The following cases were heard in Edgartown district court.

Oct. 18

David M. Ellett, 24, of Glendale, Ariz., arraigned on an Oct. 16 charge in Edgartown of violating a harassment prevention order. Bail was set at $500, pretrial hearing scheduled for Nov. 22.

Oct. 25

Thomas R. Grimm 4th, 22, of Oak Bluffs, placed on six months of pretrial probation on an August 31 charge in Oak Bluffs of assault and battery, ordered not to abuse the alleged victim.

Michael D. Tebeau, 31, of Bellingham, pleaded guilty to July 25 charges in Oak Bluffs of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest, placed on probation for one year. Ordered to pay a $50 victim/witness assessment fee and a $50 monthly probation services fee. A charge of assault and battery was dismissed upon request of the commonwealth. According to a police report filed in court, the charges stem from a fight in front of the Sand Bar and Grill.

Deborah M. Travers, 36, of Edgartown, arraigned on Oct. 21 charges in Oak Bluffs of domestic assault and battery, assault and battery on a police officer and resisting arrest. Pretrial hearing scheduled for Nov. 14.

Nov. 4

Stephanie McCann, 30, of Vineyard Haven, arraigned on Nov. 1 charges in Vineyard Haven of larceny more than $250 from a person older than 60 or disabled, larceny from a building, larceny more than $250, possessing a class B drug (Oxycodone), possessing a class B drug (Buprenorphine) and possessing a class B drug (Suboxone). According to a police report filed in court, she allegedly stole items from a 73-year-old man while acting as his caregiver. Bail set at $7,500 cash, pretrial hearing scheduled for Nov. 25.

Lance Ragsdale, 42, of Edgartown, arraigned on July 19 charges of trafficking in cocaine, possession with intent to distribute a class D drug (marijuana) and possessing a class B drug (methamphetamine), subsequent offense. According to a police report filed in court, police executed a search warrant this summer at Mr. Ragsdaleā€™s Road to the Plains home after receiving information that Mr. Ragsdale was receiving narcotics in the mail. Narcotics were allegedly hidden in tin clocks with hinged backs. The police report said that a package from Idaho allegedly arrived for Mr. Ragsdale at the post office containing more than one pound of a drug consistent with marijuana and six grams of a blue crystal substance consistent with methamphetamine. Bail set at $15,000 cash. Pretrial hearing scheduled for Nov. 12.

Alison W. Wagenbach, 29, of Hoboken, N.J., arraigned on Sept. 19 and Sept. 20 charges of tampering with a fire call box and two counts of a prisoner vandalizing jail or house of corrections property. According to reports filed in court, she allegedly damaged vinyl flooring by clogging a toilet with a blanket and damaged a smoke detector in a holding cell at the Dukes County House of Correction. The damage was allegedly about $2,280. Pretrial hearing scheduled for Dec. 16.