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Court Logs: May 31, 2014


WAKEFIELD — The following Westerly police cases were heard in 4th Division District Court before Judge Madeline Quirk on Friday.

Kenneth R. Babcock, 51, 97 White Rock Road, Apt. B, Westerly had charges of domestic simple assault and/or battery; malicious vandalism /malicious injury to property and domestic disorderly conduct dismissed. Westerly prosecutors say the charges will be refiled as non-domestic.

Gene F. Delicato, 67, 16 West St., Westerly, pleaded not guilty to driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, blood alcohol content unknown. He was released on a promise to appear on June 13.

Angel D. Smith, 42, 6 Tum A Lum Circle, Westerly, pleaded not guilty to disorderly conduct and reckless driving/drag racing and eluding police. He was released on a promise to appear June 13.

Miguel A. Rodriguez, 34, 4 Vars Lane, Bradford, pleaded no contest to his ninth and tenth charge of driving with a suspended license. He was sentenced a one-year jail term suspended and one-year probation on each charge and more than $1,250 in fines.

Brandon Limson, 39, 27 Holmes St., Westerly, pleaded not guilty to driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, first offense. He was released on a promise to appear on June 27 and submit to random alcohol/drug screens. He was ordered no to consume alcohol.

Justin R. Gentile, 11 Newton Ave., 3rd floor, had charges of possession of marijuana, first offense, driving while in possession of a controlled substance and driving with a suspended/expired license dismissed.

Joseph A. Berrese, 45, 10 High Meadow Drive, Westerly, had a charge of disorderly conduct filed, meaning if he stays out of legal trouble for a year the case will be expunged from his record.

Dalton J. Solomon, 30, 47 Ledward Ave., Apt. A, Westerly, had a charge of disorderly conduct filed.

Christian R. Robidoux, 40, of Woonsocket, had charges of domestic disorderly conduct and domestic refusal to relinquish a telephone dismissed by the court when the alleged victim reused to testify.

Melissa A. Smith, 44, 58 Beach St., Westerly, had a charge of disorderly conduct dismissed with completion of community service.

In other cases:

David Baton, 21, of 1054 Main St., Hope Valley, admitted to being a bail violator on Hopkinton police charges of domestic disorderly conduct and domestic simple assault when he was charged on May 23 with violating a no contact order involving the same alleged victim. He was sentenced to two concurrent terms of one year of probation and domestic violence counseling. A domestic no contact order remains in effect for Baton.

Jennifer Prezioso, 32, 229 Westerly Bradford Road, had a charge of shoplifting filed by the court.



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