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July 13, 2013

DISTRICT COURT

NEWBURYPORT: The following case was recorded at Newburyport District Court on Wednesday, July 10, with Judge Patricia Dowling presiding over the jury-waived trial.

William P. Burrows, 66, 94 Broadway, Haverhill; driving after license suspension, dismissed; driving with defective equipment, not responsible (West Newbury).

The following case was recorded at Newburyport District Court on Thursday, July 11, with Judge Mary McCabe presiding over the jury-waived trial.

Brandon P. Pinard, 21, 18 South Martin Road, Amesbury; driving while under the influence of alcohol, 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 assessment, $250 Head Injury Fund assessment, $50 Victim/Witness Fund assessment; possession of an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle, responsible, filed; speeding in violation of special regulations, responsible, filed (Salisbury).

The following cases were recorded at Newburyport District Court on Friday, July 12, with Judge Matthew Machera presiding over the jury-waived trials.

Crystal Scott, 34, of 9 Lafayette Road, Salisbury; operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, dismissed if $200 court costs paid, $50 Victims-Witness assessment; motor vehicle lights violation, responsible, filed (Amesbury).

Matthew Tullercash, 27, of 183 Haverhill St., Rowley; driving an uninsured motor vehicle, dismissed if $150 court costs paid, $50 Victims-Witness assessment; operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration, dismissed (Rowley).

Alejandro Brambila Jr., 31, of 19506 Waverunner Lane, Cornelius, N.C.; unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, dismissed if $100 court costs paid, $50 Victims-Witness assessment; motor vehicle lights violation, responsible, filed (Amesbury).

Brendan Smith, 26, of 151 River St., Basement Apartment, Haverhill; breaking and entering a building during the daytime to commit a felony, guilty, nine months in the house of corrections with 179 days credit (West Newbury).

SEABROOK: The following case was recorded at 10th Circuit Court, Seabrook Division on Thursday, June 20, with Judge Mark Weaver presiding over the jury-waived trial.

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