A Marlow woman convicted of defrauding the state health department out of more than $20,000 was among those sentenced recently in Cheshire County Superior Court in Keene.

Jessica J. Gray, 28, pleaded guilty to committing welfare fraud, a felony, between October 2013 and December 2016. According to sentencing documents, she intentionally failed to disclose her spouse’s income to illegally obtain medical and food stamp benefits totaling $20,819.41. She was sentenced to 360 days in jail, all suspended for three years, and ordered to pay restitution to the N.H. Department of Health and Human Services equal to the amount she received in improper benefits. She was also ordered to perform 80 hours of community service.

Other cases recently sentenced include:

Christopher M. Lacroix, 26, whose address is listed in sentencing documents as the county jail, pleaded guilty to selling and possessing fentanyl, both felonies, on separate instances in Keene in January. For selling fentanyl, he was sentenced to 12 months in jail, credited for 103 days of time served and will be eligible for release in July, if he has been admitted to the Cheshire County Behavioral Health Court program. He will be placed on probation for three years upon release, and he was levied $620 in fines and penalties, all suspended for five years. He was also ordered to pay $100 in restitution to the Keene Police Department.

On the possession charge, he was sentenced to three to six years in N.H. State Prison, all suspended for six years and consecutive to the previous sentence. He was ordered to pay $620 in fines and penalties, all suspended for five years.

Eric J. Smith, 19, of Sullivan pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of theft by unauthorized taking. According to sentencing documents, he took property, including a cellphone charger, an Apple watch, a GPS, a speaker and an FM transmitter belonging to Miranda Haddock, Alexis Ames, Katie Johnson, Logan Raymond and Alexander Rodrigue, from motor vehicles parked in a Keene State College lot in October. He was sentenced to 360 days in jail, with all but seven suspended for two years, and placed on probation for two years.

He also pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of criminal mischief stemming from this incident, for damaging vehicles belonging to Kiana Marsh, Paula Osman and Rodrigue. According to sentencing documents, he damaged Marsh’s rear-view mirror, the weather stripping on Osman’s car door and Rodrigue’s trunk. He was sentenced to 360 days in jail, all suspended for two years and consecutive to his previous sentence. He was ordered to pay $962.06 in restitution to Rodrigue. Restitution is to be paid by Smith and Aiden Pratt, should the latter be convicted in the case, though the documents do not indicate how Pratt is alleged to be involved.

As part of a plea agreement, prosecutors dismissed one felony charge and 10 misdemeanor charges of theft by unauthorized taking, as well as three charges of criminal mischief and one of receiving stolen property, all misdemeanors.

Zachary P. Wilkins, 24, of Jamaica, Vt., pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated and possessing an illegal drug, both misdemeanors, in Keene in March. On the DWI charge, he was levied $620 in fines and penalties, and his driver’s license was suspended for nine months. On the drug charge, he was sentenced to 12 months in jail, all suspended for two years, and levied $434 in fines and penalties, also suspended for two years. Sentencing documents do not indicate what drug he was convicted of possessing.

Travis Dalling, 37, of Marlow pleaded guilty to possessing an illegal drug, a misdemeanor, in Keene in August. He was sentenced to 12 months in jail, all suspended for three years, and levied $434 in fines and penalties, also suspended for three years. He was placed on probation for two years. Sentencing documents do not indicate what drug he was convicted of possessing.

Prosecutors dismissed a felony charge of possession of alprazolam.

Jamie L. Eddy, 37, of Charlestown pleaded guilty to possessing an illegal drug in February. She was sentenced to 12 months in jail, all suspended for three years, and levied $434 in fines and penalties, also suspended for three years. Sentencing documents do not indicate where this crime took place or which drug she possessed.