The following cases were heard in Edgartown district court.
Bryan T. Abrahamson, 61, of Edgartown, found guilty on Feb. 23 charges in Oak Bluffs of drunken driving, third offense (amended from drunken driving, fifth offense), resisting arrest, and threat to commit a crime (murder), sentenced to two and a half years in a house of correction, 150 days to serve, balance suspended three years and placed on probation for three years. Ordered to pay $300 in fees and a $65 monthly probation services fee, remain alcohol-free with screens the full three years, and not to drive a motor vehicle unless licensed. Found responsible for failure to wear a seat belt, ordered to pay a $25 fine, and found not responsible on a marked lanes violation.
Mark Iacoviello, 55, of Oak Bluffs, pleaded guilty to an August 17 charge in Oak Bluffs of disorderly conduct, ordered to pay a $150 fine/assessment and a $50 victim/witness assessment. A charge of assault and battery will be dismissed if $300 in costs is paid by Feb. 6.
Owen Maloney, 29, of Chilmark, admitted to sufficient facts on an April 14 charge in Edgartown of drunken driving, continued without a finding for one year. Ordered to pay $350 in fees and a $65 monthly probation services fee, to complete a 24-day driver alcohol education program and to lose license for 45 days. A charge of negligent operation of a motor vehicle was dismissed upon request of the commonwealth, found not responsible for a marked lanes violation.
Desmond Pinkham, 19, of Vineyard Haven, admitted to sufficient facts on June 10 charges in Vineyard Haven of a person under 21 possessing liquor and an arrestee furnishing a false name or social security number, continued without a finding for two years. Ordered to pay a $50 victim/witness assessment fee, to have level-three probation sanctions, and to complete 30 hours of community service.
Desmond E. Pinkham, 19, of Vineyard Haven, arraigned on Oct. 7 charges in Vineyard Haven of marked lanes violation, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, and leaving the scene of property damage for allegedly hitting a utility pole with a car and then leaving the scene without reporting it, and later allegedly reporting the car stolen. Pre-trial hearing scheduled for Jan. 22.
Patrick Bigelow, 30, of Charlestown, placed on pre-trial probation for one year on August 3 charges in Oak Bluffs of breaking and entering a vehicle/boat in the nighttime for a felony, trespassing, larceny less than $250, resisting arrest, larceny more than $250, and two counts of breaking and entering a building in the nighttime for a felony. Ordered not to contact the alleged victims, to stay away from Samoset avenue in Oak Bluffs, and to send letters of apology to all involved. The charges stem from allegedly entering Samoset avenue homes and refusing to leave and taking items from parked cars.
Derek G. Loonan, 25, of Sandwich, pleaded guilty to August 26 charges in Oak Bluffs of receiving stolen property more than $250 (a laptop) and possessing a class E drug (Tramadol). Placed on probation for 18 months, with six months of administrative probation, ordered to finish drug rehabilitation, remain drug and alcohol-free with screens the full 18 months, and to be supervised upon completion of rehab. Ordered to pay a $50 victim/witness assessment fee, a $50 monthly probation service fee for two months and a $65 monthly probation services fee for one year. In a separate case, Mr. Loonan pleaded guilty to an August 22 charge in Oak Bluffs of receiving a stolen credit card, placed on probation for 18 months under the same terms as the above case.
Troy A. Maciel, 41, of West Tisbury, had a Sept. 15 charge of assault and battery in West Tisbury dismissed upon request of the victim without prejudice, with accord and satisfaction. He was placed on pretrial probation for six months on a charge of resisting arrest.
Shellie L. Hooben, 27, of East Falmouth, pleaded guilty to a Dec. 24, 2011 charge in Edgartown of larceny from a building, sentenced to two years in a house of correction with one year to serve and the balance suspended two years, placed on probation for two years and given jail credit for 139 days. Restitution, if any, is to be determined, and ordered to pay a $90 victim/witness assessment fee. The charge stems from taking Christmas gifts — two gift cards and six video games — from the Edgartown house where she was staying.
Joseph A. Jones, 23, of Vineyard Haven, was arraigned on Dec. 7 charges in Edgartown of attempt to commit a crime and disorderly conduct. The charges stem from allegedly trying to take $10,000 in cash from Sophia’s Market. Bail was set at $500, pretrial hearing scheduled for Jan. 7.
Melissa Neuner, 40, of Edgartown, arraigned on Dec. 7 charges in Edgartown of drunken driving, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, marked lanes violation, and unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. Pretrial hearing scheduled for Jan. 25.