Coos County Grand Jury indictments -7/17

LANCASTER – A Coos County grand jury returned the following indictments on Friday, July 17.
Crystal Brooks, 21, of 15 Maple Ave., Goffstown, was indicted on a charge of possession of a controlled drug (buprenorphine) in Berlin.
Nicholas J, Collins, 27, of the Coos County House of Correction, West Stewartstown, was indicted on a charge of second-degree assault.
Andrea Duncan, 38, of Route 2, Randolph, was indicted on a charge of public welfare fraud.
Trey Labbe, 19, of 533 Goebel St., Berlin was indicted on a count of burglary at Turbo Mechanical Services.
Jesse R. Labelle, 36, of 526 Champlain St., Berlin was indicted on two counts of charge of possession of a controlled drug (cocaine and heroin), and possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute.
Samuel Meyerhoffer, 26, of 533 First Ave., Berlin, was indicted on two counts of aggravated felonious sexual assault.
Jennifer Morgan, 43, of 634 Burgess St., Berlin was indicted on a charge of willful concealment/theft from Rite Aid, having twice been convicted of theft of property.
Patrick Murphy, 24, of 138 East Milan Road, Berlin was indicted on a charge of attempted delivery of articles to prisoners.
Santos Negron, 43, of 634 Burgess St., Berlin was indicted on a charge of possession of a controlled drug (heroin).
Joseph Nici, 37, of 281 North State St., Concord, was indicted on a charge of assault by prisoner.
Marissa Oliver, 31, of 820 Lafayette Road, Hampton, was indicted on charges of delivery of articles to prisoners and possession of a controlled drug (buprenorphine).
Kelsie Ordway, 25, of 10 Summer St., Groveton, was indicted on two counts of driving after being certified as a habitual offender and two counts of possession of a controlled drug (cocaine and heroin) with intent to sell or distribute.
Samuel Pennock, 30, of 74 First St., Groveton, was indicted on a count of possession of a controlled drug (heroin).
Joseph D. Perreault, 29, of 735 Fifth Ave., Berlin was indicted on a charge of bail jumping.
Jonathan Salvatore, 30, of 99 Jericho Road, Berlin was indicted on a charge of willful concealment/theft at Wal-Mart.
David C. Senecal, 44, of 79 Windlow Lane, Candia was indicted on a count of bail jumping.
Elijah P. Sharp, 48, of 21 Ottawa St., Berlin was indicted on two counts of bail jumping.
Nicholas Zucconi, 33, of 138 East Milan Road, was indicted on a charge of delivery of articles to prisoners and on a charge of possession of a controlled drug (buprenorphine).

First Circuit Court - District Division - Berlin 7/7

First Circuit Court - District Division - Berlin
July 7, 2015
Diane P. Poulin, 61, 16 Haven Avenue, Berlin, was found guilty of shoplifting $66.54 worth of merchandise at Wal-Mart in Gorham, and fined $620 which was suspended on the condition of good behavior for one year and that Poulin complete cognitive behavioral therapy and provide proof of participation to the Gorham Police Department at 6-month intervals.
Alexandra Pinette, 39, 17 Hemlock Lane, Berlin was found guilty of shoplifting $56.84 worth of merchandise at Wal-Mart in Gorham, and fined $620 which was suspended on the condition of good behavior for one year, and that Pinette complete the 3rd Millennium Shoplifting course within 30 days, and participate in counseling and provide proof of participation to the Gorham Police Department at six month intervals.
Kaitlyn Hogan, 20, 28 Francella Road, Methuen, Mass., was found guilty of possessing marijuana at the state prison in Berlin, and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $459.
Adrianna Hynes, 19, 28 Francella Road, Methuen, Mass., was found guilty of possessing marijuana at the state prison in Berlin, and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $459.
Meagan A. Glover, 29, 150 Hill Road, Dummer, was charged with driving under a suspended license in Gorham, which was placed on file without a finding on the condition of good behavior for six months. The charge of driving under a suspended registration was nolle prossed.
Stephen Gregory, 27, 594 Cheshire Street, Berlin, was found guilty of driving without a valid license in Gorham and was ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $149.
Breno A. Correia, 21, 55 Lambert Street, Revere, Mass. was found guilty of driving without a valid license in Randolph and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $124. The charge of failing to yield to an emergency vehicle was placed on file on the condition of good behavior for six months to include no motor vehicle infractions.
Steven Taylor, 40, 60 Andrews Hill Road, Westbrook, Maine, was found guilty of driving under a suspended license in Gorham and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $335.
Teresina McGuire, 49, 22 Fernboro Street, Boston, Mass., was found guilty of driving without a valid license in Gorham and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $124.
Jennifer J. Lozeau, 30, 166 Glen Avenue, Berlin, was found guilty of driving an uninspected vehicle on Hutchins Street and ordered to pay a fine of $31.
Jordyn M. Buck, 17, 1077 Milan Road, Milan, was found guilty of speeding 74 miles per hour in a 55 mile per hour zone in Milan and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $103.33.
David Rosati, III, 16, 296 South Main Street, Manchester, was found guilty of possessing tobacco products by a minor in Gorham, which was placed on file without a finding on the condition of good behavior for one year. Rosati also was found guilty of possessing alcohol and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $397.
Andrew Oliveira, 27, 324 Wood Street, Swansea, Mass., was found guilty of possessing marijuana in Gorham, and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $459. The charge of transporting marijuana in a motor vehicle was nolle prossed.
Timothy Moreau, 29, 123 Jericho Road, Berlin, was found guilty of possessing marijuana in Berlin and ordered to pay fines and penalties of $434.
Andrew M. Oliveira, 27, 324 Wood Street, Swansea, Mass., was charged with driving with an open container of alcohol in Gorham, which was nolle prossed.

