Hillsborough County Superior Court



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Dec. 20

Jason Maroney, 18, 4 Alex Circle, Nashua, pleaded guilty to theft by unauthorized taking and was fined $500 and sentenced to the House of Corrections for 12 months, all suspended on good behavior for two years, probation for one year. Maroney is to pay $50 restitution and write a letter of apology to the victim. Judge Bernard Hamspey Jr. presided.

Jill Bouley, 26, 256 Fullam Hill Road, Fitzwilliam, was found in violation of probation on a conviction of possession of a controlled drug from Aug. 19 and sentenced to the House of Corrections at Cheshire County, where she is currently being held, for 10 days, pretrial credit for six days. Bouley is to enter the Academy Program upon release. Judge Bernard Hamspey Jr. presided.

William Barrett, 41, last known address, 85 E. Hobart St., Nashua, pleaded guilty to aggravated driving while intoxicated and was fined $500 and sentenced to the House of Corrections for 12 months, all but nine months suspended on good behavior for one year, pretrial credit for 170 days. Barrett’s license was revoked for 18 months and he was sentenced to a multiple offender program. Barrett may seek earlier license reinstatement after one year if conditions are met. Licensed alcohol and drug abuse counsel evaluation ordered. Judge Gary Hicks presided.

Dec 21

George Kolios, 23, 45 Glennon Ave., Dracut, Mass., had a complaint of possession of a controlled drug with intent to sell dismissed. Judge Bernard Hamspey Jr. presided.

Dec. 22

Brittany Kalmes, 24, 7 Munroe St., Hudson, pleaded guilty to three counts of burglary and was sentenced to the House of Corrections for six months, all deferred for one year on good behavior, shared restitution. Kalmes is to perform 100 hours of community service and complete a licensed alcohol and drug abuse counsel evaluation and abide by recommendations. Judge Gary Hicks presided.

Dec. 23

Anthony Perez, 40, 63 Georgetown Drive, Nashua, pleaded guilty to second-degree assault and was sentenced to the State Prison for one to five years. Perez is to participate in a meaningful counseling, treatment or education as directed including a licensed alcohol and drug abuse counseling evaluation. Perez is to have no contact with the victim. Perez pleaded guilty to criminal threatening and was sentenced to State Prison for two to four years, all suspended on good behavior for three years, consecutive if ever imposed. Perez pleaded guilty to four counts of simple assault and was sentenced to the House of Corrections for 12 months, all suspended on good behavior for three years. A complaint of obstructing the report of a crime was dropped. Judge Bernard Hampsey Jr. presided.

Brad Wilkins, 10 Northeastern Blvd., Nashua, pleaded guilty to driving after being found to be a habitual offender and was sentenced to the House of Corrections for 90 days, all suspended on good behavior for one year. Wilkins is not to drive until his driver’s license is restored by DMV. Judge Gary Hicks presided.

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