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November 7, 2012

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NEWBURYPORT: The following cases were recorded at Newburyport District Court on Monday, Nov. 5, with Judge Peter Doyle presiding over the jury-waived trials:

Jeremiah Rubera, 36, 24 School St., Exeter, N.H.; two counts of breaking and entering in the day time for a felony, both dismissed; two counts of larceny of more than $250, both dismissed (Merrimac).

Matthew D. Janvrin, 18 Beachstone, No. 3, Portsmouth, N.H.; driving while under the influence of drugs, continued without finding and probation for one year conditioned upon completion of an alcohol safety awareness program, 45-day loss of license, $250 Operating Under Intoxication fee, $50 Operating Under Intoxication Victim Fund, $250 Head Injury Fund, $50 Victim/Witness Fund; unlicensed driving, guilty, filed; marked lanes violation, responsible, filed; state highway traffic violation, responsible, filed (State Police).

Matthew D. Janvrin, P.O. Box 197, Apt. A-12, North Hampton, N.H.; driving while under the influence of drugs, guilty, one year probation conditioned upon completion of an alcohol safety awareness program, 90-day loss of license, $250 OUI, $50 OUI-V, $250 HIF, $50 VWF; leaving the scene of property damage, guilty, 90 days in the house of correction,13 days to be served and the balance suspended with one year probation conditioned upon remaining drug and alcohol free and the payment of restitution the amount yet to be determined; unlicensed driving, responsible, filed; marked lanes violation, responsible, filed (Salisbury).

Matthew P. Temple II, 31, 167 Main St., West Newbury; domestic assault and battery, continued without finding and probation for 18 months conditioned upon remaining drug and alcohol free, six months in a substance abuse facility with the defendant not to be released from custody until there is availability, $90 VWF; larceny of more than $250, continued for 18 months; malicious destruction of property worth more than $250, continued without finding and probation for 18 months (West Newbury).

Michael J. Maloney Jr., 47, 28 Gladstone St., Apt. 3, Everett; four counts of violation of an abuse prevention order, guilty on all counts, sentenced to two years in the house of correction on each count, six months to be served and the balance suspended with two years probation conditioned upon remaining drug and alcohol free, staying away from and having no contact with the victim, no further abuse of the victim, compliance of the abuse prevention order and completing a batterers intervention program, $600 restitution, $90 VWF; criminal harassment, guilty, two years probation; witness intimidation, guilty, two years probation; threat to commit crime, dismissed; six counts of abuse of a violation prevention order, all dismissed. All sentences to be served concurrently (Salisbury).

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