District Division Berlin – Tuesday, November 24, 2015

In First Circuit Court, District Division, Berlin, on Tuesday, Nov. 24, the following cases were heard:
Kimberly Black, 31, c/o Grafton County House of Corrections, 3865 Dartmouth College Highway, North Haverhill, was found guilty of simple assault and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $248.
Sean M. Lamontagne, 38, 10 Charron Avenue, Berlin, was found guilty of driving while intoxicated and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $620, to participate in the Impaired Driver Care Management Program, and he lost his license for nine months, with six months possible suspension provided he is screened within 14 days of conviction and complies with all aspects of the sentencing order. A second driving while intoxicated charge was nolle prossed.
Jamie Bynum, 35, 10 Mountain View Drive, Milan, was found guilty of reckless operation of a motor vehicle and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $620, and lost his license for 60 days. A charge of driving while intoxicated was nolle prossed.
Adam Stanley, 29, 575 Rockingham St., Berlin, was found guilty of driving under a suspended license and was ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $310. Stanley was found guilty of theft by unauthorized taking and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $124, pay $2 in restitution to the Big Apple within 30 days of his court date with proof of payment filed with the Berlin Police Department, and complete substance abuse and mental health counseling. Stanley also was found guilty of receiving stolen property and sentenced to 90 days in the Coos County House of Corrections, which was suspended for 90 days on the condition that he maintains good behavior for one year, that he pay restitution in the amount of $150 to the victim within 30 days of his court date and file proof of payment with the Berlin Police Department, and that he complete substance abuse and mental health counseling. Three additional charges of receiving stolen property, a charge of driving under a suspended license, and two charges of contempt were all nolle prossed.
James Ricottelli, 57, 112 Pinkham B, Randolph, was found guilty of driving while intoxicated and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $620, complete the Impaired Driver Care Management Program, and lost his license for 12 months, with six months possible suspension provided he is screened within 14 days of conviction and complies with all aspects of the sentencing order. The charges of aggravated driving while intoxicated and violating the town ordinance banning drinking in public were nolle prossed.

First Circuit Court, Nov. 10

In First Circuit Court, District Division, Berlin, on Tuesday, Nov. 10, the following cases were heard:
Stacy Brown, 35, 105 Verdun Street, Berlin, was found guilty of driving under the influence of alcohol and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $620, lost her license for nine months with the ability to reduce that that to six months upon compliance with the Impaired Driver Care Management Program.
Stephen Gregory, 27, 594 Cheshire Street, Berlin, was found guilty of traveling 65 miles-per-hour in a 35 mile-per-hour zone and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $372, which was suspended on the condition he maintains good behavior for one year.
Adam Fontaine, 25, 96 Clark Street, Berlin, was found guilty of driving a motorcycle without a license to do so and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $120.
Amber Pinette, 30, 56 Verdun Street, Berlin, was charged with driving under a suspended license, which was nolle prossed.

First Circuit Court, District Division, Berlin, 11/03

In First Circuit Court, District Division, Berlin, on Tuesday, November 3, the following cases were heard:
Louis Coulombe, 33, 401 Willard Street, Berlin, was found guilty of unlawful possession of marijuana and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $434.
Salvador Huerta, 29, PO Box 397 Franconia, was found guilty of shoplifting merchandise valued at $209.91 from Walmart and was ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $1,240 with $310 suspended on the condition he maintains good behavior for one year.
Kimberly Fortin, 27, 10 Birch Drive, Milan, was found guilty of theft/lost mislaid property valued at $300 and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $620, and pay restitution in the amount of $300 to the victim through the Gorham Police Department.
Erik Dow, 17, 26 Jewell Street, Gorham, was charged with unlawful transport of marijuana in his motor vehicle, which was placed on file without a finding on the condition he maintains good behavior for one year, and that he complete the Third Millennium Program within 30 days of his court date and files proof of completion with the Gorham Police Department.
Bronson Martin, 23, 216 Emery Street, Berlin, was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana and unlawful transport of marijuana in his motor vehicle, both placed on file without a finding on the condition he maintains good behavior for one year, and that he completes the Third Millennium Program within 30 days of his court date and files proof of completion with the Gorham Police Department.
Pamela Mansulla, 29, 143 Jericho Road, Berlin, was found guilty of driving a motor vehicle after her license was suspended and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $310.
Mason Gregory, 18, 272 Church Street, Berlin, was found guilty of being a minor in possession of alcohol and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $372. The charges of unlawful possession of marijuana and underage transport of alcohol were placed on file without a finding on the condition he maintains good behavior for one year, and that he complete the Third Millennium Program within 45 days of his court date and files proof of completion with the Berlin Police Department. The charge of transporting an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle was nolle prossed.
James Gardner, 32, 4 Abenaki Lane, Berlin, was found guilty of unlawful possession of marijuana and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $434.
Tyler Hamlin, 18, 284 Denmark Street, Berlin, was found guilty of placing bait without a sign bearing his name and address and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $124. Hamlin was found guilty of baiting without permission of the landowner and ordered to pay an additional fine and penalties of $124. A second charge of baiting was placed on file without a finding on the condition he maintains good behavior for one year. Hamlin also was found guilty of theft of a Camouflage Spypoint Camera and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $620 with $372 deferred on the condition he maintains good behavior for one year.
Allegra Dyer, 30, 47 Main Street, Gorham, was found guilty of speeding and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $434.
Jessica Leclerc, 28, 44 Pleasant Street, Berlin, was found guilty of speeding and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $434.
Candace Vallis, 40, 170 High Street, Berlin, was found guilty of disorderly conduct and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $100.
Andrea Bishop, 41, 114 Madigan Street, Berlin, was found guilty of a second offense of violating a town ordinance by allowing the free running of dogs ,which caused destruction of property, and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $50.
Joshua Potter, 18, 12 Evergreen Drive, Lancaster, was found guilty of speeding and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $124.

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1st Circuit Court – District Division Berlin – October 20, 2015

 In First Circuit Court, District Division, Berlin, on Tuesday, October 20, the following cases were heard:

Shawn Hill, 24, 185 Park Street, Berlin, was found guilty of unlawful possession of marijuana and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $620. Charges of transporting drugs in a motor vehicle and contempt of court were nolle prossed.

Cayla Bailey, 26, 146 Maynesboro Street, Berlin was found guilty of violating the city nuisance ordinance and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $50.

Roxanna Edwards, 26, 13 Summer Street, Berlin, was found guilty of contempt of court for violating a criminal order of protection and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $620. A second contempt charge was placed on file without a finding on the condition Edwards maintains good behavior for one year.

Troy Steller, 16, 213 Hillside Avenue, Berlin, was found guilty of violating the conditions of a youth motor vehicle operator’s license and ordered to pay a fine and penalties of $124. A second charge of violating a youth operator’s license was nolle prossed.