free, with screens.  Probation until April 12 2013.

GARRITY, Michael D, 30, 801 Lumbert Mill Rd, Marstons Mills; violating an abuse prevention order April 3 in Barnstable.  Guilty plea.   Guilty finding.  Probation until April 12 2013, concurrent with GARRITY, above.

GARRITY, Michael D, 30, 801 Lumbert Mill Rd, Marstons Mills; four counts, violating an abuse prevention order, March 21 in Barnstable.  One count, guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  Probation until April 12 2013 with first GARRITY, above.  Three counts, dismissed.

JOHNSON, Candace L, 26, 40 Quinaquesset Ave, Mashpee; two counts, assault & battery with a dangerous weapon; assault &  battery; resisting arrest January 11 in Barnstable.  One count, assault & battery with a dangerous weapon, dismissed.  One count, assault & battery with a dangerous weapon, amended to assault & battery, guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  Continued for payment until July 12.  One count, assault & battery dismissed. 

SPAGUE, Caitlyn, 30, 30 Evans St, Osterville; assault & battery, vandalize property May 16 2010 in Barnstable.  Both counts dismissed.

SURETTE, Michael J, 63, 139 N. Main St, Yarmouth; OUI liquor, third offense; negligent operation of a motor vehicle; failure to stop/yield for a police officer November 2 2010 in Yarmouth.  OUI liquor, third offense, guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  Six months, house of correction, committed.  Two years, house of correction concurrent with previous, suspended.  Negligent operation of a motor vehicle, guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  Failure to stop/yield for a police officer, recorded.  Probation to end April 12 2013.

THOMAS, Andew B, 48, 178 Main St, Sandwich; OUI liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, failure to stop/yield for a police officer; speeding March 17 in Sandwich.  OUI liquor, admitted to sufficient facts.  24D program.  Continued without a finding, continued for payment until April 12 2012.  Negligent operation of a motor vehicle, failure to stop/yield for a police officer, dismissed.  Speeding, recorded.  Restitution to the Seaside Pub.

VONSTATTS, Jeremey D, 25, 1071 Shootflying Hill Rd, Centerville; OUI liquor, second offense; negligent operation of a motor vehicle; miscellaneous equipment violation; speeding November 19 2010 in Barnstable.  OUI, guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  Ninety days house of correction, suspended.  Continued without a finding, continued for payment, probation until April 12 2013.  Negligent operation, admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding until April 12 2013.  Equipment violation, speeding not recorded.  Fourteen days in-patient treatment.  Alcohol-free with screens after care through April 12 2013.

ORLEANS DISTRICT COURT

April 14, 2011

In court April 11, 2011

DISPOSITIONS

RICHTER, Gary A Jr, 33, 9 Grafton St, Millbury; assault & battery; assault & battery on a police officer; assault with a dangerous weapon; attempted murder January 20 in Brewster.  Assault & battery, admitted to sufficient facts.  Guilty finding.  One year, house of corrections, 21 days credit, suspended until February 11 2014.  Probation until February 11 2014.  Assault & battery on a police officer, deletion "on police officer" in open court February 11.  Admitted to sufficient facts.  Guilty finding.   One year, house of corrections, 21 days credit, suspended until February 11 2014.  Probation until February 11 2014.  Assault with a dangerous weapon, admitted to sufficient facts.  Guilty finding.   One year, house of corrections, 21 days credit, suspended until February 11 2014.  Probation until February 11 2014.  Attempted murder, dismissed.

In court April 12, 2011

DISPOSITIONS

SOTIRI, Kristoros, 19, 14 Putting Green Ln, Harwich; receiving stolen property January 11 in Dennis.  To be dismissed if courts costs paid by May 12.

In court April 13, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

MEEHAN, Edward W, 25, 10 Bellgrove Rd, S. Dennis; Class B drug possession with intent to distribute, oxycodone, March 11 in Dennis.  Pretrial hearing scheduled for May 5.  According to police reports, an undercover officer contacted Meehan and expressed interest in purchasing oxycodone.  Meehan explained he was out of 30-milligram pills, but one 80-milligram pill could be had for $80.  The officer made the purchase, and Meehan provided instructions on how to "cook and shoot" the pill.  Meehan was identified by the officer from an RMV photograph.

DISPOSITIONS

CIRILLO, Paul, 46, 89 Parkway, Harrington Pk NJ; OUI liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, marked lanes violation September 20 2009 in Chatham.  Bench trial.  OUI liquor, not guilty.  Negligent operation, guilty.  Operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, guilty.  Filed.  Marked lanes violation, not responsible.  Administrative supervision. 

DOOLEY, Joseph P Jr, 76, 17 Dundee Cir, Harwich; leaving the scene of personal injury, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, marked lanes violation November 12 2010 in Harwich.  Leaving the scene of personal injury, dismissed.  Negligent operation, guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  Probation until April 12 2012.  Marked lanes violation, not responsible. 

GALLAHER, Kristin D, 26, 27 Moss Ln, Brewster; assault & battery with a dangerous weapon, amended to assault & battery February 19 in Harwich.  Continued without a finding until April 12, 2012.  Administrative supervision.

PIKE, Scott A, 46, 239 Whiffletree Ave, Brewster; Class D drug possession with intent to distribute, marijuana, amended to Class D drug possession, September 7 2010 in Brewster.  Admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding until April 12, 2012.  Administrative supervision.

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