First Circuit District Division Court - Berlin 6/24/15

In Berlin District Court, Wednesday, June 24, Judge Paul Desjardins dismissed four cases due to the prosecutors' failure to appear in court. One of the cases was for a third offense of driving under the influence of alcohol.
John Raspe, 39, of 215 Beckley Hill, Barre, Vermont, was charged with two class A misdemeanors of aggravated driving under the influence and driving under the influence, 3rd offense, a class B misdemeanor of driving under the influence, and an open container violation. All charges were dismissed by the judge due to the Gorham prosecutor's failure to appear in court.
Raspe was previously convicted of driving while intoxicated on February 24, 2006, in Collin County Court in Texas and again on January 26, 2012, in Washington County District court in Vermont. Raspe was arrested on December 19, 2014, on North Main Street in Gorham with an alcohol concentration alleged to be 0.16 or more.
Cory Bertholdt, 35, of 26 Main Street, Errol, was charged with a class B misdemeanor of criminal threatening, and a felony charge of criminal threatening with the use of a deadly weapon. The charges were dismissed by the judge due to the Gorham prosecutor's failure to appear in court.
Anthony K. Heath, 28, of 534 East River Road, Milan, was charged with a felony first-degree assault with a deadly weapon. The charge was dismissed by the judge due to the New Hampshire State Police prosecutor's failure to appear in court.
Nina A. Villnave, 35, of 4 Elmwood Drive, Concord, was charged with a class A misdemeanor of theft of services from the Town & Country Motor Inn in Shelburne, in the amount of $514.48. The charge was dismissed by the judge due to the New Hampshire State Police prosecutor's failure to appear in court.
In other cases, Jacob Beckwith-Smith, 22, of 240 Main Street, Gorham, was charged with a felony count of possession of a controlled drug with the intent to sell. The charge was dropped. Beckwith-Smith was also charged with a class A misdemeanor of possession of a controlled drug, to which he pleaded guilty, and a class A misdemeanor of theft by unauthorized taking, which was dropped.
Beckwith-Smith was sentenced to 90 days in the house of corrections, suspended for 90 days on condition of good behavior, and ordered to pay fines and penalties of $434 that was reduced to $217.00. He was placed on probation for 12 months.
Kristin Goss-Schatz, 31, of 587 Western Avenue, Berlin, was found guilty of a violation of driving an unregistered vehicle and ordered to pay fines and penalties of $103.33. The violation charges of presenting a false inspection/registration sticker and of violating the winter overnight parking ban were dropped. On a violation charge of conduct after an accident, Goss-Schatz was ordered to pay restitution of $600, and must maintain good behavior for one year.
Theresa Levesque, 37, of 445 Willow Street, Manchester, pled guilty to a class A misdemeanor of assaulting a police officer. Levesque was sentenced to 43 days in the house of corrections with credit for 13 days served and 30 days suspended. Levesque must maintain good behavior for one year.
Desiree Corbeil, 26, of 364 Derrah Street, Berlin, was charged with a class A misdemeanor of domestic violence. The charge was placed on file without a finding. Corbeil must maintain good behavior for one year.

First Circuit District Court - Berlin 6/30

Arthur R. Laflamme, 63, 424 Hillside Avenue, Berlin, pleaded guilty to a first offense of driving

under the influence of alcohol. Laflamme was ordered to attend the Impaired Driver Care

Management Program, lost his license for nine months, and paid a fine and penalties totaling

$645. Six of the nine months of lost license may be suspended if he complies with the

sentencing order.