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The following cases are from the Third Circuit Court in Conway for the weeks of June 16 and 23, 2014:
Norman Stelbergs, 29, of Albany, pleaded guilty to two counts of criminal threatening. He was given a 60-day jail sentence that was suspended for two years. He is to have a mental health examination and is banned from firearm possession for five years. He can have no contact with the victims.
Gregg Reeves, 27, of Albany, pleaded guilty to false report of a motor vehicle accident and was given a 90-day jail sentence that was suspended for one year pending good behavior. Reeves pleaded not guilty to conduct after an accident and the charge was placed on file without finding. A restitution hearing is scheduled for July 8.
Carroll County Sheriff's Office dropped charges theft by deception against Dennis Emberley, 56, of Gilmanton.
Allyssa Palubeskie, 18, of North Conway, pleaded not guilty to issuing bad checks, and the complaint will be placed on file pending good behavior for one year and restitution of $500.
Tyler Brideau, 17, of Conway, pleaded guilty to possession of drugs and was fined $434 and his license was suspended for 60 days.
Mark Adams, 23, of Center Conway, pleaded guilty to criminal mischief and was given a $310 fine that was suspended for one year. He was ordered to pay $199 in restitution.
Corey Beale, 20, of Carroll, pleaded guilty to driving after suspension and was given a $335 in fines.
Drew Donabedian, 31, of Conway, has been indicted on charges of theft, burglary, criminal trespass and criminal mischief.
Fred Gurley, 39, of Tamworth, was indicted on charges of burglary and theft.
A charge of driving after revocation or suspension against Abdullah Ucar, 23, of Buffalo, N.Y., was dropped.
Charges against George White, 55, of Conway, of driving after revocation or suspension and driver's license prohibitions were dropped.
James Noyes, 43, of Berlin, pleaded not guilty to violation of a domestic violence order, and the complaint will be placed on file without finding pending one year of good behavior starting June 10.
Amanda Holloway, 27, of Conway, pleaded guilty to willful concealment and was sentenced to 30 days in jail with all but three days suspended pending one year of good behavior. Holloway pleaded not guilty to assault and the case was placed on file without finding for one year.
A bail-jumping charge against William Mason, 61, of Conway, was dropped. A charge of criminal trespass was also dropped.
Kate Putnam, 34, of Contoocook, pleaded not guilty to reckless driving, and the charge was placed on file without finding pending one year of good behavior.
Christopher Piper, 29, of Madison, pleaded guilty to simple assault and was given a one-year jail sentence that was suspended pending one year of good behavior and a substance abuse and anger management evaluation. Piper also pleaded guilty to violation of a protective order, and the sentence runs concurrent with the other sentence.
Ryan Britland, 20, of Conway, pleaded not guilty to unlawful possession of alcohol, and the complaint will be placed on file without finding until he turns 21 on the condition he commits no other serious motor vehicle or alcohol related violations.
A simple-assault charge against Cynthia Cochran, 44, of Conway, was dropped.
Edgardo Lozano, 42, of Denmark, Maine, pleaded no contest to bail jumping and was given a $310 fine that was suspended for one year pending good behavior. Charge of driver's license prohibitions and driving after revocation or suspension were dropped.
Stephanie Lacasse, 21, of Berlin, pleaded not guilty to possession of a controlled drug, and the complaint will be placed on file without finding pending a year of good behavior and completion of a diversion program.
Aaron Labonville, 27, of Gorham, pleaded not guilty to possession of a controlled drug, and the complaint will be placed on file for one year pending a year of good behavior and completion of an alternative sentencing program.
Matthew Costa, 19, of Berlin, pleaded not guilty to possession of a controlled drug, and the charge will be placed on file for one year pending good behavior and the completion of an alternative sentencing program.
Nathaniel Vincent, 19, of Intervale, pleaded not guilty to possession of a controlled drug, and the complaint will be placed on file without finding for 12 months pending good behavior and the completion of an alternative sentencing program.
Amanda Ryan, 18, of Bartlett, pleaded not guilty to possession of controlled drug, and the charge was placed on file without finding for 12 months pending good behavior and completion of an alternative sentencing program.
Jason Hale, 44, of Manchester, pleaded not guilty to possession of a controlled drug, and the complaint was placed on file without finding for 12 months pending good behavior, participation in mental health and substance abuse programs.
Steven Reynoso, 21, of Methuen, Mass., pleaded not guilty to driving after revocation or suspension, and the complaint was placed on file without finding pending six months of good behavior.
Norman Sirois Jr., 49, of Dighton, Mass., pleaded not guilty to possession of a controlled drug, and the complaint was placed on file without finding pending six months of good behavior.
A charge of operating without a valid license against Michael Collins, 44, of Silver Lake, was dropped.
A charge against Josef Sveda, 33, of Fryeburg, of driving after revocation or suspension was dropped.
Daniel Bouzoun, 34, of Conway, pleaded not guilty to operating without a valid license, and the complaint was placed on file without finding pending one year of good behavior.
Mark Rundzio, 63, of Berlin, pleaded not guilty to criminal trespass, and the complaint was placed on file without finding pending three months of good behavior.
Thomas Cossette, 38, of North Conway, pleaded guilty to negligently failing to register as a sexual offender and was sentenced to a year in jail with all but 15 days suspended pending one year of good behavior.
Irving Day, 34, of Conway, had charges of burglary and attempted burglary bound over to Carroll County Superior Court.
Matilda Cosimati, 42, of Conway, pleaded guilty to resisting arrest or detention and she was given a 12-month jail sentence with all but 70 days suspended pending one year of good behavior and participation in Alcoholics Anonymous. A charge of disorderly conduct was placed on file without finding pending one year of good behavior and participation in AA.
Roxann Cook, 25, of Rumford, Maine, pleaded guilty to driving after revocation or suspension and was fined $310 and the fine was suspended for one year pending good behavior.
Allen Goding, 26, of Conway, pleaded guilty to criminal mischief and was fined $310. The fine was suspended for one year pending good behavior.
Corey Lyons, 24, of Conway, was extradited on a charge of fugitive from justice.
Charges against Phillip Martin, 53, of Conway, of simple assault and criminal trespass were dropped.
A bench warrant was issued for Amy Lane, 33, of Sandwich after she failed to appear in court on a charge of theft.
Jeffrey Drew, 26, of Albany, pleaded not guilty to theft, but did not appear in court and a bench warrant was issued.
William Hill, 62, of Conway, pleaded guilty to aggravated driving while intoxicated and was fined $930 and was sentenced to 17 days in jail, with all but five suspended for two years. His driver's license was suspended for 18 months.
Dustin Duquette, 42, of Conway, pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated and was given $620 in fines, was referred to an impaired driver program, and his license was suspended for nine months although he can petition to get it back after six.
Jamie Tibbetts, 20, of Brownfield, Maine, pleaded guilty to unlawful possession of alcohol and was fined $372.
Andrew Gray, 19, of North Conway, pleaded guilty to unlawful possession of alcohol and was fined $372.
A complaint of willful concealment against Casey Paul, 27, of Fall River, Mass., was placed on file without finding pending good behavior and a $3.94 restitution payment.
Jennifer Julian, 44, of North Conway, pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated subsequent offense and driving after revocation or suspension. She was sentenced to a total of 12 days in jail with suspended jail time pending good behavior for a year. Her driver's license was revoked for four years. Julian pleaded guilty to false report to law enforcement and was fined $300 and the fine was paid with time served. Julian pleaded guilty to operating after suspension and was fined $300, which she paid with time served.
A bench warrant was issued for Christopher Eaton, 34, of South Portland, Maine, on charges of driving after revocation or suspension and possession of controlled drugs.
A charge against Peter Donahue, 38, of Ossipee, of falsifying physical evidence was dropped.
A bench warrant for Larisa Harmon, 28, of Cornish, Maine, was issued for allegedly failing to appear in court on charges of willful concealment and bail jumping.
A charge against Richard Chavez, 59, of Conway, of criminal threatening was placed on file without finding pending one year of good behavior, an anger management evaluation and no contact with the victims.
 
