FARMINGTON – The following cases were recently closed in 12th District Court:

Daniel A. Nash, 40, of New Portland was charged with burglary of a motor vehicle and aggravated criminal trespass on Feb. 14 in New Sharon. Probable cause was found for both charges.

Christopher Q. Nault, 35, of Farmington was charged with obstructing the reporting of a crime Dec. 29 in Farmington. A 180-day sentence was suspended and he was placed on probation for one year and ordered to make restitution of $65.72. For a charge of escape Dec. 29 in Farmington, a 180-day sentence was suspended and he was placed on probation for one year and ordered to make restitution of $65.72.

Christopher Q. Nault, 35, of New Sharon was charged with driving under the influence Jan. 17 in Farmington. He was fined $400 and his license was suspended for 90 days. A charge of driving without proof of financial responsibility Jan. 17 in Farmington was dismissed. For a charge of failing to stop for an officer Jan. 17 in Farmington, all but 48 hours of a 180-day sentence was suspended, and he was placed on probation for one year and ordered to make restitution of $65.72. For a charge of violating condition of release Jan. 17 in Farmington, he was sentenced for 48 hours.

Benjamin J. Newton, 26, of Whitefield was charged with tampering with a witness, informant, juror or victim April 20 in Farmington. The case was dismissed. For a charge of terrorizing April 20 in Farmington, all but 30 days of a 364-day sentence was suspended and he was placed on probation for one year.

Craig A. Nickel, 25, of Jay was charged with failing to notify of motor vehicle accident April 24 in Jay. He was fined $250.

Matthew Nickerson, 19, of Kingfield was charged with driving under the influence, three counts of unlawful possession of scheduled drug and a charge of driving without a license Feb. 14 in Kingfield. All five charges were transferred to Superior Court.

Matthew Nickerson, 19, of Kingfield was charged with the illegal transportation of drugs by a minor Feb. 14 in Kingfield. The case was dismissed. For a charge of being a minor transporting liquor Feb. 14 in Kingfield, he was fined $100 and his license was suspended for 30 days.

Joseph W. Nida, 27, of West Farmington was charged with being a sex offender who failed to register or update information April 21 in Farmington. He was fined $200.

Lee M. Nile, 49, of East Wilton was charged with driving a watercraft without safety equipment June 29 in Lang Township. He was fined $100.

North Center Foodservice of Augusta was charged with rule violation for insecure adjustable axles March 11 in Wilton. The company was fined $100.

Timothy Nurse, 29, of Wilton was charged with refusing to submit to arrest or detention July 25 in Farmington. He was sentenced for 30 days and his probation was partially revoked.

Timothy Nurse, 29, of Wilton was charged with driving under the influence April 17 in Farmington. He was fined $600, sentenced for seven days and his license was suspended for 18 months. For a charge of driving a vehicle without a license April 17 in Farmington, he was fined $100.

Michael C. Nuzzo, 44, of Jay was charged with allowing a minor to possess liquor May 9 in Jay. He was fined $1,000 and a 180-day sentence was suspended.

Thomas A. O’Keefe, 27, of Farmington was charged with driving under the influence April 3 in Farmington. The case was transferred to Superior Court.

Bruce O. O’Clair II, 23, of Warren was charged with theft by unauthorized taking or transfer April 24 in Kingfield. He was fined $100.

Thomas R. Obomsawin, 57, of North Stratford, N.H., was charged with passing a stopped school bus March 5 in Farmington. The case was transferred to Superior Court.

Oldcastle Precast Inc. of Auburn, Wash., was charged with rule violation for missing or broken brake components March 24 in Wilton. The company was fined $100.

Cara Oleksyk, 20, of Bangor was charged with being a minor transporting liquor Feb. 29 in Kingfield. Her license was suspended for 30 days and she was ordered to perform 15 hours of community service.

Burchard L. Oliver, 44, of West Farmington was charged with stealing drugs and with criminal mischief Feb. 12 in Farmington. Both charges were transferred to Superior Court.

Cynthia R. Oliver, 40, of Livermore was charged with negotiating a worthless instrument Feb. 1 in Farmington. The case was dismissed.

Victor Oliver, 20, of Farmington was charged with burglary of a motor vehicle May 28 in Jay. He was sentenced for four days and his probation was partially revoked. For a second charge of burglary of a motor vehicle May 28 in Jay, he was sentenced for four days and his probation was partially revoked.

