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Wayne J. Poirier, 29, of Key Road, Keene, N.H. Charge of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, by Montague Police. Released on personal recognizance. Pretrial conference set for Nov. 8.

Michael J. Peters, 44, of North Street, Belchertown. Charges of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration and uninsured motor vehicle, by Sunderland Police. Released on personal recognizance. Pretrial conference set for Nov. 8.

Eric S. Poirier, 48, of Walnut Street, Winchendon. Charges of no inspection sticker and operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, by Northfield Police. Released on personal recognizance. Pretrial conference set for Feb. 7, 2020.

Brandyn K. Martinez, 23, of Federal Street. Greenfield. Charges of leaving the scene of property damage, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, a marked lanes violation, number plate violation to conceal identification, no inspection sticker, unregistered motor vehicle and uninsured motor vehicle, by Greenfield Police. Released on personal recognizance. Pretrial conference set for Oct. 3. The counsel fee of $150 must be paid.

Katrina G. Demanche-Pento, 21, of Dexter Street, Orange. Charged with assault and battery on a family/household member. The defendant was placed on pretrial probation until Feb. 7, 2020, with special conditions to complete anger management.

Will C. Scott, 29, of Stone Road, Orange. Charged with larceny under $1,200. The defendant plead guilty and was fined $100.

James E. Trowbridge, 38, homeless, of West Lebanon, N.H. Charges of unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, license not in possession and possession of a Class B drug, in Greenfield by State Police from the Shelburne barracks. Released on personal recognizance, with the potential of bail revocation. Pretrial conference set for Oct. 7. The counsel fee of $150 must be paid.

Paul J. Pettway, 28, of Putnam Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y. Charge of unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, in Greenfield by State Police from the Shelburne barracks. Fined $100. Charge of a number plate violation was dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth.

Jacob C. Thompson, 18, of Bog Road, Enfield, N.H. Charged with assault, malicious destruction of property less than $1,200, assault and battery on a disabled person 60 years or older and carrying a dangerous weapon. Arraigned and held. Released on personal recognizance with special conditions to stay away from the victim and undergo a mental health evaluation and follow-up. Pretrial hearing set for Oct. 13.

Gary H. Moise, 68, of Mayo Road, Orange. Charged with larceny over the amount of $1,200 and intimidating a witness/juror/police/court official. Count 1 had sufficient facts found but was continued without a finding until Aug. 11, 2020, with special conditions to write a letter of apology and travel restrictions. Count 2 was dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth.

Ryan A. Parent, 30, of Hinsdale, N.H. Charged with assault and battery on a family/household member. Arraigned and held. Released on personal recognizance. Pretrial hearing set for Oct. 7.

Morgan P. Mead, 56, of Old Stage Road, Wendell. Charged with trespassing. Arraigned and held. Decriminalized with a $100 fine.

James Thornely, 72, of Wendell. Charged with trespassing. Arraigned and held. Decriminalized with a $100 fine.

Luis A. Rivera Jr., 39, of Lewis Street, Athol. Charged with assault with a dangerous weapon, large capacity of firearms in the vehicle and two counts of improper large-capacity firearms near a minor. Arraigned and held. Released on $1,000 bail with special conditions to surrender LTC to Athol Police Department. Pretrial hearing set for Oct. 10.

Keysha Simonetta, 23, of Lincoln Street, Leominster. Charged with shoplifting by asportation. Arraigned and held. Released on personal recognizance. Dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth with a $50 fine.

Jeffrey Carignan, 24, of Kyle Drive, Templeton. Charged with shoplifting by asportation. Arraigned and held. Dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth with a $50 fine.

Justin J. Judge, 28, of Beacon Street, Athol. Charged with operating a motor vehicle while license was suspended for OUI and possession of a Class E drug. Arraigned and held. Released on personal recognizance, with special conditions of no driving until the Registry of Motor Vehicles restores his license. Pretrial hearing set for Oct. 7.

Henry A. Helie, 51, of Avenue A, Turners Falls. Charged with a marked lanes violation, OUI-liquor, OUI-drugs, negligent operation of a motor vehicle and possession of an open container of alcohol in the motor vehicle. Arraigned and held. Released on personal recognizance. Pretrial hearing set for Oct. 4.

