Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions - May 18, 2011

BARNSTABLE DISTRICT COURT

May 18, 2011

In court May 17, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

DONNELLY, Donna L, 30, 347 Main St, Everett; defrauding an innkeeper over $100, January 20 2010 in Yarmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for June 10.

GALL, Elizabeth, 17, 148 Melbourne Rd, Hyannis; larceny over $250, April 2 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for July 6.  According to police reports, parents with a daughter in high school celebrated with her and with guests at their home after the Junior dance.  Several cars full of uninvited persons were turned away.  The parents reported one car full of girls cursed at them, then stole their hand-painted mailbox and a neighbor's mailbox.  Gall is the registered owner of the white car filled with girls, reported by the parents to have absconded with the mailboxes.  She was arrested at her residence during a party several hours after the incident.

MARICHAL, Dakys R, 38, 210 Fawcett Ln, Hyannis; assault with a dangerous weapon, a knife; assault; destruction of property under $250, May 16 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for June 17.

SWIMM, Matthew W, 25, 356 Bearse's Way, Hyannis; assault & battery with a dangerous weapon, a stick, assault & battery May 13 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for June 20.

WELSH, Justin L, 26, 90 Rosa Ln, Marstons Mills; operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license; Class B drug possession, suboxone, May 16 in Yarmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for June 22.  Suboxone is a prescription medication used in the treatment of opioid dependence. 

DISPOSITIONS

GASKILL, Timothy, 41, 230 N. Dennis, S. Yarmouth; four counts, destruction of property under $250; two counts, destruction of property over $250 May 21 2010 in Dennis.  All counts, guilty plea.  All counts, guilty finding.  All counts, concurrent @10CR0401 (follows).  Continued for payment, probation until May 15 2015.

GASKILL, Timothy, same.  Stalking; threatening to commit a crime; nine counts, vandalizing property February 4 2010 in Yarmouth.  All counts, guilty plea.  All counts, guilty finding.  Restitution to be offset if civil recovery/restitution of $20, 510.99, $881.36, $1,515.75 and $3,299.66 (various parties).  Continued for payment, probation until May 15 2015.

GUENARD, Carrie L, 49, 40 Gleason Ave A, Yarmouth; larceny of drugs, amended to larceny under $250, January 12 2010 in Yarmouth.  Jury trial.  Larceny under $250, guilty.  Continued for payment, probation until May 16 2012.

GUENARD, Carrie L, same.  Assault & battery, September 23 2009 in Yarmouth.  Dismissed. 

TOSCHES, Allen L, 57, 39 Frost Ave, W. Yarmouth; OUI liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle January 16 in Barnstable.  OUI, admitted to sufficient facts.  24D program.  Continued without a finding, continued for payment until May 16 2012.  Negligent operation of a motor vehicle, dismissed.  Restitution, private.

ORLEANS DISTRICT COURT

May 18, 2011

In court May 17, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

ZEITLER, Benjamin T, 44, 24 Conant St Apt 4, Provincetown; two counts, assault & battery with a dangerous weapon, a mop, May 17 in Provincetown.  Pretrial conference scheduled for June 17.

DISPOSITIONS

DONNELLY, Catherine M, 63, 510 Pleasant Lake Ave, Harwich; OUI liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, marked lanes violation August 20 2010 in Harwich.  Final disposition.  Defendant discharged.

MARA, Michael J, 58, 379 Tubman Rd, Brewster; OUI liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, marked lanes violation August 20 2010 in Harwich.  Final disposition.  Defendant discharged.

MCKENNEY, Eric W, 30, R/3878 Spadoni Ln, Gig Harbor WA; OUI liquor, August 9 2010 in Wellfleet.  Bench trial.  Not guilty.

MONACO, Jennifer L, 42, 113 Lower County Rd, W. Dennis; breaking & entering at nighttime for felonious purposes; larceny from a building; conspiracy July 6 2010 in Dennis.  Bench trial.  Not guilty, all counts.

PECKHAM III, Gerard F, 20, 187 Division St, W. Harwich; assault & battery, May 3 in Dennis.  Pretrial conference scheduled for June 20.

WAREHAM DISTRICT COURT

May 18, 2011

In court May 17, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

ASHE, Claire A, 41, 444 Front St., Marion; from a complaint issued April 11, Ashe was arraigned on 3 counts malicious destruction of property over $250, disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace. Cash bail was set at $2,500. The case was continued to June 7. According to the police report, a Marion police officer was dispatched to 444 Front St. on a report that an individual on the third floor of that dwelling was “trashing” the apartment with a hammer. Ashe, known to the officer, was allegedly intoxicated and responsible for considerable damage to the apartment. She was taken into custody at the scene.

LANGILLE, John E. Jr, 41, 41 Almon Ave., Brockton; from a complaint issued April 21, arraigned on 2 counts of larceny over $250. According to the police report, on March 25 a Middleboro police officer was dispatched to 30 Commerce Blvd. on a report of a larceny from the back of Cerelli Foods, specifically the theft of a commercial battery valued at $2,200. The battery had been left on a pallet at the rear of the building. Surveillance footage showed a red pickup truck pull behind the building and an occupant of the vehicle load the battery into the back of the truck. The surveillance footage was not clear enough to make an identification of the vehicle or the suspect. On April 15, an officer was again dispatched to Cerelli on a report that the same suspect had returned and taken assorted scrap metal from the same location. This time, the surveillance footage clearly revealed a company name on the door of the truck and a description of the alleged thief. Langille was identified after an investigation by police. The case has been continued to June 22 for pretrial conference.

PETRONELLI, Timothy D, 32, 8 Derry Park Drive #6, Middleboro; from a complaint issued April 27, Petronelli was arraigned on charges of possession with intent to distribute a Class A substance (heroin) and possession of a Class A substance (heroin) pursuant to a vehicle stop on Rt. 28 on March 18. According to the police report, Petronelli was arrested for driving on a suspended license. A canine sniff at the scene detected 9 “bundles” (90 “bags”) of heroin hidden in the vehicle. Case was continued to May 24 for pretrial conference.

MURPHY, Donald W, 25, 29 Cross St., Carver; from a complaint issued April 27, Murphy arraigned on charges of trespass with motor vehicle and breaking and entering daytime for felony. Murphy allegedly broke into a cranberry pond pump house on Easter morning. According to the report, he was interrupted by neighbors and fled the scene. Apparently, nothing was stolen in the incident. Case was continued to June 16 for pretrial conference.

SANTIAGO, Peter M, 34, 28 Rose Point Ave., W. Wareham; from a complaint issued April 20, arraigned on a charge of leaving the scene after causing property damage. According to the police report, Wareham officer was dispatched to the area of 18 Tobey St. for a report of a motor vehicle off the road. When the officer arrived, no occupants were present and the vehicle’s rear bumper was resting on a tree. Several unopened beer bottles were discovered on the passenger seat. After an investigation, Santiago was issued a summons to appear in court. Case continued to June 22.

DISPOSITIONS

BERGAMASCO, Aaron J, 23, 231 High St., Wareham; from a complaint issued May 25, 2010, Bergamasco plead guilty to two counts receiving stolen credit card, admitted to sufficient facts continued  without a finding to three counts of improper use of a credit card and entered guilty pleas to two counts of larceny, one over $250 and one under $250. He received probation until May 2013. The charges stemmed from the theft of a wallet.  Bergamasco was identified from a video surveillance monitor making withdrawals from an ATM machine.

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