Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions - December 2, 2011

BARNSTABLE DISTRICT COURT

December 2, 2011

In court December 1, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

BURBANK, Leita D, 19, 33 Chase St, Hyannis; larceny under $250 by false pretenses, August 3 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for January 4 2012.

FORD, Adam J, 31, 77 Winter St, Hyannis; unarmed robbery; unarmed assault to rob, November 17 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for December 22.

GALVIN, Cheyenne T, 18, 13 Main St, Mashpee; Class A drug possession, heroin; Class D drug possession with intent to distribute, marijuana; carrying a dangerous weapon, a switchblade; state highway traffic violation; speeding, November 30 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for December 30.  According to police reports, Barnstable officers with the Street Crime Unit intercepted a Saab operating in an unsafe manner.  The driver did not signal, cut off a car traveling in the opposite direction while at 40 mph, exceeding the posted speed limit of 30 mph.  When officers approached the Saab, Galvin, the operator, was found rolling a blunt (marijuana cigarette with a cigar leaf wrapper).  She denied she used drugs and volunteered to take a urine test.  Officers found thirty grams of marijuana and four grams of heroin on Galvin's person.  She explained, "I am holding it for someone .... [I]t's mine and I'm selling it, I come from a family of drugs (sic) dealers."  She was arrested.

GREGOIRE, Kelly A, 43, 77 Winter Rte 28, Apt 12, Yarmouth; assault & battery, November 30 in Yarmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for January 4 2012.

JANVARIN, Lisa M, 31, 55 Edgewater Rd, Mashpee; larceny by check over $250; forgery of check; larceny over $250, August 4 in Sandwich.  Pretrial conference scheduled for January 6 2012.

DISPOSITIONS

BURBANK, Leita D, 19, 33 Chase St, Hyannis; larceny from a person; assault with a dangerous weapon, March 15 in Barnstable.  Both counts dismissed.

CARNIERO, Renato, 24, 766 W. Yarmouth Rd, Yarmouth Port; OUI liquor; negligent operation of a motor vehicle; marked lanes violation; speeding, July 24 in Yarmouth.  OUI, negligent operation both admitted to sufficient facts.  24D program.  Continued without a finding, continued for payment until November 30 2012.  Other counts, not recorded.

DEBELL, Jennifer C, 48, 11 Oakland Rd, Apt 2, Sharon; larceny of a motor vehicle, August 8 in Barnstable.  Dismissed.

JEROME JR, Arthur B, 57, 185 Cahoon Hollow Rd, Wellfleet; larceny of a motor vehicle, August 8 in Barnstable.  Dismissed.

MELVILLE, Ashley D, 26, 7 Marchant Way, Yarmouth; OUI liquor; negligent operation of a motor vehicle; marked lanes violation, January 4 in Yarmouth.  OUI liquor, negligent operation both admitted to sufficient facts.  24D program.  Continued without a finding, continued for payment until November 29 2012.  Marked lanes, not recorded.

ROGERS JR, Scott L, 21, 28 Orr's Ave, Hyannis; larceny from a person; assault with a dangerous weapon, March 15 in Barnstable.  Both counts dismissed.

SANTOS, Jailton, 24, 83 Lewis Rd, Apt B, W. Yarmouth; shoplifting by concealing merchandise, November 29 in Barnstable.  Dismissed.  Stay away from Mass Bay store.

SMULSKI, Andrea L, 20, 30 Lakewood Dr, Mashpee; larceny over $250 by single scheme; identity fraud; eight counts, forgery of check; eight counts, uttering a false check; receiving stolen property under $250, February 20 in Barnstable.  Larceny over $250 by single scheme, admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding, continued for payment until September 7 2012.  All other counts dismissed.  Restitution of $748.98. 

TORRES, Ericsson, 36, 16 Hoover Rd, W. Yarmouth; assault & battery with a dangerous weapon, amended to assault & battery, June 14 in Barnstable.  Admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding, continued for payment until August 31 2012.  Stay away from victim.

WELDON, Christopher C, 33, 89 Water St, Pembroke; OUI liquor, July 10 in Yarmouth.  Jury trial.  Not guilty.

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