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In Northern Berkshire District Court on Wednesday:

Willie Ledbetter, 63, of West Housatonic Street, Pittsfield, 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 Aug. 2, 2017. He was found not responsible for possessing an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle and a marked lanes violation.

Francis Albis, Jr., 29, of Hudson Street, North Adams, admitted to sufficient facts on a charge of shoplifting by concealing merchandise that was continued without a finding until Sept. 6, 2017. He was ordered to pay $45 in restitution.

In Northern Berkshire District Court on Friday:

Nicole Harris, 25, of Seminole Drive, North Adams, admitted to sufficient facts and was found guilty on two counts of shoplifting by price tag tampering and two counts of larceny under $250. She was placed on probation until Feb. 6, 2017 and ordered to pay $406 in restitution.

In a separate case, Harris was found guilty on three counts of shoplifting by price tag tampering, three counts of larceny under $250, and a single count of shoplifting by concealing merchandise.

Jeffrey Rawson, 35, of Route 7, Pownal, Vt., admitted to sufficient facts and was found guilty of trespassing and larceny under $250. He was sentenced to 90 days in jail.

Joshua Cooper, 30, of State Street, North Adams, admitted to sufficient facts and was found guilty of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. He was found not responsible for operating an unregistered motor vehicle and not having an inspection sticker.

Colin Macdonald, 28, of Hidden Valley Road, Pownal, Vt., had charges of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration and operating an uninsured motor vehicle dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth.


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