Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions - September 22, 2011

BARNSTABLE DISTRICT COURT

September 22, 2011

In court September 21, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

BALDASARO, Stanley J, 46, 502 Putnam Ave, Cotuit; violating an abuse prevention order, September 19 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for October 17.

CUDDY, James L, 30, 84 Witchwood Rd, S. Yarmouth; Class D drug possession with intent to distribute, marijuana; shoplifting by concealing merchandise, September 20 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for October 6.

FRANK, Thomas C, 56, 38 Arbeta Rd, Hyannis; leaving the scene of property damage, July 19 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for October 5.  According to police reports, an officer dispatched to the vicinity of Main Street and High School Rd in Hyannis for a hit-and-run found a parked car knocked out of its original parking spot with moderate front-end damage.  One witness stated he had seen a brown "utility-type vehicle" back into the damaged car, then drag it across several parking spaces.  Frank was identified by his vehicle's license plate and cited.

GOLDSMITH, John P, 21, 4446 Falmouth Rd, Cotuit; assault & battery, July 7 in Sandwich.  Pretrial conference scheduled for July 7.

MULCAHY, Francis J, 42, 197 Farmersville Rd, Sandwich; OUI liquor; leaving the scene of property damage; negligent operation of a motor vehicle; child endangerment while OUI, September 20 in Sandwich.  Pretrial conference scheduled for September 20.

DISPOSITIONS

BILLINGSLEY, Nicolo, 22, 30 Lakeview Dr, Sandwich; Class A drug distribution, heroin; two counts, conspiracy to violate drug laws, May 10 in Barnstable.  Nolle prosequi, all counts.  Defendant indicated and arraigned in Superior Court.

BUMP, Kathleen A, a.k.a. ROSE, 56, 63 Pondview Ave, W. Yarmouth; assault & battery with a dangerous weapon, a pocketbook; larceny over $250, September 20 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for October 20.  According to police reports, Bump was arrested in connection with attempted theft from Macy's at the Cape Cod Mall.  When confronted by a store security guard, Bump whacked the guard multiple times in the chest and bit him on the thumb.  She was arrested.  Stolen items ranged from jodhpurs to a suede vest, with a total value of $425.49.

DIGELORMO, Heather A, 35, 1 Great Western Rd, S. Yarmouth; assault & battery, August 25 in Yarmouth.  Dismissed.

FORD, Adam J, 31, 77 Winter St, Hyannis; larceny over $250, amended to larceny under $250, August 20 in Barnstable.  Guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  Continued for payment, probation until September 20 2012.

JOHNSON, Patrick A, 26, 256 Stoney Cliff Rd, Centerville; Class B drug possession; resisting arrest; disorderly conduct, July 25 in Barnstable.  All counts dismissed, upon payment of court costs by December 20.

PITCHER, Susan M, 41, 10A Spring St, Hyannis; Class A drug distribution with intent to distribute, heroin; Class B drug possession with intent to distribute, cocaine; conspiracy to violate drug laws, April 1 in Barnstable.  Nolle prosequi, all counts.  Defendant indicated and arraigned in Superior Court.  According to police reports, a Barnstable detective obtained a warrant to search for cocaine in room 120 at the Budget Host Motel on Route 132.  The warrant's basis was controlled purchases of crack cocaine from Pitcher and another person residing at that location.  When detectives situated in an adjoining room executed the warrant as Pitcher exited room 120, she ran back in and tried to flush a plastic bag down the toilet.  An officer seized the bag.  Police found fourteen (14) separately tied bags of crack cocaine and a folded piece of paper containing heroin.  A subsequent search of the room revealed another bag of crack, more heroin, sandwich bags, baking soda, a digital scale and $2,300 in cash.  Both Pitcher and the other person were arrested. 

FALMOUTH DISTRICT COURT

September 22, 2011

In court September 21, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

COGGESHALL,Laura P, 49, 51 Canal Street, Sagamore Beach; leaving thescene of property damage, operation of a motor vehicle with a revoked licenseon September 9 in Bourne. Hearing scheduled for October 20.

WATT,Derek, 23, 19 Chapel Hill Road, Plymouth; operation underthe influence of alcohol, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, operation ofa motor vehicle with a suspended license on September 20 in Bourne. Hearingscheduled for November 9.

DISPOSITIONS

ARRIAGA,Juan A, 23, 46 Fresh Holes Road, Hyannis; operation of amotor vehicle unlicensed on August 23 in Mashpee. Dismissed.

BORGES,Andre F, 27, 14 Heritage Circle, Falmouth; improperoperation of a motor vehicle, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle onSeptember 9 in Falmouth. Dismissed.

CRONAN,Patricia A, 54, 93 King Street, Falmouth; disorderlyconduct, disturbing the peace, resisting arrest, threat to commit a crime (assault,battery/ murder) on June 30 in Falmouth. Dismissed, placed on probation untilSeptember 18 2012, must seek outpatient counseling.

DIGAETANO,Kristan, 18, 12 Montauk Street, Falmouth; lights violation,unlicensed operation on a motor vehicle on September 9 in Falmouth. Dismissedupon payment received by October 19.

GEGGATT,Sherry A, 54, 165 Ninigret Ave, Mashpee; unregistered motorvehicle, uninsured motor vehicle on September 9 in Mashpee. Dismissed uponpayment received by December 21.

GRAVINA,Michelle, 32, 4 Osprey Lane, Sandwich; operation of a motorvehicle with a suspended license, no inspection sticker on September 19 inMashpee. Dismissed upon payment received by October 19.

HANSCOM,Justin, 31, 566 County Road, Pocasset; operation under theinfluence of alcohol, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, marked lanesviolation on July 26 in Bourne. Dismissed upon payment received by September 192012.

MOSES,Jennifer M, 39, 86 Sheffield Place, Mashpee;assault and battery on August 22 in Mashpee. Dismissed, failure of victim tocooperate.

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