1st Circuit Court – District Division Berlin – August 12, 2015

– 1st Circuit Court – District Division Berlin – August 12, 2015
Jesse S. Mason, 24, 26 Quimby Road, Bow, was in court to answer a charge of domestic violence, simple assault, unprivileged contact, a charge of contempt of court, and a charge of unlawful possession of a controlled drug. For the three charges Mason received three concurrent sentences of 180 days in the Coos County House of Corrections with credit for time served of 25 days and 120 days suspended on the condition he maintain good behavior for two years, and report to probation for one year. In addition, for the unlawful possession charge, he was ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $620. Mason also was found guilty of disorderly conduct and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $124. The charge of misuse/failure to display plates was placed on file without a finding.
Jessica Chernicki, 37, 50 Main Street, Littleton, was found guilty of simple assault and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $310.
Floyd H. Riff, 33, 55 Guilmette Street, Berlin, was found guilty of operating under a suspended license and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $310.
John Boutin, 46, 25 West Village Road, Milan, was found guilty of cutting wood without a valid notice of intent to cut and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $310.
Leo Croteau, 16, 6 Francis Street, Berlin, was charged with speeding on the Gorham Rail Trail, which was nolle prossed.
Annette Magrath, 52, 31 Abenaki Lane #2, Berlin, was charged with making a false report to the Berlin Police Department, which was placed on file without a finding on the condition she maintain good behavior for one year.
Edwin Grondin, 34, 17 Dublin Street, Gorham, was charged with violating a protective order, which was placed on file without a finding on the condition he maintain good behavior for one year.
Michael Nave, 25, 126 Camp Street, Providence, Rhode Island, was found guilty of unlawful possession of marijuana hash oil, and was ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $434, with the $84 penalty assessment waived. Nave also was found guilty of driving under a suspended license and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $310, with the $60 penalty assessment waived. In lieu of paying the remaining fine balance of $600, Nave must complete 60 days of community service within 90 days of his court date. A charge of transporting unlawful drugs and a charge of driving under a suspended license were nolle prossed.
Mark P. Couture, 36, 10 Mill Street, Gorham, was found guilty of unlawful possession of a controlled drug, and ordered to serve six months in the Coos County House of Corrections with all but 30 days suspended, and 30 days credit for time served. Couture must maintain good behavior for one year, and report to probation for one year.
Sherry Diaz, 39, 32 Birch Street Second Floor, Berlin, was charged with domestic violence, simple assault, unprivileged physical contact, which was placed on file without a finding on the condition of good behavior for one year, and that Diaz not enter or go to the property at 101 Maple Street, Berlin.

1st Circuit Court – District Division Berlin – July 29, 2015

In First Circuit Court, District Division, Berlin, on Wednesday, July 29, the following cases were heard:

 Branden Wilson, 18, 164 Willard Street, Berlin, was found guilty of criminal mischief and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $620, as well as restitution to Gale Seavey by March 31, 2016, in the amount of $280.70. The fine was suspended on the condition of good behavior for one year and that restitution is paid by the due date.

Crystal Brooks, 21, PO Box 264, Berlin, was charged with driving with a suspended license and registration, which were both nolle prossed.
Pamela J. Beaulieu, 38, 58 Cascade Flats, Gorham, was charged with domestic violence, which was nolle prossed.
Casey Byrne, 37, 416 Burgess Street, Berlin, was found guilty of knowingly using a false automobile inspection sticker and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $397.
Michael S. Flood, 24, 394 Church Street, Berlin, was found guilty of reckless operation and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $459.
Timothy Farrell, 60, 391 Main Street, Gorham, was found guilty of driving without a license and reckless operation and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $744, with $79 suspended. The charge of driving while intoxicated was nolle prossed.
Michael McKinney, 17, PO Box 335, Berlin, was found guilty of disobeying a police officer by failing to stop when signaled to do so and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $645 with $310 suspended on the condition of no motor vehicle or other convictions for one year.
Marc Labbe, 30, 569 Champlain Street, Berlin, was found guilty of the unlawful possession of marijuana and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $459.
Derek Meyers, 33, 300 Church Street, Berlin, was found guilty of reckless operation, was ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $620 and lost his license for 60 days.
Anthony Boremi, 71, 606 Milan Hill Road, Milan/Dummer, was charged with conduct after an accident, which was placed on file without a finding on the condition of good behavior for one year.

