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Superior Court sentences local residents on burglary, drug charges

According to the original indictment, Devin Buckley, 20, Berlin, between June 15 and Aug. 3, 2011 entered both establishments, taking three computers from the Enriched Learning Center and one computer from the Berlin Water Works.
He was found guilty on the two burglary charges and the receiving stolen property charges were nol prossed. On the burglary charge relating to the Berlin Water Works, he received a two and a half to five year prison term, all suspended. He is on probation for two years and must pay restitution of $754.41. He is not allowed to enter the Berlin Water Work facility. He received the same prison sentence on the burglary charge relating to the Enriched Learning Center, but does not have to pay any restitution as the property was recovered.
Buckley was also indicted in January of this year, along with Christopher Garneau, 20, of Berlin,  for a burglary at Catello & Son's Music Store in December 2011. Both were indicted on one count of theft by unauthorized taking and one count of burglary.
Buckley was sentenced to 12 months in the House of Corrections, six months suspended upon the entry of a substance abuse program 28 days or longer. He received credit for 45 days of pre-trial confinement and was placed on two years of probation. He was ordered to pay jointly and separately with Garneau $1850.75 in restitution. The theft by unauthorized taking was nol prossed.
Garneau was found guilty of both the burglary and theft by unauthorized taking charges. On the burglary charge, he was sentenced to 12 months in the House of Corrections, deferred for one year. On the theft by unauthorized taking charge, he was sentenced to six months in the House of Corrections.
Pamela Beaulieu, 36, Berlin, was found guilty of second degree assault. She was sentenced to one to three years in state prison, with one day of pre-trail confinement credit. She must pay $4,739.80 in restitution and was ordered to have no contact with the victim.
Beaulieu was originally indicted in August, 2012 on two counts of second degree assault, one count of first degree assault and one count of falsifying physical evidence. All but the one count of second degree assault was nol prossed.
Curt Marshall, 29, Berlin, was found guilty of one count of burglary. He was sentenced to one and a half to five years in state prison, all but 60 days suspended. He was given a $20 fine and two years probation, ordered to engage in substance abuse treatment and have no contact with the victim.
Timothy Adjutant, 21, Beecher Falls, Vt., was found guilty on one count of theft by unauthorized taking occurring in Berlin. He was sentenced to one to three years in state prison, with credit for 87 days of pre-trial confinement. He must participate in counseling and have no contact with the victim.
Reginald Thompson, 46, Queens, N.Y., was found guilty on one count of possession of a controlled drug with intent to sell. According to the indictment, he was in Gorham on September 20, 2012 and had less than one ounce of methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA) in his possession. Thompson was fined $955 and sentenced to the House of Corrections for 12 months, all but 30 days deferred for one year. He was given two days of pre-trial confinement.
Millisa Devoe, 31, Berlin, was found guilty on one count of attempted sale of a controlled drug, oxycodone. She was fined $434 and sentenced to 12 months in the House of Corrections, all suspended. She received two years probation.
Joshua Judson, 26, Berlin, was found guilty on one count of acts prohibited, possession of a controlled drug (cocaine). He was sentenced to the House of Corrections for 12 months, all but nine days suspended on good behavior. He was also fined $1,860, all suspended for two years. He was placed on one year of probation and the court recommends drug and alcohol treatment and counseling.
Samuel Meyerhofer, 26, Berlin, was found guilty on one count of driving after being certified a habitual offender. He was sentenced to 12 months in the House of Corrections and one year of probation.

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