SEABROOK: The following case was recorded at 10th Circuit Court, Seabrook Division on Thursday, Sept. 15, with Judge Mark Weaver presiding over the following jury-waived trial:

Justin D. McCarthy, 27, 10 Stacey Lane, Amesbury; driving after license suspension, not prosecuted (N.H. State Police).

SEABROOK: The following cases were recorded at 10th Circuit Court, Seabrook Division on Tuesday, Sept. 27, with Judge Robert Varney presiding over the following jury-waived trials:

Johann C. Chase, 50, 96 Folly Mill Road, Seabrook; soliciting without a permit, complaint placed on file without finding for 12 months, conditioned upon good behavior, which includes complying with Hampton Falls ordinances (Hampton Falls).

Jeffrey M. Josslyn, 51, 7A St., Seabrook; two counts of simple assault, not guilty on both counts (Seabrook).

Sabi L. Donahue, 24, 22 Adams Ave., Seabrook; criminal mischief (vandalism), guilty, 30 days in the house of correction, conditioned upon one year's good behavior and the payment of $25 restitution within 60 days (Seabrook).

SEABROOK: The following cases were recorded at 10th Circuit Court, Seabrook Division on Wednesday, Sept. 28, with Judge Sawaka Gardner presiding over the following jury-waived trials:

Marena A. Rommel, 19, 88 South Main St., Seabrook; control of a vehicle in which a controlled drug is illegally kept, guilty, $350 fine (Seabrook).

William Sciretto, 40, 21 Fenno Drive, Rowley; reckless driving, guilty, $620 fine and 60-day loss of license; driving while intoxicated, not prosecuted; violation of traffic control device, complaint placed on file without finding; unregistered vehicle, complaint placed on file without finding for one year, conditioned upon good behavior (Seabrook).

Joshua L. Lianne, 29, 19 Robin Lane, Hampton; driving after license suspension for driving while intoxicated, guilty, $620 fine and seven days in the house of correction with commitment to commence on Oct. 21 at 9 a.m. (Seabrook); driving after license suspension for driving while intoxicated, guilty, $620, four months in the house of correction, all but seven days suspended with commitment to begin on Dec. 1. This sentence to be served consecutive to the prior sentence (N.H. State Police.

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