Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions - May 9, 2011

FALMOUTH DISTRICT COURT

May 9, 2011

In court May 6, 2011

DISPOSITIONS

MILLER, Joshua L, 36, 1879 Phinney's Ln, Barnstable; larceny over $250 by single scheme, September 1 2009 in Mashpee.  Dismissed.

SCHELL, Trina L, 43, P.O. Box 2075, E. Falmouth; no inspection sticker; Class B drug possession, amended to Class B drug possession subsequent offense, cocaine; Class E drug possession, January 20 in Mashpee.  No inspection sticker, not responsible.  Class B drug possession subsequent offense, admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding until November 3.  Class E drug possession, dismissed.

WAREHAM DISTRICT COURT

May 9, 2011

In court May 6, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

PICARD, Korin M, 28, 52 Agawam Beach Rd., Wareham; from a complaint issues in April 14, Picard arraigned on possession of firearm without FID card in Middleboro on March 9. Case continued to July 16 for pretrial conference. According to the police report, Middleboro police were dispatched to New England Farms to check on a vehicle operating erratically. When the officer approached Picard’s vehicle they allegedly observed drug paraphernalia in plain view enabling the officer to expand the search of the vehicle. A can of mace was discovered in the center console. Picard was summoned to appear in court.

SURIEL, Justin, 17, 102 Charge Pond Rd., Wareham; charged with malicious destruction of property on May 5 at “Key Program” family services in Wareham. According to the police report, Suriel allegedly threatened workers of child and family services and hit a staff vehicle with a stick causing property damage. Case continued to July 16 for pretrial conference.

BRYANT, Royal Jr, 47, 131 Court St., Plymouth; larceny over $250. According to the police report, Wareham police dispatched to Stop and Shop observed Bryant running from Stop and Shop loss prevention personnel after allegedly attempting to shoplift $519 in groceries. Case continued to July 6 for pretrial conference.

CURRAN, Cameron, 18, 69 Mayflower Lane, E. Wareham; possession of Class A drug (heroin) from April 14 in Middleboro. Cameron was allegedly in possession of 5 “bundles” of the drug. Case continued to June 6 for pretrial conference.

DISPOSITIONS

DEIBEL, Peter J, 36, 259 Sheridan St., N. Easton; found not guilty of operating a motor vehicle negligently and operating under the influence from his arrest on Narrows Way in Wareham on June 19, 2010. According to court documents, a jury reached a not guilty verdict on the negligent operation charge but was deadlocked on the OUI charge. The judge, allowing defense motion for required finding of not guilty and reaching a determination that the Commonwealth’s case lacked sufficient evidence to sustain a finding of guilt dismissed the OUI charge.

CHRISTIANSON, Todd, 44, 464 Monponsett St., Halifax; admitted to sufficient facts, operating under the influence of liquor on September 20, 2010 in Bourne.

MACMULLEN, Donald S, lll, 30, 610 New Bedford Rd., Rochester; entered a guilty plea to operating under the influence of liquor with serious bodily injury and recklessness in Mattapoisett. According to the report Mattapoisett police were dispatched to the scene of a motor vehicle crash in the area of 10 Long Plain Rd. MacMullen, the operator of the vehicle, and a passenger had been ejected from the vehicle after hitting a telephone pole. MacMullen was driving on a suspended license.  He was sentenced in court to 2 years H/C, 1 year committed, balance suspended w/ probation.

PERREIRA, Robert, 35, 42 Hanover St., Fall River; entered a guilty plea on charges of operating a motor vehicle with revoked license, uninsured motor vehicle, and operating a motor vehicle with suspended registration. Perreira was sentenced to 18 months H/C, suspended, and placed on probation until October 5, 2012.

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