NEWPORT — The following cases were heard at Newport Circuit Court during the week ending Nov. 30:

Charles Morrison, 43, 6 Winter Hill, Grantham, pleaded guilty to reckless operation Sept. 26 at Grantham, was fined $500 and his license revoked for 60 days. A charge of Driving Under the Influence-Impairment, was withdrawn.

Samara Mace, 15, 67 Province Road, Goshen, pleaded guilty to possession of tobacco by a minor Oct. 1 and was fined $100, suspended for one year on good behavior.

Adam Hooper, 35, 40 Beech St., Newport, pleaded guilty to violation of a protective order Nov. 19 in Newport and was sentenced to12 months at the Sullivan County House of Corrections with five days of pretrial confinement credit and recommended for the TRAILS program.

Mark Prunk, 58, 225 Brothers Road, Hartland, pleaded guilty to Driving Under the Influence Sept 28 in Sunapee, was fined $500 and his license revoked for nine months. A charge of acts prohibited, possession of marijuana under his control in excess of three-quarters of an ounce was placed on file without a finding.

Christopher Bato, 23, 3 Blodgett Landing Road, Newbury, pleaded guilty to driving after suspension in New London and was fined $250. A charge of operating with a suspended vehicle registration was placed on file without a finding for one year.

Kyle Currier, 17, 5 Paradise Road, Newport, pleaded guilty to reckless operation Sept. 2 in Newport, was fined $500 and his license revoked for 60 days.

A charge of driving after suspension against Frank J Penney, 43, 80 Park Ten Road, Newbury, Sept. 15 in Newbury was withdrawn

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