Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions - August 29, 2011

ORLEANS DISTRICT COURT

August 29, 2011

In court August 26, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

CALKINS, Ryan W, 26, 352 Castlewood Cir, Hyannis; assault & battery; two counts, assault & battery with a dangerous weapon, a shod foot and a Toyota pickup truck, June 15 in Harwich.  Pretrial conference scheduled for September 9.  According to police reports, Calkins and an associate robbed a man of a cellphone outside the Cape Cod Mall.  Calkins and the other suspect then apparently tailed the man back to his home in Harwich then attacked him.  A friend of the victim on the scene then called police.  The victim tried to prevent the pickup from leaving prior to the arrival of police and was struck.  Calkins was arrested at his home, "obviously intoxicated."

GONZALEZ, Anthony E, 19, 1646 Main St, Brewster; malicious destruction of property over $250, April 22 in Brewster.  Pretrial conference scheduled for September 23. 

GONZALEZ, same.  Assault & battery, August 25 in Brewster.  Pretrial conference scheduled for September 23.

MILLER, Amy C, 43, 37 Rte 6A, Orleans; OUI liquor; negligent operation of a motor vehicle; speeding, July 28 in Orleans.  Pretrial conference scheduled for October 3.

DISPOSITIONS

BELCH, Autumn A, 23, 86 Elizabeth Ln, S. Dennis; larceny over $250, June 15 2010 in Dennis.  Final disposition:  dismissed.  Defendant discharged.

BURNIE, Nathaniel D, 21, 448 Great Western Rd, Harwich; Class E drug possession, January 15 in Dennis.  Final disposition:  dismissed.  Defendant discharged.

FUHR, Christopher T, 47, 110 Pierson Dr, Wallingford CT; OUI liquor, June 30 2010 in Brewster.  Admitted to sufficient facts.  Final disposition:  dismissed.  Defendant discharged.

In court August 25, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

MACLEOD, Michael R, 22, 148 Shore Dr, Apt 6, Winthrop; OUI liquor; negligent operation of a motor vehicle; reckless operation of a motor vehicle, August 25 in Provincetown.  Pretrial conference scheduled for September 23.

DISPOSITIONS

KENT, Jessica L, 21, 282 Country Side, Chatham; larceny over $250, amended to larceny under $250, April 7 in Wellfleet.  Admitted to sufficient facts.  Guilty finding.  Thirty days, house of correction, concurrent with previous sentence - deemed served.  Pretrial credit:  30 days.  Committed (on the basis of a separate docket, unknown).

ST JOHN, Nicholas, 21, 5960 State Hwy, Eastham; OUI liquor; negligent operation of a motor vehicle; speeding, August 26 in Orleans.  Pretrial conference scheduled for September 9.

WAREHAM DISTRICT COURT

August 29, 2011

In court August 26, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

WATTERSON, Amanda, 24, 7Robinhood Rd., Wareham; from a complaint issued July 13 by Warehampolice, Watterson was arraigned on charges of receiving stolenproperty and larceny under $250 by false pretense. According to thepolice report, Watterson allegedly sold an iPhone to Gateway Goldand Pawn that had been left on the counter at Dunkin' Donuts on MainStreet by a customer. Pretrial conference was scheduled for October 18.

BENNETT, Randy R, 48, 164 MainSt., Wareham; from an arrest on August 26 by Wareham police, Bennettwas arraigned on charges of breaking and entering in a building,nighttime for felony, disturbing the peace and disorderly conduct.Bail was set at $250 for Bennett's appearance on September 26 forpretrial conference. According to the report, Wareham police weredispatched to Swift's Beach Rd. for a report that a man had kickedin the door of a residence and entered, awakening the resident whocalled the police. Upon arrival, police found Bennett sitting at apicnic table in the backyard of the home. Bennett was taken intocustody.

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