Court news week of Nov. 30 and Nov. 23

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

• Derek Therit, 22, of Conway pleaded guilty to bail jumping and was was sentenced to two days in jail but was given two days of pretrial confinement credit.

Court News week of June 15

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

• Deborah Taylor, 53, of Intervale pled guilty to driving while intoxicated. She was given $620, and her driver's license was revoked for nine months. She may petition to get her license back after three months if she completes an impaired driver program within 14 days.

Court News for June 8

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

• Casey Bartholomew-Fuller, 20, of Wolfeboro pled guilty to willful concealment and was fined $434 and ordered to pay $23.91 in restitution. A charge of receiving stolen property was placed on file without finding for one year pending good behavior.

• John Mercauto, 63, of Rockland, Mass., pled guilty to driving after revocation or suspension and was fine $310 and was ordered to pay $500 in restitution. A charge of conduct after an accident was placed on file without finding for one year pending good behavior.

• A bench warrant was issued for Richard Kirby, 21, of Everett, Mass., for failing to appear in court regarding a charge of driving after suspension.

• Alex Wheeler, 21, of Madison was indicted on Class-B felony criminal mischief, Class-A  misdemeanor criminal threatening and trespassing.

• Dawn Collins, 45, of Ossipee had a charge of willful concealment placed on file without finding one  year pending good behavior and $5 in restitution.  Collins pled guilty to willful concealment and was given a 30 day jail sentence that was suspended for one year pending good behavior and payment of $15 in restitution.

• Leighanne Cote-Thompson, 48, of Conway pled no contest to simple assault and was given a six month jail sentence that was suspended for one year pending good behavior and mental health counseling.

• Burton Tainter, 46, of Madison had charges of simple assault and criminal threatening  on file without finding for one year pending good behavior.  He pled guilty to two counts of criminal mischief and had a $500 fine suspended for one year pending good behavior and a $200 payment of restitution to the victim. He is to have no contact with the victim.

• Philip Beeler, 37, of Conway pled guilty to driving while intoxicated second offense and was fined $930 and he was given a 17-day jail sentence with all but five days suspended for two years. His driver's license was suspended for three years. After he gets his license back he must use an interlock device for a year. He pled guilty to driving after suspension and was given a $310 fine that was suspended for two years pending good behavior.

• A bench warrant was issued for Jody Jackson, 40, of Conway for failing to appear in court regarding charges of simple assault and criminal trespass.

• Joslynn Bunnell, 29, of Ossipee pled guilty to driving after suspension and was fined $310. A charge of driver's license prohibition was placed on file without finding for one year pending good behavior.

• William Chase, 55, of Bartlett pled guilty to driving while intoxicated and was fined $620. His driver's license was suspended for nine months, and he was referred to an impaired driver program.

• Elwood McLlarky, 33, of Conway pled guilty to driving without a license and was fined $155.

• Donald Moore, 31, of Conway pled guilty to willful concealment. He was fined $434 and ordered to pay $9.94 in restitution.

• Daniel O'Brien, 45, of Conway pled guilty to driving after suspension and was fined $310. He pled guilty to possession of marijuana and was fined $434 with $350 suspended for two years. He pled guilty to driving without giving proof and was fined $620 with $500 suspended for two years.

• Amoure Roland, 21, of Conway pled guilty to simple assault and was given a 30-jail sentence that was suspended for one year pending good behavior and anger management evaluation within 60 days.