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Addison County Court Log for Nov. 3, 2014

ADDISON COUNTY — In recent proceedings in the Addison County Superior Court, Criminal Division:
Benjamin J. Adams of Salisbury, 34, pleaded innocent to Oct. 19 charges of violation of an abuse prevention order, first-degree unlawful restraint and driving with a suspended license and was released with conditions.
Chelsea Barrows, 21, no address given, pleaded innocent to Oct. 17 charges of heroin possession, 200 mg or more, and heroin sale, less than 200 mg. Bail was set at $5,000.
Matthew Billings, 31, of Southeast Correctional Facility, Windsor, pleaded guilty to an Aug. 31 charge of driving with a suspended license and was sentenced to 45 days and fined $147.
Ronald Edward Blakeslee, 27, of Brandon pleaded innocent to a Sept. 13 charge of disorderly conduct – fight, etc., and was released with conditions.
Damian Chamberlain, 19, of Addison pleaded innocent to Oct. 20 charges of marijuana possession, 2 ounces or more, and unlawful trespass, and was released with conditions.
Timothy Clodgo, 48, (no personal info listed at all) pleaded guilty to a June 4 charge of disorderly conduct – fight, etc., and was fined $147.
Matthew Combs, 30, of Burlington pleaded guilty (change of plea) to a Feb. 20 charge of driving under the influence, fourth or subsequent offense, and driving with a suspended license, second offense, and was sentenced to 1 to 3 years and license revocation, and was fined $207.
Karen Cousino, 51, of Bristol pleaded innocent to a June 17 charge of providing false information to a law enforcement officer and to a July 2 charge of perjury and was released with conditions.
Michelle Cousino, 26, of Bristol pleaded guilty to a Sept. 13 charge of driving with a suspended license and was sentenced to 20 days and fined $147.
Karey French, 26, of Hinesburg pleaded innocent to an Oct. 1 charge of driving under the influence and was released on recognizance.
Muriel Hoy, 73, of Legrange, Maine, pleaded innocent to an Oct. 14 charge of domestic assault and was released with conditions.
Jeremy Jennings, 29, of Bristol pleaded innocent to an Aug. 16 charge of driving with a suspended license and was released with conditions.
Mark Kevin Kennedy, 27, of Vergennes pleaded innocent to Oct. 17 charges of heroin possession, 200 mg or more, and heroin sale, less than 200 mg. Bail was set at $5,000.
Joshua LaFlam, 25, of Forest Dale pleaded innocent to a Sept. 30 charge of driving under the influence, second offense, and was released with conditions.
Terence J. Morris, 58, of Middlebury pleaded guilty by waiver of a Sept. 1 charge of petit larceny, $900 or less, and was sentenced to the reparative board and fined $147.
Kaden Odell, 21, of Brandon pleaded not guilty to an Aug. 27 charge of aggravated assault and was released with conditions.
Heather M. Osicky, 23, of Vergennes pleaded innocent to a Sept. 6 charge of driving under the influence and released under recognizance.
Logan Rouille, 34, of South Burlington pleaded innocent to an Aug. 27 charge of driving with a suspended license, third offense, and was released with conditions.

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