Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions - May 27, 2011

ORLEANS DISTRICT COURT

May 27, 2011

In court May 26, 2o11

ARRAIGNMENTS

BOUCHER, Jack W, 17, 426 W. Main St, Harwich; larceny over $250, March 12 in Chatham.  Pretrial conference scheduled for June 21.  According to police reports, the Chatham High School principal received a report of a stolen iPod.  The theft took place during a nighttime Performing Arts Club show.  School security cameras revealed Boucher reaching into the victim's bag while it was unattended, and walking off with the iPod.

DISPOSITIONS

FOSTER, Shawn M, 22, 10 Raymons Way, Brewster; assault & battery, April 9 in Brewster.  Dismissed.

MACKENZIE, John A, 62, 6 Panorama Pt Dr, Harwich; operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license; two counts, Class E drug possession, March 24 in Orleans.  Operating with suspended license, admitted to sufficient facts.  Dismissed.  First count, Class E drug possession, admitted to sufficient facts.  Dismissed.  Second count, Class E drug possession, dismissed.

POTTS, Lucas J, 43, Orleans; leaving the scene of property damage, December 12 2010 in Dennis.  Dismissed.

WAREHAM DISTRICT COURT

May 27, 2011

In court May 26, 2o11

ARRAIGNMENTS

FARLEY, Stephanie, 24, homeless; arraigned on charges of assault and battery on a police officer, assault and battery on ambulance personnel, malicious damage to a motor vehicle, breaking and entering for misdemeanor, and larceny under $250. Bail was set at $5,000 cash for Farley’s appearance on June 9. The charges stem from an incident in Wareham at Mattress World where a shopper witnessed a female break into his vehicle in the parking lot and allegedly steal a GPS device.

FIORENTINO, Richard A, 17, 12 Stevens Ave., Wareham; arraigned on charges of OUI, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, and two counts of marked lane violations from an accident in March on Oak St., where Fiorentino allegedly crashed into a house while driving intoxicated.

BRYANT, Desso B, 51, 38 Thirteenth St., Onset; charged with assault and battery, domestic, from an incident on May 26 in Wareham. Case was continued for pretrial conference.

INDICTED

HARDY, Joshua A, 28, 54 North St., Apt. 3, Middleboro; indicted in Superior Court (all charges dismissed in Wareham District Court for arraignment in Superior Court) on five counts of indecent assault and battery on a child under 14, one count of enticing a child under 16 and one count of obscene material to a minor from incidences occurring in January and February in Wareham. Hardy continues to be held on high bail.

DISPOSITIONS

DAVIS, Bradley, 23, 1101 Richwood Rd. #2, Monroe LA, LOVETT, Lakendrick, 26, 1215 Hinkle Dr., W.Monroe, LA, and MOSES, Corey L, 32, 670 Plymouth Ave., New Bedford each had six counts of possession of a firearm without FID card dismissed. The charges stem from the April 24 roll over crash on Rt. 495 S. in Wareham where numerous firearms were located in the trunk of the vehicle. Moses continues to be held on $75,000 bail on the single count of possession of a large capacity firearm. His case was continued to July 13.

ALMEIDA, Michael E Jr., 31, 95 Shaw Rd., Fairhaven; admitted to sufficient facts, continued without a finding, probation with restitution to May 24, 2012 on a charge of larceny by check.

HENDRICKS, Robert A, 53, 239 Onset Ave., Apt. 4, Onset; Found guilty of violation of abuse order, aggravated assault and battery and an additional charge of assault and battery, sentenced to 18 months house of correction, 6 months to serve, probation to May 23, 2013.

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