Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions - May 31, 2011

BARNSTABLE DISTRICT COURT

May 31, 2011

In court May 27, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

HEALEY, Kevin, 29, 492 Kingman St, E. Taunton; OUI liquor, second offense; negligent operation of a motor vehicle; leaving scene of property damage, resisting arrest February 18 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for July 18.

JOHNSON, Patrick A, 26, 256 Storey Hill Cliff Rd, Centerville; possessing ammunition without an FID, five (5)  .38 caliber rounds; Class D drug possession with intent to distribute, marijuana, May 26 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for June 22.  According to police reports, officers executed a search warrant of Johnson's residence following multiple controlled buys.  The search turned up a digital scale, one bag of marijuana, weight not specified, and approximately $800 in cash. 

MILLER, Shaun, 25, 800 Bearse's Way, Apt #6WE, Hyannis; trafficking in heroin/morphine/opium, May 26 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for June 21. 

DISPOSITIONS

FISH, Amanda L, 22, 52 Old Mill Rd, Marstons Mills; assault & battery with a dangerous weapon; assault & battery, March 23 in Barnstable.  Assault & battery with a dangerous weapon, dismissed.  Assault & battery, admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding, continued for payment until November 28.

GANSEMER, Jolyn, 46, 467 Ocean St, Hyannis; OUI, third offense; negligent operation of a motor vehicle; open container violation, August 17 2007 in Barnstable.  OUI, guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  Six months, house of correction; 14 days credit.  Negligent operation, 30 days house of correction, concurrent with first count.  Open container violation, not recorded.

LOXLEY, John, 33, 14 Ricky Ln, E. Wareham; breaking & entering at nighttime for felonious purposes; larceny over $250, July 3 2010 in Sandwich.  Both counts dismissed.

MAXIM, Holly L, 34, 36 Tobey Hill Dr, Dennis; shoplifting by concealing merchandise, January 10 in Barnstable.  Guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  No other information.

PEARL, Derek C, 26, 19 Jody Ln, Forestdale; Class A drug possession, heroin; Class B drug possession, suboxone, January 18 in Sandwich.  Both counts, admitted to sufficient facts.  Both counts, continued without a finding, continued for payment until May 29 2012.

ORLEANS DISTRICT COURT

May 31, 2011

In court May 27, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

BELLEFLEUR, Justin L, 25, 1276 S. Main St, Palmer; violating an abuse prevention order, threatening to commit a crime May 24 in Chatham.  Pretrial conference scheduled for June 28.  According to police reports, this arraignment involves an unlicensed firearm without an FID in Bellefleur's possession, a possible threat by Bellefleur against another party, and possible Facebook harassment by Bellefleur and his current girlfriend against that party.

DULAC, Andrew R, 22, 81 S. Yarmouth Rd, Dennis; OUI liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, marked lanes violation, state highway traffic violation May 27 in Orleans.  Pretrial conference scheduled for July 6.

GOLDMAN, Edward J, 71, 357 Main St, Wellfleet; assault with a dangerous weapon, a knife, February 22 in Wellfleet.  According to police reports, Goldman assaulted another party after her dog allegedly bit him.  The responding officer noted the dog in question appeared playful, if excited.  The victim stated although the dog mouthed Goldman's arm, it did not bite him.  The dog's owner had apologized to Goldman for the incident, but he later returned to confront her, threatening to "run (the dog) through" with the knife.  Goldman admitted his intent was to scare the dog's owner.  The alleged dog bite and alleged assault both took place on a public thoroughfare.

DISPOSITIONS

FLAHERTY, James W, 59, 2661 Main St Apt 3, S. Chatham; OUI liquor, second offense; open container violation April 25 2009 in Chatham.  Probation terminated.  Defendant discharged.

KOSYAKOV, Alexander A, 25, 313 Rte 28, Apt A, W. Dennis; assault & battery with a dangerous weapon, a lighter, February 7 in Dennis.  Pretrial conference scheduled for July 19.

KOSYAKOV, Alexander A, same.  Assault to maim, February 7 in Dennis.  Nolle prosequi.  This docket is replaced by KOSYAKOV, above.

MUNROE, William, 43, 8 Buggy Whip Rd, Brewster; threatening to commit a crime; assault, June 9 2010 in Brewster.  Both counts, dismissed.  Defendant discharged.

WAREHAM DISTRICT COURT

May 31, 2011

In court May 26, 2011

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, 27, 12 Stevens Ave., Wareham; arraigned on charges of OUI, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, and 2 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 pre-trial conference.

In court May 26, 2011

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 1 count of obscene material to a minor from incidences occurring in January and February in Wareham. Hardy continues to be held on high bail.

In court May 27, 2011

DISPOSITIONS

MAGUIRE, Brendan, 32, 336 East St., Bridgewater; from his arrest on April 9, Maguire admitted to sufficient facts, continued without a finding to May 25, 2012 on the charge of OUI. Maguire’s sentence included 45 day alcohol/drug education program, 45 day loss of license and $365 in fees and assessments.

ELDRIDGE, Michael, 27, 34 Wordell St., Rochester; charges of malicious destruction of property were dismissed at the request of the victim.

WEAVER, Joshua E, 20, 5 Savory Pond Rd., Plymouth; admitted to sufficient facts, continued without a finding with probation to February 27, 2012, and ordered to pay restitution to a charge of larceny over $250 from a reported employee theft at Target on November 18, 2010.

CAMPANRIO, Tina M, 44, 1021 Walnut Plain Rd., Rochester; from a complaint issued April 25, charges of assault and battery were dismissed by request of the victim from a domestic incident in Mattapoisett in April.

In court May 26, 2011

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 6 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 H/C, 6 months to serve, probation to May 23, 2013.

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