First Circuit Court, District Division, Berlin, Tuesday, October 4

In First Circuit Court, District Division, Berlin, on Tuesday, October 4, the following cases were heard:
Gregg Letarte, 36, 114 Mannering St., Berlin, was found guilty of issuing a bad check to the Berlin Marketplace in the amount of $46.45 and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620 and to pay restitution in the amount of $284.93 within five months of his conviction. Two additional charges of issuing bad checks totaling $136.03 were placed on file without a finding on the condition he maintains good behavior for one year.
Benjamin Doolan, 18, 59 Second St., Groveton, was found guilty of theft by unauthorized taking for taking four Dick Cepek wheels and tires valued at more than $1,500 from the Berlin City dealerships without permission and ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $1,996 payable through the Department of Corrections. Doolan also was sentenced to serve 90 days in the Coos County House of Corrections with 60 days suspended on the condition he maintains good behavior for one year, and he was ordered to serve 12 months on probation upon his release.
Corey Clark, 45, 27 Devens St., Berlin, was found guilty of driving after his license to do so was suspended and sentenced to serve eight months in the Coos County House of Corrections. Clark also was found guilty of disobeying an officer and sentenced to eight months in the House of Corrections to be served concurrently with the above sentence.
Jose Lopez, 26, 1531 N. 71st Terra, Hollywood, Florida, was charged with driving at a speed of 50 miles per hour in a 30 mile-per-hour zone on lower Main Street in Gorham which was placed on file without a finding on the condition he completes an online defensive driving course within 60 days of his court date and provide proof of completion to the Gorham Police Department.
Darlene Cronin, 46, 421 Champlain St., Berlin, was found guilty of allowing an improper person to drive her vehicle on Champlain Street in Berlin and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $124.
Joshua Towle, 24, 500 North Main St., Gorham, was found guilty of unlawful possession of marijuana and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $434. Towle also was found guilty of driving at a speed of 49 miles per hour in a 30 mile-per-hour zone on Route 16 in Gorham and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $62. A charge of unlawful transportation of drugs in a motor vehicle was nolle prossed.
Oscar Hall, 33, 92 Land of Nod Road, Windham, Maine, was found guilty of operating a vehicle on Route 2 in Shelburne without a valid license and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620.
Joseph L. Wallace, Jr., 20, 89 Church St., Berlin, was found guilty of allowing an improper person to drive his vehicle on Main Street in Berlin and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $124.
Erika Bisson-Tessier, 22, 89 Hamlin St., Berlin, was found guilty of driving a vehicle on Route 16 in Dummer without a valid license and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620.
Keith N. Laflamme, 20, 213 Norway St., Berlin, was found guilty of unlawful possession of marijuana and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $434. Laflamme also was found guilty of being a minor in the possession of alcohol and ordered to pay an additional fine and penalty of $744. Laflamme also lost his driver’s license for six months. Charges of unlawful transportation of drugs in a motor vehicle and transportation of alcohol by a minor were nolle prossed.
Richard Dragon, 20, 749 Hillside Ave., Berlin, was charged with unlawful transportation of marijuana which was placed on file without a finding on the condition he completes the 3rd Millennium Combination Program within 45 days of his court date and file proof of completion with the Berlin Police Department. Charges of unlawful possession of marijuana, transportation of alcohol by a minor, and unlawful possession of alcohol by a minor were placed on file without a finding on the condition he maintains good behavior for one year.

