Current Court Report – February 16, 2022

After being continued without a finding for one year, Fenton Paul Gray, 59, of Nantucket, had an Aug. 13, 2019 charge of operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol dismissed.

Eric Johnson, 41, of Providence, Rhode Island, had Sept. 8, 2019 charges of assault and battery on a family/household member, intimidating a witness/juror/police/court official, armed burglary, breaking and entering a building in the nighttime with the intent to commit a felony, malicious destruction of property over $1,200, trespassing, resisting arrest, and violating an abuse prevention order dismissed due to lack of prosecution after the alleged victim(s) in the case declined to cooperate with prosecutors.

Jose Armando Marquez-Martinez, 23, of Nantucket, had a July 26, 2018 charge of indecent assault and battery on a child under 14 dismissed due to lack of prosecution after the alleged victim in the case declined to cooperate with prosecutors.

Joseph Ranney II, 33, of Nantucket, had an Oct. 11, 2021 charge of larceny under $1,200 dismissed after paying $150 in restitution.

A June 17, 2021 charge of negligent operation of a motor vehicle will be continued without a finding for two years against Katherine Grace Rau, 19, of Greenwich, Connecticut. The charge was amended down from the original charge of operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol. She was ordered to pay a $250 head-injury fee, $50 victim-witness fee, and $50 per month in probation fees.

A July 25, 2020 charge of assault and battery will be continued without a finding for one year against Alex Small, 22, of Nantucket. He was ordered to pay a $50 victim-witness fee and $50 per month in probation fees. Two other assault and battery charges stemming from the same incident were dismissed, along with charges of resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.

A Jan. 21, 2021 charge of indecent exposure will be continued without a finding for one year against Terence J. Watterson II, 42, of Nantucket. He was ordered to pay a $50 victim-witness fee, $50 per month in probation fees, and to stay away from the hotel and victims associated with the case.

According to the statement of facts provided by the court, two hotel employees told police that Watterson II unzipped the fly of his pants, removed his genitals, and began to play with himself in a chair located in the lobby of the hotel causing the employees to feel very uncomfortable and offended.

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