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Sex assault nets 40-year-old time in prison

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Posted: Sunday, July 29, 2012 8:30 am

A New York man has been sentenced to state prison time after pleading guilty to sexually assaulting a girl under age 13 in Keene last year.

Timothy Wilson, 40, of Queens pleaded guilty in Cheshire County Superior Court to aggravated felonious sexual assault and was sentenced to 21/2 to 10 years in prison. He was credited with 265 days served while awaiting resolution of his case and ordered to have no contact with the victim.

An additional charge of aggravated felonious sexual assault was dismissed.

Other recently resolved Superior Court cases include:

u Darcy R. Wilson, 27, of Troy was sentenced to a year in jail, all suspended, after pleading guilty to selling the drug buprenorphine in 2010.

u Christopher Foster Jr., 24, of 15 Mechanic St., No. 1, Keene, was sentenced to a year in jail for violating his probation from a 2010 theft conviction. He was credited with 174 days served while awaiting resolution of his case.

He pleaded guilty to possessing marijuana from January and was sentenced to an additional year in jail, all suspended on condition he enter a drug rehabilitation program. He was fined $500 plus court fees.

He also pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana with intent to sell from September, and was sentenced to a year in jail, all suspended. He was also placed on probation for two years and fined $500 plus court fees.

He pleaded guilty to possessing cocaine, also from September, and was sentenced to three to six years in prison, all suspended, and consecutive to his other sentences. He was also fined an additional $500 plus court fees.

An additional charge of possessing marijuana with intent to distribute was dismissed.

u Karen S. Davis, 37, of Keene was sentenced to two to five years in prison after pleading guilty to forgery from August 2011 in Alstead and Drewsville. She was credited with 179 days served pretrial, and the sentence is concurrent to one she is serving in Sullivan County, according to court documents.

She was ordered to pay $78.96 in restitution to the Alstead Village Market and the Drewsville General Store.

u Thomas Rogers, 26, of Boscawen was sentenced to one to three years in prison for selling heroin in May 2011 in Keene. He was fined $350 plus court fees, all suspended, and credited with 315 days served while awaiting resolution of his case. He was also ordered to pay $180 restitution to the N.H. Drug Task Force.

He also pleaded guilty to misdemeanor theft and was sentenced to a year in jail, all suspended except for the time already served, and ordered to pay $75 restitution to Don’s Auto in Westmoreland.

Rogers also pleaded guilty to two counts of possessing a drug with intent to distribute and was sentenced to two to four years in prison, all suspended, and was fined $350 plus court fees, also suspended.

Two counts each of possessing heroin; selling heroin; and theft were dismissed.

u Nathan Stack, 22, of Swanzey was fined $500 plus court fees for violating his probation from a conviction for receiving stolen property from 2008. Court records don’t say how he violated his probation.

u Timothy P. Jordan, 63, formerly of Keene, was sentenced to one to five years in prison for failing to register as a sex offender with Bedford police, according to court documents. He was sentenced in 2005 for aggravated felonious sexual assault, according to court documents.

u Jason Porter, 36, of 9 Merchant St., No. 3, North Walpole, was sentenced to a year in jail for driving in North Walpole in January after being certified a habitual offender of motor vehicle laws. He was credited for 13 days already served and placed on probation for three years.

He was also allowed to apply for home confinement with electronic monitoring after four months.

u Shana Squires, 23, of Swanzey was sentenced to six months in jail, all suspended, for violating her probation from a 2011 conviction for attempted possession of cocaine. She was ordered to attend a 28-day drug treatment program, or her sentence will be imposed.

u Charges of simple assault and obstructing report of a crime against Monya Mooney, 34, of 4 Nelson St., Troy, were remanded to district court.

u Christopher Goldschmidt, 18, of Athens, Vt., was sentenced to a year in jail, with 10 months suspended, for three burglaries from October 2011 in Westmoreland. He was also placed on probation for two years and credited for seven days served. He was ordered to pay $435 restitution for the break-in at the Summit Steakhouse.

Police have linked Goldschmidt to a group they say is responsible for more than 100 burglaries in several states.

u Richard Talbot, 42, of 52 Goodell Ave., Swanzey, was sentenced to a year in jail, all suspended, after pleading guilty to two counts of possessing marijuana from 2010. He was fined $500, plus court fees, and an additional $500, plus court fees, all suspended, and ordered to undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation.

Two charges of growing marijuana were dismissed by prosecutors.

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