Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions - May 13, 2011

BARNSTABLE DISTRICT COURT

May 13, 2011

In court May 12, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

BILLINGSELY, Nicolo, 22, 30 Lakeview Dr, Sandwich; Class A distribution, heroin; two counts, conspiracy to violate drug laws May 10 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for June 2.

CHAREST, Cindy J, 41, 72 North Rd, Yarmouth; uttering a false prescription, April 5 in Yarmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for June 14.

EDMONSON, Fred P, 26, 54 Oak Neck Rd, Hyannis; assault & battery, May 11 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for June 16.

KEO, Mary, 24, 11 Sagamore St, New Bedford; trafficking in heroin/cocaine/opium; Class D drug possession; Class D drug possession with intent to distribute; possession of two firearms without Firearm Identification cards (FIDs), September 30 2010 in Barnstable.  Nolle prosequi, all counts.  Indicted and arraigned in Superior Court.

MCCARTHY, Monique M, 20, 32 Station Ave, S. Yarmouth; shoplifting by asportation, May 11 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for May 19.  According to police reports, McCarthy relieved Marshall's of items including Burberry cologne, NBA cologne, Curve cologne, I Am King cologne, Usher Raymond cologne and Ed Hardy cologne by "loading her purse."  The total value of cologne and non-cologne items was $126.91. 

MULLINS, Nicolas J, 24, 11 Sagamore St #3, New Bedford; negligent operation of a motor vehicle, failure to stop/yield for a police officer, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, assault & battery on a police officer, resisting arrest September 30 2010 in Barnstable.  Nolle prosequi, all counts.  Indicted and arraigned in Superior Court.

RICE, Elena M, 29, 90 Rte 28 Apt #50, W. Yarmouth; Class A, Class B drug possession with intent to distribute, heroin and cocaine, May 11 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for May 23.

DISPOSITIONS

DESOUZA, Silas D, 34, 9 Grouse Ln, Hyannis; larceny of check under $250, October 3 2003 in Yarmouth.  Dismissed on restitution of $134 to Town of Yarmouth.

FITZMAURICE, Juliana R, 19, 2 Old Forge Ln, Sandwich; OUI liquor, marked lanes violation April 5 in Barnstable.  OUI, admitted to sufficient facts.  24D program.  Continued without a finding until May 11 2012.  Marked lanes violation, not recorded.

KOWILCIK, Kathy A, 24, 141 Canal St, Marshfield; possession of a burglarious instrument, pliers; shoplifting by concealing merchandise April 12 in Barnstable.  Possession of a burglarious instrument, dismissed.  Shoplifting, guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  Continued for payment until September 9.

ORLEANS DISTRICT COURT

May 13, 2011

In court May 12, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

LAWLOR, Margaret R, 46, 21 State Park Rd, Hull; OUI liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, marked lanes violation May 11 in Provincetown.  Pretrial conference scheduled for June 9.

DISPOSITIONS

BROMLEY, Christopher M, 17, 205 Beth Ln, Hyannis; seven counts, assault & battery, November 22 2010 in Harwich.  Count 1, admitted to sufficient facts.  Guilty finding.  Probation until November 10.  Count 3 (sic, follows 1), admitted to sufficient facts.  Guilty finding.  Probation until November 10.  Counts 4, 5, 6, 8 (sic, follows 6), dismissed. 

GAUTHIER, Judy R. 56, 112 Old Wharf Rd, Apt E6, Dennisport; three counts, violating an abuse prevention order, October 21 2010 in Dennis.  Not held but event resolved.  Defendant discharged.

GAUTHIER, Judy R, same.  One count, violating an abuse prevention order November 19  2010 in Orleans.  Final disposition:  nolle prosequi.  Defendant discharged.

GAUTHIER, Judy R, same.  Assault & battery, intimidating a witness; threatening to commit a crime; assault & battery with a dangerous weapon; kidnapping, September 26 2010 in Dennis.  Final disposition:  nolle prosequi, all counts.  Defendant discharged.

WAREHAM DISTRICT COURT

May 13, 2011

In court May 12, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

HUNTER, Christopher, 24, 3 Cedar St., Apt. 2, Wareham; released on personal recognizance on charges of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and aggravated assault and battery stemming from a domestic incident in Wareham. According to the police report Hunter allegedly grabbed the victim by the neck and slammed her head against a couch. When police arrived at the scene, Hunter allegedly fled into a wooded area where his was found by Rolf, a Wareham K9. Case was continued to June 21.

MILERO, Michael L, 50, 4 Derry Park Dr. Apt. 11, Middleboro; arraigned on charges of assault and battery and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (a plate) on May 11 in Middleboro. Police responding to a domestic disturbance at the Derry Park Dr. address made the arrest. Milero was released on his own recognizance to await a June23 pretrial conference.

DISPOSITIONS

GONZALEZ, Jose, 21, 94 Park Ave., E. Wareham; charges of assault and battery, witness intimidation and vandalize property stemming from a domestic disturbance on October 15, 2010 in Wareham were dismissed without prejudice upon request of the Commonwealth.

WORDELL, Mark, 43, 1A Shockley Dr., Lakeville; entered a guilty plea to charges of OUI 2nd offense and negligent operation of a motor vehicle from August 2010 in Middleboro. Wordell was sentenced to 90 days H/C, suspended, 2 years probation, and 14 day inpatient treatment with aftercare. According to the record, Middleboro police responded to a caller reporting that a motor vehicle went over a curb nearly striking a woman pushing a stroller. Wordell was arrested at the scene.

LAINE, Jeffrey, 28, 52 Lewis St., Marion; found not guilty of OUI after a bench trial, placed on probation for 2 years on the charge of negligent operation of a motor vehicle in Marion on December 20, 2010.

CAFARELLA, Michael J, 44, 40 Holly Rd., Marion; entered a guilty plea to OUI 2nd offense, 1 year probation, 45 day loss of license and alcohol program.  The charge of negligent operation of a motor vehicle was dismissed at the request of the Commonwealth.

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