Greenfield and Orange District Court Logs: Oct. 21 to Oct. 28, 2019

Published: 11/1/2019 6:10:16 PM
Modified: 11/1/2019 6:10:01 PM
Judge William Mazanec III Greenfield, Oct. 21

Nathaniel Newton, 34, of Grape Street, Fair Haven, Vt. Charges of possession of a burglarious instrument, a marked lanes violation, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, registration not in possession, driving at a rate of speed exceeding the posted limit, possession of an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle, possession of a Class A drug, possession of a Class B drug and conspiracy to violate the drug law, in Bernardston by State Police from the Shelburne barracks. Bail set at $1,000 cash or $10,000 surety. Pretrial conference set for Nov. 7. The counsel fee of $150 must be paid.

Judge David RossOrange, Oct. 21

Krista M. Coy, 49, of East River Street, Orange. Charged with OUI-liquor, state highway traffic violation and driving at a rate of speed greater than was reasonable and proper. Sufficient facts were found for Count 1, but was continued without a finding until Oct. 20, 2020, with special conditions. Must complete a drug and alcohol education program and aftercare, a 24-question evaluation. Plus a 45-day loss of license. Found not responsible for Counts 2 and Count 3.

Desirae A. Ramos, 29, of Ash Street, Gardner. Charged with assault and battery on a family/household member. Sufficient facts were found, but continued without a finding until Nov. 19, with special conditions to complete a mental health evaluation and follow-up.

Christopher Demeulle, 21, of Boutelle Street, Fitchburg. Charged with violating an abuse prevention order. Sufficient facts were found, but continued without a finding until Jan. 21, 2020, with special conditions to have no contact with and stay at least 50 yards away from the victim.

Jacob Bezio, 23, of Elm, Street, Gardner. Charged with failure to stop/yield, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and possession of an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle. Arraigned and held. Released on personal recognizance. Pretrial conference set for Dec. 20.

Michael T. Nelson-Page, 32, of Prospect Street, Athol. Charged with assault and battery on a family/household member. Arraigned and held. Released on personal recognizance. Pretrial conference set for Dec. 9.

Judge William Mazanec III Greenfield, Oct. 22

Carlos R. Andino, 52, of Wells Street, Greenfield. Charges of five cases of violating an abuse prevention order, by Greenfield Police. To pay $100 cash, by agreement. Pretrial conference set for Nov. 25. The counsel fee was waived.

Nicholas A. Cote, 22, of Oak Street, Greenfield. Charges of intimidating a witness/juror/police/court official and assault and battery on a family/household member, by Greenfield Police. Released on personal recognizance. Pretrial conference set for Dec. 30. The counsel fee was changed to 16 hours of community service.

Steven M. Godin, 66, of Louisiana Road, Northfield. Charge of OUI-liquor over .08 percent, by Northfield Police. Released on personal recognizance. Pretrial conference set for Dec. 13.

Judge David Ross Orange, Oct. 22

Scott Savoy, 55, of Cheney Street, Orange. Charged with assault and battery on a family/household member. Sufficient facts were found, but continued without a finding until April 21, 2020, 4 with special conditions to complete anger management, write a letter of apology to the victim and send a copy of the letter to probation.

Judge William Mazanec III Greenfield, Oct. 23

Juliette Renault, 20, of Westhampton Road, Florence. Charges of driving at a rate of speed exceeding the posted limit, trafficking in 36 grams or more and less then 100 grams of heroin/morphine/opium/fentanyl, and conspiracy to violate drug law. Bail set at $500 cash or $5,000 surety. Pretrial conference set for Nov. 11. The counsel fee of $150 must be paid.

Kyle M. Viera, 25, of Stone Farm Lane, Greenfield. Charges of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license and license not in possession, by Greenfield Police. Released on personal recognizance. Pretrial conference set for Dec. 27.

Judge William Mazanec III Greenfield, Oct. 24

Joel R. Allen, 46, of Division Street, Easthampton. Charge of OUI-liquor over .80 percent, second offense, in Deerfield by State Police from the Shelburne barracks. Forty-five-day loss of license, OUI fee of $250, OUI victims assessment of $50, head injury assessment of $250 and victim witness assessment of $50. Defendant placed on probation until Oct. 23, 2020. Must complete the Driver Alcohol Education Program. Found not responsible on charges of a marked lanes violation and possession of an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle. The probation supervision fee of $65 must be paid monthly, if needed.

Douglas P. Bennett, 60, of Lee Road, South Deerfield. Charge of OUI-liquor over .08 percent, in Deerfield by State Police from the Shelburne barracks. Admission to sufficient facts accepted and sufficient facts found, but continued without a finding until Oct. 23, 2020, with 45-day loss of license, OUI fee of $250, OUI victims assessment of $50, head injury assessment of $250 and victim witness assessment of $50. Must complete the Driver Alcohol Education Program. Found not responsible on a charge of a marked lanes violation. The probation supervision fee of $65 must be paid monthly, if needed.

Cameron M. Lyons, 21, of Mountain Road, Deerfield. Charge of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and assault and battery on a family/household member, by Deerfield Police. Admission to sufficient facts accepted and sufficient facts found, but continued without a finding until Oct. 23, 2020, with victim witness assessment of $90. Must continue with counseling and therapy and must not use drugs or alcohol. Counsel fee of $150 or 12 hours of community service. The probation supervision fee of $65 must be paid monthly, if needed.

