Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions - July 5, 2011

ORLEANS DISTRICT COURT

July 5, 2011

In court July 1, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

BEAUREGARD, Anne C, 49, 56 Squassock Rd, W. Springfield; OUI liquor, third offense; negligent operation of a motor vehicle; marked lanes violation, July 1 in Brewster.  Pretrial conference scheduled for July 15.

MARTIN, Cory P, 22, 162 Lyndon Rd, Providence; assault & battery, July 1 in Provincetown.  Pretrial conference scheduled for July 15.

OBRIEN, Katherine A, 21, 3 Sophie Cir, Southampton; OUI liquor, marked lanes violation July 1 in Eastham.  Pretrial conference scheduled for August 5.

DISPOSITIONS

BOYLAND, Alyssa B, 21, 28 Windchime Dr, Mansfield; OUI liquor; false/misuse of a liquor ID card/license, June 24 2010 in Brewster.  Final disposition:  dismissed.  Defendant discharged.

GOLDMAN, Edward J, 71, 257 Main St, Wellfleet; assault with a dangerous weapon, February 22 in Wellfleet.  Admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding until June 29 2012.

HIBBERT, Cameron D, 19, 112 Susan Ln, Brewster; five counts, forgery of check; five counts, uttering a false check; larceny by check over $250; five counts, receiving stolen property under $250; three counts, larceny by check under $250; October 7 and October 13 2010 in Brewster.  All counts, admitted to sufficient facts.  All counts, guilty finding.  One year, house of correction, concurrent with 1026CR0106 (1), one hundred fifty days credit.  Committed.

KUNST, Katelynn N, 20, 142 Oakham Rd, N. Brookfield; person under 21 in possession of liquor, June 26 2010 in Dennis.  Final disposition:  dismissed.  Defendant discharged.

NYDAM, Stephen P, 31, 508 Rte 28 Apt 2, W. Dennis; breaking & entering a building at nighttime for felonious purposes; larceny from a building; July 29 2010 in Dennis.  Both counts, admitted to sufficient facts.  Both counts, guilty finding.  Two and one-half years house of correction, suspended to probation until July 1 2016, both counts.

SUZANO, Maryanne S, 33, 189 Wells St, Bridgeport CT; assault & battery, May 28 in Provincetown.  Dismissed.

TORDONE, Jennifer S, 37, 24 Hayfield, E. Dennis; OUI liquor; leaving the scene of property damage; negligent operation of a motor vehicle, June 26 in Dennis.  OUI, admitted to sufficient facts.  24D program.  Continued without a finding until July 3 2012.  Leaving the scene, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, both admitted to sufficient facts.  Both dismissed.

VONHAUSEN, Natalia C, 19, 27 Wager Kb, S. Dennis; Class D drug possession; drug violation near school or park, May 27 in Dennis.  Drug violation, dismissed.  Class D drug possession, admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding until December 30.

WAREHAM DISTRICT COURT

July 5, 2011

In court July 1, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

LEE, Kimberly J, 43, 187 Matfield St., W. Bridgewater;  from an arrest on July 1, Lee was arraigned on charges of OUI, negligent operation of a motor vehicle and operation of a motor vehicle with a suspended license. According to the police report, on July 1 at 2:40 am Plymouth police were dispatched to River St. on a report of a possible motor vehicle accident. At the scene, Lee’s vehicle was found off the road in the woods. After a discussion with Lee, police determined that Lee was intoxicated, and had been operating the motor vehicle. Pretrial conference was set for August 18, 2011.

COBBS, Jeannette M, 35, 14 Barrows St., Middleboro; from a complaint issued June 10, Cobbs was arraigned on one charge of shoplifting by asportation, third offense, in connection with the theft of merchandise from Benny’s. Pretrial conference was set for August 23.

DISPOSITIONS

WALCOTT, Christopher, 21, 3026 Cranberry Highway, Apt 124, Wareham; from an arrest on March 12, Walcott was sentenced to 90 days house of correction, deemed served, after a guilty plea on a charge of assault and battery, domestic. Walcott was also placed on probation to July 1, 2013 on a charge of distribution of Class B drug. Walcott had been held on $3,000 cash bail since his arrest on March 12.

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