Court log: Middlebury woman pleads guilty to forgery

ADDISON COUNTY — In recent activity in Addison Superior Court, Criminal Division, the following took place:

Jessica Badger, 29, of Middlebury pleaded guilty to an Oct. 31 charge of forgery-uttering/publishing an instrument, and was sentenced to four years, suspended, was ordered to complete the Reparative Board program and 80 hours of community service, and was ordered to pay $300 restitution.

Joshua Barrett, 22, of Brandon pleaded innocent to a Jan. 17 charge of driving under the influence and was released on recognizance.

Michael T. Chicoine, 41, of Shoreham pleaded innocent to a Dec. 19 charge of driving with a suspended license. A status conference was set for a later date.

Jessica Freeguard, 27, of Fair Haven had an arrest warrant issued for failure to appear to answer a Nov. 20 charge of driving with a suspended license.

Teresa Hanlon, 54, of Addison pleaded innocent to a Nov. 25 charge of embezzlement, more than $100. A status conference was set for a later date.

Kimberly R. Jimmo, 19, of Lincoln, pleaded guilty to a Sept. 11, 2013, charge of sale of heroin, less than 200 mg; to Nov. 3 and Nov. 28, 2013, counts of driving under the influence; and to a March 30, 2014, charge of assault and robbery with a weapon. Sentencing was set for a later date.

Justin B. Lafave, 29, of Salisbury pleaded guilty to an Aug. 5 charge of second-degree aggravated domestic assault and an Aug. 6 charge of violating conditions of release, and was sentenced to 9 to 18 months, suspended, and 30 days on work crew, and was fined $294.

Ryan S. Lowe, 23, of Jeffersonville pleaded innocent to a Nov. 16 charge of driving with a suspended license, fourth offense, and was released with conditions.

Kalli Mann, 47, of Orwell pleaded innocent to a Dec. 6 charge of leaving the scene of a crash-property damage, and was released with conditions.

Jeffery Manshel, 23, of Weybridge pleaded innocent to an April 6, 2014, charge of possession of marijuana, 1 ounce or more, amended from a charge of possession of marijuana, 2 ounces or more. A status conference/change of plea was set for a later date.

Evan McArthur, 23, of Hopewell, N.J., pleaded innocent to a Jan. 11 charge of driving under the influence and was released with conditions.

Matthew McKinney, 24, of New Haven pleaded guilty to a Dec. 5 charge of providing false information to an officer-no crime, and was ordered to complete the Reparative Board program and fined $147.

Eric Morang, 40, of Watervliet, N.Y., pleaded innocent to a Nov. 3 charge of leaving the scene of a crash-property damage, and was released with conditions.

Aaron John Myers, 32, of North Ferrisburgh pleaded innocent to a Jan. 18 charge of driving under the influence, third or subsequent offense, and was released with conditions, including to submit to an alcosensor test upon the request of any law enforcement officer if that officer has reason to believe the defendant has consumed alcohol.

Jamie Parmelee, 38, of Middlebury pleaded guilty to an Oct. 11 charge of driving under the influence and was sentenced to a 90-day license suspension and was fined $667.

Autumn Rakowitz, 33, of South Burlington pleaded guilty to a Jan. 1 charge of careless and negligent driving, amended from a charge of driving under the influence, and was fined $607.

Meagan Roy, 26, of Burlington pleaded innocent to a Nov. 25 charge of driving with a suspended license, second offense, and was released with conditions.

Brandon R. Yandow, 18, of Middlebury pleaded innocent to a Jan. 3 charge of driving under the influence and was released with conditions.

Tracy Raymond Yandow, 52, of Ripton pleaded innocent to Nov. 14 charges of driving under the influence, third or subsequent offense, and driving with a suspended license, and was released with conditions, including to submit to an alcosensor test upon the request of any law enforcement officer if that officer has reason to believe the defendant has consumed alcohol.

Christopher H. Zeno, 47, of Middlebury pleaded innocent to Dec. 3 charges of simple assault and resisting arrest and was released with conditions, including not to enter or remain on the lands or premises where the charges took place.


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