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AYER — The Honorable Judge Michael Brooks presided over the Dec. 3 session of the Massachusetts District Court, Ayer Division with the disposition of the following dockets:

ARRAIGNMENTS

Ashby

James M. Lavertue: Operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, number plate violation, registration not in possession; arraignment continued to Jan. 28.

Devin E. Traffie: Possessing a firearm without an FID card, improperly storing a firearm; continued to Jan. 21 for pretrial hearing.

Ayer

Korey E. Humphreys: Use of a motor vehicle without authority, number plate missing; dismissed on payment of $250.

Lemar M. Kemp: Operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, uninsured motor vehicle, unregistered motor vehicle, speeding; dismissed on payment of $450.

Groton

Eugene Rekos: Operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license; dismissed on payment of $200.

Pepperell

Gregory A. Perkins: Larceny of a motor vehicle, larceny over $250, two counts of larceny under $250; continued to Jan. 21 for pretrial hearing.

Wendy Shumaker: Operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration, uninsured motor vehicle, unregistered motor vehicle; continued without a finding for three months of probation with a $21 per month probation fee, charged $600 in court costs.

Shirley

Christopher Andrew Gaudet: Operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license; continued to Jan. 2 for pretrial hearing.

Mohammed Sahin: Open and gross lewdness; continued to Jan. 2 for motions.

PRETRIAL HEARINGS

Ayer

Charlie Jones: Carrying a firearm without a license, malicious damage to a motor vehicle, possessing a firearm without an FID card, discharging a firearm within 500 feet of a building, disturbing the peace, assault and battery; hearing continued to Jan. 21.

Sean P. Mihalovich: Carrying a firearm without a license, malicious damage to a motor vehicle, possessing a firearm without an FID card, two counts of accessory before the fact, two counts of accessory after the fact, discharging a firearm within 500 feet of a building, disturbing the peace; hearing continued to Jan. 21.

Jerimey J. Peyton: Unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle; continued to Jan. 30 for motions and March 3 for trial.

Brent C. Routhier: Improperly storing a firearm, two counts of possessing a firearm without an FID card, unlawful possession of fireworks; continued to Jan. 16 for motions.

Groton

Matthew J. Bettencourt: Class D drug possession; continued to Jan. 2 for motions and Feb. 3 for trial.

Steven M. Preston: Negligent operation of a motor vehicle, speeding, marked lanes violation; dismissed on payment of $200.

Pepperell

Sean P. Tripp: Operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, motor vehicle lights violation; continued without a finding for one year of probation, charged $550 in fines and fees.

Townsend

Christopher Dalton: Negligent operation of a motor vehicle, passing violation, failure to wear seat belt, speeding; continued without a finding for six months of probation with a $21 per month probation fee, charged a $50 victim witness fee, ordered to attend and complete the SCAR program and national driver’s highway safety course, and to complete 40 hours of community service.

James C. Sullivan: Operating under the influence, failure to drive in right lane; continued without a finding for one year of probation with a $65 per month probation fee, charged $600 in fines and fees, 45-day loss of license, ordered to attend and complete the 24D driver alcohol program and Brains at Risk program.

Richard L. Sweetsir: Operating under the influence; continued without a finding for one year of probation with a $65 per month probation fee, charged $600 in fines and fees, 45-day loss of license, ordered to attend and complete the 24D driver alcohol program and Brains at Risk program.

OTHER HEARINGS

Ashby

Brian Keith Racine (detention hearing): Two counts of indecent assault and battery on a child under 14 (subsequent offense); ordered detained, continued to Jan. 6 for pretrial hearing.

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