The following cases were heard in Edgartown district court.

Oct. 25

David K. Murray, 46, of Vineyard Haven, pleaded guilty to Oct. 22 charges in Vineyard Haven of assault with a dangerous weapon (a full beer bottle) and disorderly conduct, placed on probation for two years. Ordered to pay a $50 victim/witness assessment fee and a $50 fine, to submit a DNA sample, complete a batterers program and to remain alcohol and drug-free with screens as recommended by probation.

Nov. 4

Melissa A. Boyd, 23, of Edgartown, had a May 29 charge in Edgartown of assault with a dangerous weapon (a stereo) dismissed upon request of the commonwealth.

Richard A. Campbell, 37, of Vineyard Haven, was arraigned on Oct. 26 charges in Oak Bluffs of assault and battery and intimidating a witness. According to a police report filed in court, the charges stem from a dispute at Our Market. Pretrial hearing continued to Dec. 30.

David Fournier, 52, of Vineyard Haven, arraigned on Oct. 28 charges in Vineyard Haven of drunken driving, third offense and operating under the influence of drugs (Lorazepam), third offense. Pretrial hearing scheduled for Dec. 6.

Sylvia Jackson, 49, of Aquinnah, arraigned on Oct. 29 charges in Edgartown of drunken driving, negligent operation of a motor vehicle and marked lanes violation. Pretrial hearing scheduled for Dec. 6.

Nov. 7

Jesse J. Smith, 29, of Vineyard Haven, arraigned on a Nov. 5 charge in Vineyard Haven of resisting arrest. Motion hearing continued to Dec. 2.

Nov. 8

Fernando A. Jesurum, 26, of Milton, had June 4 charges in Edgartown of possessing to distribute a class B drug (cocaine), subsequent offense and trafficking in cocaine dismissed because he was indicted in superior court.

Nov. 14

Chelsea S. Brennan, 22, of Brookline, arraigned on Oct. 26 charges in Vineyard Haven of drunken driving, negligent operation of a motor vehicle and marked lanes violation. Pretrial hearing scheduled for Dec. 2.

Richard J. Brymer, 39, of Vineyard Haven, arraigned on Nov. 12 charges in Oak Bluffs of breaking and entering for a misdemeanor, defacing property, leaving the scene of property damage and negligent operation of a motor vehicle. According to a police report, Mr. Brymer allegedly drove his vehicle onto an Oak Bluffs woman’s lawn, allegedly striking her front porch and then exiting the car and entering her house. The woman allegedly told him to leave and he did, backing his truck over her lawn and striking her vehicle and then striking several trash cans as he left the neighborhood. Bail set at $500, pretrial hearing scheduled for Dec. 6.

Daniel R. Consoni, 25, of Oak Bluffs, admitted to sufficient facts on a Sept. 26 charge in Oak Bluffs of negligent operation of a motor vehicle, continued without a finding for one year. Ordered to pay $300 in fees, a $50 monthly probation services fee and to complete 32 hours of community service.

Taylor Eppers, 22, of Edgartown, pleaded guilty to an Oct. 20 charge in Edgartown of negligent operation of a motor vehicle, placed on probation for one year. Ordered to pay $300 in fees and a $65 monthly probation services fee and to compete 32 hours of community service. Charge of drunken driving was dismissed upon request of the commonwealth.

Robert S. James, 41, of Oak Bluffs, had an Oct. 7 charge in Oak Bluffs of assault with a dangerous weapon dismissed upon request of the victim.

Jurgen Kolvani, 23, of Oak Bluffs, admitted to sufficient facts on July 30 charges in Oak Bluffs of drunken driving and negligent operation of a motor vehicle, continued without a finding for one year. Ordered to pay $850 in fees and a $65 monthly probation services fee, to complete a 24-day driver alcohol education fee and to lose license for 45 days. Found not responsible on a marked lanes violation charge. The charges came from allegedly driving a Tisbury Taxi van that crashed into the Bangkok Thai restaurant on Circuit avenue.

