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March 29, 2012

District Court

NEWBURYPORT: The following items were recorded at Newburyport District Court on Monday, March 26, with Judge Peter Doyle presiding over the jury-waived trials:

Heather A. Player, 30, 83R Asbury St., Topsfield; driving while under the influence of alcohol (second offense), guilty, one year in the house of correction, five months to be served and the balance suspended, with two years' probation, conditioned upon remaining drug- and alcohol-free, having no alcohol in the home where the defendant resides, AA counseling, two-year loss of license, followed by compliance with an electronic monitoring device and sobrietor for six months, $50 Victim-Witness Fund, $250 Operating Under Intoxication fee, $50 Operating Under Intoxication-Victim Fund, $250 Head Injury Fund; negligent driving, continued without finding and probation for two years, $250 HIF; marked lanes violation, responsible, filed (Rowley).

Alexander M. Emery, 19, 29 Newton Ave., Haverhill; driving while under the influence of alcohol, continued without finding and probation for one year, conditioned upon completion of an alcohol safety awareness program, 210-day loss of license, $50 VWF, $250 OUI, $50 OUI-V, $250 HIF; fail to stop/yield, responsible, filed (Merrimac).

Jade Theos, 22, 87 Hanover St., Newbury; assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, pretrial probation, continued generally for six months; domestic assault and battery, pretrial probation, continued generally for six months (Newbury).

NEWBURYPORT: The following items were recorded at Newburyport District Court on Tuesday, March 27, with Judge Peter Doyle presiding over the jury-waived trials:

Michael G. Couture, 18, 29 Maple Ave., Atkinson, N.H.; possession to distribute class D drugs, continued without finding and probation for 18 months to include completion of the Mt. Auburn prevention and recovery program and remaining drug- and alcohol-free, $50 VWF; possession of class D drugs, dismissed; sell/possess an electronic stun gun, defendant placed on pretrial probation and the case continued generally for 18 months; possession of alcohol by a person under the age of 21, continued without finding and probation for 18 months; marked lanes violation, responsible, filed (State Police).

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