2016-01-14 / Local

Claremont District Court

CLAREMONT — The following cases were heard Jan. 8 in Claremont District Court.

— Norman Boyd, 70, of 199 Anderson Road, Acworth was found guilty of delivery of articles prohibited. A judge sentenced Boyd to 11 months in the Sullivan County House of Correction, deferred for two years. Boyd was charged Oct. 29, 2015 after Unity police said he delivered an article without permission of the Department of Correction while being a prisoner confined to the DOC.

— Robert C. Allison, 41, of 7 Mulberry St., Apt. 3, Claremont was found guilty of simple assault. A judge sentenced Allison to a year in the House of Correction, deferred 11 months. Allison was charged Oct. 30, 2015 in Claremont after police said he punched a person in the head. Allison also was found guilty of simple assault and criminal mischief. A judge sentenced him a year in the House of Correction with 11 months deferred. Claremont police charged Allison July 4, 2015 after he allegedly punched a woman in the face and caused damage to the door of her apartment.

— Christopher Floyd, 30, of 17 Pearl St., Claremont was indicted by a grand jury in Sullivan County Superior Court for 2nd Degree Assault. Floyd was charged Sept. 18, 2015 in Claremont after police said he kicked or stomped on the head of the alleged victim after the person had been pushed to the ground. 

— Ronald G. King, 36, of 133 Bascom Road, Newport was found guilty of attempted theft. A judge sentenced King to a year in the House of Correction, suspended for two years, and issued a $250 fine. King was charged Dec. 23, 2014 in Claremont after police said she walked out of Walmart with store merchandise valued at $347 without paying for it.

— Laura King, 28, of 13 Park Ave., Apt. 3, Claremont was found guilty of attempted theft and was issued a $1,000 fine, with $900 of it suspended for two years. King was charged Sept. 8, 2015 in Claremont after police said she walked out of Walmart with store merchandise valued at $82.66 without paying for it. The items included an iPad cover and baby pacifiers.

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