William G. O’Neill, 43, of Stratton was charged with assault Feb. 13 in Eustis. The case was transferred to Superior Court.

Nicholas Osgood, 20, of East Dixfield was charged with driving under the influence May 7 in Farmington. He was fined $600 and his license was suspended for 90 days.

Nicholas Osgood, 20, of East Dixfield was charged with possession of marijuana March 6 in New Sharon. He was fined $200.

Eric Ouellette, 24, of Sabattus was charged with failing to extinguish fire May 30 in Eustis. He was fined $100.

John M. Paris, 40, of Readville, Mass., was charged with driving a snowmobile under the influence and with failing to comply with duty to submit Feb. 1 in Rangeley. Both charges were transferred to Superior Court.

Andrew T. Parker, 21, of Madison was charged with theft by receiving stolen property March 10 in Carrabassett Valley. He was fined $250.

Howard P. Parlin, 29, of Phillips was charged with assault Nov. 7 in Avon. The case was filed.

Kelvin D. Parlin, 46, of Farmington was charged with failing to extinguish fire April 17 in Farmington. He was fined $50 and ordered to make restitution of $632 and perform 10 hours of community service. For a charge of burning without a permit April 17 in Farmington, he was fined $50 and ordered to perform 10 hours of community service.

Ryan J. Parsons, 21, of Farmington was charged with driving under the influence March 11 in Chesterville. He was fined $400 and his license was suspended for 90 days.

Donald W. Pelham, 19, of Phillips was charged with failing to stop snowmobile Jan. 3 in Strong. The case was dismissed. For a charge of driving a snowmobile on a public way Jan. 3 in Strong, he was fined $300.

Mark A. Pelham, 42, of Madrid was charged with driving after suspension March 12 in Sandy River Plt. He was fined $200.

Mark A. Pelham, 42, of Madrid was charged with the sale and use of drug paraphernalia March 12 in Sandy River Plt. The case was dismissed.

Thomas A. Pelkey, 46, of Orland was charged with rule violation, duty status not current June 3 in Wilton. He was fined $250.

Mario Andre Pepin, 44, of Lac Megantic was charged with kindling fire without a permit May 20 in Coburn Gore. He was fined $100.

Richard J. Pepin, 47, of Stratton was charged with driving under the influence Aug. 12 in Coplin Plt. He was fined $500 and his license was suspended for 90 days.

Adam S. Perro, 19, of Biddeford was charged with being a minor having false identification Dec. 31 in Kingfield. The case was dismissed.

Samuel J. Peters, 20, of N. Chelmsford, Mass., was charged with the sale and use of drug paraphernalia March 10 in Kingfield. The case was dismissed. For a charge of possession of marijuana March 10 in Kingfield. He was fined $200.

Zachary P. Petit, 21, of South Freeport was charged with theft of services April 17 in Carrabassett Valley. He was fined $100 and ordered to make restitution of $56.

Ronald L. Pettis, 44, of Millis, Mass., was charged with driving under the influence Jan. 1 in Rangeley. He was fined $400 and his license was suspended for 90 days. A charge of refusing to submit to arrest or detention Jan. 1 in Rangeley was dismissed.

Stephen C. Philbrick, 50, of Oquossoc was charged with an out of door burning violation May 20 in Rangeley. He was fined $100.

Jason H. Pierce, 25, of Livermore Falls was charged with burglary Oct. 15 in Wilton. Probable cause was found.

John M. Pillsbury, 40, of Phillips was charged with allowing a dog to be at large April 4 in Phillips. He was fined $75.

Cea J. Pitcher, 20, of New Vineyard was charged with two counts of cruelty to animals March 12 in Farmington. Both charges were transferred to Superior Court.

Jennifer L. Pizzi, 20, of Farmington was charged with the sale and use of drug paraphernalia Jan. 8 in Kingfield. She was fined $100. For a charge of possession of marijuana Jan. 8 in Kingfield, the case was filed.

George M. Poland, 34, of Rangeley was charged with assault Feb. 14 in Rangeley. The case was transferred to Superior Court.

Mark J. Pollard, 41, of Gray was charged with violation of rule unspecified Feb. 29 in Jay. He was fined $100.

Neil Pollis, 49, of Thomaston was charged with failing to extinguish fire May 28 in Chain of Ponds Twp. He was fined $100.