Eric D. Peterson, 43, of Prospect Street, Athol. Charged with disturbing the peace. Arraigned and held. Released on personal recognizance. Dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth with a $100 fee.

Meili C. Lewis, 29, of Pequoig Avenue, Athol. Charged with assault and battery on a family/household member and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. Arraigned and held. Released on personal recognizance. Pretrial hearing set for Sept. 16.

James R. Damon, 63, of Marshall Street, Turners Falls. Charge of assault and battery, by Deerfield Police. Admission to sufficient facts accepted and sufficient facts found, but continued without a finding until Feb. 13, 2020, with victim witness assessment of $50, mental health evaluation and treatment, and must have no contact with and stay 100 yards away from the victim. The probation supervision fee of $65 will continue monthly as needed.

Belal M. Ansari, 32, of Oleander Street, West Springfield. Charge of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, by Deerfield Police. Plead guilty and found guilty. Fined $100. Found not responsible on a charge of no inspection sticker.

Ryan W. Barcomb, 26, of Church Street, of Hinsdale, N.H. Charges of state highway traffic violation, a marked lanes violation and OUI-liquor over .08 percent, in Greenfield by State Police from the Shelburne barracks. Released on personal recognizance, with mental health evaluation and treatment. Pretrial conference set for Oct. 3. The counsel fee was waived.

Jenna I. Strong-Lawson, 22, of Morse Place, Rutland, Vt. Charge of possession with intent to distribute a Class A drug, and conspiracy to violate the drug law, in Bernardston by State Police from the Shelburne barracks. Bail set at $250 cash. Pretrial conference set for Oct. 9. The counsel fee of $150 must be paid.

Victoria Gibson, 38, of Bray Road, Buckland. Charge of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, by Shelburne Police. Court costs $50 were dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth.

Michael G. Molloy, 24, of Silver Street, Greenfield. Charge of OUI-liquor over .08 percent and a marked lanes violation, in Greenfield by State Police from the Shelburne barracks. Admission to sufficient facts accepted and sufficient facts found, but continued without a finding until Aug. 13, 2020, with 45 days loss of license, OUI fee of $250, OUI victims assessment of $50, head injury assessment of $250, victim witness assessment of $50 and completion of the Driver Alcohol Education Program. Found not responsible on a charge of a marked lanes violation. The probation supervision fee of $65 will continue monthly as needed.

Thomas R. Dube, 30, of Valley Street, Springfield. Charge of negligent operation of a motor vehicle, in Greenfield by State Police from the Shelburne barracks. Admission to sufficient facts accepted and sufficient facts found, but continued without a finding until Feb. 14, 2020, with the victim witness assessment of $50, and must attend and complete the safe driver course. The counsel fee of $150 and the counsel contribution of $50 must be paid. The probation supervision fee was waived.

Mathew A. Cronk, 36, of K Street, Turners Falls. Charges of operating a motor vehicle with license suspended for OUI and possession of an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle, in Bernardston by State Police from the Shelburne barracks. Released on personal recognizance, with the potential of bail revocation. Pretrial conference set for Oct. 3. The counsel fee was waived.

Thomas D. Lamere, 50, of Stillwater Road, South Deerfield. Charge of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, subsequent offense, by Deerfield Police. Court cost of $50 was dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth.

David J. Lopez, 29, of Aster Court, Greenfield. Charge of uninsured motor vehicle, by Greenfield Police. Court cost of $50 was dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth. Charge of a number plate violation to conceal identification was dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth.

Christine Holmes, 56, of Harrison Avenue, Greenfield. Charge of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, in Ashfield by State Police from the Shelburne barracks, was dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth. Found not responsible on a charge of driving at a rate of speed exceeding the posted limit.

Jillian B. Andrew, 55, of Brown Avenue, Holyoke. Charge of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, by Bernardston Police. Court cost of $50 was dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth.

Seth Morrison, 34, of Hope Street, Greenfield. Charge of unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, by Deerfield Police. Court cost of $50 was dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth. Found not responsible on charges of no inspection sticker and speeding in violation of special regulations.

Danyka K. Jacobs, 29, of Mary Street, Springfield. Charge of driving at a rate of speed exceeding the posted limit, in Bernardston by State Police from the Shelburne barracks. Fined $100. Found not responsible on charges of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration, uninsured a motor vehicle and unregistered motor vehicle.

