Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions - June 13, 2011

BARNSTABLE DISTRICT COURT

June 13, 2011

In court June 9, 2011

DISPOSITIONS

BERGER, Ingrid A, 21, 9 Little Acorn Ln, Sandwich; Class B drug possession, April 15 in Sandwich.  Dismissed.

ELI, Frank, 41, 569 Main St, Hyannis; larceny over $250 by false pretenses, amended to larceny under $250, December 1 2010 in Barnstable.  Admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding, continued for payment until June 7 2013.   Twenty hours community service.  $2,100 restitution.

FONTAINE, Peter, 58, no address given; indecent assault on a child under 14, May 1 2009 in Barnstable.  Dismissed.

FULLER, Kyle M, 30, 22 Francis Rd, Harwich; breaking & entering at daytime for felonious purposes; larceny from a building, December 27 2010 in Yarmouth.  Both counts, guilty plea.  Both counts, guilty finding.  Two years house of correction on each count, all concurrent @1125CR036, @1126CR0061; 156 days credit, one year to be served.  Balance suspended three years.  Continued for payment, probation until June 8 2014.

FULLER, same.  Breaking & entering at daytime for felonious purposes; larceny from a building; possession of burglarious instruments, a tire iron, January 4 in Yarmouth.  All counts, sentence same as above.

GRISWOLD, Lance E, 44, 127 Hamden Cir, Hyannis; assault & battery; sex offender failure to register, May 14 in Barnstable.  Both counts, guilty plea.  Assault & battery, guilty finding.  Sex offender, guilty finding to June 8 2011.  Two years house of correction, two years to be served, concurrent @0372CR16001.

LIND, Frank P, 31, 77 Winter St, Hyannis; aggravated assault & battery; assault & battery, open container violation February 21 in Barnstable.  All counts dismissed, without prejudice.

PASKO, Kristin L, 27, 8 Inga Terr, W. Yarmouth; operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license; Class B drug possession; Class D drug possession; Class E drug possession, February 27 in Yarmouth.  Class C possession, admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding, continued for payment, probation until June 8 2012.  Other counts, dismissed.

WAREHAM DISTRICT COURT

June 13, 2011

In court June 10, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

PHILLIPO, Kayla, 27, 29 Wenham Rd., Carver; arraigned on the charge of assault and battery on a disabled person over 60. Phillipo was released on her own recognizance to appear on July 27 for pretrial conference.

SILVA, Denise, 41, 321 County Rd., Marion; Silva was arraigned on the charge of uttering a false prescription. According to the police report, Wareham police were dispatched to the CVS Pharmacy at 419 Main St. on June 9th on a report of a female attempting to fill a prescription for the painkiller Acetamin. Silva allegedly had called in the prescription herself, stating that the call was coming from a doctor’s office. Silva’s case was continued to July 27 for pretrial conference.

CARTER, Marcus, 17, 32 Chestnut St., Wareham; Carter was held on $25,000 cash bail on 3 counts of indecent assault and battery on a person over 14 and one count of rape from a complaint issued May 28 in Wareham. The case was continued to June 15.

BRUNO, Mark, 42,321 Wareham St., Middleboro; from a complaint issued May 18, Bruno was arraigned on 5 counts of assault with a dangerous weapon, a knife. According to the report, police were dispatched to the Wareham St. address on a report of a suicidal male. Upon arrival, Bruno allegedly threatened the responding officers with a knife.  Bruno was released on his own recognizance to appear on July 29 for pretrial conference.

INDICTED

MCMANARA, Thomas A, 378 Center St., Apt 7, Middleboro; McNamara was indicted by a Plymouth County Grand Jury on several charges of rape of a child with force, indecent assault and battery on a person under 14 and distribution of obscene material. He continues to be held at the Plymouth County House of Correction on $100,000 cash bail.

TAVERAS, Jessica, 19, 8 Pine Ridge Dr., Bourne; charges of possession with intent to distribute Class B drug and possession of Class B drug were dismissed by order of the court.

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