Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions - June 3, 2011

BARNSTABLE DISTRICT COURT

June 3, 2011

In court June 2, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

BURKE, Patrick G, 21, address not given.  Class B drug possession with intent to distribute, Mylan A1; Class D drug possession with intent to distribute, marijuana, April 25 in Yarmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for July 6.  According to police reports, a resident reported a suspicious male walking in her neighborhood, who appeared to have a large object concealed under his shirt.  The reporting party saw this male join up with another.  When police arrived they found Burke, with them.   The man took the object from under his shirt and threw it in the near woods.  It was found to be a tan Sentry safe, apparently stolen from Burke's home.  A warrant was secured to search the safe after a K9 reacted to strongly to it.  Inside the safe were 20 1-gram baggies of marijuana; 4 1-ounce bags of marijuana; 10.75 tablets of Mylan A1, empty plastic bags and US currency.  It is the officers' contention that bongs and plastic bags found at Burke's house, along with the contents of the safe, suggest he is a drug dealer.  Mylan A1 in the imprint on 1-mg tablets of alprazolam.

DEALKMIM, Derivalo, 104 Nottingham Dr, Centerville; assault and battery; assault with a dangerous weapon, a pencil, May28 in Barnstable.  Pretrial hearing scheduled for June 7.

KRAKOWSKI, Makayla K, 18, 1117 Alewife Cir, S. Yarmouth;  assault & battery, April 24 in Yarmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for June 23.

MIRANDA, Richard J, 54, 1005 Alewife Cir, S. Yarmouth; OUI liquor, third offense; negligent operation of a motor vehicle; marked lanes violation June 1 in Yarmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for July 6.

PERRY, Clinton B Jr, 21, 615 River Rd, Marstons Mills; Class B drug possession with intent to distribute, cocaine, June 1 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for June 14.

THOMAS, Desiree R, 55, 785 Rte 28 Apt A3, S. Yarmouth; two counts, Class E drug possession, alprazolam (Xanax) and zolpidem tartrate (Ambien) April 21 in Yarmouth.  Pretrýal conference scheduled for June 27.  Aprazolam is a prescription medication used in the treatment of anxiety.  Zolpidem tartrate is a prescription sleep aid.

ORLEANS DISTRICT COURT

June 3, 2011

In court June 1, 2011

DISPOSTIONS

FULLER, Kyle, 30, 22 Francis Rd, Harwich; entering a dwelling @night for felonious purposes, amended to breaking & entering @daytime for felonious purposes; larceny from a building; larceny $250, vandalizing property December 21 2010 in Chatham.  Breaking and entering @daytime, admitted to sufficient facts.  Guilty finding.  Two years, house of correction, nine months to serve, 118 days credit, balance suspended.  Probation until May 30 2014.  Larceny from a building, admitted to sufficient facts.  Guilty finding.  Same as above, concurrent.  Vandalizing property, admitted to sufficient facts.  Guilty finding.  Same as above.

FULLER, Kyle, same.  Breaking and entering into a building @daytime for felonious purposes; larceny over $250; destruction of property over $250 December 8 2010 in Brewster.  All counts, admitted to sufficient facts.  All counts, guilty finding.  All counts, two years house of correction, nine months to be served, all concurrent @1126CR0062 and concurrent with other counts in this docket. 

FULLER, Kyle, same.  Breaking & entering @daytime for felonious purposes; larceny over $250; malicious destruction of property over $250, December 15 2010 in Brewster.  All counts, admitted to sufficient facts.  All counts, guilty finding.  Two years house of correction, nine months to be served, concurrent @1126CR0062, balance suspended until, probation until May 30 2014.  All counts, sentences concurrent.

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