Cape Cod Arraignments and Dispositions - March 1, 2012

BARNSTABLE DISTRICT COURT

March 1, 2012

In court February 29, 2012

ARRAIGNMENTS

BOWEN, Dylan T, 18, 11 Church St, Apt 5, Bourne; larceny under $250 by single scheme, October 20 2011 in Sandwich.  Pretrial conference scheduled for March 30.

CUSOLITO, Dominic F, 20, 120 Raspberry Ln, Marstons Mills; Class B drug possession with intent to distribute, Percocet; Class B drug possession, Percocet, February 27 in Sandwich.  Pretrial conference scheduled for March 29.  According to police reports, a Sandwich officer and a Sandwich sergeant effected a traffic stop on Route 6A, at the entrance to Twin Acres.  The sergeant spoke with the vehicle's operator, Cusolito, at the rear of the vehicle.  When asked if he had any needles or other items the sergeant should know about, Cusolito answered in the affirmative, stating he had needles on his person.  The sergeant took three hypodermic needles from Cusolito along with a large spoon containing blue-and-white residue, said to be Percocet.  The police found fourteen Percocet pills as well inside Cusolito's pack of cigarettes.  He was arrested.

DALEY, Mary S, 38, 1320 Alewife Cir, S. Yarmouth; assault & battery, December 19 2011 in Yarmouth. Pretrial conference scheduled for March 20.

MACHADO, Ian S, 20, 208 Sea St, Dennisport; Class B drug possession, Percocet, February 28 in Sandwich.  Pretrial conference scheduled for March 29.  According to police reports, Machado was the back seat passenger in a brown sedan pulled over for speeding.  When frisked, Machado informed police that a cut-off soda can bottom (used to cook drugs) and a needle were on the rear car seat, and that residue on the can was from the remainder of a Percocet 15.  Machado was arrested.

DISPOSITIONS

WILSON, Daniel P, 20, 39 Sheffield Rd, Yarmouth; sex offender failure to register, June 18 2010 in Yarmouth.  Admitted to sufficient facts.  Continued without a finding, continued for payment until February 28 2013.

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