First Circuit Court, District Division, Berlin, on Wednesday, December 14,

In First Circuit Court, District Division, Berlin, on Wednesday, December 14, the following cases were heard:
Pamela Throneberry-Perkins, 45, 361 School St., Berlin, was found guilty on two charges of simple assault and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620 and to serve two six-month terms concurrently in the Grafton County House of Corrections. The fine and jail sentences were suspended on the condition she maintains good behavior for three years and that she has no contact with the victim. Four additional charges of simple assault were nolle prossed.
Aaron Throneberry-Perkins, 42, 361 School St., Berlin, was found guilty of endangering the welfare of a child and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620, and complete a parenting class with proof of completion filed with the Berlin Police Department within 90 days of his conviction. A charge of simple assault was nolle prossed.
Nelson E. Gallant, 63, 540 North Road, Shelburne, was charged with simple assault-physical contact-bodily injury which was placed on file without a finding on the condition he maintains good behavior for two years, that he participates in family counseling and anger management counseling, and that he turns in his concealed weapon permit for two years. An additional charge of simple assault-physical contact-bodily injury was nolle prossed.
Christopher Stiasny, 22, 179 Willow St., Berlin, was found guilty of unlawful possession of marijuana and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620 and to serve 12 months in the Coos County House of Corrections. The jail sentence was suspended on the condition he maintains good behavior for one year and that he report to probation for six months.
Jesse Merrill, 31, PO Box 412, Dixfield, Maine, was found guilty of driving while intoxicated and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $930, and to complete the Impaired Driver Care Management Program. Merrill also lost his license to operate a vehicle in the state of New Hampshire for 12 months with the opportunity to petition the court for early reinstatement after six months. Two charges of aggravated driving while intoxicated and charges of unlawful possession of a controlled drug, unlawful transporting of a controlled drug and having an open container of alcohol in his vehicle were nolle prossed.
Jesse Labelle, 36, 594 Cheshire St., Berlin, was found guilty of simple assault and ordered to serve 30 days in the Coos County House of Corrections which was suspended on the condition he maintains good behavior for one year.
Christopher Chasse, 41, 692 Third Ave., Berlin, was found guilty of domestic violence-simple assault-physical contact and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $970 with $930 suspended, and to serve 30 days in the Coos County House of Corrections, which was suspended. The condition of the suspensions is that Chasse maintains good behavior for one year.
Nicholas Roy, 28, 21 Duguay St., Berlin, was found guilty of allowing an improper person to operate his vehicle and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $124.
Dillon Johnson, 21, 184 Main St., Colebrook, was charged with domestic violence-simple assault-physical contact, which was dismissed because the alleged victim did not want to proceed.
Ahmed Abo, 18, 75 University St., Auburn, Maine, was found guilty of operating a vehicle without a valid license to do so and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $310. A charge of speeding was nolle prossed.
Jeffrey Letarte, 41, 424 Goebel St., Berlin, was found guilty of driving while intoxicated and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620, and to complete the Impaired Driver Care Management Program. Letarte also lost his license to operate a vehicle for 9 months with the opportunity to petition the court for early reinstatement after 90 days. A second charge of driving while intoxicated was nolle prossed. Letarte also was charged with criminal trespass which was placed on file with a finding and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $372 which was suspended on the condition he maintains good behavior for one year.
Tristen Gaulin, 19, 901 6th Ave., Berlin, was charged with negligent driving which was nolle prossed.
Ernest Dexter, 70, 48 New Durham Road, Middleton, was found guilty of violating the City of Berlin’s ordinance prohibiting the storing of junk motor vehicles in an area of the city where such activity is prohibited and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $150.

Couple charged with endangering the welfare of a child after suspected heroin overdose

By Lloyd Jones
BARTLETT — A couple with no fixed address were arrested last week by Bartlett and Gorham police and charged with endangering the welfare of a child after being involved in an alleged heroin overdose at the Villager Motel in Bartlett on Nov. 27.
According to Bartlett Police Chief Janet Hadley Champlin, 21-year-old Erik M. Bradbury Jr. was arrested Nov. 28 not only for child endangerment but also breach of bail conditions, both Class A misdemeanors.
"These charges stem from an investigation that began on Nov. 27, when a suspected heroin overdose was reported at the Villager Motel located on Route 302 in Bartlett," Champlin said in a release issued last Friday.
"The Bartlett Police Department and Bartlett/Jackson Ambulance responded to the motel, and as a result of this call, Mr. Bradbury was transported to Memorial Hospital for treatment," she said. "He is currently being held at the Carroll County Jail on $1,500 cash bail."

