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4th Division District Court: April 4, 2014


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

Alex D. Gomez, 23, of Cranston, pleaded no contest to a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs, second offense. He was sentenced to 20 days of home confinement, a one year suspended prison sentence, with one year of probation, a one-year loss of license, substance abuse counseling if deemed necessary and costs. Rhode Island Traffic Tribunal charges, including failure to submit to a chemical test to determine intoxication, were dismissed.

Steven A. Dubois, 52, 181 Church St., Bradford, had a charge of trespassing dismissed.

Daniel Cracas, 20, 22 Top St., Westerly, had a charge of procuring alcohol for a minor dismissed.

James A. Ragonese, 47, 27 Prospect St., Pawcatuck, pleaded no contest to a charge of making crank or obscene phone calls.

Christopher B. Caswell, 55, 63 Griswold St., Pawcatuck, had two charges of simple assault and/or battery and a one of disorderly conduct dismissed.

Richard L. Maida, 43, 50 North Main St., Apt. C, Bradford, pleaded not guilty to a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs, first offense, blood alcohol content over .15 (readings, .128, .128).

Sara A. Tefft, 27, 7 Pond St., Apt. 1, Westerly, pleaded no contest to a charge of domestic simple assault and/or battery. She was sentenced to one year of probation and issued a no contact order.

Maurice O’Rourke, 54, 157 Mechanic St., Pawcatuck, had a charge of disorderly conduct filed. He was issued a no contact order.

Joy A. Liboria, 70, 24 Elm St., Apt. 3, Westerly, had a charged of shoplifting filed with six hours of community service.

Louis Job, 55, of Uncasville, Conn., had a charge of domestic vandalism and malicious damage dismissed and a no contact order vacated.

Kellie M. Gavitt, 48, 14 Marriott Ave., Apt. 2, Westerly, pleaded no contest to a charge of larceny under $500. She was sentenced to one year probation.

Philip E. Figarsky, 55, of Narragansett, had a charge of vandalism/malicious injury to property dismissed with the payment of restitution.

Maria Intrieri, 62, 48 Apache Drive, had a charge of shoplifting filed with a $150 contribution to the victims fund.

Jason M. Pacheco, 33, 11 North Main St., Apt. B, Westerly, had charges of domestic simple assault and/or battery and domestic disorderly conduct filed with domestic violence counseling. He was issued a no contact order.

Christopher B. Caswell, 55, 63 Griswold St., Pawcatuck, had two charges of simple assault and/or battery and a one of disorderly conduct dismissed.



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