Larry N. Pond, 28, of Wilton was charged with assault March 13 in Wilton. All but 48 hours of a 60-day sentence was suspended, and he was placed on probation for one year and ordered to make restitution of $532. For a charge of criminal mischief March 13 in Wilton, all but 48 hours of a 60-day sentence was suspended and he was placed on probation for one year and ordered to make restitution of $532.

Aaron M. Porter, 25, of Stratton was charged with attaching false motor vehicle plates Jan. 27 in Stratton. He was fined $100.

Jessi A. Pratt, 19, of Weld was charged with the sale and use of drug paraphernalia March 5 in New Sharon. Pratt was fined $100. For a charge of possessing marijuana March 5 in New Sharon, Pratt was fined $200. Charges of being a minor transporting liquor and illegal transportation of drugs by a minor March 5 in New Sharon were filed.

Paul P. Pullen, 59, of Moscow was charged with rule violation for unsafe/defective vehicle April 28 in Wilton. He was fined $500.



David R. Quinn, 21, of West Buxton was charged with unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs and with criminal forfeiture of property March 13 in New Vineyard.

David R. Quinn, 21, of West Buxton was charged with the sale and use of drug paraphernalia and with possession of marijuana March 13 in New Vineyard. Both charges were dismissed.

Carlton H. Race, 82, of Farmington were charged with driving after suspension Jan. 31 in Farmington. The case was filed.

Christopher C. Rackliff, 26, of Farmington was charged with unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs, two charges of unlawful possession of scheduled drug and criminal forfeiture of property Feb. 5 in New Vineyard. All four charges were dismissed. For a charge of unlawful possession of scheduled drug Feb. 5 in New Vineyard, he was fined $400.

Jerri Rackliff, 36, of West Farmington was charged with driving under the influence April 24 in Farmington. Rackliff was fined $400 and license was suspended for 90 days.

Eric T. Rainey, 22, of Windsor was charged with driving under the influence March 27 in Farmington. He was fined $400 and his license was suspended for 90 days.

Jason R. Reckards, 24, of Dennisport, Mass., was charged with driving under the influence Jan. 19 in Farmington. He was fined $400 and his license was suspended for 90 days.

Kevin T. Reed, 36, of New Sharon was charged with being a habitual motor vehicle offender May 7 in Wilton. Probable cause was found.

Michael J. Reid, 43, of Eustis was charged with terrorizing Sept. 29 in Eustis. He was sentenced for 60 days and his probation was partially revoked.

Michael J. Reid, 43, of Stratton was charged with driving under the influence April 13 in Eustis. He was fined $600, sentenced for 10 days and his license was suspended for 18 months.

Jeffrey E. Richards, 28, of Medford, Mass., was charged with driving under the influence April 25 in Farmington. He was fined $400, sentenced for 48 hours and his license was suspended for 90 days.

Lance Richards, 28, of Lewiston was charged with harassment by telephone Sept. 14 in Farmington. A $250 fine was suspended by $100.

Cassandra A. Richardson, 30, of New Sharon was charged with driving without proof of financial responsibility May 13 in Wilton. A $200 fine was suspended by $100.

Michael K. Robert, 23, of Saco was charged with theft by unauthorized taking or transfer May 3 in Farmington. He was fined $100.

Jacob Ezra Roberts, 26, of New Sharon was charged with displaying fictitious vehicle certificate May 1 in Farmington. He was fined $150.

Jacob Ezra Roberts, 26, of New Sharon was charged with possession of marijuana Feb. 18 in Farmington. He was fined $200.

Justin J. Robichaud, 18, of Jay was charged with the sale and use of drug paraphernalia March 25 in Jay. He was fined $75.

Bobbie-Jo L. Rollins, 28, of Farmington was charged with theft of services Nov. 2 in Farmington. The case was filed.

April L. Ross, 22, of New Sharon was charged with theft by unauthorized taking or transfer March 22 in Farmington. She was fined $100.

Michael J. Rowe, 27, of Wilton was charged with failing to make oral or written accident report March 26 in Wilton. He was fined $250.

Samuel M. Ruback, 20, of Brookline, Mass., was charged with assault March 4 in Carrabassett Valley. He was fined $200.

Douglas A. Rundlett, 40, of Jay was charged with being a sex offender failing to register or update information July 12 in Jay. The case was transferred to Superior Court.