First Circuit Court, District Division, Berlin, on November 30

In First Circuit Court, District Division, Berlin, on Wednesday, November 30, the following cases were heard:
Shannon Orr, 34, 14 Serenity Circle, Berlin, was charged with two counts of contempt of court which were nolle prossed.
Daniel Donato, 27, 222 Milan Road, Berlin, was charged with criminal threatening which was nolle prossed.
Ryan Mallow, 26, 128 Emerson Drive, Jericho, Vt., was found not guilty of driving an OHRV on Main Street in Gorham while intoxicated.
Lisa L. Coulombe, 30, 377 Champlain St., Berlin, was charged with five counts of credit card fraud for using stolen Walmart gift cards at Walmart which were placed on file without a finding on the condition she pays restitution to the victims totaling $210 and that she maintains good behavior for one year. An additional charge of credit card fraud and four charges of receiving stolen property, all Walmart gift cards, were placed on file without a finding on the condition Coulombe maintains good behavior for one year.
Eric Hogan, 20, 577 Cheshire St., Berlin, was found guilty of criminal mischief for purposely damaging the entry door of an apartment at 717 Second Avenue and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620 which was suspended on the condition Hogan pay restitution to the victim in the amount of $100, that he participate in mental health counseling and provide written proof of participation to the prosecutor and the court on a quarterly basis, and that he maintains good behavior for one year. Hogan also was found guilty of domestic violence-simple assault-physical contact and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $670, with $620 suspended, and to serve 30 days in the Coos County House of Corrections, which also was suspended. The condition of the suspensions is that Hogan maintains good behavior for one year. A charge of criminal trespass and two additional charges of domestic violence-simple assault-physical contact were nolle prossed.
Britteny Marquis 21, 179 Finland St., Berlin, was found guilty of driving while intoxicated and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620, and must complete the Impaired Driver Care Management Program. Marquis lost her license to operate a motor vehicle for nine months with the opportunity to petition the court for early reinstatement after three months.
Hans Laggis, 19, PO Box 69, Hardwick, Vt., was found guilty of recklessly driving on Jericho Lake Road in Berlin, and was ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $992. Laggis lost his license to operate a motor vehicle in New Hampshire for 90 days. Four charges of driving while intoxicated were nolle prossed.
James Arcuni, 39, 717 Second Avenue, Berlin, was found guilty of disorderly conduct for yelling and swearing in public and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620 with $310 suspended on the condition he maintains good behavior for one year. A charge of unlawful possession of marijuana was placed on file without a finding on the condition Arcuni maintains good behavior for one year.

First Circuit Court, District Division, Berlin, on December 6

In First Circuit Court, District Division, Berlin, on Tuesday, December 6, the following cases were heard:
Richard Green, 48, 245 Northside Road, Stark, 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. Green lost his license to operate a motor vehicle for 12 months with the opportunity to petition the court for early reinstatement after six months. A charge of aggravated driving while intoxicated was nolle prossed.
Nicholas Rasys, 28, 133 Strafford St., Berlin, was found guilty of driving a motor vehicle with a suspended registration and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $310. A charge of driving with a suspended license was nolle prossed.
Brandon Roy, 22, 5 Pisani St., Gorham, was found guilty on three charges of criminal mischief for damaging private property and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620 which was suspended on the condition he participates in mental health counseling and provide written proof to the prosecutor within 60 days of his conviction. Roy also must maintain good behavior for one year. A charge of false imprisonment for holding a person against her will was nolle prossed.
Jerry Consiglio, 25, 106 Main St., Gorham, was found guilty of criminal trespass on private property and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $310.
Savannah Eastman, 17, 4 Lazy Pines Drive, Loudon, was charged with being under the age of 21 in possession of alcohol which was placed on file without a finding on the condition she completes the 3rd Millennium Program for alcohol and file proof of completion with the Berlin Police Department within 45 days of her court date. Eastman also must maintain good behavior for one year.
Jason Garneau, 18, 174 Blanchard St., Berlin, was found guilty of unlawful possession of marijuana and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $434. A charge of unlawful transportation of drugs was nolle prosed.
Samantha Braley, 18, 1886 Riverside Drive, Berlin, was found guilty of traveling at 44 miles-per-hour in a 30-mile-per-hour zone and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $93 which was suspended on the condition she maintains good behavior for one year. Braley also was found guilty of unlawful transportation of marijuana and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $434, payable by 43.4 hours of community service. Braley lost her license to operate a motor vehicle for 60 days.
Kim Talbot, 42, PO Box 34, Glen, was found guilty of driving after her license to do so was suspended and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620.
Brandon Field, 43, 16 Park St., Lancaster, was found guilty of deceptive forestry business practices for failing to pay for timber harvested on private property per a contractual agreement and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $372 which was suspended on the condition he maintains good behavior for one year. Field also was found guilty of submitting a false timber harvest report and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620 which was suspended on the condition he maintains good behavior for one year.
Ginger Gagne, 52, 191 Pans Road, Stark, was found guilty of operating an OHRV on private property without permission to do so and was ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $74.40
John Boisvert, 55, 10 Western Ave., Gorham, was charged on two counts of criminal threatening which were placed on file without a finding on the condition enrolls in Alcoholics Anonymous, attend one meeting per month and file proof of attendance with the Gorham Police Department. Boisvert also must maintain good behavior for one year.
Quentin Elwood, 59, 65 High Range Road, Londonderry, was charged with criminal mischief, reckless operation, and crossing the solid yellow line which were all nolle prossed.
 
These cases were heard Nov. 30:
Jennifer Theriault, 44, 130 Spruce St., Berlin, was found guilty of disorderly conduct for creating a hazardous condition for another person and was ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $250, and to maintain good behavior for one year. Two charges of unlawful possession of drugs, hashish and marijuana, and one charge of domestic violence-simple assault- physical contact were placed oan file without a finding on the condition she maintains good behavior for one year.
Miles Byrne, 18, 113 West Milan Road, Berlin, was found guilty of driving after his license to do so was suspended and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620. A charge of using a mobile electronic devise while driving was nolle prossed.
Scott M. Hynes, 47, 231 Norway St., Berlin, was found guilty of using a mobile electronic devise while driving and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $124.
Nathan Accardi, 23, 75 Bemis St., Berlin, was found guilty of driving after his license to do so was suspended and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620. And he lost his license to operate a motor vehicle for 60 days. An additional charge of driving after his license was suspended was nolle prossed.