Joseph J. Ragosta 3rd, 42, of Chilmark, admitted to sufficient facts on a July 18 charge in Aquinnah of open and gross lewdness, continued without a finding for one year. Ordered to pay a $50 victim/witness assessment fee and a $50 monthly probation services fee, to complete 20 hours of community service and to complete individual counseling until professionally discharged. He was charged with allegedly exposing himself to passing vehicles on Lobsterville Road.

Jonathan Smith, 27, of East Wareham, pleaded guilty to May 2 charges in Edgartown of breaking and entering a building in the nighttime for a felony and malicious destruction of property less than $250, sentenced to one year in a house of correction, suspended three years and placed on probation for two years. Ordered to pay $1,216 in restitution, a $90 victim/witness assessment fee, and a $65 monthly probation services fee after the first thirteen months. Also ordered to stay away from a North Water street home. He was charged with breaking into a house on North Water street, and police allegedly identified him through boot prints at the house.

Michael C. Thomas, 51, of West Tisbury, pleaded guilty to a Sept. 11 charge in Vineyard Haven of assault and battery, placed on probation for one year. Ordered to stay away from the victim, to remain alcohol-free, and to pay a $50 victim/witness assessment fee and a $50 monthly probation services fee.

Nov. 15

Keith Bassett, 44, of West Tisbury, will have Oct. 12 charges in West Tisbury of assault and battery and threat to committee a crime dismissed upon request of the victim.

Ryan Dunbar, 21, of Oak Bluffs, pleaded guilty to Oct. 10 charges in Oak Bluffs of possessing to distribute a class D drug (marijuana) and possessing with intent to distribute a class B drug (Percocet), amended from trafficking in heroin/morphine/opium, sentenced to two and a half years in a house of correction with 20 months to serve and the balance suspended two years, placed on probation for two years from and after the 20 months. Ordered to remain drug and alcohol-free with screens and to complete counseling as mandated by probation, to pay a $90 victim/witness assessment fee and a $65 monthly probation services fee for two years and to forfeit $7,120. He is to have property of a phone returned. A charge of conspiracy to violate drug law was dismissed upon request of the commonwealth.

Thomas J. Gallagher, 26, of Quincy, placed on six months of pretrial probation on an August 31 charge in Edgartown of assault and battery, amended from indecent assault and battery on a person 14 or older.

Christopher T. Hunt, 43, of Glen Gardner, N.J., pleaded guilty to August 16 charges in Edgartown of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. Ordered to pay $200 in fees and a $50 monthly probation services fee and placed on probation for one year. Three counts of assault and battery on a police officer were dismissed upon request of the commonwealth.

Nov. 18

Kevin Barcelos, 31, of Vineyard Haven, was arraigned on Nov. 17 charges in Vineyard Haven of drunken driving, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, speeding, marked lanes violation and possessing an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle. Pretrial hearing scheduled for Dec. 20.

Phillipe M. Borde, 40, of Oak Bluffs, pleaded guilty to a Sept. 17 charge in Vineyard Haven of drunken driving, second offense. Sentenced to 90 days in a house of correction, suspended two years and placed on probation for two years. Ordered to pay $350 in fees and to a 14-day inpatient program and after care. A charge of negligent operation of a motor vehicle was dismissed upon request of the commonwealth.

Nicole M. Jackson, 26, of Vineyard Haven, was arraigned on Nov. 16 charges in Vineyard Haven of drunken driving, negligent operation of a motor vehicle and marked lanes violation. Pretrial hearing scheduled for Dec. 20.

Jeffrey A. Sylvia, 25, of Vineyard Haven, arraigned on a Nov. 17 charge in Edgartown of possessing a class A drug (heroin), subsequent offense. According to a police report filed in court, the arrest followed a monthlong investigation by the Martha’s Vineyard Drug Task Force into distribution of heroin on Martha’s Vineyard, and police allegedly observed Mr. Sylvia making short trips to the Boston area and returning to the Vineyard, at which time police would allegedly receive information that he was selling the drug on the Island. He was arrested after leaving a Steamship Authority boat in Vineyard Haven, and police allegedly found a small plastic bag of heroin on his person. Bail set at $750, pretrial hearing scheduled for Nov. 25.