The following cases are from the Third Circuit Court in Conway for the week of May 26, 2014:
A felony-level aggravated felonious sexual assault fondling complaint against Ryan Brooks, 42, of North Conway, was bound over to superior complaint after Brooks waived a probable cause hearing. He was released on $5,000 personal recognizance bail.
A vandalism complaint against Deborah A. Taylor, 50, was placed on file without finding provided one year good behavior.
William A. Desmarais, 32, of Conway, was sentenced to 15 days in jail after he pleaded guilty, in a negotiated plea, to violation of a protective order. His jail sentence was suspended provided one year good behavior. Complaints of resisting arrest and vandalism were placed on file without finding provided one year good behavior.
A bench warrant was issued for the arrest of Brian M. Nawazelski, 36, of Madison, after he failed to appear to a hearing connected to a criminal mischief complaint. Bail was set at $525 cash.
Edwin Dunagan, 27, of Worcester, Mass., was fined $500 and his license was suspended for nine months after he pleaded guilty, in a negotiated plea, to driving while intoxicated.
A bench warrant was issued for the arrest of Sean Carney, 24, of Freedom, after he failed to appear to face complaints of driving after suspension and driver's license prohibitions.
A bench warrant was issued for the arrest of Nicole K. McKinnon, 28, of Conway, after she failed to appear to a hearing connected to a shoplifting conviction. Bail was set at $667.61 cash.
A bench warrant was issued for the arrest of Kevin J. Gilmore, 25, of Albany, after he failed to appear to a hearing connected to a vandalism complaint.
A shoplifting complaint against Diane Shamp, 50, of Bartlett, was placed on file without finding provided one year good behavior and payment of $14.97 restitution.
A shoplifting complaint against Judith R. Romanski, 63, of Center Conway, was placed on file without finding provided one year good behavior and payment of $44.70 restitution.
Dawn M. Wallace, 41, of Redstone, was fined $250 after pleading guilty to negligent operation.
Brendon M. Lane, 19, of Conway, was sentenced to four months in jail after he was found guilty of three violation of probation complaints.
 
