Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions - July 27, 2011

ORLEANS DISTRICT COURT

July 27, 2011

In court July 26, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

WALLACE, Rose M, 55, 1165 Massasoit Rd, N. Eastham; OUI liquor; negligent operation of a motor vehicle; marked lanes violation, July 25 in Orleans.  Pretrial conference scheduled for August 26.

WRIGHT, Philip, 52, 1451 Long Pond Rd, Brewster; violating an abuse prevention order, July 21 in Brewster. Pretrial conference scheduled for August 26.

DISPOSITIONS

LASKY, Christopher, 32, 10 Brookview Ave, Delmar NY; two counts, assault & battery; threatening to commit a crime, June 28 in Harwich.  All counts dismissed.

REED, Otis J, 38, 54 Partridge Path, Chatham; breaking & entering for misdemeanor; larceny under $250, December 27 2010 in Chatham.  Both counts, guilty plea.  Both counts, guilty finding.  Six months house of correction, concurrent @1026CR2031 on both counts, suspended until September 21.

WALKER, Mark, 50, 370 S. Silver Ln, Sunderland; violating an abuse prevention order, January 4 in Chatham.  Jury trial.  Nollo prosequi, "in the interest of justice."

FALMOUTH DISTRICT COURT

July 27, 2011

In court July 26, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

BARNES, Thomas H,67, 26 Pinecrest Beach Drive, East Falmouth; possession of a firearm without anFID card, possession of Class A drug (syringes, and white substance on spoon, marijuana) on July 12 in Falmouth.  September7 hearing scheduled.

BENNETT, Michael F,47, 95 Spring Bars Road, Falmouth; operation of a motor vehicle with asuspended license on July 12 in Falmouth.  Hearing scheduled for September 27.

HANSCOM, Justin W,31, 556 County Road, Pocasset; operating under the influence of alcohol,negligent operation of a motor vehicle, marked lanes violation on July 26 inBourne. Hearing scheduled September 7.

DISPOSITIONS

COLEBROOKE, Kevin,24, 63 Cherry Street, Plymouth; improper use of a motor vehicle, unregisteredmotor vehicle, uninsured motor vehicle, on July 12 in Falmouth. Dismissed uponpayment received by August 23.

LOPES, Jesse P, 29, 290 Rear Court  Street, Plymouth; being present where heroinis kept on February 24 in Falmouth. Guilty, sentenced to 18 days house of correction.

MEISSNER, Scott, 42,38 Walker Street, Falmouth; larceny over $250 (3 counts), forgery of promissorynote (2 counts) on December 21 2007 in Falmouth. Guilty on May 30 2008. Sentencedto 6 months house of correction with 14 days credit.

MEISSNER, Scott, 42,38 Walker Street, Falmouth; larceny under $250, uttering false prescription,September 15 2004. Guilty.

WAREHAM DISTRICT COURT

July 27, 2011

In court July 26, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

SIGGINS, Eric, 24,426 Main St., Wareham; from an arrest on July 25, Siggins was arraigned on acharge of shoplifting by concealing merchandise. According to the policereport, Wareham police were dispatched to Shaw's Supermarket on a report of an"active" shoplifter. Upon arrival, loss prevention personnel pointed out a malewearing a backpack, believed to be stealing merchandise. The male, lateridentified as Siggins, was approached by the officer, and informed that lossprevention had him on camera loading up his backpack, twice, with groceryitems. Siggins was searched, handcuffed, and taken into custody. He wasreleased on his own recognizance to appear on August 3 for pretrial conference.

STODDARD, Karen P,46, 16 Valley Rd., Middleboro; from an arrest on July 25, Stoddard wasarraigned on charges of OUI drugs, and child endangerment while operating underthe influence of drugs. According to the police report, Middleboro police weredispatched to the parking lot of the Stop and Shop Supermarket on a report calledin by an off duty officer of an erratic operator. The operator of the vehiclewas known to the off duty officer, according to the report, as a drug user.Upon arrival, the officer responding to the scene observed two people in theparked vehicle, the operator, later identified as Stoddard, slumped forwardagainst the steering wheel as if she had passed out, and a passenger, lateridentified as Stoddard's 7-year-old son. As a result of several observationsmade by the officer, Stoddard was taken into custody and charged with the aboveoffenses.  Pretrial conference wasscheduled for August 25.

SHADRICK, Jennifer, 22,28 Camardo Dr., Wareham; from a complaint issued July 8 by Marion police,Shadrick was arraigned on charges of OUI, negligent operation of a motorvehicle and marked lane violation in connection with a motor vehicle accidentin the area of 330 Wareham Rd. According to the police report, Marion police,responding to several 911 calls reporting the accident, arrived at the scene tofind Shadrick, suffering from injuries, trapped in her vehicle by the steeringwheel. An investigation determined that Shadrick, allegedly while operating thevehicle while intoxicated, left the roadway and drove on the sidewalk, strikinga utility pole causing heavy damage to the front end of the vehicle. The reportstated that the vehicle hit the pole so hard that the battery was ejected fromunder the hood and thrown 15 feet. Shadrick was transported to the TobeyHospital Trauma Center. She was released on her own recognizance to appear onSeptember 9 for pretrial conference.

DISPOSITIONS

THOMAS, Kyle, 32,14 Beaver Dam Rd., Carver; plead guilty today to a charge of breaking andentering, nighttime for felony in connection with stolen jewelry valued at morethan $3,600 recovered from local pawn shops. The thefts occurred at 16 BeaverDam Rd., next door to the Thomas residence. Thomas was sentenced to two yearshouse of correction, suspended with probation to January 8, 2014. Thomas alsohad another case brought forward today involving the alleged theft of over$20,000 worth of equipment from another residence. He is scheduled to be backin court for a disposition on that matter on September 14.

FOX, Nancy, 55,115 Precinct St., Lakeville; from an arrest by Lakeville police on June 22, Foxwas found guilty on charges of OUI, 2nd offense, negligent operationof a motor vehicle and speeding. Fox was sentenced to 90 days house ofcorrection, suspended with probation to July 24, 2013, and ordered to attend a14 day inpatient program.

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