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District Court Logs, Aug. 1 to Aug. 28, 2017


Thursday, August 31, 2017
Orange, Aug. 1, Judge David S. Ross

Tamara S. Arsenault, 19, of East Street, Northfield. Pleaded innocent to assault and battery on family/household member. Released on personal recognizance. A C276, section 56A form, was filed by the Commonwealth. An allegation of abuse under 276, section 56A, was found. Continued to 9/15/17 for pretrial conference. Must pay legal counsel fee of $150.

Orange, Aug. 25, Judge David S. Ross

William Schroeder, 53, of Wells Street, Erving. Admitted to sufficient facts for a false claim of motor vehicle insurance, but continued without a finding until 2/23/18 with victim-witness assessment of $90. Charge of attempting to commit a crime, to wit, larceny over $250, by making a false claim to an insurance company dismissed on request of the Commonwealth. Must pay $50 per month probation supervision fee.

Tamara S. Arsenault, 19, of East Street, Northfield. Pleaded innocent to breaking and entering into a building in the daytime with intent to commit a felony, four charges of larceny over $250, and one charge of receiving stolen property, in Erving. Released on personal recognizance. Continued to 9/15/17 for pretrial conference.

Laura E. Griffith, 47, of Main Street, Athol. Pleaded innocent to operating under the influence of liquor or 0.08 percent, second offense, possessing an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle, and unregistered motor vehicle. Released on personal recognizance. Continued to 9/22/17 for pretrial conference.

Vincent M. Bonilla, 43, of Lake Drive, Shutesbury. Admitted to sufficient facts for assault and battery, but continued without a finding until 11/24/17, and must continue with therapy/family counseling, and must take medicine as prescribed. Must pay legal counsel fee of $150, and $50 counsel contribution.

Jason W. Hubbard, 28, of Brookside Road, Orange. Placed on pretrial probation until 8/24/18 for assault and battery on family/household member, and must take and complete the Valor Act through the VA. Placed on pretrial probation until 8/24/18 for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, to wit, a shod foot. Must pay legal counsel fee of $150.

Joshua W. Peabody, 32, of Johnson Road, Orange. Pleaded innocent to operating under the influence of liquor or 0.08 percent, possessing an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle, motor vehicle lights violation, and being an intoxicated licensee who had a loaded firearm while under the influence of intoxicating liquor, in Athol. Released on personal recognizance. Continued to 9/18/17 for pretrial conference.

Brett Kilburn, 21, of Clinton. Pleaded innocent to possessing a Class E drug, to wit, lorazepam, selling or possessing an electric stun gun, open container of marijuana in a vehicle, and speeding in violation of a special regulation in Erving. Released on personal recognizance. Advised of right to drug examination. Continued to 9/18/17 for pretrial conference.

Greenfield, Aug. 28, Judge Michael Ripps

Luis M. Centeno, 25, of Springfield. Admitted to sufficient facts for motor vehicle lights violation Fined $35. Charge of conspiracy to violate drug laws, to wit, possessing a Class A drug, to wit, heroin with intent to distribute, dismissed on request of the Commonwealth. Must pay legal counsel fee of $150.

Orange, Aug. 28, Judge David S. Ross

Kenneth Rentas, 23, of Sanders 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. An allegation of abuse under 276, section 56A was found. Continued to 10/24/17 for pretrial conference. Must pay counsel fee of $150, or perform 16 hours of community service.

Randy H., Marion, 42, of Craigin Street, Athol. Found guilty of assault and battery, but continued without a finding until 8/28/18 with victim-witness assessment of $50. Must stay 20 yards away from and have no contact with a named person, and must take and complete the anger management program. Two charges of threatening to commit a crime, to wit, murder in the first threat, and assault and battery, in the second threat, but both were dismissed on request of the Commonwealth. Must pay counsel fee of $150, or perform 16 hours of community service. Must pay $50 per month probation supervision fee.