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4th Division District Court, Jan. 18, 2014


WAKEFIELD — The following Westerly police cases were heard in 4th Division District Court before Judge Joseph T. Houlihan Jr. on Friday:

Donald Hammond, 32, of 24 North Woody Hill Road, Bradford, pleaded no contest to a charge of disorderly conduct. He was sentenced to a six-month suspended sentence and six months of unsupervised probation.

Daniel J. Tanner, 30, of 65 High St., Apt. 2, Westerly, pleaded no contest to a charge of malicious damage to property. He was sentenced to one year of supervised probation with alcohol counseling.

Jason S. Bliven, 47, of 4285 Old Post Road, Charlestown, pleaded not guilty to trespassing. He was released on a promise to appear on Jan. 30 and ordered to make an appointment with pretrial services for an evaluation.

Sean C. Wilk, 33, of 3 Voluntown Road, Pawcatuck, pleaded not guilty to charges of reckless driving, eluding and drag racing, and driving with a suspended license. He was released on a promise to appear on Jan. 31.

Todd O. Wilcox, 48, of Ledyard, Conn., pleaded not guilty to violation of a foreign protection order. He was released on a promise to appear on Jan. 31.

Carla L. Castagnaro, 48, of 48 River St., Hopkinton, pleaded not guilty to a charge of shoplifting. She was released on a promise to appear on Jan. 31.

Alex Fish, 19, of 23 Piezzo Drive, Westerly, had charges of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest dismissed with a contribution to a nonprofit organization.

Michelle M. Goulart, 43, of 59 Granite St., Apt. 9, Westerly, pleaded no contest to a charge of failing to stop at the scene of an accident, damage resulting. The charged was filed.

Frank Fiascanaro, 58, of Wakefield, pleaded not guilty to a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs, first offense. A trial date is set for Jan. 31.

Kris A. Gencarella, 35, of 2 Linnate St., Westerly, pleaded not guilty to a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs, first offense, blood-alcohol content unknown, and refusal to submit to a chemical test to determine intoxication. Gencarella was released on a promise to appear on Feb. 28.

John N. Hughes, 60, of 20 Granite St., Apt. 12, pleaded not guilty to charges of making crank or obscene phone calls. He was released on a promise to appear on Jan. 31.

Ryan T. Mayo, 32, of 17 Hobart St., Westerly, pleaded not guilty to charges of simple assault and/or battery, vandalism/malicious injury to property, disorderly conduct and failure to stop at an accident. He was released on a promise to appear on Jan. 31.

Rogerio DosSantos, 42, of 48 Bowling Lane, Bradford, pleaded no contest to a charge of domestic disorderly conduct. The charge was filed and DosSantos was ordered to undergo alcohol counseling.

Thomas Barboza, 51, of 5 North Joseph St., Westerly, failed to appear for his arraignment on a domestic disorderly conduct charge. A warrant was issued for his arrest. He will be held without bail.

Casey Blanchard, 27, of Clinton, Conn., failed to appear for his arraignment on a charge of shoplifting. A warrant was issued for his arrest. He will be held without bail.

Susan J. Denice, 39, of 24 Pearl St., Westerly, had a charge of leaving the scene of an accident filed, and driving with a suspended license dismissed.

Pierrette N. Holme, 44, of 36 Holme St., Apt. 3, Westerly, pleaded not guilty to a charge of driving with a suspended license, sixth offense. She was released on a promise to appear on Jan. 31.



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