The following cases were heard in Edgartown district court:

March 21

Jess B. Beasley, 24, of Vineyard Haven, had a Jan. 31 charge of fugitive from justice on a court warrant dismissed upon request of the commonwealth. According to police documents, Mr. Beasley, who was wanted in Maine on charges including sexual assault, turned himself in to the Portland Police Department on March 18.

Keon R. Ebron, 23, of Mattapan, pleaded guilty to seven counts in seven separate cases of larceny under $250 for August 10 charges in Edgartown. He was placed on probation for two years and ordered to pay $792.27 in restitution and to stay away from the Chappy Store. The charges stem from the theft of several items that were delivered to the Chappy Store for Chappaquiddick residents to pick up, including gardening gloves, a door bell, a solar observer radio, books and puzzles.

Keon R. Ebron, 23, of Mattapan, had five counts of larceny under $250 in five separate cases for August 10 charges in Edgartown dismissed upon request of the commonwealth because of failure of the victim to cooperate. A separate August 11 charge in Edgartown of larceny from a building was dismissed upon request of the commonwealth with failure of the victim to cooperate.

Keon R. Ebron, 23, of Mattapan, admitted to sufficient facts on August 9 charges in Oak Bluffs of breaking and entering a vehicle in the nighttime for a felony and receiving stolen property, continued without a finding for two years. Ordered to complete 60 hours of community service within one year, to remain illicit-drug-free with screens, to pay a $50 victim/witness assessment and $415 in restitution. The charges came from the theft of a purse, wallet and other items from a parked car.

Keon R. Ebron, 23, of Mattapan, pleaded guilty to August 10 charges in Chilmark of larceny less than $250 and breaking and entering for a misdemeanor, placed on probation for two years. Charge stems from the theft of a cell phone from a parked car at Fulling Mill Brook preserve.

Keon R. Ebron, 23, of Mattapan, will have two August 10 charges in Edgartown of larceny less than $250 dismissed if $63.75 in restitution is paid by April 3.

Keon R. Ebron, 23, of Mattapan, pleaded guilty to an August 11 charge in West Tisbury of larceny less than $250, placed on probation for two years. The charge stems from the theft of a check from the mail. Also pleaded guilty to an August 10 charge in West Tisbury of larceny under $250, placed on probation for two years and ordered to pay $200. The charge stems from stealing a bicycle. Another charge of larceny under $250 in West Tisbury was dismissed because it was a duplicate charge.

Keon R. Ebron, 23, of Mattapan, admitted to sufficient facts on an August 10 charge in Oak Bluffs of larceny over $250, continued without a finding for two years. The charge stems from allegedly stealing a moped.

Keon R. Ebron, 23, of Mattapan, pleaded guilty to larceny more than $250 in Chilmark, placed on probation for two years for the theft of a check. Also pleaded guilty to two charges in two separate cases of wanton destruction of property less than $250, placed on probation for two years. Charges stem from opening packages or mail intended for South Road residents and then throwing the contents in a puddle.

David S. Gamsby, 40, of Medford, was arraigned on March 21 charges in Oak Bluffs of drunken driving, second offense; negligent operation of a motor vehicle; marked lanes violation; failure to wear a seat belt and unregistered motor vehicle. Bail was set at $500 and a pretrial hearing scheduled for April 19.

Brian C. Gibson, 28, of Oak Bluffs, was arraigned on a Feb. 8 charge of rape in Oak Bluffs. Bail was set at $200, and a pretrial hearing scheduled for May 9.

Robert G. Prenda Jr., 26, of Edgartown, was arraigned on a March 19 charge in Vineyard Haven of receiving stolen property. A pretrial hearing was continued to March 28.

Robert G. Prenda Jr., 26, of Edgartown, was arraigned on a Jan. 20 charge in Edgartown of larceny more than $250. According to a police report filed in court, the charge stems from allegedly stealing family jewelry worth more than $1,000 from his landlord. Bail was set at $1,000 and a pretrial hearing continued to March 28.

Walter Wlodyka, 64, of Chilmark, admitted to sufficient facts on a Dec. 28 charge in Chilmark of negligent operation of a motor vehicle, continued without a finding for one year. Ordered to pay a $250 head injury assessment and a $50 victim/witness assessment and to complete 16 hours of community service.

Walter Wlodyka, 64, of Chilmark, had a Dec. 28 charge of drunken driving in Chilmark dismissed upon request of the commonwealth. Admitted to sufficient facts on a charge of leaving the scene of property damage, continued without a finding for one year. Ordered to pay a $50 monthly probation services fee, to remain alcohol-free and to have counseling per probation. Found not responsible on a charge of a marked lanes violation.

March 22

Terrence Bell, 35, of Hollis, N.Y., pleaded guilty to Jan. 21, 2012 charges in Vineyard Haven of breaking and entering in the daytime for a felony, person in fear and intimidating a witness. Ordered to two years in a house of correction, suspended two years and placed on probation for two years, to pay $50 in restitution and a $90 victim/witness assessment fee, not to contact the victim and to submit a DNA sample. Two charges of malicious destruction of property more than $250 were dismissed upon request of the commonwealth. According to police reports filed in court, a Vineyard Haven man ordered a delivery of cocaine and a prostitute to his Vineyard Haven residence, and Mr. Bell agreed to “front” the man the $350 payment. Two days later, police said, he broke into the man’s home and “forcefully demanded the payment of his money.”

Randall Bianchi, 65, of Closter, N.J., admitted to sufficient facts on a June 15 charge in Oak Bluffs 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 driver 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 on charges of speeding and possessing an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle.

Ryan Dunbar, 20, of Vineyard Haven, was arraigned on Feb. 9 charges in Edgartown of negligent operation of a motor vehicle, license not in possession, marked lanes violation and miscellaneous statutory violation (allegedly driving during a state-wide traffic ban during a snowstorm). A pretrial hearing was scheduled for April 26.

March 25

Eric S. Bassett, 44, of Edgartown, was placed on one year of pretrial probation on an August 21 charge in Vineyard Haven of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (glass bottle) and assault and battery.

John W. Sensabaugh, 51, of Oak Bluffs, had a Nov. 13 charge in Oak Bluffs of assault and battery dismissed upon request of the commonwealth because of insufficient evidence.