1st Circuit Court – District Division Berlin – September 5, 2017

In First Circuit Court, District Division, Berlin, on Tuesday, September 5, the following cases were heard:

Ariel Bennett, 16, 24 Cascade Flats, 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 complete the 3rd Millennium Program within 45 days of her court date and file proof of completion with the Berlin Police Department.

Ashley Dexter, 29, 615 Burgess St., Berlin, was found guilty of operating a vehicle without a valid license and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $62.

Rae Ann Hood, 48, 24 Middle St., Dummer, was found guilty of willful concealment for taking merchandise from Walmart valued at $202.19 without the permission to do so and ordered to serve 30 days in the Grafton County House of Corrections which was suspended on the condition she maintains good behavior for one year. Hood also was placed on probation for one year and must pay restitution to the victim in the amount of $141.49, payable through the Department of Corrections.

Declan Blair, 16, 7 Mill St., Gorham, was charged with being a minor in possession of alcohol, which was placed on file without a finding on the condition he maintains good behavior for one year and that he complete the 3rd Millennium Program within 45 days of his court date and file proof of completion with the Berlin Police Department. Blair was found guilty of being a minor in possession of tobacco and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $62.

Jonathan Dana, 25, 518 Burgess St., Berlin, was found guilty of fishing in the Androscoggin River without a valid license and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $93.

Spencer Briggs-Doyle, 16, 514 Willard St., Berlin, was charged with being a minor in possession of alcohol, which was placed on file without a finding on the condition he maintains good behavior for one year and that he complete the 3rd Millennium Program within 45 days of his court date and file proof of completion with the Berlin Police Department. Briggs-Doyle was found guilty of being a minor in the possession of tobacco and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $62. Charges of unlawful transport of alcohol by a minor and violating a solid yellow line were nolle prossed.