Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions - September 30, 2011

BARNSTABLE DISTRICT COURT

September 30, 2011

In court September 29, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

ADKINS, Jarred D, 28, 41 Merry Mount, W. Yarmouth; vandalizing property; disorderly conduct; assault & battery; resisting arrest, September 24 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for October 26.

BOUDREAU, Steven J, 21, 44 Longboat Dr, Centerville; fugitive from justice on court warrant, September 27 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for October 6.

BOUDREAU, same.  Larceny over $250; larceny from a building, May 6 in Yarmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for October 6.

GAY, Elizabeth L, 41, 80 Constance Rd, W. Yarmouth; assault & battery; larceny from a person, September 27 in Yarmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for November 2.

MACIEL, Curtis, 22, no address given; breaking & entering at nighttime for felonious purposes; larceny over $250, March 5 2009 in Yarmouth.  Nolle prosequi, both counts.  Insufficient evidence.

MOLONEY, Sean T, 43, 118 Bay Ln, Centerville; Class B drug possession, one gram of cocaine, September 17 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for November 3.  According to police reports, a sheriff's deputy and a Barnstable officer entered the 19th Hole restaurant on routine foot patrol.  An officer present asserted he had seen three men exchanging plastic bags of cocaine.  It was not stated in the police report whether the officer was on duty or in uniform.  The deputy and his associate spoke to the men and requested they step outside to speak, because the music was too loud for conversation.  The men agreed.  Moloney volunteered he held marijuana and presented it, leaving a plastic bag containing a white powder visible in his pocket.  The officer seized the bag.  Moloney was arrested.

MORRIS, Joel M, 24, 434 Skunknet Rd, Centerville; assault & battery, September 28 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for October 28.

RIVERA-HIBBARD, Cristina C, 24, 110 Acorn Dr, Dennis; Class A drug possession with intent to distribute, heroin; conspiracy to violate drug laws, September 28 in Yarmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for October 26.  According to police reports, Rivera-Hibbard was arrested in the parking lot of Dunkin Donuts in a purple Dodge minivan.  It contained syringes, heroin and a glass jar of marijuana.

SPAGUE, Mark C, 32, 28 Prospect Ave, W. Yarmouth; sex offender failure to register, April 2 in Yarmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for October 26.

DISPOSTIONS

BROOKS, Selwyn L, no age given, 790 Dixon Rd, Jonesboro GA; Class B drug possession with intent to distribute, oxycodone; conspiracy to violate drug laws,  June 21 in Barnstable.  Co-defendant with TORRES.  Both counts dismissed.  Probable cause found.  Bound over to Superior Court.

BURNS, Rodney A, 23, 82A Old South Rd, Nantucket; trafficking in heroin/morphine/opium; conspiracy to violate drug laws, June 22 in Barnstable.  Both counts dismissed.  Probable cause found.  Bound over to Superior Court.

BURNS, same.  Trafficking in heroin/morphine/opium, June 22 in Nantucket.  Dismissed.  Probable cause found.  Bound over to Superior Court.

COLEMAN, Adam A, 40, 36 Alexander Dr, Dennis; receiving stolen property over $250; fugitive from justice on court warrant, date and location unknown.  Receiving stolen property, guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  One year house of correction, two hundred ninety-nine days credit; committed.  Fugitive from justice, dismisssed.

COSTA, Steven A, 35, 147 Ridgewood Ave, Hyannis; assault with a dangerous weapon; disorderly conduct, July 22 in Barnstable.  Assault, admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding, continued for payment until September 27 2012.  Disorderly conduct, guilty plea.  Guilty finding.

ELDREDGE, Kyle W, 26, 2 John Avellar Cir, Orleans; carrying a firearm without a license; carrying a firearm without an FID card; receiving stolen property over $250; failure to stop for a police officer; speeding; not sticker, October 18 2010 in Barnstable.  Speeding, not recorded.  All other counts, dismissed, except possession of a firearm without an FID card, guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  One year, house of correction, concurrent @1026CR1490. 

GHELFI, Michael, 40, 243 Hill and Plain Rd, Falmouth; larceny over $250 by single scheme, July 28 in Barnstable.  Admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding until September 28 2012.  Restitution of $8,502.

HARRIS, Nicholas C, 65, 15 Flakeyard Ln, W. Yarmouth; larceny over $250 by single scheme; conspiracy, March 7 in Barnstable.  Co-defendant with HOPPE and MARTINEZ.  Larceny, admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding, continued for payment until September 27 2012.  Conspiracy, dismissed.

HOPPE, Kevin A, 49, 2117 Main St, Marstons Mills; larceny over $250 by single scheme; conspiracy, March 7 in Barnstable.  Larceny, admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding, continued for payment until September 27 2012.  Conspiracy, dismissed.

MARTINEZ, Peter B, 40, 48 Beach St, Monument Beach; larceny over $250 by single scheme; conspiracy, March 7 in Barnstable.  Larceny, admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding, continued for payment until September 27 2012.  Conspiracy, dismissed.

PECKHAM, Christopher R, 33, 135 W. Main St, Apt 1, Hyannis; Class B drug possession with intent to distribute; Class B drug possession, January 11 in Barnstable.  Guilty plea, both counts.  Guilty finding, both counts.  Two years house of correction, suspended until September 27 2013.  DNA sample.  Level III home confinement for six months.

PRICE, Wesley D, 35, 23 Bettys Path, W. Yarmouth; assault & battery; vandalizing property, September 9 in Yarmouth.  Both counts dismissed.

SCOBIE, Daniel M Jr, 23, 234 W. Great Western Rd, Yarmouth; assault & battery with a dangerous weapon, July 1 in Yarmouth.  Dismissed.

TORRES, Martha, 23, 926 N. Wilmington Blvd, Apt 11, Wilmington CA; trafficking in heroin/morphine/opium; conspiracy to violate drug laws, June 21 in Barnstable.  Both counts dismissed.  Probable cause found.  Bound over to Superior Court.

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