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District Court Logs, Aug. 30 to Sept. 1, 2017


Tuesday, September 05, 2017
Greenfield, Aug. 30, Judge Michael Ripps

Jamie M. Peters, 31, of Juniper Court, Greenfield. Pleaded innocent to operating a motor vehicle with license suspended, and having a child ages 8-12 or over 57 inches without a seat belt. Released on personal recognizance. Continued to 11/28/17 for pretrial conference.

Greenfield, Aug. 31, Judge Michael Ripps

Johnny D. Hudspeth, 43, of Leeds. Pleaded innocent to violation of an abuse prevention order in Greenfield. Released on personal recognizance. Must abide by any 209A restraining order in existence. Continued to 10/5/17 for pretrial conference. Must pay legal counsel fee of $150.

Greenfield, Sept. 1, Judge Maureen Walsh

Jian C. Xu, 48, of Norwich, Conn. Found responsible for possessing a Class A drug, to wit, heroin, in Greenfield by state police. Fined $100. Found not responsible for motor vehicle lights violation. Must pay legal counsel fee of $150.

William G. Lafrennie, 27, of Elm Street, Greenfield. Pleaded innocent to being a fugitive from justice on a court warrant from New Hampshire. Ordered held without right to bail, but bail can be reconsidered on 9/15/17 if New Hampshire officials don’t appear. The defendant has set up a program at Orange Recovery House beginning on 9/15/17. Case continued to 9/15/17 for pretrial conference.

James E. Gaffey, 39, of Camp Avenue, Greenfield. Pleaded innocent to malicious damage to a motor vehicle. Released on personal recognizance. Continued to 9/26/17 for pretrial conference. Must pay legal counsel fee of $150.

Marie Johnson, 47, of Maple Street, Greenfield. Pleaded innocent to assault and battery. Released on personal recognizance. Continued to 10/3/17 for pretrial conference.

Jesse L. Johnson, 38, of West Townshend, Vt. Pleaded innocent to two charges of breaking and entering a building in the nighttime with intent to commit a felony, one charge of vandalizing property, and one of breaking and entering a vehicle or boat at nighttime with intent to commit a felony in Bernardston were not prosecuted, as, according to a statement made by a counsel from the district attorney’s office, the defendant, having been determined to be not criminally responsible, and currently receiving mental health treatment. The Commonwealth won’t prosecute these charges further.

Herbert E. Phillips, 25, of Amherst. Pleaded innocent to operating under the influence of liquor or 0.08 percent, and negligent operation of a motor vehicle, in Montague. Released on personal recognizance. Continued to 10/25/17 for pretrial conference. Must pay legal counsel fee of $150.

Tevin Daniels, 22, of L Street, Montague. Operating with suspended registration, and having operated a motor vehicle after the license to operate a motor vehicle had been revoked by reason of his or her having been found to be an habitual traffic offender. Released on personal recognizance. Continued to 10/27/17 for pretrial conference. Must pay legal counsel fee of $150.

Kevin Ryan, 23, of Bald Mountain Road, Bernardston. Pleaded innocent to possessing unlawful fireworks. Released on personal recognizance. Continued to 10/27/17 for pretrial conference.