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AYER — The Honorable Judge Lynn Rooney presided over the Nov. 14 session of the Massachusetts District Court, Ayer Division, with the disposition of the following docket:

Arraignments

Ashby

Martha J. Nietupski: Assault and battery on a police officer, disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace; continued to Dec. 19 for a new summons.

Ayer

David B. Bowen: Assault and battery with a dangerous weapon; continued to Nov. 28 for pretrial hearing, bail set at $3,000.

Pepperell

Michael James Graham: Two counts of violating an abuse prevention order; continued to Dec. 21 for status hearing.

Shirley

Kenneth J. Fennell: Operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license; dismissed on payment of $200.

Terry J. Holbein: Possession of a Class D with intent to distribute, class D drug possession (subsequent offense); continued to Jan. 9 for pretrial hearing.

Christian Karlson: Unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, unregistered motor vehicle, no inspection or sticker; charged a $200 civil assessment.

Michael S. Magoon: Operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration, uninsured motor vehicle, unregistered motor vehicle; dismissed on payment of $450.

John P. Quirk: Operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration, uninsured motor vehicle, no inspection or sticker; dismissed on payment of $400.

Tonya Marie Quirk: Uninsured motor vehicle, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration, unregistered motor vehicle; dismissed on payment of $400.

John C. Zagwyn: Operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration, uninsured motor vehicle, unregistered motor vehicle, improper turn; hearing continued to Nov. 21.

Pretrial Hearings

Ashby

Tina Marie Wambolt: Two counts of operating under the influence; found guilty, sentenced to one year of probation with a $65 per month probation fee, must attend and complete a driver alcohol and Brains at Risk program, charged $600 in fees, 45-day loss of license.

Ayer

Danny D Boyd: Aggravated assault; continued to Jan. 8 for trial.

Cassandra Croft: Two counts of assault and battery on a police officer, malicious destruction of property under $250, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace; continued without a finding for one year of probation, charged a $50 victim witness fee and $200 in restitution, ordered to attend and complete an anger management program, submit to a substance abuse evaluation and comply with findings, write a letter of apology and stay employed.

Christian J. Delgado: Breaking and entering during the nighttime to commit a felony; hearing continued to Jan. 18.

Pedro A. Mendez: Assault with a dangerous weapon; continued to Jan. 11 for motions and Jan. 29 for trial.

Peter Woodruff: Operating under the influence, marked lanes violation, failure to wear seat belt, speeding; continued to Feb. 8 for motions and Feb. 26 for trial.

Pepperell

Michael James Graham: Violating an abuse prevention order; continued to Dec. 21 for status hearing.

Rebecca A. Greenhalge: Leaving the scene of property damage; continued to Jan. 15 for trial.

Carol F. Mello: Operating under the influence (second offense), operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration, class D drug possession, marked lanes violation, motor vehicle lights violation; hearing continued to Dec. 19.

Shirley

Barry M. Corbett: Assault and battery with a dangerous weapon; continued to Dec. 7 for motions and Dec. 17 for trial.

Other Hearings

Groton

Cassandra Croft: Probation violation hearing; Selling or delivering liquor to a person under 21, keeping a noisy or disorderly house, disturbing the peace, possession of a class D drug with intent to distribute, conspiracy to violate drug law; probation extended for one year, must have drug and alcohol testing and consume no alcohol.

Townsend

Shawn Artist: Probation violation hearing; reckless operation of a motor vehicle, speeding in violation of a special regulation, passing violation, marked lanes violation, state highway traffic violation, hearing continued to Dec. 19.