Cases heard in Northern Berkshire and Southern Berkshire district court

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In Southern Berkshire District Court on Thursday:

Cassandra Figuroa, 27, of Amal Street, Springfield, submitted to sufficient facts for a finding of guilty to one count of larceny over $250. Her case was continued without a finding until Jan. 5, 2017.

A charge of assault and battery on a disabled family member against Lorenzo Conway, 51, of Main Street, Great Barrington, was dismissed by the court without prejudice.

Travis Chiddick, 27, of Maple Avenue, Great Barrington, submitted to sufficient facts for a finding of guilty to one count of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. His case was continued without a finding until Sept. 1, 2016.

Anna M. Squires, 47, of Pine Hill Road, Russell, submitted to sufficient facts for a plea of guilty to one count of larceny over $250. She was ordered to pay restitution of $350 and her case was continued without a finding until Nov. 3, 2016.

Lee R. Squires, 50, of Pine Hill Road, Russell, submitted to sufficient facts for a plea of guilty to one count of larceny over $250. He was ordered to pay $350 in restitution and his case was continued without a finding until Nov. 3, 2016.

Daryl Vandeusen, 23, of East Street, Mount Washington, was found guilty of one count each of possession of a class C substance and possession of class B substance. He was sentenced to 18 months in the Berkshire County Jail and House of Correction with credit for 51 days served.

In Northern Berkshire District Court on Monday:

Mikey Bliss, 26, of High Street, North Adams, admitted to sufficient facts on a charge of larceny over $250 that was continued without a finding until Nov. 10, 2017. Bliss was ordered to pay $2,000 in restitution and fined $90. Charges of larceny from a building and larceny from a person were dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth.

Gerald Dandurand, 33, of Belden Street, Williamstown, admitted to sufficient facts on a charge of domestic assault and battery that was continued without a finding until Feb. 8, 2017. He was fined $50.

Justin Bryant, 21, of Arnold Street, Williamstown, admitted to sufficient facts and was found guilty of malicious destruction of property under $250. He was fined $50 and placed on probation until Nov. 9. Charges of class A drug possession and intimidating a witness were continued without a finding. A charge of assault and battery was dismissed upon the request of the victim.

Joshua Hadley, 21, of Hancock Road, Hancock, admitted to sufficient facts on charges of operating under the influence and negligent operation of a motor vehicle that were continued without a finding until May 8, 2017. He was fined $600.

In Northern Berkshire District Court on Tuesday:

Jeremy Hayes, 38, of Carson Avenue Clarksburg, had a charge of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth.

Richard Abete, 50, of Dunsbach Road, Clifton Park, N.Y., had a charge of domestic assault and battery dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth.

In Northern Berkshire District Court on Wednesday:

Mariah Cavallaro, 23, of Lakewood Street, Worcester, had charges of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and assault and battery dismissed for a failure to prosecute.

Austin Myers, 19, of Pebble Street, North Adams, admitted to sufficient facts on a charge of malicious destruction of property under $250 that was continued without a finding until Feb. 10, 2017. He was fined $275.

Terri Notchick, 41, of North Holden Street, North Adams, admitted to sufficient facts on a charge of assault and battery that was continued without a finding until Sept. 9, 2016. Notchick was fined $50.

Jason Sharp, 41, of Brayton Hill Terrace, North Adams, admitted to sufficient facts and was found guilty of disorderly conduct and trespassing. He was fined $350.

Chad Forrest, 24, of Mohawk Forest Boulevard, admitted to sufficient facts on a charge of malicious destruction of property under $250 that was continued without a finding until Sept. 9. He was fined $50. A charge of violating an abuse prevention order was dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth.


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