 

First Circuit District Court - Berlin 7/15

First Circuit District Court - Berlin - 7/15

 

Nicholas Dowland, 17, 1487 Main Street, Berlin, was in court to answer two charges of unlawful possession of alcohol by a minor, a charge of transporting alcohol by a minor, two charges of unlawful possession of marijuana, two charges of theft, two charges of contempt of a court order, one charge of reckless conduct, and one charge of inhaling toxic vapors with the intent of causing intoxication. Dowland was ordered to pay a total of $1,280 in fines and penalties for transporting alcohol by a minor, one charge of possession alcohol, one charge of possession of marijuana, and the inhaling toxic vapors charge. For these charges, Dowland also was ordered to complete the 3rd Millennium program within 90 days and file proof of attendance with the Berlin Police Department.
On one theft charge, Dowland was ordered to stay out of the Berlin Market Place and pay restitution of $14.59. Dowland was found guilty on the second theft charge, sentenced to 30 days in the Coos County House of Corrections, which was suspended on the condition of good behavior for one year, and placed on probation for 12 months.
The remaining charges were nolle prossed on the condition of good behavior for one year.
Luis E. Saucedo, 38, 487 Clay Street, Manchester, was found guilty of driving after his license was suspended and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $620.
Lisa McDonough, 44, 3 Exchange Street, Gorham, was charged with the unlawful possession of marijuana, which was placed on file without a finding on the condition of good behavior for one year.
Jonathan M. Duff, 26, 795 Second Avenue, Berlin, was found guilty of the unlawful possession of marijuana and was ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $499.
Aden Jibril, 26, 226 Blake Street, Lewiston, Maine, was charged with possessing a controlled drug which was dismissed.
Jeffrey Lessard, 28, 449 2nd Avenue, Berlin, was found guilty of disorderly conduct and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $100.
Jason Farren, 38, 43 Horne Street, Berlin, was charged with violating a protective order twice, and the unlawful possession of marijuana. Farren was found guilty of one protective order violation and ordered to serve 10 days in the Coos County House of Corrections, which was suspended on the condition of good behavior for one year. The second charge was nolle prossed. The unlawful possession of marijuana charge was placed on file without a finding on the condition of good behavior for one year.
William Litvin, 57, 99 Pine Island Avenue, Berlin, was found guilty of domestic violence and was ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $620, of which $310 was suspended, and sentenced to six months in the Coos County House of Corrections, which was suspended. Litvin was ordered to undergo drug and alcohol counseling, and complete a mental health examination. Litvin was ordered to participate in all recommended aftercare, and must provide the court with a quarterly update on this treatment. Litvin must maintain good behavior for two years.
Jeffrey Lessard, 28, 449 2nd Avenue, Berlin, was charged with violating the city noise ordinance, which was nolle prossed. Lessard was found guilty of resisting arrest at the time of this offense and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $620, which was suspended, and sentenced to 90 days in the Coos County House of Corrections with 80 days suspended. Lessard must maintain good behavior for one year.

1st Circuit Court - District Division - Berlin 7/21

In First Circuit Court, District Division, Berlin, on Wednesday, July 21, the following cases were heard:

Eric Hogan, 19, 271 Willard Street, Berlin, was charged with theft of items from a private property valued at less than $1,000, which was placed on file without a finding on the condition of good behavior for one year.
Brian Bishop, 23, 114 Madigan Street, Berlin, was found guilty of driving after his license was suspended and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $335.