The following cases were heard in Edgartown district court.

April 19

Benjamin C. Stafford, 32, of Oak Bluffs, arraigned on April 13 charges in Oak Bluffs of assault and battery and intimidating a witness. According to a police report filed in court, Mr. Stafford and another man allegedly assaulted a cab driver and took away the driver’s phone so he could not call police. Pretrial hearing scheduled for May 28.

May 2

Ryan S. Amaral, 23, of Edgartown, arraigned on an April 27 charge in Oak Bluffs of affray (common law) for an alleged fight on Circuit avenue. Pretrial hearing scheduled for June 21. May 3 David Silva, 49, of Edgartown, admitted to sufficient facts on an April 21 charge in Edgartown 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 driver alcohol education program and to lose license for 45 days. A charge of unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle will be dismissed upon completion of 8 hours of community service. A charge of negligent operation of a motor vehicle was dismissed upon request of the commonwealth, found not responsible for marked lanes violation.

May 6

Jose C. Barahona-Cruz, 37, of Vineyard Haven, arraigned on a May 5 charge in Edgartown of possessing a class B drug (cocaine). According to a police report filed in court, a police officer allegedly observed him appearing to ingest what looked like cocaine in his vehicle parked at Sharkey’s, and officers allegedly located a white powdery substance consistent with cocaine in the car. Pretrial hearing scheduled for June 6.

Rachel F. Clark-Spear, 22, of Northford, Conn., admitted to sufficient facts on a March 5 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 a 24-day driver alcohol education program and to lose license for 45 days. Found not responsible on a motor vehicle lights violation.

Brian S. Darby, 52, of Vineyard Haven, had a Jan. 12 charge in Oak Bluffs of possessing to distribute cocaine dismissed upon request of the commonwealth, with a motion to suppress allowed.

Asa W. French, 27, of West Tisbury, arraigned on Jan. 24 charges in Edgartown of larceny from a building ($500 in Brazilian currency), unarmed burglary and use of a motor vehicle without authority. Pretrial hearing scheduled for June 20.

Intha Lepkham Jr., 20, of Holyoke, arraigned on May 3 charges in Oak Bluffs of drunken driving, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, a person under 21 possessing liquor, marked lanes violation, possessing an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle and failure to wear a seat belt. Pretrial hearing scheduled for June 3.

May 9

Christopher J. Haley, 27, of Oak Bluffs, arraigned on a March 26 charge in Oak Bluffs of violating an abuse prevention order and, in a separate case, a March 30 charge of violating an abuse prevention order. Pretrial hearings scheduled for June 7.

James S. Roddy, 17, of Chilmark, placed on six months of pretrial probation on April 12 charges in Vineyard Haven of a person under 21 possessing liquor, possessing a class E drug (Quetiapine Fumarate, Methylphenidate Hydrochloride) and possessing a class C drug (Oxycodone, Amphetamine), ordered to complete 30 hours of community service.

Shaun Sicsico, 19, of West Tisbury, admitted to sufficient facts on an August 5 charge in Oak Bluffs of receiving a stolen credit card and improper use of a credit card less than $250. Ordered to pay a $50 victim/witness assessment fee, a $50 monthly probation services fee and $159.38 in restitution. Also admitted to sufficient facts on a Nov. 24 charge in Oak Bluffs of operating a motor vehicle with license suspended, continued without a finding for six months and ordered to pay a $50 victim/witness assessment fee.

Katherine Strelecki, 28, of Edgartown, had a June 8, 2012 charge of assault and battery on someone older than 60/disabled dismissed upon request of the commonwealth and request of the victim.

May 10

Cladiane M. Reis, 33, of Vineyard Haven, pleaded guilty to a March 30 charge in Vineyard Haven of negligent operation of a motor vehicle. Placed on probation for one year, ordered to pay a $250 head injury fee, a $50 victim/witness assessment fee and a $50 monthly probation services fee, and complete 32 hours of community service by July 10. A charge of drunken driving was dismissed upon request of the commonwealth, found not responsible for speeding. May 13

Henry G. Bernardes, 28, of Oak Bluffs, arraigned on a May 12 charge in Oak Bluffs of domestic assault and battery. Pretrial hearing scheduled for June 17.

Christian Chapman, 23, of Hyannis, pleaded guilty to July 22 charges in Oak Bluffs of affray (common law) and assault and battery, placed on probation for one year. Ordered to pay a $50 victim/witness assessment fee and a $50 monthly probation services fee, and ordered to complete 35 hours of community service. The charges were related to a large fight on Kennebec avenue that drew a crowd of spectators.

Benjamin W. Galvin, 22, of Hyannis, pleaded guilty to July 22 charges in Oak Bluffs of resisting arrest and affray (common law), placed on probation for one year. Ordered to pay a $50 victim/witness assessment fee and a $50 monthly probation services fee and to complete 35 hours of community service. Charges of disorderly conduct, assault and battery and trespassing were dismissed upon request of the commonwealth. The charges stem from a large fight on Kennebec avenue which drew a crowd, and Mr. Galvin allegedly led police on a lengthy foot chase.

William A. Rogers Jr., 19, of Vineyard Haven, arraigned on a March 22 charge in Vineyard Haven of possessing to distribute a class D drug (marijuana). According to a police report filed in court, an off-duty police officer witnessed “an obvious drug deal” take place outside his home. Police later stopped Mr. Rogers in his truck, where he allegedly had $804 dollars, a digital scale and plastic bags of marijuana. Police said he also allegedly received a text message while police were there that asked where he was because someone wanted to purchase a gram of marijuana. Pretrial hearing scheduled for June 21.