Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions - January 3, 2012

ORLEANS DISTRICT COURT

January 3, 2012

In court December 30, 2011

ARRAIGNMENTS

PISANO, Domenick III, 19, 17 Alison Ln, W. Yarmouth; larceny under $250, August 27 in Dennis.  Pretrial conference scheduled for January 6.  According to police reports, a Dennis officer on routine patrol approached the back entrance to 533 Route 28 in West Dennis.  He found two males, Pisano and another next to a red pickup truck containing a refrigerator, a broiler and a grill.  Pisano explained he had been given permission by an unknown male to relocate the equipment to the rear of the yard.  Pisano and the other male had suspended driver's licenses.  Pisano elaborated on his account, noting his intent to sell all three pieces as scrap metal.  Pisano's mother acknowledged dropping both men off at 533 Route 28.  The property's owner had no knowledge of any agreement between himself and Pisano or any party acting on the owner's behalf.  The owner expressed zero interest in furthering the matter, so long as other equipment stolen prior to the officer's arrival was returned.  On October 7th, 2011 the property had not been returned.  Pisano was arrested.

DISPOSITIONS

TAYLOR, Derek L, 24, 21 Cranes Ln, Brewster; receiving stolen property over $250, December 23 2010 in Brewster.  Final disposition:  dismissed.  Defendant discharged.

VONHAUSEN, Natalia C, 19, 27 Wager Kb, S. Dennis; Class D drug possession; drug violation near school or park, May 27 in Dennis.  Final disposition:  both counts dismissed.  Defendant discharged.

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