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4TH DIVISION DISTRICT COURT


The following Westerly police cases were heard before Judge Madeline Quirk on Friday:

Ronald M. Marrone, 31, of 4 Gavitt Ave., Westerly, pleaded no contest to a charge of driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, first offense, blood-alcohol content unknown. He was sentenced to minimum sanctions: $100 fine, 10 hours of community service, a three-month loss of license, court fees and attendance at DUI school. A charge of refusing to submit to a chemical test to determine intoxication was to be dismissed in Rhode Island Traffic Tribunal as part of the plea.

Dennis A. Burkholder, 55, of 250 Church St., Westerly, pleaded not guilty to a charge of willful trespass at Home Depot in Westerly. He was released on a promise to appear on Oct. 25.

Matthew C. Sprague, 24, of 55 School St., Apt. 3, Westerly, pleaded no contest to a charge of domestic vandalism/malicious injury to property. He was ordered to pay $150 in restitution, attend domestic violence counseling and issued a no contact order with the victim.

Jared Baton, 21, of 1151 Main St., Hope Valley, pleaded no contest to a charge of disorderly conduct. He was sentenced to six months’ probation.

Glen D. Edwards, 38, of 6 Red Barn Drive, Bradford, pleaded no contest to a charge of shoplifting. He was sentenced to a one-year suspended prison term, with one year’s probation, and issued a no trespassing order.

Nancy A. Duchesneau, 44, of 37 Crossland St., Charlestown, pleaded no contest to a charge of shoplifting. She was sentenced to a one-year suspended prison term, with one year’s probation, and issued a no trespassing order with Walmart.

Edward J. Williams, 25, of 525 Klondike Road, Charlestown, pleaded no contest to a charge of shoplifting. He was sentenced to a one-year suspended prison term, with one year’s probation, and issued a no trespassing order with Home Depot. Violation of probation charges in Superior Court were dismissed with his nolo plea in District Court.

Corey J. Ellis, 19, of 50 Granite St., Westerly, pleaded no contest to a charge of disorderly conduct. The charge was filed for a year.

Jesika Torres, 27, of 71A White Rock Road, Westerly, pleaded no contest to a charge of shoplifting. The charge was filed for one year and she was issued a no trespass order with Walmart.

Nicholas Young, 19, of 447 Klondike Road, Charlestown, had a charge of disorderly conducted dismissed.



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