Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions- May 20, 2011

BARNSTABLE DISTRICT COURT

May 20, 2011

In court May 19, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

HAKALA, Carolyn R, 42, 6 Grouse Ln, S. Dennis; OUI drugs, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, operating a motor vehicle with suspended license; MV refusal to identify self; marked lanes violation May 8 in Yarmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for June 20.  According to police reports, a marked detail observed a brown 1999 Toyota Camry up on the right shoulder of Buck Island Rd,  attempting to pass a dark-colored SUV in the right lane signaling for a right turn.  Completing the turn, the SUV was almost hit by the Camry to an exchange of horns.  An officer stopped the Camry, driven by Hakala.  She surrendered the car's registration and falsely identified herself as the vehicle's owner, stating she was not carrying a license.  A purse on the front passenger floor contained a letter addressed to "Carolyn R Hakala."  An RMV query found a license with Hakala's picture, suspended.  The booking process turned up a plastic bag with four white pills, Xanax (alprazolam).  Alprazolam is a prescription medication used in the treatment of anxiety.

MCCABE, Francis M, 22, 164 Crestwood Ave, Tuckahoe NY; OUI liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, failure to stop for a police officer, marked lanes violation May 19 in Yarmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for June 20.

MURPHY, Jessica A, 43, 45 Freezer Rd, Barnstable; assault & battery May 17 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for June 16.

STEVENSON, Daniel, 21, 14 Nautical Way, S. Dennis; violating an abuse prevention order, May 19 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for June 20.

DISPOSITIONS

KIMBALL, Diana L, 52, 24 Deerfield Rd, E. Dennis; shoplifting by asportation, March 14 in Barnstable.  Dismissed upon payment of court costs.  Continued for payment until June 20.

MCCARTHY, Monique M, 20, 32 Station Ave, S. Yarmouth; shoplifting by concealing merchandise, May 11 in Barnstable.  Guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  Continued for payment until July 18.

SAVIOE, Bruce W, 55, 16 School St, Hyannis; sex offender failure to register, October 6 2010 in Barnstable.  Admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding, probation until May 26.

LEONARD, Christopher, 31, 10 Hammond St, Worcester; nine counts, identity fraud; eight counts, larceny over $250 by false pretenses; forgery of document; two counts, uttering a false document October 29 2008 in Barnstable.  All counts, identity fraud, all counts, larceny over $250, guilty plea.  Guilty finding  Forgery of document, both counts, uttering a false document nolle prosequi.  $400 restitution on count 9 (first count, larceny over $250), joint and several @ WINSLOW 09CR053.  Stay away from victim.  Counseling.  Eighteen months, house of correction, 240 days credit, committed.

LEONARD, Christopher, same.  Larceny over $250 by single scheme; six counts, identity fraud, five counts, forgery of check; five counts, uttering a false check August 4 2008 in Yarmouth.  Larceny over $250, guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  18 months house of correction, 240 days credit, committed.  All other counts, four years probation.  Continued for payment until May 16 2015.  Restitution of $550, joint and several @WINSLOW 09CR0038.  Must stay away from victim. 

LEONARD, Christopher, same.  Forgery of check, uttering a false check August 7 2008 in Yarmouth.  Both counts, guilty plea.   Both counts, guilty finding.  Eighteen months house of correction, concurrent @90CR525, committed.  Continued for payment, probation until May 16 2015.

PELTIER, Joseph, 45, 86 Polaris Dr, Mashpee; violating an abuse prevention order March 1 in Sandwich.  Dismissed.

WINSLOW, Lia, 21, 15 Briar Ln, Wellfleet; eight counts, identity fraud; eight counts, larceny over $250 by false pretenses; forgery of documents; two counts, uttering a false document October 29 2008 in Barnstable.  Guilty plea, all counts.  Guilty finding, all counts.  Twelve months house of correction, 203 days credit.  Stay away from victim.  Counseling, drug- and alcohol-free.  Sentence concurrent @09CR0038.  Count 9 (first count, larceny over $250 by false pretense), restitution of $400 jointly & separately @LEONARD, 09CR052.  Continued for payment, probation until  May 6 2014.

WINSLOW, Lia, same.  Larceny over $250 by single scheme, identity fraud August 4 2008 in Yarmouth.  Both counts, guilty plea.  Both counts, guilty finding.  Restitution of $50, joint and separate @LEONARD 09CR039.  Twelve months house of correction, 203 days credit, committed.  Continued for payment, probation until  May 16 2014.

WINSLOW, Lia, same.  Uttering a false prescription, July 19 2008 in Yarmouth.  Guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  Twelve months house of correction, 203 days credit, committed, concurrent @09CR053.  Continued for payment, probation until  May 16 2015.

ZHENG, Yong S, 353 Upper County Rd, S. Dennis; larceny over $250, amended to larceny under $250 May 15 in Barnstable.  Dismissed.

WAREHAM DISTRICT COURT

May 20, 2011

In court May 19, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

TRAVERS, Heidi M,37, 211 Onset Ave, Apt. 3, Onset; arraigned Thursday and dismissed Thursday, formal complaint issued on May 2, 2 counts possession Class C drug (clonazepam and lorazepam) dismissed upon request of the Commonwealth.

DISPOSITIONS

WILLETTE, Sandra M, 30, 72 Plain St., Taunton; admitted to sufficient facts, continued without a finding to May 17, 2012, OUI, 45 day loss of license, negligent operation of a motor vehicle on February 25, 2010 on Rt. 44 in Middleboro.

SHARP, Joseph, 28, 172 High St., Carver; entered a plea of guilty and was sentenced to 18 months house of correction, 6 months to serve on the charge of assault and battery (domestic), guilty pleas on 3 counts of violation of protective order, and admitted to sufficient facts, continued without a finding with probation to May 2013 on charges of witness intimidation and destruction of property.

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