Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions - August 1, 2011

ORLEANS DISTRICT COURT

August 1, 2011

In court July 29, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

ADAMS, Jennifer A, 40, 64 Swift Ln, Chatham; OUI liquor; negligent operation of a motor vehicle; marked lanes violation, June 10 in Harwich.  All counts, admitted to sufficient facts.  OUI liquor, negligent operation, guilty finding.  24D program.  Alcohol-free, with screens.  Probation until July 30 2013.  Marked lanes, not responsible.

ADAMS, Kerry L, 50, 33 Conant St, Provincetown; lewd, wanton and lascivious conduct, January 30 2010 in Provincetown.  Competency hearing scheduled for September 8.

JOHNSON, Richard, 31, 83 Church St, Boston; OUI liquor; OUI drugs; open container violation; negligent operation of a motor vehicle; failure to stop/yield; speeding; failure to stop for police; operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license; no seat belt, July 29 in Provincetown.  Pretrial conference scheduled for August 19.  According to police reports, an officer on uniformed patrol watched a green Kia Soul traveling Route 6 southbound pass the Conwell Street intersection at a speed of over 80 mph.  The posted speed limit at that location is 45 mph.  The officer activated his overhead blue lights and gave chase.  At 90+ mph the cruiser was able to gain on the Kia, which jerked to the right and stopped just before Snail Road.  The driver, Johnson, failed field sobriety tests and admitted to having ingested three (3) Vicodin (hydrocodone) and "four or five beers."  Johnson's blood alcohol content tested at 0.17% alcohol, twice.  He was arrested.

DISPOSITIONS

CARUSO, Jason A, 33, 115 Pine Needle Rd, Wellfleet; assault & battery, July 28 in Wellfleet.  Dismissed.

FALMOUTH DISTRICT COURT

August 1, 2011

In court July 29, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

BROWN, Nicholas S, 19, 223 Quaker Meeting House Road,East Sandwich; breaking and entering into a vehicle/boat (felony), larceny over$250, receiving stolen property over $250 on July 28 in Bourne. Hearingscheduled for August 9.

FITZGERALD, James P, 25, Commercial Street, Hyannis;trespassing, Possession of Class B drug (Percocet) on July 29 in Mashpee.Hearing scheduled for August 3.

FOLEY, Marissa S, 22, 51 Mill Road, Sandwich;operation of a motor vehicle with a suspended license, accessory before thefact, destruction of property over $250 on July 28 in Bourne. Hearing scheduledfor August 9.

GOMES, Eric, 45, 622 Sandwich Road, East Falmouth;improper use of a motor vehicle, negligent operation of a motor vehicle,operation of a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol on July 29 inMashpee. Hearing scheduled for August 25.

HICKS, Phillip C, 19, 84 Sandwich Road, Bourne;trespassing on July 29 in Mashpee. Hearing scheduled for August 25.

PURDY, Cooper M, 18, 6 Bay Berry Road, Mashpee;accessory before the fact on July 28 in Bourne. Hearing scheduled for August 9.

DISPOSITIONS

CLIFFORD, Crystal L, 30, 187 Farmersville Road,Sandwich; trespassing on February 14 in Bourne. Dismissed, failure of victim tocooperate.

MALONE, Myles V, 19, 1 Tecumseh Road, Sagamore Beach;leaving the scene with property damage on May 24 in Bourne. Dismissed, placedon probation.

MASON, Robert D, 53, 19 Dollins Road, Pocasset; use ofanother's dumpster on June 2 in Bourne. Dismissed.

McDONOUGH, Mark, 47, 49 Grayson Street, Dorchester;operation under the influence of alcohol (2nd offense), negligentoperation of a motor vehicle, marked lanes. Continued without a finding untilJuly 2 2012.

MEYER, Dwight D, 48, 121 East Falmouth Highway, EastFalmouth; obscene matter to a minor, posing/exhibit a child in a sexual act onJanuary 13 in Falmouth. Dismissed.

RABESA, Andrew J, 27, 398 Hayway Road, East Falmouth;operation of a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol, negligentoperation of a motor vehicle, marked lanes, failure to stop for police,concealing license plate. Dismissed, failure of witness to cooperate.

WHITE, James, J 30, 5 Nantucket Trail, Sandwich;operation of a motor vehicle with a suspended license on March 7 in Mashpee.Dismissed pay court costs by September 30.

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