First Circuit Court, District Division, Berlin, Wednesday, September 13,

In First Circuit Court, District Division, Berlin, on Wednesday, September 13, the following cases were heard:

Carl Beaudoin, 69, of 12 Diana St., Berlin, was charged with traveling at a speed of 44 miles-per-hour in a 30-mile-per-hour zone on Route 16 in Milan Village which was placed on file without a finding on the condition he maintains good behavior for six months.

Mandy Leveille, 35, of 127 Madigan St., Berlin, was found guilty of cruelty to animals for negligent care of her cat and was ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $310.

Gregg Letarte, 37, of 194 Wight St., Berlin, was found guilty of theft by unauthorized taking of a money bag containing $60 belonging to Dave’s Taxi and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620, which was suspended on the condition he maintains good behavior for one year and that he pay back the $60 to the victim within seven days of his court date.

Branden Sharp, 20, of 114 Madigan St., Berlin, was found guilty of driving under the influence of alcohol and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620, complete the Impaired Driver Care Management Program, and surrender his license to operate a vehicle for 12 months. Sharp also was found guilty of operating an uninspected vehicle and operating a vehicle without a valid license and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $62 for each charge. A second charge of operating a vehicle without a valid license, a second charge of driving under the influence of alcohol, and charges of transporting alcohol by a minor, being a minor in possession of alcohol and having an open container of alcohol in a vehicle were all nolle prossed.

Ryan Collins, 32, of 43 Wesson Road, Lancaster, was found guilty of knowingly violating a protective order and was sentenced to 30 days in the Coos County House of Corrections which was suspended on the condition he maintains good behavior for six months.

Matthew Lefebvre, 27, of 806 Second Ave., Berlin, was found guilty of driving under the influence of alcohol and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620, complete the Impaired Driver Care Management Program and surrender his license to operate a motor vehicle for nine months, with the opportunity to petition the court for early reinstatement after six months. Charges of operating a motor vehicle after his license to do so was suspended, and failure to drive on the right side of the road were nolle prossed.

Victoria Gilman, 46, of 106 Mason St., Berlin, was found guilty of operating a motor vehicle after her license to do so was suspended and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620 which was suspended on the condition she maintains good behavior for one year. Gilman also was sentenced to serve seven days in the Grafton County House of Corrections within six months of her conviction, and surrender her license to operate a motor vehicle for 12 months with the requirement of installing an interlock device for 12 months following the reinstatement of her driver’s license.

Jason Rainault, 41, of 271 Willard St., Berlin, was found guilty of willful concealment — theft for taking packages of cigarettes from Circle K and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620 which was suspended on the condition he maintains good behavior for one year and that he pay restitution to Circle K in the amount of $35 within 60 days of his court date and file proof of payment with the Berlin Police Department. Rainault was found guilty on a second charge of willful concealment — theft, for taking packages of cigarettes from the Big Apple and ordered to pay a fine and penalty of $620 which was suspended on the condition he maintains good behavior for one year and that he pay restitution to the Big Apple in the amount of $11.45 within 60 days of his court date and file proof of payment with the Berlin Police Department. A charge of criminal trespass was nolle prossed.

April Baillargeon, 41, of 12 Diana St., Berlin, was found guilty of theft by unauthorized taking for stealing $190 from Roger Duguay and ordered to pay that amount back to Duguay payable through the Department of Corrections. Baillargeon also was found guilty of contempt of court for violating the terms of her bail and sentenced to serve 30 days in the Grafton County House of Corrections with credit for time served of 30 days.