Cameron M. Lyons, 21, of Mountain Road, Deerfield. Charges of assault and battery, assault and battery on a police officer, and assault and battery on ambulance personnel, by Deerfield Police. Admission to sufficient facts accepted and sufficient facts found, but continued without a finding until Oct. 23, 2020, with the same conditions and concurrent with case 1941CR45. Found guilty on a charge of disorderly conduct. Fined $150. The counsel fee of $150 must be paid.

Cameron M, Lyons, 21, of Mountain Road, Deerfield. Charges of disturbing the peace and trespassing, by Deerfield Police, were both dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth. Charge of resisting arrest and breaking and entering for misdemeanor. Admission to sufficient facts accepted and sufficient facts found, but continued without a finding until Oct. 23, 2020, with the same conditions and concurrent with 1941CK45. Must stay 50 yards away from 14 Mountain Road. The counsel fee was changed to 12 hours of community service.

Judge David Ross Orange, Oct. 24

Mendy M. Urena-Pascual, 23, of Hilldale Avenue, Haverhill. Charged with carrying a firearm without a license, carrying a loaded firearm without a license and defacing the firearms serial number. Arraigned and held. Released on personal recognizance. Pretrial conference set for Dec. 30.

Judge William Mazanec III Greenfield, Oct. 25

Eric Lane, 31, of Conway Street, Greenfield. Charge of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, by Montague Police. Court cost of $50 was dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth.

Tyler F. Charboneau, 22, of Turners Falls Road, Bernardston. Charge of uninsured motor vehicle, by Greenfield Police. Court cost of $50 was dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth. Found not responsible on a charge of miscellaneous motor vehicle ordinance violations.

Yan K. Chu, 45, of Northampton Street, Holyoke. Charge of uninsured motor vehicle, by Shelburne Police. Court cost of $50 was dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth.

James L. Welch, 51, of Coombs Avenue, Greenfield. Charge of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, in Deerfield by State Police from the Shelburne barracks. Released on personal recognizance. Pretrial conference set for Jan. 24, 2020.

Nathan S. Pecor, 42, of Mohawk Trial, Charlemont. Charge of negligent operation of a motor vehicle, in Shelburne by State Police from the Shelburne barracks. Admission to sufficient facts accepted and sufficient facts found, but continued without a finding until April 24, 2020, with a head injury assessment of $250 and a victim witness assessment of $50. Must complete the safe driver’s course. Charge of leaving the scene of property damage was dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth. The probation supervision fee of $50 will be paid monthly, if needed.

Tesia L. Heredia, 21, of Standish Court, Greenfield. Charges of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, reckless endangerment of a child, and assault and battery. Must stay 50 yards away from the victim. Pretrial conference set for Dec. 6.

Miguel A. Vasquez, 29, of Scott Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y. Charge of a motor vehicle lights violation. Fined $35. Charge of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license was dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth.

Judge David Ross Orange, Oct. 25

Aden Boulanger, 27, of Montague Road, Shutesbury. Charged with failure to yield at an intersection, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license and unregistered motor vehicle. Arraigned and held. Released on personal recognizance. Pretrial conference set for Dec. 20.

Michael J. Moriarty, 49, of Mountain Drive, Gilford, N.H. Charged with uninsured motor vehicle, unregistered motor vehicle and motor vehicle breaks violation. Arraigned and held. Count 1 was dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth, with a $50 fine. Found not responsible for Count 2 and Count 3.

Jeremy O. Russell, 49, of Elm Street, New Salem. Charged with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and no inspection sticker. Arraigned and held. Count 1 was dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth, with a $50 fine. Found not responsible for Count 2.

Kelley M. Kellum, 41, of Eagleville Road, Orange. Charged with trespassing. Arraigned and held. Released on personal recognizance. Pretrial conference set for Dec. 13.

Wilangelys Reyes, 27, of East Main Street, Orange. Charged with negligent operation of a motor vehicle and a marked lanes violation. Sufficient facts were found for Count 1, but continued without a finding until Jan. 24, 2020, with special conditions. Probation may be extended for restitution. Found not responsible for Count 2.

Christine N. Marshall, 32, of New Sherborn Road, Athol. Charged with five counts of larceny under $1,200. Arraigned and held. Released on personal recognizance, with special conditions to not consume drugs or alcohol, with screenings. Pretrial conference set for Dec. 23.

Scott P. Johnson, 53, of Wright Street, Orange. Charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license and no inspection sticker. Sufficient facts were found on Count 1, but was continued without a finding until April 24, 2020. Found not responsible for Count 2.

Joshuah D. Pugh, 38, of Grove Street, Athol. Charged with resisting arrest. Defendant pleaded guilty and was placed on probation until Nov. 19, with special conditions to write a letter of apology to the Police Department.

Judge William Mazanec III Greenfield, Oct. 28

Pedro H. Gonzalez Jr., 43, of Wells Street, Greenfield. Charges of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, subsequent offense, and driving at a rate of speed exceeding the posted limit, by Sunderland Police. Released on personal recognizance. Pretrial conference set for Dec. 23. The counsel fee of $150 must be paid.

Pedro H. Gonzalez Jr., 43, of Wells Street, Greenfield. Charge of possession of a Class A drug, subsequent offense, by Greenfield Police. Released on personal recognizance. Pretrial conference set for Dec. 23. The counsel fee was waived.

Zachary T. Rutledge, 23, of Wilderness Road, Cuttingsville, Vt. Charges of a marked lanes violation, driving at a rate of speed exceeding the posted limit and possession of a Class A drug, in Greenfield by State Police from the Shelburne barracks. Released on personal recognizance. Pretrial conference set for Dec. 30.


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