Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions - January 9, 2012

BARNSTABLE DISTRICT COURT

January 9, 2012

In court January 6, 2012

ARRAIGNMENTS

BRADLEY, Kevin B, 18, 289 Meigs Backus Rd, Sandwich; breaking & entering a building at nighttime for felonious purposes; destruction of property over $250; larceny over $250, January 4 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for February 10.  According to police reports, Bradley admitted he and an accomplice had broken into an occupied residence on Santuit-Newtown Rd.  They stole jewelry, kicked out a screen then jumped from a second-story window and fled the scene.  The jewelry was not further specified.

CARTAGENA, Jesus, 17, 53 Diane Ave, Yarmouth; assault & battery, October 1 in Yarmouth.  Pretrial conference scheduled for February 7.

GATES, Matthew R, 33, 21 Ship's View Terr, Buzzards Bay; OUI liquor, second offense, January 6 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for February 2.

PARADY, Courtney, 30, 11 Januit St, Sandwich; larceny over $250; improper use of a credit card over $250; identify fraud, October 5 2011 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for February 2.

PIGSLEY, Joseph C, 43, 133 Able Way, Marstons Mills; two counts, assault & battery; two counts, vandalizing property, January 4 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for January 10.

STEPHENS, Justin, 22, 8 Orr's Ave, Hyannis; breaking & entering a vehicle or boat at daytime for felonious purposes; attempting to commit a crime, January 5 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for February 2.

WEISSE, Caitlin E, 22, 2 Ivanhoe Ave, w. Yarmouth; larceny of property under $250, December 16 2011 in Barnstable.  Pretrial conference scheduled for February 1.

WILLARD, Sarah L, 26, 135 Great Hill Rd, Yarmouth; twenty-six counts, uttering a false prescription; twenty-four counts, Class B drug possession, oxycodone, June 3 in Dennisport.  Pretrial conference scheduled for February 17.  According to police reports, Willard was arrested for filling a fraudulent prescription at Rite-Aid in Dennisport.  The documentation made use of a forged signature.

DISPOSITIONS

BOUCHER, Vanessa, 23, 13 Connemara Way, S. Yarmouth; four counts, uttering a false check, November 3 2010 in Barnstable.  All counts dismissed.  Restitution.

BURNS, Rachel L, 25, 24 Sandy Neck Rd, Sandwich; breaking & entering at daytime for felonious purposes; receiving stolen property over $250; Class B drug possession, August 6 2011 in Sandwich.  Breaking & entering, admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding, continued for payment until January 4 2013.  Both other counts, dismissed.

COSTA, Everett C, 62, 118 Pine St, Hyannis; OUI liquor, second offense; unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle; no sticker, October 7 2011 in Barnstable.  OUI, guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  Ninety days house of correction, suspended two years.  Restitution.  Unlicensed operation, dismissed.  No sticker, recorded finding.

DURKIN, Michele J, 26, 15 Lewis Bay Blvd, W. Yarmouth; OUI liquor, second offense; negligent operation of a motor vehicle; marked lanes violation; speeding, August 27 2011 in Barnstable.  OUI, guilty plea.  Guilty finding.  Ninety days house of correction, suspended two days.  Probation until January 3, 2014.  Negligent operation, dismissed.  Marked lanes, speeding, not responsible.

GENETTIS, Peter C, 25, 15 Nottingham Dr, Sandwich; receiving stolen property over $250; Class B drug possession; breaking & entering a building at daytime for felonious purposes, August 6 2011 in Sandwich.  Receiving stolen property, Class B possession both dismissed.  Breaking & entering, admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding, continued for payment until January 4 2013.  Restitution, open.

SAARMAN, Dorothy A, 35, 52 Oregon Rd, Apt MA, Mashpee; OUI liquor; failure to stop/yield; marked lanes violation, November 9 2011 in Sandwich.  OUI, admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding until January 4 2013.  Failure to stop/yield, recorded finding.  Marked lanes, not recorded. 

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