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District Court Logs, April 3-5, 2018


Tuesday, April 10, 2018
Orange, April 3, Judge Bruce Melikian

William M. Schmick Jr., 61, of Jasmine Road, Orange. Pleaded guilty to operating under the influence of liquor or 0.08 percent, second offense, in Athol. Placed on probation until 4/2/19, with 45-day mandatory loss of license, plus OUI fee of $250, OUI victims assessment of $50, head-injury assessment of $250, and victim-witness assessment of $50. Must take and complete the driver alcohol education program, and pay the fee of $726.80. Found not responsible for possessing an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle, and marked lanes violation. Must pay probation supervision fee of $65 per month.

Bobbijo A. Cote, 39, of East River Street, Orange. Pleaded innocent to shoplifting at Walmart in Orange. Released on personal recognizance. Continued to 6/19/18 for pretrial conference.

Orange, April 4, Judge David S. Ross

Meaghan E. Hamel, 26, of Main Street, Athol. Pleaded innocent to assault and battery on family/household member. Released on personal recognizance. Inquiry made by the court under 276, Section 56A. A C276, Section 56A form was filed by the commonwealth. Allegation of abuse under Chapter 276, Section 56A was found. Continued to 5/14/18 for pretrial conference. Must pay counsel fee of $150, or perform 12 hours of community service, in lieu of regular 16 hours.

Rachael A. Dillenback, 24, of South Prospect Street, Millers Falls. Admitted to sufficient facts for intimidating a witness, juror, police, or court official. Sufficient facts found, but continued without a finding until 4/1/18, with victim-witness assessment of $90. Must have no drugs, and subject to screens, must stay 20 yards away from and have no contact with a named person, and home and work addresses, and must complete the Womenbouud program. Must pay legal counsel fee of $150. Must Pay $50 default warrant fee. Must pay $50 per month probation supervision fee, or perform four hours per month community service.

Michael Mattson, 25, of Beacon Street, Orange. Admitted to sufficient facts for vandalizing property, but continued without a finding until 4/1/19. Must have no drugs or alcohol, and subject to screens, and must continue with counseling and continue taking medications as prescribed, plus victim-witness assessment of $50. Admitted to sufficient facts for assault with a dangerous weapon, to wit, a coffee table. Sufficient facts found, but continued without a finding until 4/1/19, with same conditions as in count one. Must pay counsel fee of $150, or perform 12 hours of community service, in lieu of regular 16 hours. Must pay probation supervision fee of $65 per month, or perform eight hours a month to community service.

James A. Chenausky, 37, of Harrison Avenue, Orange. Placed on pretrial probation until 10/1/18 for breaking and entering into a building in the daytime with intent to commit a felony. Must continue with current counseling, and must sign releases so that the probation office can monitor attendance at programs ordered by the judge and must attend AA meetings two times a week until 10/1/18. Placed on pretrial probation until 10/1/18 for vandalizing property, with the same conditions as in count one. Must pay $50 per month probation supervision fee.

Amy D. Dwight, 32, of Meadow Lane, Greenfield. Charge of operating under the influence of liquor or 0.08 percent in Erving was not prosecuted, as, according to a statement made by a counsel from the district attorney’s office, (this was) in the interest of justice. Found responsible for marked lanes violation. Fined $100, forthwith.

Dylan M. Sanborn, 20, of North Main Street, New Salem. Charges of uninsured motor vehicle, and unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in Orange both dismissed on request of the commonwealth.

Ernest J. Bobilin, 63, of East River Street, Orange. Pleaded innocent to violation of an abuse prevention order. Released on personal recognizance. Continued to 5/11/18 for pretrial conference.

David C. Lunny, 32, of Wells Street, Greenfield. Charge of unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in Erving dismissed on request of the commonwealth.

Renee Larie, 41, of School Street, Athol. Pleaded innocent to operating a motor vehicle with license suspended. Released on personal recognizance. Continued to 6/1/18 for pretrial conference.

Greenfield, April 4, Judge William Mazanec III

Nicholas J. Barrington, 20, of Hadley Road, Sunderland. Pleaded innocent to operating under the influence of liquor or 0.08 percent, possessing an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle, and motor vehicle lights violation in Deerfield. Released on personal recognizance. Continued to 5/15/18 for pretrial conference.

Lucas Johnson, 21, of School Street, Greenfield. Pleaded innocent to operating a motor vehicle with license suspended. Released on personal recognizance. Continued to 4/9/18 for pretrial conference.

Gary J. Downer, 52, of Union Street, Greenfield. Admitted to sufficient facts for operating under the influence of liquor or 0.08 percent, second offense. Placed on probation, until 4/3/20, with 45-day mandatory loss of license. Must have no driving until the Registry of Motor Vehicles reinstates the license. Must have no alcohol and subject to screens. Must have Scram program. Must take and complete a substance abuse evaluation, and take any after-care treatment recommended, plus head-injury assessment of $250, OUI victims assessment of $50, and victim-witness assessment of $50. Charges of negligent operation of a motor vehicle, and disorderly conduct both dismissed on request of the commonwealth. Must pay legal counsel fee of $150. Must pay probation supervision fee of $65 per month, or perform eight hours a month to community service.