In First Circuit Court, District Division, Berlin, on Wednesday, Sept. 28,

In First Circuit Court, District Division, Berlin, on Wednesday, September 28, the following cases were heard:
Ricardy Roseaux, 31, Coos County House of Corrections, West Stewartstown, was charged with simple assault and contempt of court which were both dismissed. Roseaux also was charged with domestic violence-simple assault-physical contact, and five counts of contempt of court, which were all also dismissed.
Everett Russell, 59, PO Box 217, Groveton, was found guilty of driving while intoxicated and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620, and complete the Impaired Driver Care Management Program. Russell also lost his license for nine months with the opportunity to petition the court for early reinstatement.
Ashley A. Connelly, 27, 385 Pearl St., Manchester, was found guilty of negligent driving on the East Milan Road and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $310. Connelly also was found guilty of violating a City of Berlin ordinance prohibiting the drinking of alcohol in public and ordered to pay a fine of $100. A charge of conduct after an accident was placed on file without a finding on the condition she maintains good behavior for one year. A charge of driving while intoxicated was nolle prossed.
Joseph Courchesne, 29, 801 Third Ave., Berlin, was found guilty of driving without a valid license to do so and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $186. A charge of driving after his license was suspended was nolle prossed.
Marc P. Labbe, 31, 533 Goebel St., Berlin, was found guilty of violating a protective order and sentenced to serve 45 days in the Coos County House of Corrections with credit for time served of 45 days.
Mianca Parker, 24, 2 Lilac Lane, Gorham, was found guilty of driving while intoxicated and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620, and complete the Impaired Driver Care Management Program. Parker also lost her license for nine months with the opportunity to petition the court for early reinstatement after 90 days.
Adam Brooks, 26, 239 French Hill Road, Milan, was found guilty of unlawful possession of heroin and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620 with $310 suspended, and to serve 30 days in the Coos County House of Corrections, which was suspended. The suspensions are on the condition he maintains good behavior for one year.
Todd Meehan, 50, 307 High St., Berlin, was found guilty of receiving stolen property, two gold rings valued in excess of $400, and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $1,240, with $930 suspended on the condition he maintains good behavior for one year and that he pays restitution to the victim in the amount of $400, payable through the Department of Corrections within 60 days of his conviction.
Jason Farren, 39, 406 Burgess St., Berlin, was found guilty of domestic violence-simple assault-physical contact and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $298, and to serve 60 days in the Coos County House of Corrections which was suspended on the condition he maintains good behavior for one year.

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1st Circuit Court – District Division Berlin – Tuesday, September 6,

In First Circuit Court, District Division, Berlin, on Tuesday, September 6, the following cases were heard:
Dana H. Fox, 64, 955 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, Mass., was found guilty of driving a vehicle in the town of Gorham after his license to do so was suspended and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $310.
Paul T. Cheever Jr., 46, 14 Grimes St., South Boston, Mass., was charged with driving at 40 miles-per-hour in a 30 miles-per-hour zone on Main Street in Gorham which was placed on file without a finding on the condition he maintains good behavior for six months and that he complete the Defensive Driver Course within 60 days of his conviction and file proof of completion with the Gorham Police Department.
Roger Dana, 42, 109 York St., Berlin, was found guilty of violating a City of Berlin ordinance prohibiting nuisance activity and ordered to pay a fine of $50.
Catherine Shotts, 41, 87 Merrimack St., Berlin, was found guilty of willful concealment of merchandise valued at $129.62 belonging to Walmart in Gorham and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620.