Lucinda J. Ryder, 39, of Livermore Falls was charged with driving under the influence Oct. 29 in New Vineyard. She was fined $1,000 and all but 30 days of a 270-day sentence was suspended. She was placed on probation for one year and her license was suspended for four years. For a charge of failing to stop for an officer Oct. 29 in New Vineyard, she was fined $200. A charge of driving vehicle without a license Oct. 29 in New Vineyard was dismissed.

Arthur G. Sammond Jr., 62, of Woodbridge, N.J., was charged with rule violation, duty status not current Feb. 11 in Wilton. He was fined $250.

Wade A. Savage, 29, or Errol, N.H., was charged with driving under the influence Feb. 13 in Rangeley. He was fined $400, sentenced for 48 hours and his license was suspended for 90 days.

Heidi Savoy, 23, of Wilton was charged with driving after suspension April 20 in Wilton. She was fined $200. For a charge of attaching false motor vehicle plates April 20 in Wilton. She was fined $150.

Steven M. Seamons, 33, of Farmington was charged with theft of services Dec. 30 in Farmington. He was fined $50 and ordered to make restitution of $242.37.

Christopher G. Shaw, 19, of Turner was charged with driving after suspension Nov. 18 in Farmington. He was fined $200.

Christopher G. Shaw, 19, of Turner was charged with theft by unauthorized taking or transfer Dec. 2 in Farmington. He was fined $100.

Maurice R. Shaw, 71, of Livermore Falls was charged with failing to yield March 30 in East Wilton. The case was transferred to Superior Court.

Jeremy E. Shields, 24, of Norridgewock was charged with forgery Nov. 18 in Carrabassett Valley. The case was transferred to Superior Court.

Trista Sibulkin, 20, of Farmington was charged with driving after suspension Feb. 29 in New Sharon. She was fined $200.

Adam I. Simpson, 25, of Kingfield was charged with driving under the influence Feb. 14 in Kingfield. He was fined $400 and his license was suspended for 90 days.

Thaniel C. Smith III, 27, of Farmington was charged with cruelty to animals April 30 in Phillips. He was fined $75.

Benjamin P. Soho-Girardin, 18, of Waterville was charged with assault Nov. 30 in Jay. He was sentenced for 40 days and his probation was revoked. For a second charge of assault Nov. 30 in Jay, he was sentenced for 120 days and his probation was partially revoked. For a charge of violating condition of release Nov. 30 in Jay, he was sentenced for 120 days and his probation was partially revoked.

Benjamin P. Soho-Girardin, 18, of Wilton was charged with assault March 6 in Farmington. The case was transferred to Superior Court.

Shawn M. Spaulding, 18, of Mexico was charged with possession of marijuana Jan. 24 in Carthage. He was fined $200.

Philip A. Spencer, 29, of Freeport was charged with driving under the influence April 17 in Coplin Plt. The case was transferred to Superior Court.

Marc D. St. Peter, 21, of Chesterville was charged with failing to kindle in prudent manner April 9 in Chesterville. He was fined $100.

Kevin A. Stanley, 38, of Farmington was charged with disorderly conduct March 16 in Farmington. He was fined $75.

Thedore P. Stanwood, 33, of Salisbury, Mass., was charged with violation of rule unspecified March 6 in Rangeley. He was fined $100.

Jason R. Starbird, 21, of Wilton was charged with driving after suspension March 7 in Farmington. He was fined $200.

Tricia D. Stevens, 36, of Farmington was charged with disorderly conduct Dec. 17 in Farmington. She was sentenced for 20 days and her probation was partially revoked.

Tricia D. Stevens, 36, of Farmington was charged with driving under the influence May 31 in Avon. She was fined $600 and all but 20 days of a 180-day sentence was suspended. She was placed on probation for one year and her license was suspended for 18 months. For a charge of driving a vehicle without a license May 31 in Avon, she was fined $200.

Danielle J. Stewart, 25, of Livermore Falls was charged with driving after suspension April 3 in Chesterville. She was fined $200, sentenced for 48 hours and was ordered to perform 40 hours of community service.

Thomas J. Stires, 29, of Jay was charged with driving to endanger March 12 in Jay. He was fined $250 and his license was suspended for 30 days.

Linda S. Stoddard, 51, of West Ripley was charged with driving under the influence May 6 in Dallas Plt. The case was transferred to Superior Court.

Kenneth Storer, 23, of Wilton was charged with violating condition of release Feb. 28 in Kingfield. He was fined $100.

