2006-12-07 / News of Record

Court news

Dispositions in Newport

District Court

Nov. 3

• Samuel Baugh, 53, of 73 Carr Lane pleaded no contest to a charge of drunk driving. He was given a five-month loss of license, sentenced to 20 hours of community service, and ordered to attend drunk-driving school. Baugh was also sentenced to one year of probation with alcohol counseling, and he was ordered to pay a $500 fine and court costs, police said.

Nov. 10

• Amanda Allen, 24, of Kingston pleaded no contest to a charge of drunk driving. She was fined $500 plus court costs. She will also lose her license for four months, perform 20 hours of community service, and attend drunk-driving school. Allen was given one year of probation with alcohol counseling, police said.

• Joseph Gomes, 60, of Narragansett pleaded no contest to a charge of drunk driving. He was given a one-year loss of license, one year of probation, 10 hours of community service, and he must undergo alcohol treatment. Gomes was also fined $400 and court costs, police said.

• Jose Ibarlucea, 50, of 1 Spanker St. had a charge of domestic simple assault dismissed under court rule 48A.

Nov. 24

• Lucas Cimaglia, 27, of Newport pleaded no contest to a charge of drunk driving.

He was fined $400 and court costs and lost his license for one year. He was given one year of probation and 10 hours of community service. A charge of refusing to take a Breathalyzer test was dismissed as part of a plea agreement, police said.

• Matthew McLoughlin, 18, of 5 Forest Ave. had charges of disorderly conduct and possession of alcoholic beverages by an underage person filed for one year. He was ordered to perform 10 hours of community service and is enlisting in the U.S. Army, police said.

Dec. 1

• Angel Merced, 31, of 11 Mast St. had a charge of disorderly conduct dismissed as part of a plea agreement. On a charge of malicious injury to property, Merced was given a one-year suspended sentence and one year of probation. Merced must also make restitution, police said.

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