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July 20, 2013

CIRCUIT COURT SEABROOK

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.

Leonard Ruiz-Rivera, 24, 15 Dwight Ave., Seabrook; driving while intoxicated, guilty, $620 fine, 9-month loss of license conditioned upon completion of the state impaired drivers care management program (State Police).

SEABROOK: The following cases were recorded at 10th Circuit Court, Seabrook Division, for the week ending Friday, July 12, with Judge Mark Weaver presiding over the jury-waived trial.

Thomas M. Jensen, 25, 45 Janice Ave., Dracut, Mass.; driving while intoxicated, guilty, $620 fine, 9-month loss of license conditioned upon completion of the state impaired drivers care management program (Seabrook).

Stephanie La Pierre, 18, 29 Heath St., Newton, N.H.; unlawful possession of alcohol by a person under the age of 21, guilty, $300 fine, no license revocation ordered (Seabrook).

Raul Medina, 33, 48 Beacon Ave., Lawrence; fishing without a license, guilty, $93 fine (N.H. Fish and Game Department).

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