The following cases were heard before Judge Madeline Quirk on Thursday:
A Charlestown couple pleaded not guilty to charges of domestic simple assault. Gregory Conway, 63, and Elizabeth King, 62, were each charged with the misdemeanors. The couple were alleged to have slapped each other. They were released on a promise to appear on July 3. Both were issued no-contact orders with each other and ordered to undergo random alcohol/drug screenings and substance abuse treatment if deemed necessary by professionals.
Sage Mars, 18, of 94 Old Mill Road, Charlestown, was sentenced to one-year probation and domestic violence counseling stemming from a Richmond police charge of violating a no-contact order. A charge of simple domestic assault was dismissed and he was issued a no-contact order.
Christopher Parrot, 20, and Robert R. Turrisi, 66, of 473 Carolina Back Road, had charges of simple domestic assault dismissed after each refused to testify against the other.
Joshua D. DeLuise, 27, of 45 Stillwater Road, Charlestown, pleaded not guilty to a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs. He was released on a promise to appear on July 3.
April L. Vasquez, 48, of Castle Rock Drive, Charlestown, and Craig Spears, 42, of 11 King’s Factory Road, Apt. B, Charlestown, had Charlestown police charges of domestic disorderly conduct dismissed when they refused to testify against each other.
James Robert Gushlaw, 24, of 6 Maple Lake Farm Road, Apt. E, Kenyon, pleaded no contest to a Charlestown police charge of disorderly conduct. The charge was filed and he was ordered to complete 25 hours of community service.
Thomas LeBlanc, 41, of 19 Craig St., Charlestown, pleaded not guilty to a Charlestown police charge of domestic disorderly conduct and domestic simple assault. He was released on a promise to appear on July 3 and was issued a no-contact order.