In Southern Berkshire District Court on March 17:

  • Christina Stewart, 48, of West Avenue, Great Barrington, had an assault and battery charge dismissed.
  • Brett Costa, 37, of Sunshine Avenue, Lee, admitted to sufficient fact to an OUI. He had his license suspended for 45 days, and he will have to pay $100 and $50 a month for probation through March 16, 2015.
  • David Carroll, 47, of New York, had a search warrant issued for his arrest for two charges of larceny by check over $250.
  • In Northern Berkshire District Court on Friday:

  • Steven Platti, 23, of Hall Street, North Adams, admitted to sufficient facts and was found guilty of assault and battery. Platti was sentenced to eight days in Berkshire County Jail & House of Correction.
  • In a separate case, Platti admitted to sufficient facts on a charge of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon that was continued without a finding until Dec. 17, 2014. Platti was fined $90.

  • Jonathan Murphy, 54, of Harrison Avenue, Williamstown, admitted to sufficient facts on a charge of shoplifting by concealing merchandise that was continued without a finding until April 18, 2014. Murphy was fined $50. A charge of class B drug possession was dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth.
  • In Northern Berkshire District Court on Monday:

  • Kaleigh Potter, 27, of West Street, Adams, admitted to sufficient facts on a charge of malicious destruction of property over $250 that was continued without a finding until March 23, 2015. Potter was fined $90 and ordered to pay $638.64 in restitution. A charge of vandalizing property was dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth.
  • Martine Laine, 19, of Ragina Road, Roxbury, and Sally Barros, 20, of Langdon Street, Roxbury, admitted to sufficient facts on a charge of shoplifting by concealing merchandise that was continued without a finding until April 23, 2014. Laine and Barros were each fined $50.
  • Juan Gonzalez-Lopez, 26, of Hall Street, Williamstown, admitted to sufficient facts on a charge of unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle that was continued without a finding until May 23. Gonzalez-Lopez was fined $50.