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District Court Logs, Sept. 14 to 19, 2017


Wednesday, September 27, 2017
Greenfield, Sept. 14, Judge David S. Ross

Joel O. Humphries, 31, of Longmeadow. Found not guilty, following a jury trial, for operating under the influence of liquor or 0.08 percent in Buckland by state police.

Greenfield, Sept 15, Judge Paul Smyth

Brian Johnson, 26, of Belchertown. Charge of being the owner of, or the person in control of, a motor vehicle, did knowingly permit such vehicle to be operated by a person who was unlicensed or whose license had been suspended or revoked in Deerfield. To be dismissed on payment of $50 court costs.

Jesse A. Popkowski, 30, of Newton Street, Millers Falls. Found responsible for marked lanes violation in Gill by state police. Fined $105. Placed on pretrial probation until 12/15/17 for negligent operation of a motor vehicle.

Leslie A. Rivera, 25, of Springfield. Found responsible for possessing unlawful fireworks. Fined $50, and decriminalized, to wit, converted to a civil offense, and it was paid on this date.

Greenfield, Sept. 18, Judge William Mazanec III

Julia L. Williams, 39, of Graves Street, South Deerfield. Pleaded innocent to possessing a Class A drug, to wit, heroin in Greenfield. Released on personal recognizance. Continued to 11/1/17 for pretrial conference. Must pay legal counsel fee of $150, and $100 counsel contribution.

Kara J. Jacobsen, 43, of Dewolf Road, Montague. Pleaded innocent to assault and battery on family/household member. Released on personal recognizance. Must have no alcohol and subject to screens and testing two times a week. Continued to 10/30/17 for pretrial conference.

Walter H. Perry, 39, of Hatfield. Pleaded innocent to operating a motor vehicle with license suspended, subsequent offense, and no inspection sticker in Greenfield. Bail set at $200 cash or $2,000 surety. Continued to 10/5/17 for pretrial conference.

Joshua Dubois, 37, of wells Street, Greenfield. Pleaded innocent to vandalizing property. Released on personal recognizance. Continued to 11/1/17 for pretrial conference. Must pay legal counsel fee of $150 and $50 counsel contribution.

Mitchel J. MacConnell, 25, of Holland. Pleaded innocent to violation of an abuse prevention order in Greenfield. Bail set at $1,000 cash, by agreement. Must have no alcohol and subject to screens and testing, and must abide by any 209A restraining order in existence. Continued to 10/25/17 for pretrial conference.

Stephen J. Hosier, 22, of Conway Street, Greenfield. Pleaded innocent to violation of an abuse prevention order in Montague. Must stay 150 yards away from and have no contact with a named victim, and from a Third Street residence in Turners Falls. Continued to 10/11/17 for pretrial conference.

Stephen J. Hosier, 22, of Conway Street, Greenfield. Pleaded innocent to violation of an abuse prevention order in Montague, different date from previous case, with all conditions cited in previous case. Continued to 10/11/17 for pretrial conference. Must pay legal counsel fee of $150.

Kevin T. Greene, 26, of Saint Johnsbury, Vt. Pleaded innocent to possessing a Class A drug, to wit, heroin, possessing a Class B drug, to wit, cocaine, and conspiracy to violate drug laws, to wit, possession with the intent to distribute drugs in Bernardston by state police. Bail set at $300 cash, or $3,000 surety. Continued to 10/26/17 for pretrial conference. Must pay legal counsel fee of $150.

Samantha M. Boutell, 20, of Second Street, Turners Falls. Pleaded innocent to operating under the influence of liquor or 0.08 percent, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, and unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, in Greenfield. Released on personal recognizance. Must have no alcohol and subject to screens and testing. Continued to 11/1/17 for pretrial conference. Must pay legal counsel fee of $150.

Greenfield, Sept. 19, Judge William Mazanec III

Chance P. Powell, 26, of Winthrop Street, Millers Falls. Pleaded guilty to operating under the influence of liquor or 0.08 percent, second offense in Deerfield by state police. Placed on probation until 9/18/19, with two-year loss of license, and must have no driving until the Registry of Motor Vehicles reinstates the license. Fined $500, and $100 surfine, plus OUI victims assessment of $50, head-injury assessment of $250, and victim-witness assessment of $50. Must take and complete the 14-day inpatient alcohol education program, with $1,050 fee, and take any follow-up if recommended. Must have no alcohol and subject to screens and testing. Found not responsible for marked lanes violation, speeding, and possessing an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle. Must pay counsel fee of $150, or perform 16 hours of community service.