The following cases are from the Third Circuit Court in Conway for the weeks of May 12 and May 23, 2014:
Sheila Petrowski, 33, of Jamaica Plain, Mass., was fined $350 after she pled no contest to marijuana possession.
Ashley E. Charles, 23, of Stow, Maine, was fined $250 after she pled no contest to driving after suspension.
Melissa Schwartz, 30, of Tamworth, was fined $350 and ordered to pay $7.50 restitution after she pled guilty to shoplifting in a negotiated plea.
Elizabeth S. Sloane, 27, of Tamworth, was fined $350 and ordered to pay $5.24 restitution after she pled guilty to shoplifting in a negotiated plea.
Ian Wellinghurst, 22, of Fryeburg, was fined $1,000 and his license was suspended for 60 days after he pled no contest to reckless operation. A disobeying an officer complaint was placed on file without finding provided one year good behavior.
Felony-level complaints against Kayla M. Warren, 24, of Conway, for receiving stolen property and theft by deception were bound over to superior court following indictment. Bail was set at $5,000 cash or bond.
Kathleen Woitko, 50, of Stowe, Maine, was fined $1,100, ordered to pay $12.37 restitution and sentenced to 30 days in jail after she pled guilty to shoplifting, bail jumping, driving after suspension and falsifying a prescription in a negotiated plea. Her fine and jail time was suspended provided one year good behavior. Woitko was also fined $750, sentenced to 17 days in jail and her license was suspended for 18 months after she pled guilty to aggravated driving under the influence of alcohol. 12 days of her jail sentence were suspended. A driving after suspension complaint was placed on file without finding provided one year good behavior.
Henry Spurlock, 33, of North Conway, was fined $500 after he pled guilty to criminal threatening in a negotiated plea. His fine was suspended provided one year good behavior and additional conditions. A second criminal threatening complaint was placed on file without finding provided one year good behavior.
A speeding complaint against Erin Magnussen, 23, of Freedom, was placed on file without finding provided one year good behavior and additional conditions.
Tyler J. Dewees, 20, of Center Conway, was found not guilty of unlawful possession of alcohol.
Kayla S. Backman, 17, of North Conway, was sentenced to 90 days in jail after she pled guilty to simple assault of a police officer. Her jail sentence was suspended provided one year good behavior and additional conditions. A resisting arrest complaint was placed on file without finding provided one year good behavior.
A driving after revocation complaint against Terry A. Smith, 55, of North Conway, was dismissed.
 

The following cases are from the Third Circuit Court in Conway for the week of May 12, 2014:

A bench warrant was issued for the arrest of Brenden Wakefield, 20, of Conway, after he failed to appear to face an unlawful possession of alcohol complaint.
A bench warrant was issued for the arrest of Zachary Sutton, 22, of Madison, after he failed to appear to face a marijuana possession complaint.
Amanda Mudgett, 34, of Tamworth, was fined $100 after she pled no contest to a duty of parent to compel their child to attend school complaint in a negotiated plea. A second duty of parent to compel their child to attend school complaint was placed on file without finding provided one year good behavior.
Gregg Reeves Jr., 27, of Albany, was fined $500 and his license was suspended for 60 days after he pled guilty to reckless driving in a negotiated plea. Complaints for marijuana possession and failure to obey a traffic light were placed on file without finding provided one year good behavior.
Douglas D. Porrell, 43, of Brighton, Mass., was fined $83.33 after he pled guilty to following too closely. A marijuana possession complaint was dropped.
Frederick C. Hartwell, 60, of Bartlett, was fined $500 and his license was suspended for nine months after he pled guilty to driving while intoxicated.

