Court blotter: September 2

Falmouth District Court activity


BLACK, XIOMARIE D., 20, 83 Heritage Cir., Teaticket; assault; in Falmouth. Dismissed, failure of witness to cooperate.

MAHGRABI, YOUSRI A., 46, various addresses in Falmouth including 15 Bacon Farm Road; unlicensed operation of a gas station, numerous charges of intimidating a witness and violation of abuse prevention order and larceny by check, additionally criminal harassment; in Bourne. All charges dimissed except for a guilty plea to five counts of violating an abuse prevention order, probation until Aug. 25, 2016, ordered to stay away from victim and family, abide by restraining order, pay $50,000 damages, serve one year in Houe of Correction, 47 days to serve, deemed served.


ALESTRA, ROBERT V., 25, 27 North Falmout Highway; marked lanes violation, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, resisting arrest; in Falmouth. Pretrial hearing Oct. 13.

BLACK, MATTHEW T., 40,83 Heritage Cir., East Falmouth; negligent operation of a motor vehicle, marked lanes violation, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license; in Falmouth. Pretrial hearing Sept. 28.

BROWN, CURTIS, 39, 4 Spectaclle Pond Ter. East Wareham; malicious destruction of property worth more than $250; in Falmouth. Pretrial hearing Oct. 6.

DECOSTE, STEVEN B., 22, 266 Palmer Ave.; assault and battery; in Falmouth. Pretrial hearing Oct. 13.

ENOS, WILLIAM C., 72, 354 Gifford Street, Falmouth; larceny of property worrth more than $250; in Falmouth. Pretiral hearing Oct. 6.

WALKER, WILLIAM, 56, 104 Seabrook Drive, East Falmouth; disorderly conduct, obvious and gross lewdness, in Falmouth. Pretrial hearing Sept. 30.



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