Court news week of Sept. 19

CONWAY — The following cases were heard in Conway's Circuit Court recently:

• Marguerite Tynan, 30, of Brownfield, Maine had a charge of possession of heroin bound over to Carroll County Superior Court.

• Debbie Bethoney, 55, of Fryeburg, Maine, pleaded not guilty to charges of simple assault, criminal threatening and resisting arrest, and was given a trial date of Dec. 13 in Conway's circuit court. She waived probable cause on a simple assault charge with a possible two-to-five-year extended incarceration term.

• Robert Cornila, 47, of Conway pleaded guilty to criminal mischief and was given a 30-day jail sentence that was suspended for one year. A restitution amount has yet to be determined. A charge of conduct after an accident was placed on file without finding for one year.

• Michael Nelson, 31, of Conway had a charge of possession of controlled/narcotic drug fentanyl bound over to Carroll County Superior Court in Ossipee. A trial date for a charge of driving after revocation or suspension has been set for Dec. 13.

• Jason Cotton, 45, of Conway had a charge of conspiracy to commit sale of controlled/narcotic drugs heroin bound over to Carroll County Superior Court in Ossipee.

• Jodi Willoughby, 42, of Stow, Maine, pleaded guilty to criminal threatening and was given a fine $310, which was suspended for one year pending good behavior. She was also given a year long jail sentence that was suspended for one year.

• Neil Ellis, 32, of Brimfield, Mass., pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana and was fined $434.

• Jared Barrows, 25, of West Wareham pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana and was fined $434.

• Richard Adkins, 47, of West Haven, Conn., pleaded guilty to driving without giving proof of financial responsibility and was given a $620 fine with all but $310 suspended for one year. A charge of driving after revocation or suspension was placed on file without finding for one year.

• Chadwick Frost, 30, of Albany pleaded guilty to driving after revocation or suspension and was fined $620.

• Aaron Baker, 35, of Conway pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated and was fined $620 and his driver's license revoked for nine months. He was referred to an impaired driver program. He may petition for early reinstatement.

• Paul Smith, 23, of Conway pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit theft and and was fined $310. He was given a 30-day jail sentence that was suspended for one year.

• Yulia Penzina, 29, of Conway pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated and was fined $620 and her driver's license revoked for nine months. She was referred to an impaired driver program. She may petition for early reinstatement.

• Ian Olson, 22, of Albany pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and was fined $310.

• Tarah-Lynn Doliber, 25, of Conway pleaded guilty to driving after revocation or suspension and was given a $1,240 fine, which was suspended for one year pending good behavior. She was sentenced to a year in jail that was suspended for one year.

• Gregg Reeves, 29, of Albany had charges of felon in possession of a dangerous weapon and receiving stolen property bound over to Carroll County Superior Court in Ossipee.

• Stephen Tremblay, 43, of Jackson pleaded guilty to simple assault and was given a yearlong jail sentence that was suspended for one year pending good behavior and no contact with the victim or her family.

• Nathan Arnold, 19, of Madison had one charge of driving after revocation or suspension placed on file without finding for one year pending good behavior.

• Jonathan Ryan, 27, of Effingham pleaded guilty to theft and was given a 90-day jail sentence, which was suspended for one year pending good behavior.

• Glen Mitchell, 63, of Intervale pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana and was fined $620 and given a 30-day jail sentence. Both the fine and the jail time were suspended for one year pending good behavior.

• Daryl Davis, 29, of Waterford, Maine, had a charge of possession of marijuana placed on file without finding for six months pending good behavior and completion of an online marijuana program.

Court news week of Sept. 5

CONWAY – The following cases were heard in Conway's Circuit Court recently:

• A bench warrant was issued for Joseph Fall, 35, of Conwayfor not appearing on court regarding a charge of driving after revocation or suspension.

• Mackenzie French, 23, of Conwayhad a charge of conspiracy to commit sale of controlled/narcotic drug (purchasing heroin) bound over to Carroll County Superior Court in Ossipee. Trial for a charge of endangering the welfare of a child was scheduled for Dec. 13.

• Bench warrants were issued for Susan Sullivan, 36, of Conway for not appearing in court regarding a charge of driving after revocation or suspension.

