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Addison County Court Log for Jan. 15, 2014

ADDISON COUNTY — In recent activity in Addison Superior Court Criminal Division (except where noted), the following took place:
Benjamin J. Adams, 32, of Salisbury pleaded guilty to Oct. 19 charges of violation of an abuse prevention order and driving with a suspended license, and was sentenced to 9-12 months, suspended, and was fined $147. The state’s attorney dismissed an Oct. 19 charge of first-degree unlawful restraint as part of a plea agreement.
Paul J. Beardsley, 25, of Ripton pleaded guilty to a Dec. 8 charge of driving under the influence and was sentenced to a 90-day license suspension and was fined $667.
Duane Bedell, 49, of Starksboro pleaded innocent to a Jan. 4 charge of violating conditions of release. Bail was set at $2,500.
Joshua Benning, 18, of Ferrisburgh pleaded guilty to a Nov. 27 charge of careless or negligent driving, amended from a charge of driving under the influence, and providing false information/implicating another and was sentenced to 30 days, suspended, and was fined $147.
Timothy Buttner, 24, of Killington pleaded guilty to a Nov. 14 charge of driving with excessive speed and was fined $147 and ordered to complete the Reparative Board.
Amanda Lynn Corey, 26, of Middlebury pleaded guilty to a July 18 charge of unlawful mischief and was sentenced to 6 months, suspended, and was fined $147.
Rebecca Dempsey, 38, of Westfield, Mass., had an arrest warrant issued for failing to appear to answer one July 5 count, one July 18 count and two Aug. 3 counts of prescription fraud, greater than 1 supplier; and one July 18, two July 19 and two Aug. 3 counts prescription fraud-false name.
Timothy Eaton, 55, of Bristol pleaded innocent to a Dec. 13 charge of driving under the influence and was released on recognizance.
William A. Fox, 38, of Bomoseen pleaded innocent, in Chittenden County Court to a May 31, 2013, charge of driving in Addison County with a suspended license, fourth or subsequent offense, and was released with conditions.
Virginia Gillett, 30, of Salisbury pleaded guilty to a Jan. 12, 2009, charge of embezzlement and to three Jan. 12, 2009, counts of petit larceny, $900 or less, and was sentenced to 10 years and fined $144.
Whitney L. Grady, 34, of Middlebury pleaded innocent to Sept. 26 charges of reckless driving and leaving the scene of a crash. A status conference was set for a later date.
Frank L. King, 36, of Sudbury pleaded innocent, in Rutland Superior Court, to a Dec. 24, 2013, charge of driving with a suspended license, fourth or subsequent offense. Bail was set at $3,500.
Gabriel R. Laberge, 19, no address given, pleaded guilty to a Nov. 16 charge of driving with excessive speed and was fined $147 and ordered to complete the Reparative Board.
Pierre Laroche, 22, of Salisbury pleaded no contest to Oct. 3 charges of taking a deer out of season and taking game by an illegal method, and to an Oct. 9 charge of possessing a big game animal, and was fined $2,166.
Jacob Lathrop, 19, no address listed, pleaded no contest to a May 7 charge of simple assault, amended from a charge of aggravated assault, and was fined $147 and ordered to complete the Reparative Board.
Devin Lowell, 23, of Brandon pleaded guilty to a Nov. 5 charge of driving with a suspended license and was fined $147 and ordered to complete the Reparative Board.
Laurie A. Lynch, 40, of Middlebury pleaded guilty to a March 7 charge of violating a junk ordinance and was fined $147 and ordered to complete the Reparative Board.
Jeremy Scott Markwell, 32, of Cornwall pleaded innocent to a Jan. 3 charge of driving under the influence, third or subsequent offense, and was released with conditions.
Robert H. Meacham III, 34, of Cornwall pleaded guilty to Dec. 4, 2013, charges of first-degree aggravated domestic assault and second-degree unlawful restraint, and was sentenced to three years and fined $294.
Siera Miller, 28, of Weybridge pleaded innocent to Dec. 24 charges of simple assault and interference with access to emergency services. A status conference was set for a later date.
Alec Morse, 22, of Bristol pleaded guilty to a June 13 charge of aggravated sexual assault on a victim less than 13 years. Sentencing was set for a later date.
Dawn M. Moultroup, 41, of Starksboro pleaded guilty to an April 1 count of truancy and was fined $492.
Vernon Riley, 68, of Middlebury pleaded innocent to a Dec. 17 charge of driving under the influence and was released with conditions.
Leon Sabourin, 29, of Warren pleaded guilty to an Oct. 12 charge of driving under the influence and was sentenced to 3 to 6 months, suspended, and was fined $897.
Christopher E. Sayers, 46, of Middlebury pleaded guilty to a June 3 charge of unlawful trespass on land; to Nov. 9, 17 and 26, 2013, counts of retail theft, $900 or less; and to Aug. 27 and 28, 2014, counts of false pretenses/false tokens, and was sentenced to 24 months and fined $882. The state’s attorney dismissed an April 9, 2014, charge of driving with a suspended license, fourth or greater offense, as part of a plea agreement.
Timothy Sousa, 27, of Bristol pleaded innocent to a Dec. 22 charge of second-degree aggravated domestic assault and was released on $1,000 bail.
Monica Swan, 18, of Moriah, N.Y., had a Sept. 24 charge of possession of a depressant, stimulant/narcotic dismissed without prejudice by the state’s attorney.
Michael Charles Sweetser, 22, of Middlebury pleaded guilty to a Sept. 29 charge of driving with a suspended license and was sentenced to 15 days and fined $147.
Nicole Trudeau, 20, of Middlebury pleaded guilty to a Nov. 14 charge of driving with a suspended license and was fined $147 and ordered to complete the Reparative Board.
Jason Vincent, 30, of Bristol pleaded innocent, in Chittenden County Court, to Jan. 3 charges of interference with access to emergency services, first-degree aggravated domestic assault, second-degree unlawful restraint, and violation of conditions of release, and was held without bail.
Alan Neal White, 34, of Middlebury had a June 2 charge of disorderly conduct (fight, etc.) dismissed by the state’s attorney. White was committed to the care and custody of the Commissioner of Mental Health to receive treatment, was ordered to do all the counseling deemed necessary, and was ordered to refrain from entering the Whiting General Store, and is to live at a residence approved by his treatment providers.
Edward Wimett-Lafayette, 20, of Bristol pleaded innocent to Nov. 1 charges of driving under the influence and reckless driving. A status conference was set for a later date.
Corey Yantz, 20, of Bristol pleaded guilty to a Nov. 15 charge of taking a deer out of season and was fined $722.
 
 
 

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