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February 11, 2014

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NEWBURYPORT: The following jury-waived trials were recorded Thursday, Feb. 6, at Newburyport District Court with Judge Peter Doyle presiding:

Michael J. Rogers, 50, 85 Cedar St., Haverhill; fugitive from justice, dismissed; possession of a class D substance, dismissed upon payment of $100 court costs; speeding, responsible, filed (Newburyport).

Kimberly Daigle, 32, 10 Orchard Park, Amesbury; possession of Mace without a FID card, dismissed upon payment of $100 court costs; a motor vehicle lights violation, not responsible (Salisbury).

Nathan R. Hickman, 19, 19 Bourbeau St,. Newburyport; disorderly conduct, dismissed upon payment of $150 court costs (Newburyport).

Judge Allen Swan presided over the following jury-waived trial:

Megan L. Seymour, 27, 777 Middle St., Portsmouth, N.H.; assault with a dangerous weapon, guilty, two years probation, $90 Victim-Witness Fund; negligent operation of a motor vehicle, two years probation; operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, guilty, 10 days in house of correction, one day credit; fail to stop for police, guilty, $100 assessment; fail to stop/yield, responsible, filed (Newburyport).

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