In Northern Berkshire District Court on Tuesday:

Nathan Gray, 24, of Mason Hill Road, Pownal, Vt., had two counts of felony breaking and entering in the daytime and two counts of larceny from a building dropped by the prosecution.

In a separate case, Gray admitted to sufficient facts and was found guilty of credit card fraud under $250. He was fined $390. Gray also admitted to sufficient facts on a charge of receiving an improper credit card was continued without a finding until payment of $91.24 in restitution.

Jonathan MacRonald, 19, of Notch Road, Cheshire, admitted to sufficient facts on a charge of intimidation of a witness that was continued without a finding until Sept. 3. Charges of an unregistered motor vehicle, an uninsured motor vehicle, and a number plate violation were continued without a finding and dismissed.

In a separate case, MacRonald admitted to sufficient facts on a charge of reckless endangerment of a child that was continued without a finding until Jan. 30, 2015. He was fined $50.

Lynda Shaink, 54, of Eagle Street, North Adams, admitted to sufficient facts on a charge of leaving the scene of property damage that was continued without a finding until Nov. 3. She was fined $50.

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In Northern Berkshire District Court on Wednesday:

Jacob Prevost, 34, of the Catamount mobile home park, Bennington, Vt.


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, admitted to sufficient facts on charges of class A drug possession and class B drug possession that were continued without a finding until Aug. 5, 2015. Charges of an uninsured motor vehicle, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration, operating an uninsured motor vehicle, and conspiracy to violate drug law were dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth.

Oscar Ramirez, 26, of Central Street, Turners Falls, admitted to sufficient facts and was found guilty of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Ramirez was sentenced to 60 days in Berkshire County Jail and House of Correction.

David Taylor, 20, of Massachusetts Avenue, North Adams, admitted to sufficient facts on a charge of assault and battery that was continued without a finding until Aug. 5, 2015. He was fined $50. A charge of disorderly conduct was dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth.

In a separate case, Taylor admitted to sufficient facts on a charge of assault and battery that was continued without a finding until Aug. 5, 2015.

Karissa Perras, 22, of Mohawk Forest Boulevard, North Adams, admitted to sufficient facts on a charge of shoplifting over $100 by asportation that was continued without a finding. Perras was fined $50.