1st Circuit Court – District Division Berlin – April 4, 2017


In First Circuit Court, District Division, Berlin, on Tuesday, April 4, the following cases were heard:
Hannah Rivard, 17, 11 Androscoggin St., Gorham, was charged with being a minor in possession of alcohol which was placed on file without a finding on the condition she maintains good behavior for one year and that she completes the 3rd Millennium Program within 45 days of her court date and files proof of completion with the Berlin Police Department.
Haley Kline, 18, 670 Lancaster St., Berlin, was found guilty of being a minor in possession of alcohol and was ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $372.
Nathaniel Vincent, 21, 624 Rockingham St., Berlin, was found guilty of unlawful possession of a controlled drug, marijuana, and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $434.
Justin Vien, 18, 171 Enman Hill Road, Berlin, was charged with being a minor in possession of alcohol and transporting alcohol which were both placed on file without a finding on the condition he maintains good behavior for one year and that he completes the 3rd Millennium Program within 45 days of his court date and file proof of completion with the Berlin Police Department.
Brian Perry, 36, 587 Western Ave., Berlin, was found guilty of receiving stolen property, a bicycle valued at less than $500, and was ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $310.
Robert Remillard, 29, 27 Laurel St., Berlin, was charged with theft by unauthorized taking which was nolle prossed.
Maurice Tellier, 59, 86 Raycrest Drive, Randolph, was charged with harassment, criminal threatening, and disorderly conduct which were all nolle prossed.
Shawn Hill, 25, 386 Willard St., Berlin, was charged with cruelty to animals and leaving an animal in a motor vehicle under harsh conditions which were both nolle prossed.
Robert L. Smith, 65, 29 Jefferson Avenue, Gilman, Vt, was found guilty of operating a motor vehicle after his license to do so was suspended and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $310.
Jamison R. Rousseau, 16 Mt. Vista Drive, Shelburne, was charged with operating a motor vehicle after his license to do so was suspended, which was nolle prossed.
Margarito Lopez, 36, 412 Goebel St., Berlin, was found guilty of prohibited sales of alcohol for giving alcohol to a minor and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $434.
John Qualls, 47, 278 Champlain St., Berlin, was found guilty of violating a City of Berlin ordinance defining a truck route and ordered to pay a fine of $50.
Daniel R. Flint, 19, 811 Milan Road, Milan, was found guilty of violating a City of Berlin ordinance by committing a motor vehicle offense and ordered to pay a fine of $100.
Randy Duguay, 36, 528 Willard St., Berlin, was found guilty of willful concealment for taking packages of hamburger, bacon, and shrimp from the Berlin Marketplace without paying for the merchandise and ordered to pay restitution to the Berlin Marketplace in the amount of $416.16, payable through the Department of Corrections, and to serve 26 days in the Coos County House of Corrections with credit for time served of 26 days. Duguay was found guilty of willful concealment for taking a 32-inch Samsung Smart TV from Walmart without paying for the merchandise and ordered to pay restitution to Walmart in the amount of $178, payable through the Department of Corrections, and to serve 26 days in the Coos County House of Corrections with credit for time served of 26 days. Duguay was found guilty of willful concealment for taking merchandise from Walmart without paying for the merchandise and ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $498, payable through the Department of Corrections, and to serve 26 days in the Coos County House of Corrections with credit for time served of 26 days. Duguay was found guilty of unlawful possession of a controlled drug, marijuana, and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $434, which was suspended on the condition he maintains good behavior for one year. Charges of unlawful transportation of a controlled drug, operating a motor vehicle after his license to do so was suspended, knowingly displaying a suspended New Hampshire driver’s license, and contempt of court were all nolle prossed.