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November 5, 2012

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NEWBURYPORT: The following jury-waived trial was recorded Monday, Oct. 29, at Newburyport District Court, with Judge Peter Doyle presiding:

Senta Ferraro, 32, 4 Lonvale Lane, Amesbury; threatening to commit a crime, pretrial probation, no abuse of family for one year; negligent operation of motor vehicle, admission to facts, continued without finding for one year, weekly counseling, no abuse of family, $250 Head Injury Fund, $50 Victim/Witness Fund (Amesbury).

NEWBURYPORT: The following jury-waived trial was recorded Tuesday, Oct. 30, at Newburyport District Court, with Judge Allen Swan presiding:

Michael Lefebvre, 50, 3 Sandpiper Lane, Seabrook; driving while under the influence of alcohol, amended to second offense, guilty, one year in house of correction, suspended, two years’ probation, 14 days inpatient treatment, 90-day loss of license, $50 VWF, $250 HIF, $250 Operating Under Intoxication Fund, $50 Operating Under Intoxication Victim/Witness Fund; leaving scene of property damage, admission to facts, $250 HIF, $2,537 in restitution (Salisbury).

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