In the courts for Monday

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In Southern Berkshire District Court on Monday:

Ann M. Wodger, 23, of Cove Hill Road, Richmond, submitted to sufficient facts for a plea of guilty to one count each of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration and operating an uninsured vehicle. She was fined a total of $600, ordered to pay $117 in restitution, ordered to surrender her license for 45 days and attend an alcohol education program. Her case was continued without a finding until Jan. 9, 2017.

Charges of strangulation of a person and assault and battery against Howard Price, Jr., 59, of Railroad Street, Great Barrington, were dismissed without prejudice.

Eric Damasca, 23, of Dartmouth Street, Pittsfield, submitted to sufficient facts for a plea of guilty to one count each of discharging a firearm within 500 feet of a dwelling and a hunting violation. He was fined $100.

Alex Saunders, 39, of Richmond Avenue, Lee, submitted to sufficient facts for a guilty plea to one count of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and negligent operation of a motor vehicle. He was fined a total of $600, ordered to surrender his license for 45 days and enroll in an alcohol education program. He was found not responsible to charges of speeding and driving outside marked lanes.

Kevin J. Dreimiller, 41, of Main Street, Great Barrington, submitted to sufficient facts for a plea of guilty to one count of larceny against a person over 65. He was fined $225 and his case was continued without a finding until Aug. 14.

Shawne M. Coon, 36, of Lime Kiln Road, Sheffield, submitted to sufficient facts for a plea of guilty to one count of larceny by check over $250. Coon was ordered to pay $1,000 restitution and the case was continued without a finding until Aug. 14.

Nancy Spirydowski, 39, of Main Street, Great Barrington, submitted to sufficient facts for a plea of guilty to one count each of assault and battery and threatening to commit a crime. She was fined a total of $100 and her case was continued without a finding until Aug. 14.


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