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5 p.m. - 8 p.m. Westerly

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5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Westerly

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4th Division District Court logs: Feb. 28, 2014


The following cases were heard in 4th Division District Court before Judge Walter Gorman Thursday:

Jacob B. Paul, 28, of 185 Carolina Nooseneck Road, Richmond, pleaded not guilty to a Richmond police charge of domestic simple assault and/or battery and domestic disorderly conduct. He was released on a promise to appear March 13.

Lawrence A. Bestwick, 38, of 76 Egypt St., Ashaway, pleaded not guilty to a Richmond police charge of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, first offense, blood alcohol content unknown; use of the breakdown lane for travel and incorrect manner of turning at intersection. He was released on a promise to appear March 20.

Marissa J. Krul, 18, of 27 Wiitala Drive, Charlestown, had a Richmond police charge of transporting alcohol as a minor dismissed with a $200 contribution to the victims fund.

Ryan M. Bolduc, 20, of 79 Liberty St., Pawcatuck, had a Richmond police charge of possession of an alcoholic beverage by a minor dismissed with a $200 contribution to the victims fund.

John G. Paluck, 40, of Groton, pleaded no contest to a Richmond police charge of public drinking. He was fined $50.

Eric C. Girard, 22, pleaded no contest to a Charlestown police charge of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs blood alcohol content over .15, first offense. He was sentenced to the minimum sanctions for that offense: loss of license for three months, a $500 fine, mandatory attendance at DUI school, 20 hours of community service and costs and assessments.

Destiny R. Spears, 23, of 31 Kings Factory Road, had Charlestown police charges of domestic simple assault and/or battery and domestic malicious vandalism dismissed.

Jason Bliven, 47, of 4585 Old Post Road, Charlestown, had a Charlestown police charge of willful trespass dismissed.



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