Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions - July 29, 2011

FALMOUTH DISTRICT COURT

July 29, 2011

In court July 28, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

ANTONE, Manuel J,42, 3 Lake Way, East Falmouth; assault and battery, intimidation of a witness onMay 23 in Falmouth. Hearing scheduled for August 11.

GENDREAU, Jeremy D,24, 12 Viber Lane, East Falmouth; receiving stolen property over $250 (2counts), receiving stolen property under $250 (3 counts) on July 27 inFalmouth.  Hearing scheduled for August 11.

GROSZ, Joseph R,29, 485 Teaticket Highway, East Falmouth; assault and battery on July 12 inFalmouth. Hearing scheduled for August 25.

HASSEOTES, Hercules G,42, 80 Fisher Road, Southborough; improper storage of a firearm, transfer/lossof firearm report filed by owner on July 25 in Mashpee. Hearing scheduled forAugust 31.

LUPO, Theresa J,40, 30 Charlotte Furnace Road, West Wareham; operation of a motor vehicle with asuspended license, no inspection sticker. Hearing scheduled for August 25.

TRAINOR, Jeremy J,20, 56 Curtis Mill Lane, Hanover; operation of a motor vehicle with a suspendedlicense, speeding on July 27 in Bourne. Hearing scheduled for August 25.

DISPOSITIONS

CONN Todd A, 37,64 Alderberry Lane, East Falmouth; assault and battery, destruction of propertyover $250. Dismissed.

MELLO, Emily E,18, 775 East Falmouth Highway, East Falmouth; operation of a motor vehicleunlicensed, failure to stop/yield at intersection on July 13 in Mashpee.Dismissed pay court costs by August 25.

STUKANOVSKIY, NicoleM, 23, 405 Jones Road, East Falmouth; shoplifting on June 20 in Falmouth. Dismissed.

TRIPP, Ryan T,44, 18 Beach Street, Monument Beach; operation of a motor vehicle with asuspended license (amend to subsequent offense), speeding on March 28 in Bourne.Continued without a finding until January 28 2012.

WILSON, Fawn M,30, 64 Alderberry Lane, East Falmouth; assault and battery with a dangerousweapon, destruction of property over $250. Dismissed.

WAREHAM DISTRICT COURT

July 29, 2011

In court July 28, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

SLOCOMB, Harry C, 44,185 Acushnet Rd., Mattapoisett; from an arrest on July 28, Slocomb wasarraigned on a variety of charges in connection with an alleged stabbing.According to the police report, Mattapoisett police dispatch received a callfrom New Bedford police and St. Luke's Hospital emergencydepartment reporting that they had a patient in the emergency room that was thevictim of a stabbing in Mattapoisett.  Aninterview of the victim by Mattapoisett police revealed the identity of theattacker as Harry Slocomb of Acushnet Rd, Mattapoisett.  Further investigation by police indicated thatSlocomb was an associate or member of the Sidewinder Motorcycle Gang, and thathe was the owner of several firearms.  At6:45 am, Mattapoisett police met up with members of the SWAT team to execute anarrest and search warrant at the Slocomb residence. Slocomb was arraigned on charges of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, a knife, inconnection with the stabbing. Bail was set at $1,500. Slocomb was also arraignedon charges of possession of a firearm without an FID card, improper storage ofa firearm, and assault with a dangerous weapon, a Mag light. Additional bail inthe amount of $1,000 was set on the firearms charges. Slocomb is due back incourt on August 17 for pretrial conference.

DISPOSITIONS

SMITH, Russell W,37, 7 Sawyer St., Wareham; from a complaint issued February 22, 2011 by Warehampolice, Smith entered a guilty plea on a charge of domestic assault and batteryand was sentenced to 2 years house of correction, 6 months to be served, balance suspended withprobation to July 26, 2013. Smith admitted that he slapped and punched thefemale victim in the face.

HARRIS, Robert J,Jr., 53, 9 Tremont St., Apt.2, Carver; from an arrest on June 3, 2010 byCarver police, Harris entered a guilty plea on a charge of domestic assaultwith a dangerous weapon, a knife. Harris was sentenced to 2 1/2 years in house of correction,suspended with probation to July 26, 2013. The facts of the case as containedin the police report, which Harris admitted to today, state that Harris becameso upset with the victim because some vegetables had gone bad that he held asteak knife to her throat and threatened to cut her [expletive] head off.

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