Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions - September 12, 2011

ORLEANS DISTRICT COURT

September 12, 2011

In court September 9, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

CAREY, Adam, 32, 4730 E. Key Dr, Titusville FL; violating an abuse prevention order, July 26 in Wellfleet.  Pretrial probation until October 11.

FALCONE, Michael J, 25, 76 Sea Pine Rd, Wellfleet; assault & battery, April 2 in Eastham.  Pretrial probation until March 9 2012.

DISPOSITIONS

ACKERMAN, Craig, 34, 210 W. Rd, Apt D14, Wellfleet; vandalizing property, September 8 2010 in Eastham.  Final disposition:  dismissed.  Defendant discharged.

BURNS, Phillip, 22, 25A Pleasant, Plainville; OUI liquor; lights violation, August 24 in Provincetown.  Both counts, admitted to sufficient facts.  24D program.  OUI, continued without a finding, probation until September 7 2012.  Lights violation, not responsible.

HAVEROTH, Rogerio M, 25, 645 Old Bass River Rd, Dennis; OUI liquor; negligent operation of a motor vehicle; unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle; marked lanes violation, September 4 in Dennis.  OUI, marked lanes:  admitted to sufficient facts.  24D program.  Continued without a finding, probation until September 7 2012.  Other counts, dismissed.

SANTANA, Rogerio M, 45, 9 Hydaway Ln, S. Dennis; assault & battery with a dangerous weapon, August 23 in Dennis.  Dismissed.

FALMOUTH DISTRICT COURT

September 12, 2011

In court September 9, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

AHEARN, Andrew G,27, 6 Chase Road, Barnstable; larceny under $250 on August 1 in Falmouth.Hearing scheduled for October 20.

BARRON, Matthew K, 29, 56 Goff Terrace, Centerville; larceny over $250 on August 1 in Falmouth.Hearing scheduled for October 20.

BELMONTE, James A Jr, 28, 16 Cranberry Road, Bourne; assault and battery, destruction of propertyover $250 on August 9 in Bourne. Hearing scheduled for October 17.

FEVERSTEIN, Joyce, 53, 226 Main Street, Cotuit; operation of a motor vehicle with a suspendedlicense on July 14 in Mashpee. Hearing scheduled for October 21.

HAPEMAN, Priscilla, 21, 103 James Circle, Mashpee; drug possession of a Class A (heroin),conspiracy to violate drug law on August 9 in Falmouth. Hearing scheduled forSeptember 23.

HAPEMAN, Priscilla, 21, 103 James Circle, Mashpee; being present where heroin is kept, conspiracyto violate drug law on April 21 in Mashpee. Motion scheduled for September 23.

McLAUGHLIN, James F,24, 2 Milford Street, Plymouth; operation of a motor vehicle with a suspendedlicense, speeding on August 23 in Bourne. Hearing scheduled for November 4

SARGENT, Jesse J,35, 11 Periwinkle, Hyannis; larceny over $250 in a single scheme on August 1 inFalmouth. Hearing scheduled for October 20.

DISPOSITIONS

AZARIAN, Desiree' R, 42, 45 Andrew Street, Falmouth; larceny of a motor vehicle, larceny over $250of a disabled person over age 60, larceny under $250 of a disabled person overthe age of 60 on June 1 in Falmouth. Dismissed due to failure of victim tocooperate.

BONIN, Jeremy, 20, 684 Main Street, Wareham; breaking and entering of a vehicle/boat (felony),larceny under $250, furnished of a false name on July 5 in Bourne. Dismissed,59 days house of correction.

HALL, Jamie R, 24, 80 Church Street, Woods Hole; disorderly conduct, assault, breaking andentering          (misdemeanor) on April20 in Falmouth. Dismissed, probation until September 6 2013.

HODGDON, James J, 38, 19 Marrigan Street, Arlington; assault, destruction of property over $250on August 8. Dismissed due to failure of victim to cooperate.

LOONAN, Derek G,24, 102 Boardley Road, Sandwich; operation of a motor vehicle with a suspendedlicense, unregistered motor vehicle, uninsured motor vehicle on June 24 inMashpee. Dismissed upon payment received by September 15.

SACCHETTI, Shane A,24, 1 Shellback Way, Mashpee; disorderly conduct on June 3 in Mashpee.Dismissed, probation until March 6 2012.

WAMBOLDT,Jason, 36, 2 Tanglewood, Falmouth; operation of a motor vehicle with asuspended license (subsequent offense), failure to stop/ yield on April 28 inFalmouth. Dismissed, 60 days house of correction.

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