Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions - August 3, 2011

FALMOUTH DISTRICT COURT

August 3, 2011

In court August 2, 2011

COLEMAN, Gerald A, 43, 79 Elizabeth Jean Drive, EastFalmouth; assault and battery on August 2 in Falmouth. Hearing scheduled for September7.

DINEEN, Kevin, M, 51, 55 Linden Street, Allston;disorderly conduct, possession of a Class B drug (oxycodone), open container ofalcohol in vehicle on August 2 in Falmouth. Hearing scheduled for September 13.

FERNANDES, Taylor M, 23, 57 Long Hill Road, Bourne;operation of a motor vehicle with a suspended license on July 12 in Bourne.

DISPOSITIONS

BROWNE, Jsemal D, 38, 141 Tashmoo Drive, VineyardHaven; operation of a motor vehicle with a suspended license on June 2 inFalmouth. Pay court costs by September 30.

COSTA, Sandra L, 47, 165 Plum Hollow Road, EastFalmouth; larceny over $250 on January 10 in Falmouth. Pay court costs byFebruary 1 2012.

JOHNSON- PROFITT, Shaylyn, 25, 264 Main Street, Mashpee;larceny under $250 on July 7 in Mashpee. Dismissed at the request of thevictim.

ROSENFIELD, Mark D, 53, 256 Hatchville Road, EastFalmouth; sexual conduct, disorderly conduct, accost/annoy person of oppositesex, disturbing the peace (subsequent offense) on July 9 2010 in Falmouth. 6months house of corrections committed on July 7 2011.

ZAHN, Carl, 50, 3 Miller Drive, Plymouth; operation ofa motor vehicle with a suspended registration, uninsured motor vehicle onDecember 28 2010 in Bourne. Pay court costs by October 23 2011. 

WAREHAM DISTRICT COURT

August 3, 2011

In court August 2, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

BUNKER, Barbara N, 25,426 Washington St., Taunton; from a complaint issued July 13, Bunker wasarraigned on a charge of larceny over $250. She was released on her ownrecognizance to appear on September 27. According to the complaint, Bunkerallegedly stole property of Muckey's Liquors valued at more than $250. Nopolice report was available.

SCHUSTER, Brandon M, 25,3 Plymouth Ave., E. Wareham; Schuster was arraigned on a charge of leaving thescene of property damage in connection with a motor vehicle accident on GlenCharlie Road. According to the report, Wareham officers responding to the scenediscovered that the vehicle, heavily damaged and blocking traffic, was empty.The operator had left the scene. Shortly after, a call came in to the policestation reporting the vehicle stolen. Wareham officers conducting an interviewof Schuster at his home observed that Schuster's face was swollen and red, andthat he had a gash on his arm that appeared to be a recent injury. Afterfurther questioning, Shuster allegedly admitted to being responsible for thecrash, and leaving the scene. He was released on his own recognizance today toappear on September 2 for pretrial conference.

BRIEN, Lynda E, 2Standish St., E. Wareham; from a complaint issued June 13 by Wareham police,Brien was arraigned on a charge of domestic assault and battery. She wasreleased on her own recognizance to appear on August 22 for pretrialconference.

MCCARTHY, Kevin, 21,14 E. Main St., Middleboro; from an arrest on August 2 by Middleboro police,McCarthy was arraigned on a charge of domestic assault and battery. Pretrialwas scheduled for September 27.

PRADA-RUIZ, Joseph E, 22, 94 Park Ave., Wareham; from complaints issued August 2, Prada-Ruiz wasarraigned on four separate complaints stemming from four separate B&Es.Charges include; four counts of breaking and entering, daytime for felony,three counts of larceny under $250 by false pretense, and three counts ofreceiving stolen property. Bail was set at $1,500 for his appearance on August23 for pretrial conference.

SOBOL, Samuel, 426Main St., Wareham; from an arrest on August 2, Sobol was arraigned on chargesof breaking and entering in a building, nighttime for felony, larceny from abuilding and possession of a burglarious instrument in connection with analleged breaking and entering at CVS Pharmacy, 419 Main St., Wareham. Bail wasset at $500 for Sobol's appearance on August 30 for pretrial conference.According to court records, Sobol was arraigned on similar charges in StoughtonDistrict Court on June 21.

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