Rebekah Tabb, 23, 87 Merrimack St., Lancaster, was found guilty of willful concealment of merchandise valued at $129.62 belonging to Walmart in Gorham and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620.
Jesse Bergami, 41 Paine Street, Berlin, was found guilty of willful concealment of merchandise, a package of meat, belonging to the Berlin Market Place and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $310, and to pay restitution to the Berlin Market Place in the amount of $5.00 and file proof of payment of restitution with the Berlin Police Department.
Joseph Lamarche, 33, 575 Rockingham St., Berlin, was found guilty of violating a City of Berlin ordinance prohibiting unlicensed dogs and ordered to pay a fine of $25. A charge of violating a city ordinance prohibiting unvaccinated dogs was nolle prossed.
Joshua Waterhouse 29, 7 Oak Ridge Ave., Merrimack, was found guilty of driving a motor vehicle on Wight Street in Berlin without a valid license and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $62.
Harold Hannigan, Jr., 66, 604 Burgess St., Berlin, was found guilty on three charges of violating a City of Berlin ordinance prohibiting being drunk in public on three different days and ordered to pay fines totaling $200. A fourth charge for being drunk in public was nolle prossed.
Leonard Gallagher, 62, 17 Glen Ave., Berlin, was found guilty of driving under the influence of alcohol, second offense within 10 years, and was ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $930 and complete the Impaired Driver Care Management Program. Gallagher also lost his license to operate a motor vehicle for 18 months with the opportunity to petition the court for early reinstatement.
Kyle Higgins, 21, 111 Willard Street, Berlin, was found guilty violating his probation and ordered to serve three months in the Coos County House of Corrections. Higgins also was found guilty of resisting arrest and ordered to serve nine months in the House of Corrections, to be served concurrently with the above sentence, with six months suspended on the condition he maintains good behavior for two years, and that immediately upon his release he enrolls in the 28-day inpatient residential treatment program at Friendship House and successfully completes the program. Charges of criminal mischief, contempt of court and violating a City of Berlin ordinance prohibiting littering were nolle prossed.
Kodiac Champagne, 20, 7 Marble Lane, New Vineyard, Maine, was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana which was nolle prossed.
Marc Ouellette, 44, 1372 Napert St., Berlin, was found guilty of simple assault and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620, which was suspended, and to serve a 60-day sentence in the Coos County House of Corrections, which also was suspended. The condition for the suspensions is that he maintains good behavior for one year.
Troy Giles, 41, 12 Mechanic St., Gorham, was found guilty of driving under the influence of alcohol, second offense within 10 years, and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $930, and complete the Impaired Driver Care Management Program. Giles also lost his license for 24 months with the opportunity to petition the court for early reinstatement. Upon the reinstatement of his license he is required to install an interlock device for 12 months. A charge of leaving the scene of an accident was placed on file without a finding on the condition he maintains good behavior for six months, and a second charge of driving under the influence of alcohol was nolle prossed.
Paul Moffitt, 70, 12 Jordan Ave., Berlin, was found guilty of driving under the influence of alcohol and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620, and complete the Impaired Driver Care Management Program. Moffitt also lost his license for nine months with the opportunity to petition the court for early reinstatement.
Nicole St. Amant, 26, 430 Church St., Berlin, was found guilty of driving under the influence of alcohol and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620, and complete the Impaired Driver Care Management Program. St. Amant also lost her license for nine months with the opportunity to petition the court for early reinstatement

