A Vermont man was sentenced recently in Cheshire County Superior Court in Keene for failing to provide his information to a bicyclist after hitting him.

David O. Gould, 41, of Springfield, Vt., pleaded guilty to a felony charge of conduct after an accident and driving without a valid license, a violation. According to sentencing documents, he hit John Hanley, who was riding a bicycle, with his motor vehicle, resulting in abrasions, in Chesterfield in May. Gould did not have a valid driver’s license and failed to stop and provide Hanley with his information, the documents note. On the felony charge, he was sentenced to 12 months in jail, all suspended for five years, and placed on probation for two years. He was levied $620 in fines and penalties and ordered to have no contact with Hanley.

For driving without a valid license, he was ordered to pay $310 in fines and penalties.

Other cases recently resolved include:

* Norman R. Chapman, 28, whose address is listed in sentencing documents as the county jail, pleaded guilty to disseminating private sexual images, a felony, in Cheshire County in June. According to sentencing documents, he disseminated a private image of a woman engaged in a sexual act “with the intent to harass, intimidate, threaten, or coerce” her. He was sentenced to one to four years in N.H. State Prison, all suspended for five years and consecutive to another sentence. Sentencing documents do not indicate for what crime that sentence was imposed or how long it is. He will be placed on probation for two years upon release from that sentence, and he was ordered to have no contact with the woman, except under certain conditions.

Prosecutors dismissed another felony charge of dissemination of private sexual images.

* Ellis Dixson, 33, whose address is listed in sentencing documents as the county jail, pleaded guilty to committing forgery, a felony, in Keene in January 2017. According to sentencing documents, he illegally issued a check drawn on the account of the town of Canaan, Conn. He was sentenced to 270 days in jail and credited with 106 days served while awaiting resolution of his case. He will be placed on probation for four years upon release and was ordered to pay $1,000 in restitution to Mascoma Savings Bank.

* Dakota C. Lanpher, 23, of Keene pleaded guilty to attempting to possess crack cocaine, a felony, in Keene in June. He was sentenced to two to six years in state prison, all suspended for five years, and placed on probation for five years. He was ordered to pay $434 in fines and penalties, all suspended for five years.

He also pleaded guilty to violating his probation on a felony conviction for burglary in Keene in July 2015. He was sentenced to 127 days in jail and credited with 127 days served while awaiting resolution of his case.

A felony charge of conspiracy to possess crack cocaine was dismissed by prosecutors.

* Jason D. Fournier, 38, of Manchester pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated, subsequent offense, and driving with a suspended license, both misdemeanors, in Alstead in June. On the DWI charge, he was sentenced to 60 days in jail, with 30 days suspended for one year, credited with 30 days served while awaiting resolution of his case and ordered to pay $930 in fines and penalties. His driver’s license was suspended for three years, and he was ordered to install an interlock device in his vehicle for 12 months when his license is returned. For driving with a suspended license, he was sentenced to seven days in jail and credited with seven days served while awaiting resolution of his case. He was ordered to pay $310 in fines and penalties, all suspended for one year.

Fournier also pleaded guilty to DWI, subsequent offense; driving with a suspended license; and committing unauthorized use, all misdemeanors, in Alstead in July. According to sentencing documents, while intoxicated and with a suspended license, he drove Harry Bays’ car without permission. On the DWI charge, he was sentenced to 12 months in jail, with six months suspended for three years, and credited with 42 days served while awaiting resolution of his case. He was ordered to pay $930 in fines and penalties, his driver’s license was suspended for three years, and he was ordered to install an interlock device in his vehicle for 12 months when his license is returned.

For driving with a suspended license, he was sentenced to seven days in jail and credited with seven days served while awaiting resolution of his case. He was ordered to pay $310 in fines and penalties, all suspended for one year.

For unauthorized use, he was sentenced to 12 months in jail, all suspended for five years and consecutive to his other sentences. He was ordered to be placed on probation for two years upon release, to pay $250 in restitution to Gerald Hunting and to have no contact with Hunting, although sentencing documents do not indicate why Fournier owes him restitution.

Prosecutors dismissed a felony charge of theft by unauthorized taking and misdemeanor charges of aggravated DWI, DWI and conduct after an accident.

* Zebulon Washburn, 37, of Bellows Falls pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor charges of theft by unauthorized taking. According to sentencing documents, he stole money from Neighbors convenience store in Keene in February and October. He was sentenced to consecutive one-year jail sentences. All but five days of the first sentence is deferred for five years, and all of the second is suspended for five years. He was ordered to pay $2,950 in restitution to Neighbors, to be paid in monthly installments of $200, and he was ordered to not enter the store. He will be placed on probation for two years upon his release.

A felony charge of theft by unauthorized taking was dismissed by prosecutors.

* Francis Martin, 33, whose address is listed in sentencing documents as the county jail, pleaded guilty to violating his probation in October on an August conviction for possessing fentanyl in June in Marlborough. He was sentenced to 21 days in jail and credited with 12 days served while awaiting resolution of his case. Sentencing documents do not indicate how he violated his probation.