The following cases are from the Third Circuit Court in Conway for the weeks of Apr. 21, 28 and May 5, 2014:

Timothy J. Reed, 53, of Albany, was sentenced to seven days in jail and his license was suspended for one year after he pled guilty to driving after DWI suspension.
Michelle T. Sutton, 39, of Conway, was fined $300 after she pled guilty to driving with a suspended registration and drivers license prohibitions in a negotiated plea. $250 of the fine was suspended provided one year good behavior, as were complaints for driving after suspension and failure to obey inspection requirements.
Derek Walker, 34, of West Paris, Maine, was fined $750, sentenced to 180 days in jail and his license was revoked after he pled guilty to driving while intoxicate in a negotiated plea. All but 30 days of his jail sentence were suspended.
A driving after revocation or suspension complaint against James P. Backman, 49, of Raymond, Maine, was dropped.
Brittany S. Smith, 25, of Stow, Maine, was fined $250 after she pled guilty to driving after suspension. The fine was suspended provided one year good behavior, and a conduct after an accident complaint was dropped.
Harold L. Bedard, 40, of North Conway, was fined $250 after he pled guilty to driving after suspension. The fine was suspended provided one year good behavior, and a marijuana possession complaint was dropped.
Samuel Davis, 32, of Plainfield, Conn., was fined $250 after he pled guilty to driving after suspension. The fine was suspended provided one year good behavior, and a transporting alcohol complaint was dropped.
Michelle Dame, 42, of Freedom, was fined $500 after she pled guilty to driving after suspension. Complaints for failure or misuse of plates and drivers license prohibitions were dropped.
Mark Roberts, 46, of Conway, was fined $500 and his license was suspended for nine months after he pled guilty to driving while intoxicated in a negotiated plea.
Debra A. Harmon, 49, of Intervale, was fined $1,000 and her license was suspended for 60 days after she pled no contest to reckless operation. A conduct after an accident complaint was placed on file without finding provided one year good behavior. A driving while intoxicated complaint was dropped.
Paul G. Coleman, 57, of Silver Lake, was fined $500 and his license was revoked for nine months after he was found guilty of driving under the influence of drugs.
John Harris, 22, of North Conway, was sentenced to 30 days in jail after he pled no contest to simple assault in a negotiated plea. The jail sentence was placed on file without finding provided one year good behavior and additional conditions.
A driving while intoxicated complaint against Philip J. Murphy, 54, of Conway, was dismissed.
Isaac White, 21, of Fryeburg, was fined $500 after he pled guilty to criminal mischief in a negotiated plea. His fine was suspended provided payment of $2,000 restitution.
Jennifer M. Broder, 41, of North Conway, was found guilty of resisting arrest and simple assault. Her sentencing hearing is scheduled for July.
Complaints against Braden L. Hawley, 31, of Brownfield, for escape, two counts of resisting arrest and simple assault were bound over to superior court following his indictment. Bail was set at $2,500 cash or $5,000 bond.
Three felony-level drug possession complaints against Robert J. Burnell, 28, of Brownfield, Maine, were bound over to superior court following probable cause hearings. He was release on $1,000 cash bail.
A bench warrant was issued for the arrest of Kayla M. Warren, 24, of Conway, after she failed to appear to face complaints for theft by deception and receiving stolen property. Bail was set at $5,000 cash.
A shoplifting complaint against Michael Z. Wronski, 64, of Taunton, Mass., was placed on file without finding provided one year good behavior and payment of $41.70 restitution.
A criminal mischief complaint against Brandon Corliss, 20, of Redstone, was dropped.
A criminal mischief complaint against Michelle L. Putnam, 34, of East Conway, was dropped.
Two violation of protective order complaints against Anthony Soriente, 44, of Conway, were dropped.
Terry Oleary-Thornton, 37, of Groveton, was fined $250 after she pled guilty to driving after suspension. Her fine was suspended provided one year good behavior, and a drivers license prohibitions complaint was placed on file provided one year good behavior.
Larry C. Blaney, 57, of Conway, was fined $500 after he pled guilty to disorderly conduct in a negotiated plea. $250 of his fine was suspended provided one year good behavior. A criminal threatening complaint was placed on file without finding provided one year good behavior.
Matilda Cosimati, 42, of North Conway, was sentenced to one year in jail and given one year probation after she pled guilty to resisting arrest, two counts of violation of a protective order and simple assault in a negotiated plea. All but 26 days of the sentence was suspended provided two years good behavior and additional conditions. Complaints for resisting arrest, two counts of violation of a protective order and breach of bail were placed on file without finding provided one year good behavior.

 

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