Berlin Daily Sun – 1st Circuit Court – District Division Berlin – Wednesday, September 14,

In First Circuit Court, District Division, Berlin, on Wednesday, September 14, the following cases were heard:
Sara Moskowitz-Paritsky, 27, 17 Adam St., Berlin, was found guilty of operating an unregistered OHRV on the Pipeline Trail and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $124.
Danielle Watkins, 41, 467 Burgess St., Berlin, was found guilty of aggravated driving while intoxicated and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $930, to complete the Impaired Driver Care Management Program, and to serve 17 days in the Grafton County House of Corrections with 12 days suspended. Watkins lost her license for 24 months with the opportunity to petition the court for early reinstatement after 18 months. Upon the reinstatement of her license Watkins must install an alcohol ignition interlock device for a period of 24 months. Charges of driving while intoxicated and a charge of driving a motor vehicle on Burgess Street in Berlin after her license to do so was suspended were nolle prossed.
Daniel F. Dion, 53, 173 Main St., Gorham, was found guilty of driving under the influence of alcohol and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620, and complete the Impaired Driver Care Management Program. Dion lost his license for 12 months with the opportunity to petition the court for early reinstatement. Dion also was found guilty of contempt of court for violating the conditions of his bail and ordered to serve 31 days in the Coos County House of Corrections with credit for time served of 31 days. A charge of driving a motor vehicle on Pleasant Street in Berlin while under the influence of a narcotic analgesic was nolle prossed.
Edna I. Jodoin, 69, 4 Dublin St., Gorham, was charged with driving at a speed of 35 miles per hour in a 25-mile-per-hour zone on Glen Avenue in Berlin, which was nolle prossed.
James Ashleigh, 45, 4 Lakeview Drive, Holland, Mass., was charged with operating an OHRV on posted property in Gorham which was placed on file without a finding on the condition he maintains good behavior for one year which includes no further violations of the Motor Vehicle Code or the OHRV Regulations.
Carl C. Beaudoin, 68, 12 Diana St., Berlin, was charged with simple assault, which was nolle prossed.
Charles Brundige, 45, 225 Blanchard St., Berlin, was charged with simple assault, which was nolle prossed.
Stephen Gregory, 28, 594 Cheshire St., Berlin, was found guilty of driving a motor vehicle on Mannering Street in Berlin without the required noise prevention on his muffler and with unsafe tires and was ordered to pay fines totaling $124. Gregory also was found guilty of resisting arrest and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $930, and to serve 12 months in the Coos County House of Corrections with all but 100 days suspended on the condition he maintains good behavior for two years. Gregory also must serve 24 months on probation. Charges of transporting drugs in a motor vehicle, failing to yield at a stop sign, failing to use turn signals or hand signals, failing to have required registration on his vehicle and an additional charge of resisting arrest were nolle prossed.
Brian Bishop, 24, 686 Third Avenue, Berlin, was found guilty of simple assault and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $248.
Michael Concannon, 53, 201 E. Mason St., Berlin, was found guilty of driving on East Mason Street while intoxicated and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620 and complete the Impaired Driver Care Management Program. Concannon also lost his license for 18 months with the opportunity to petition the court for early reinstatement after six months. Two additional charges of driving while intoxicated were nolle prossed.
Timothy Bishop, 44, 114 Madigan St., Berlin, was found guilty of simple assault and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $248.
Tyler Reiner, 19, 132 Maple St., Berlin, was found guilty of driving under the influence of a narcotic analgesic and a central nervous system depressant and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620 and complete the Impaired Driver Care Management Program. Reiner lost his license for 12 months and must complete the Department of Health and Human Services Impaired Driver Education Program prior to the restoration of his driver’s license. A charge of operating without a valid license was nolle prossed.
Andrew Lefebvre, 20, 215 Glen Avenue, Berlin, was found guilty of being a minor in possession of alcohol and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $434. Lefebvre also was found guilty of violating a City of Berlin ordinance prohibiting the drinking of alcohol in public and ordered to pay a fine of $50. Charges of unlawful transportation of marijuana in a motor vehicle and unlawful possession of marijuana were placed on file without a finding on the condition he maintains good behavior for one year. Charges of transportation of alcohol by a minor and unlawful possession of an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle were nolle prossed.
William Burke, 26, 210 Emery St., Berlin, was charged with stalking, which was nolle prossed.
Jasmine Stanford, 21, 185 Park St., Berlin, was found guilty of unlawful possession of marijuana and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $434. A charge of endangering the welfare of a child was nolle prossed.
Shawn Hill, 24, 185 Park St., Berlin, was found guilty of unlawful possession of an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $186. A charge of unlawful transportation of marijuana was nolle prossed.
Mary Williams, 27, 11 Powder Hill Drive, Lancaster, was found guilty of willful concealment for taking merchandise from Walmart in Gorham without permission to do so and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620.
Daniel Hilliard, 43, 47 Main St., Gorham, was found guilty of criminal mischief for damaging a wall belonging to the Department of Health and Human Services in Berlin and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620, which was suspended on the condition he maintains good behavior for one year and that he pay restitution to the victim in the amount of $550 payable through the Department of Corrections. A charge of violating a City of Berlin ordinance prohibiting disorderly conduct at a place of business was nolle prossed.
Matthew J. Blais, 33, 624 Kent St., Berlin, was found guilty of aggravated driving while intoxicated and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $930, to complete the Impaired Driver Care Management Program, and to serve 17 days in the Coos County House of Corrections (CCHOC) with 12 days suspended. Blais lost his license for 18 months with the opportunity to petition the court for early reinstatement after 12 months. Upon the reinstatement of his license Blais must install an alcohol ignition interlock device for a period of 12 months. Blais also was found guilty of resisting arrest and ordered to serve 12 months in the CCHOC with all but 90 days suspended, and to pay $1,240 with $620 suspended; suspensions are on the condition he maintains good behavior for two years. The jail term is to be served concurrently with the previous 5-day sentence. Blais also must serve two years on probation upon release from the CCHOC. Additionally Blais was found guilty of neglecting to stop at a stop sign and disorderly conduct and ordered to pay fines totaling $224. Charges of disobeying an officer, reckless operation of a motor vehicle, three additional charges for neglecting to stop at a stop sign, and an additional charge of resisting arrest were all nolle prossed.