In the courts
In Southern Berkshire District Court on Tuesday:
Two charges of larceny by check against Gerald Donnelly, 59, of First Street, Pittsfield. will be dropped pending payment of $166 restitution.
Sinead A. O'Brien, 40, of Main Street, Somers, Conn., submitted to sufficient facts for a plea of guilty to one count of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. She was fined a total of $600, ordered to surrender her license for 45 days and enter an alcohol education program. Her case was continued without a finding until Dec. 19, 2016. Charges of possession of an open container of alcohol in a vehicle and operating outside marked lanes were filed.
In Southern Berkshire District Court on Thursday:
Shauna M. Clement, 38, who is homeless, submitted to sufficient facts for a plea of guilty to one count of possession of a class E substance. She was fined a total of $100.
In Northern Berkshire District Court on Friday:
Michael Sheehan, 62, of Notch Road, Adams, admitted to sufficient facts and was found guilty of operating under the influence, second offense, and negligent operation of a motor vehicle. He was placed on probation until Jan. 22, 2018, and fined $350. Sheehan was found not responsible for a marked lanes violation.
Dean Williams, 40, of Houghton Street, North Adams, admitted to sufficient facts and was found guilty of class A drug possession. He was placed on probation until July 22 and fined $50.
Richard Lavigne, 31, of Blackinton Street, North Adams, had a charge of unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth. He was also found not responsible for a motor vehicle bylaw violation.
Jon Lonegan, 30, of Upper Fish Road, Southbury, Conn., had a charge of unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle dismissed upon the request of the commonwealth. He was also found not responsible for speeding.
Forrest Luscier , 21, of Howland Avenue, Adams, had charges of domestic assault and battery and intimidating a witness dismissed.
Marc Cummings, 39, of Second Street, Troy, N.Y., admitted to sufficient facts and was found guilty of vandalizing property, two counts of breaking and entering a building in the nighttime for a felony, two counts of larceny from a building, and nine counts of larceny over $250. He was sentenced to nine months in jail.
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