Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions - May 26, 2011

BARNSTABLE DISTRICT COURT

May 26, 2011

In court May 25, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

BEANS, Adrian F, 25, 99 Oakview Ter, Hyannis; possession of ammunition without an FID card, four 12-gauge shotgun shells; assault & battery, May 24 in Yarmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for June 28.

OLDHAM Jr, Stephen P, 26, 7 Surrey Ln, Sandwich; larceny from a person; assault & battery April 13 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for June 23.

PERRY Jr., Robert, 19, 1 Hiramar Rd, Hyannis; indecent assault & battery on a person under 14, May 15 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for June 6.

DISPOSITIONS

BARRY Jr, Peter R, 35, 68 Cassidy Ave, S. Dennis; assault & battery, May 6 in Yarmouth.  Dismissed.

BROWN, Samuel, 18, 55 Quanset Rd, Orleans; Class D drug possession with intent to distribute, marijuana; conspiracy to violate drug laws January 1 in Sandwich.  Class D drug possession with intent to distribute, dismissed.  Conspiracy to violate drug laws, admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding, continued for payment until November 24.  According to State Police reports, a state trooper queried the plate number of Perry's vehicle without probable cause or reasonable suspicion, absent any violation of the law and without a warrant.

DAFIOTIS Jr, John P, 52, 13 Cecilia St, Bourne; OUI liquor, fourth offense, amended to third offense; marked lanes violation; registration not in possession December 13 2010 in Sandwich.  OUI, guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  Eighteen months house of correction, six months to be served, balance suspended two years; committed.  Marked lanes, recorded.  Registration not in possession, not recorded.  Restitution, private.  Continued for payment, probation until May 24 2013.

LOPEZ, Earl W Jr, 41, 155 Santuit - Newtown Rd, Marstons Mills; assault & battery; vandalizing property January 29 in Barnstable.  Jury trial.  Both counts dismissed.

RINALDI, Andrea L, 38, 9 Victory Ln, Yarmouth; assault & battery with a dangerous weapon; assault & battery; resisting arrest April 9 in Yarmouth.  Assault & battery with a dangerous weapon, assault & battery, both dismissed.  Resisting arrest, admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding, continued for payment until November 23.  Probation until November 24.

SOBOL, Samuel D, 23, 95 Brook Rd, Sharon; larceny under $250; Class B drug possession; two counts, Class E drug possession, April 30 in Barnstable.  Larceny under $250, admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding, continued for payment until May 24 2012.  All other counts dismissed.

STOCKTON, John, 29, 172 Arrowhead Dr, Hyannis; assault & battery, April 15 in Yarmouth.  Dismissed.

STOCKTON, John, same.  Assault with a dangerous weapon, March 20 in Barnstable.  Dismissed based on plea @11CR0816, below.

STOCKTON, John, same.   Three counts, assault with a dangerous weapon; assault & battery, March 20 in Yarmouth.  First count, assault with a dangerous weapon, amended to assault & battery.  Guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  Forty-five days house of correction, forty-five days credit, deemed served.  Counts #2 and 3, assault with a dangerous weapon, guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  Both counts, same sentence as first count, all concurrent, all deemed served.

WAREHAM DISTRICT COURT

May 26, 2011

In court May 25, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

KAGIWADA, Tyler, 24, 85 West St., Middleboro; arraigned on a charge of possession of Class B drug, Percocet. According to the police report, Kagiwada was a passenger in a vehicle that Middleboro police stopped for crossing the yellow line on Center St. During the stop police observed in plain view a bud of marijuana in the vehicle. The Percocets were discovered during a search of the vehicle. Kagiwada was released on his own recognizance. Pre-trial conference is set for July 12.

GODBOUT, John, 26, 13 Grey St., Onset; Arraigned on the charge of receiving stolen property over $250. Bail was set at $100 for his appearance on June 6.

SNOW, Bradley W, 49, 190 Center St. Apt. 2, Middleboro, and PRETTI, Douglas, 32, 569 Wareham St., Middleboro; Both men arraigned on charges of larceny of a building stemming from the theft of two 30 packs of beer from Kurt’s Corner Store. Police made the ID from video surveillance footage. Police allege that Pretti walked out of the store with the beer without paying and Snow was the driver of the getaway car. Both men were released on personal recognizance for their appearance on July 12.

LEON, Joseph, 31, 280 Hillman St., New Bedford, and VIEIRA, Francisco, 41, also of 280 Hillman St., New Bedford were arraigned on a variety of charges stemming from a reported road rage incident on April 9 on Rt. 195 E in the Mattapoisett / Marion area.  Leon was arraigned on charges of assault with a dangerous weapon, (motor vehicle), disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace, negligent operation of a motor vehicle and marked lane violation while Vieira was arraigned on assault, disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace. Both men will be back in court on July 12 for pretrial conference.

DONOVAN, Edward, 40, 24 Cameron Ave., Taunton; arraigned on charges of OUI 2nd offense, negligent operation of a motor vehicle and marked lane violation on May 24. Middleboro police responding to a report of an erratic driver allegedly observed Donovan’s vehicle cross the center line several times. Police, after administering field sobriety tests determined that Donovan was operating under the influence of liquor and placed him under arrest.

BELLORA, Matthew, 19, 17 Prospect St., Middleboro; arraigned on two counts of assault with a dangerous weapon (metal table leg and a knife) stemming from an incident at the Chamberlain School, 17 Prospect St., Middleboro on May 11. Police responded to a call from staff stating that several youths were ganging up on one youth, and that the students were “out of control”. Bellora’s case was continued to July 12.

TILDEN, Samantha, 19, 130 Marion Rd., Mattapoisett; arraigned on charges of OUI, disturbing the peace and disorderly conduct after allegedly leaving a party in the woods in the area of 776 Mill St. where police discovered a number of underage drinkers. Tilden was released on her own recognizance to appear on July 12 for pretrial conference.

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