• Samantha Hafford, 23, of Conway had a charge of bail jumping placed on file without finding for one year pending good behavior. Hafford pleaded guilty to theft and was given a $434 fine that was suspended for one year pending good behavior. She was ordered to pay $2.78 in restitution.

• Eric Lewis, 28, of Gilford pleaded guilty to negligent driving and was fined $310.

• Christopher Nelson, 38, of Conway pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated and was fined $620 and his driver's license was revoked for nine months. He may petition for early reinstatement. He was referred to an impaired driver program.

• John Briand, 50, of Conway was found guilty of disorderly conduct and was fined $124.

• Daniel Morrill, 30, of Conway pleaded guilty to reckless conduct and was given $1,860 in fines with all but $645 suspended for one year pending good behavior.

• Aurelio Pires, 44, of Milford, Mass., pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and was fined $620.

• Dan Belcik, 24, of Bartlett pleaded guilty to disobeying an officer and was fined $620 and was given a 30 day jail sentence that was suspended for one year pending good behavior.

• Nicholas Adjutant, 22, of Rochester pleaded guilty to criminal trespass and was fined $620 with all but $124 suspended for one year pending good behavior.

• A bench warrant was issued for Ayman Halaseth, 37, of Somerville, Mass., for not appearing in court regarding a charge of driving after revocation or suspension.

• Lisa Pettis, 27, of Conway pleaded guilty to theft and was fined $434.

• Elizabeth Macut, 63, of Conway pleaded no contest to theft and was fined $434.

• Frederick Atwood, 44, of Conway pleaded guilty to marijuana and was fined $434.

• George Adams, 28, of Conway had charges of criminal trespass and carrying or selling weapons (possession of metal knuckles) placed on file without finding. He pleaded guilty to a second charge of carrying weapons (an illegal metal knuckle knife) and was fined $620.

• Colin Foster, 20, of Conway pleaded guilty to transportation of alcohol by a minor and was fined $186.

• Christopher Bellen, 27, of Conway pleaded guilty to receiving stolen property and was given a $434 fine that was suspended for one year pending good behavior.

• Jared Gardner, 27, of Conway had a charge of theft placed on file without finding for one year pending good behavior.

• Glenn Doe, 53, of Conway had charges of kidnapping, criminal restraint and reckless conduct bound over to Carroll County Superior Court in Ossipee.

• Margaret McLlarky, 42, of Conway had a charge of possession of methamphetamine bound over to Carroll County Superior Court in Ossipee.

 

Court news week of Aug. 8

CONWAY – The following cases were heard in Conway's circuit court recently:

• A bench warrant was issued for Christopher Bellen, 27, of Conway for not appearing in court.

• A bench warrant was issued for Ashlie Hersom, 29, of Conway for not appearing in court.

• A bench warrant was issued for Darrion Daye, 23, of West Baldwin, Maine, for not appearing in court.

• Julia Pandora, 24, of Fryeburg, Maine, was indicted in Carroll County Superior Court on a charge of forgery. She is scheduled to go trial in circuit court on a theft charge on Nov. 29.

• Sherri Graham, 51, of Conway, pleaded not guilty to disobeying a police officer and is scheduled to go to trial in circuit court on Nov. 29. She was indicted in Carroll County Superior Court on a charge of driving after having been deemed a habitual offender.

• David Collins, 28, of no fixed address, had a charge of possession of controlled drugs heroin bound over to Carroll County Superior Court in Ossipee. A trial on charges of possession of drug paraphernalia and driving after suspension was scheduled for Nov. 29.

Court news week of Aug. 15

CONWAY – The following cases were heard in Carroll County Circuit Court recently:

• A bench warrant was issued for Sergio Juarez, 23, of Chatanooga, Tenn., for not appearing in court regarding a charge of driving after revocation or suspension.

• A bench warrant was issued for Derek Grenier, 20, of Conway for not appearing in court regarding a charge of conspiracy to commit burglary.

• A bench warrant was issued for Sebastian Castro Mejia, 28, of Conway for not appearing in court regarding charges of driving while intoxicated and driving without a valid license.

• Derek Graziano, 44, of Conway had charges of domestic violence simple assault and two counts of criminal mischief placed on file without finding pending one year of good behavior.

• A bench warrant was issued for Casey Butler, 31, of Conway for not appearing in court regarding a charge of theft.