The following cases were heard in Edgartown district court.

Sept. 17

Seth B. Charter, 27, of Vineyard Haven, admitted to sufficient facts on a June 2 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 24-day 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, and he was found not responsible for speeding in violation of special regulation.

Shirley B. Da Silva, 28, of Vineyard Haven, will not be prosecuted for an August 19 charge in West Tisbury of drunken driving. A charge of unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle will be dismissed if eight hours of community service are completed by Oct. 17 and $200 in costs are paid.

Brian Hackett, 25, of Vineyard Haven, was placed on pretrial probation for one year on July 23 charges in Vineyard Haven of assault and battery and intimidating a witness. Ordered to enter and complete a batterers program, and not to abuse the alleged victim. Case may be advanced and terminated early if the program is complete.

Neil M. Howell, 29, of Edgartown, pleaded guilty to a Sept. 8 charge of disorderly conduct in Vineyard Haven, guilty finding filed until Sept. 18. A charge of resisting arrest was dismissed upon request of the commonwealth.

Roger McCrory, 38, of Olivebridge, N.Y., admitted to sufficient facts on a June 5 charge of receiving stolen property less than $250, amended from receiving stolen property more than $250, continued without a finding for six months. Ordered to pay a $50 victim/witness assessment fee and a $50 monthly probation services fee. The charge stemmed from allegedly stealing a cell phone at the Edgartown courthouse.

Andrew Rankin, 30, of Edgartown, pleaded guilty to an April 23 charge in Vineyard Haven of assault and battery, sentenced to 21 months in a house of correction, concurrent with other charges. Given jail credit for 22 days.

Timothy J. Schreck, 19, of Edgartown, pleaded guilty to a June 20 charge in Vineyard Haven of larceny from a building, ordered to 18 months in a house of correction, suspended two years, and placed on probation for two years. Ordered to pay a $90 victim/witness assessment fee and a $65 monthly probation services fee (that may be offset by community service), submit a DNA sample, stay away from the residence where the robbery took place, complete 25 hours of community service, undergo a counseling evaluation and engage in same until successfully discharged. The charge stems from the theft of $1,300 from a woman’s purse inside a Tisbury home. A charge of larceny more than $250 was dismissed upon request of the commonwealth.

Leandro S. Simao, 24, of Vineyard Haven, admitted to sufficient facts on an August 18 charge of drunken driving in Vineyard Haven, continued without a finding for one year. Ordered to pay $600 in fees and $65 monthly probation services fee, to complete a 24-day alcohol education program and lose license for 45 days. A charge of negligent operation of a motor vehicle was dismissed upon request of the commonwealth, and he was found not responsible for marked lanes violation. A charge of unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle will be dismissed upon payment of $100 in costs and completion of eight hours of community service.

Sept. 20

Carter K. Berardi, 22, of Hurley, N.Y., admitted to sufficient facts on a July 20 charge in Edgartown of drunken driving, continued without a finding for one year. Ordered to pay $550 in fees and a $65 monthly probation services fee, to complete a 24-day alcohol education program and to lose license for 45 days. Found not responsible for charges of speeding in violation of special regulation and marked lanes violation, and a charge of negligent operation of a motor vehicle was dismissed upon request of the commonwealth.

Phillipe M. Borde, 39, of Oak Bluffs, was arraigned on Sept. 17 charges in Vineyard Haven of drunken driving, second offense, and negligent operation of a motor vehicle. He allegedly hit a parked car in the Tisbury Marketplace. A pretrial hearing was scheduled for Oct. 19.

James L. Harper, 65, of Edgartown, pleaded guilty to a July 17 charge in Oak Bluffs of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, subsequent offense. Ordered to 10 days in a house of correction suspended six months, placed on probation for six months, and ordered to pay a $50 victim/witness assessment.

James L. Harper, 65, of Edgartown, pleaded guilty to a July 29 charge in Vineyard Haven of larceny more than $250. Ordered to one year in a house of correction suspended two years, placed on probation for two years, ordered to pay a $90 victim/witness assessment fee, submit a DNA sample, remain drug-free with screens and to undergo a substance abuse evaluation with follow-up treatment as deemed necessary. According to a police report filed in court, he was charged with stealing $20,000 worth of jewelry from his sister in law. A charge of larceny from a building was dismissed upon request of the commonwealth.

Christopher Lowe, 37, of Oak Bluffs, was arraigned on a Sept. 18 charge in Oak Bluffs of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (a drinking glass). A pretrial hearing was scheduled for Oct. 26.

Sept. 21

Emily B. Billing, 30, of Vineyard Haven, admitted to sufficient facts on a Nov. 13, 2011 charge in Vineyard Haven of drunken driving, continued without a finding for one year. Ordered to pay $600 in fees and a $65 monthly probation services fee, to complete a 24-day alcohol education program and to lose license for 45 days. Also admitted to sufficient facts on a charge of leaving the scene of property damage, continued without a finding for one year. Found not responsible for going the wrong way on a state highway.

Anthony M. Cardoza, 22, of Vineyard Haven, admitted to sufficient facts on a June 17 charge of negligent operation of a motor vehicle in Oak Bluffs, continued without a finding for two years. Ordered to pay a $50 victim/witness assessment fee and a $50 monthly probation services fee. Found responsible for a charge of speeding, ordered to pay a $100 fine/assessment.

Luke D. Dunlap, 19, of Oak Bluffs, admitted to sufficient facts on an August 26 charge in Vineyard Haven 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 alcohol education program and to lose license for 210 days. Was found not responsible for a charge of speeding, and a charge of negligent operation of a motor vehicle was dismissed upon request of the commonwealth.

Sept. 24

Kevin J. Deoliveira Jr. 33, of East Falmouth, had an August 22 charge of assault and battery in Oak Bluffs dismissed upon request of the commonwealth and request of the victim.

Daniel K. Kaeka, 21, of West Tisbury, was arraigned on August 13 charges in West Tisbury of drunken driving, second offense, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, marked lanes violation, failure to stop/yield and speeding. According to a police report filed in court, the charges are from a single car crash on Old County Road. A pretrial hearing was scheduled for Oct. 26.

Ian P. McKeown, 28, of Stamford, Conn., admitted to sufficient facts on July 28 charges in Oak Bluffs of entering at night for a felony, person in fear, and vandalizing property, continued without a finding for two years. Ordered to pay a $90 victim/witness assessment fee and a $65 monthly probation services fee, write a letter of apology via probation to the victim and not to contact the victim, and remain alcohol-free with screens. The charge stems from breaking a screen door and then entering an Oak Bluffs house, placing a woman and three children in fear. A charge of trespassing was dismissed.

Maureen M. Murray, 45, of Oak Bluffs, admitted to sufficient facts on a May 2010 charge in Chilmark of uttering false prescription, amended from obtaining drugs by fraud, continued without a finding for two years. Ordered to pay a $50 victim/witness assessment fee and a $50 monthly probation services fee. Ms. Murray, who was employed by the Vineyard Nursing Association, was charged with writing a prescription for cough medicine for an ex-boyfriend, using the prescription pad and signature of a doctor for whom she worked. A charge of larceny of a drug was dismissed upon request of the commonwealth in December 2011.

Jordan M. Rosenlicht, 28, of New York, N.Y., pleaded guilty to an August 12 charge in Edgartown of negligent operation of a motor vehicle. Ordered to pay $550 in fines and a $50 monthly probation services fee, and placed on probation for one year. Found responsible for a marked lanes violation, ordered to pay a $100 fine/assessment. A charge of drunken driving was dismissed upon request of the commonwealth.