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Court Log: Ferrisburgh man sentenced on drug charges

ADDISON COUNTY — In recent proceedings in the Addison County Superior Court, Criminal Division:
Jesse R. Beaver, 35, of Ferrisburgh pleaded guilty to Jan. 14, 2013, charges of drug conspiracy. Beaver was fined $141, and sentenced to 2 to 8 years, suspended, with credit given for 17 months served, and 4 years’ probation. The state’s attorney dismissed Jan. 14, 2013, charges of heroin sale or delivery, 200 mg or more, and possession of a depressant/stimulant/narcotic.
Ian Burton, 39, of Warren pleaded innocent to Oct. 24 charges of driving under the influence, fourth or subsequent offense, and driving with a suspended license, and was released with conditions.
Tamantha Clark, 43, of Bristol pleaded not guilty to an Oct. 3 charge of driving under the influence and was released on recognizance.
Justin Cutler, 31, of Middlebury pleaded not guilty to an Oct. 2 charge of prescription fraud/false prescription and was released with conditions.
Cassandra Fraser-Brown, 23, of Brandon had an arrest warrant issued on Nov. 10 for failing to appear in court to answer to an Aug. 2, 2012, charge of heroin possession, less than 200 mg, and five Nov. 4 counts of forgery – uttering/publishing an instrument. Bail was set at $10,000.
Rebecca Merrihew, 41, of Starksboro pleaded not guilty to an Oct. 11 charge of driving under the influence and was released with conditions.
Hans Rumble, 31, of Vergennes, pleaded guilty to Oct. 23, 2013, charges of heroin possession, less than 200 mg, and possession of a depressant/stimulant/narcotic, and was sentenced to 6-12 months, concurrent, and fined $294. He was also sentenced to 6-12 months, concurrent, and fined $147 for a July 21 guilty plea on a charge of failing to register as a sex offender. The state’s attorney dismissed an Oct. 23, 2013, charge of buying/receiving/selling/possessing/concealing stolen property.
Chad M. Rule, 27, of Bristol pleaded guilty to an Oct. 14 charge of careless and negligent operation of a vehicle, amended from a charge of driving under the influence, and agreed to pay an open container ticket, as part of the plea agreement.
Andrew Smith, 28, of Bristol pleaded not guilty to an Oct. 25 charge of driving under the influence and was released with conditions.
Elizabeth Steggerda, 30, of Bristol pleaded guilty to a Feb. 20 charge of driving under the influence and was sentenced to a 90-day license suspension and fined $552.
Kyle Stevens, 38, of Burlington, pleaded guilty to a May 9 charge of careless or negligent operation of a vehicle, amended from a charge of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol or both, and was sentenced to 6-12 months, suspended, and two years’ probation and was fined $1,010.
Monica Swan, 18, of Moriah, N.Y., pleaded not guilty to a Sept. 24 charge of possession of a depressant/stimulant/narcotic and was released with conditions.
Jacob Wrightington, 21, had an arrest warrant issued for failing to appear in court to answer to an Oct. 18 charge of driving under the influence. Bail was set at $1,000. 

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