Victor H. Ramos, 31, of Governor Street, Springfield. Charge of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, by Sunderland Police. Court cost of $100 was dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth. Found not responsible on a charge of driving at a rate of speed exceeding the posted limit.

Victor H. Ramos, 31, of L Street, Turners Falls. Charge of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, in Deerfield by State Police from the Shelburne barracks. Court cost of $100 was dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth. Found not responsible on a charge of no inspection sticker.

Mark B. Ledoux, 37, of Crescent Lane, South Hadley. Charge of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, in Deerfield by State Police from the Shelburne barracks. Court cost of $50 was dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth. Found not responsible on a charge of no inspection sticker.

Richard M. Scott, 33, of Leyden Road, Greenfield. Charge of threatening to commit a crime, by Greenfield Police. Admission to sufficient facts accepted and sufficient facts found, but continued without a finding until Feb. 14, 2020, with victim witness assessment of $50, mental health evaluation and treatment, and substance abuse evaluation and treatment. On a charge of criminal harassment, admission to sufficient facts accepted and sufficient facts found, but continued without a finding until May 15, 2020. Charge of vandalizing property was dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth. The counsel fee was changed to 16 hours of community service. The probation supervision fee of $65 will continue monthly as needed.

Melissa J. Mitchell, “aka” Melissa Abbott, 39, Laurel Lane, Montague. Charge of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, by Conway Police. Court cost of $50 was dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth. Found not responsible on a charge of driving at a rate of speed exceeding the posted limit.

Emily Barber, 42, of Davis Street, Greenfield. Charge of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, by Greenfield Police. Court cost of $50 was dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth.

Jamie L. Tierney, “aka” Jamie Ahadon, 34, of Federal Street, Greenfield. Charges of uninsured motor vehicle and unregistered motor vehicle, in Montague by State Police from the Shelburne barracks. Released on personal recognizance. Pretrial conference set for Sept. 5.

Kevin M. Dennehey, 55, of Lawton Drive, Brattleboro, Vt. Charges of unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, uninsured motor vehicle and a motor vehicle lights violation, by Greenfield Police. Released on personal recognizance. Pretrial conference set for Sept. 20.

Brian W. Brownel, 31, of 2nd Street, Turners Falls. Charge of negligent operation of a motor vehicle, in Hawley by State Police from the Shelburne barracks. Must complete the Brains At Risk program. The defendant was placed on pretrial probation until Feb. 14, 2020. Found not responsible on a charge of driving at a rate of speed exceeding the posted limit.

Terrence L. Shufelt Jr., 43, of Cheney Street, Orange. Charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Arraigned and a warrant was issued.

Patric A. Croke, 25, of Citizens Way, Keene, N.H. Charge of shoplifting by concealing merchandise was dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth.

Henry A. Delrosario-Lopez, 29, of Main Street, Athol. Charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, subsequent offense. Arraigned and held. Released on personal recognizance. Pretrial hearing set for Oct. 15.

Emily Cunha, 30, of Briggs Street, Orange. Charged with no inspection sticker, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and failure to notify the Registry of Motor Vehicles of a name/address change. Arraigned and held. Found not responsible on Count 1 and Count 3. Count 2 was dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth.

Wilangelys Reyes, 27, of East Main Street, Orange. Charged with negligent operation of a motor vehicle and a marked lanes violation. Arraigned and held. Released on personal recognizance. Pretrial hearing set for Oct. 25.

Priscilla A. Lynch, 67, of South Shirkshire Road, Conway. Charged with trespassing. Arraigned and held. Decriminalized. A status review is set for Sept. 30.

Miriam Kurland, 64, of East Street, Goshen. Charged with trespassing. Arraigned and held. Found responsible, but was decriminalized with a $100 fine.

Dennis P. Carr, 64, of Berkshire Trail, Cummington. Charged with trespassing. Arraigned and held. Found responsible, but was decriminalized with a $100 fine.

Erik W. Burcroff, 59, of Mountain Street, Plainfield. Charged with trespassing. Arraigned and held. Decriminalized. A status review is set for Sept. 30.

Joseph Martinez, 23, of Cottage Street, Athol. Charged with two counts of assault and battery on a household/family member, vandalizing property and violating an abuse prevention order. Arraigned and warrant was removed. Released on personal recognizance. Pretrial hearing set for Oct. 25.

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