Kenneth Storer, 23, of Wilton was charged with the sale and use of drug paraphernalia Feb. 28 in Kingfield. The case was dismissed. For a charge of possession of marijuana Feb. 28 in Kingfield, he was fined $200.

Matthew J. Storer, 31, of Mexico was charged with the sale and use of drug paraphernalia March 14 in Carthage. He was fined $100. For a charge of possession of marijuana March 14 in Carthage, he was fined $200.

Lisa Ann Strother, 39, of New Sharon was charged with allowing a dog to be at large March 19 in New Sharon. She was fined $50.

Lisa Ann Strother, 39, of New Sharon was charged with allowing a dog to be at large April 17 in New Sharon. A $100 fine was suspended by $25. For a second charge of allowing a dog to be at large April 17 in New Sharon, a $100 fine was suspended by $25.

Tracy M. Sullivan, 42, of Kingfield was charged with negotiating a worthless instrument June 12 in Farmington. The case was filed.

Tristan A. Swanson, 21, of Farmington was charged with driving under the influence Feb. 20 in Farmington. The case was transferred to Superior Court.

Tristan A. Swanson, 21, of Farmington was charged with unlawful possession of scheduled drug and with violating condition of release April 27 in Farmington. Both charges were transferred to Superior Court.

Donn W. Sweetser Jr., 45, of Phillips was charged with driving under the influence April 17 in Avon. He was fined $600, sentenced for seven days and his license was suspended for 18 months.

T & R Flagg Logging of Livermore was charged with rule violation for missing or broken brake components Feb. 20 in Rangeley. The company was fined $100.

Julie A. Taylor, 31, of Lewiston was charged with driving after suspension March 25 in Farmington. The case was filed.

Telemark LLC of Milo was charged with rule violation for missing or broken brake components March 24 in Wilton. The company was fined $100.

Brandy L. Therrien, 24, of Mexico was charged with driving after suspension Feb. 15 in Carthage. The case was filed.

Scott C. Therrien, 35, of Wilton was charged with driving under the influence, driving after suspension and failing to stop for an officer Feb. 27 in Jay. All three charges were transferred to Superior Court.

Melinda E. Tibbetts, 33, of Unity was charged with aggravated forgery Jan. 20 in New Sharon. The case was transferred to Superior Court.

Timber Express Trucking of Kingfield was charged with failing to have vehicle inspected Feb. 6 in Farmington. The company was fined $70.

Todd D. Toothaker, 22, of Farmington was charged with terrorizing and with violating condition of release March 28 in Farmington. Both charges were transferred to Superior Court.

Matthew H. Towle, 21, of Andover was charged with driving under the influence April 16 in Farmington. He was fined $400, sentenced for 48 hours and his license was suspended for 90 days.

Daniel A. Tracy, 19, of New Sharon was charged with failing to notify owner of property damage accident March 9 in Jay. He was fined $150. For a charge of leaving the scene of a motor vehicle accident March 9 in Jay, he was fined $150.

Michael B. Tracy, 39, of Wilton was charged with driving under the influence March 4 in Farmington. The case was transferred to Superior Court.

Michael B. Tracy, 39, of Wilton was charged with aggravated furnishing or scheduled drugs March 4 in Farmington. Probable cause was found.

Kelly J. Trenoweth, 24, of Livermore Falls was charged with driving after suspension May 21 in Jay. He was fined $250.

Ernest A. Tripp, 37, of Jay was charged with theft by unauthorized taking or transfer and with forgery Jan. 3 in Jay. Both charges were dismissed.

Stephen Tripp, 21, of Strong was charged with burglary and with burglary of a motor vehicle Aug. 9 in Jay. Both charges were transferred to Superior Court.

Glenn M. Turbide, 38, of Dixfield was charged with burning without a permit May 29 in Weld. He was fined $50.

Kelo S. Turcotte, 24, of Lisbon Falls was charged with violating fish limits June 30 in Rangeley. He was fined $120.

Josh Tyler, 20, of Farmington was charged with violation of rule on worms in fly fishing area only May 15 in Avon. He was fined $50.

Linwood E. Tyler, 82, of Kingfield was charged with failing to extinguish fire June 9 in Kingfield. He was fined $100.

Elizabeth Valdez, 24, of Augusta was charged with negotiating a worthless instrument Oct. 18 in Farmington. She was fined $100 and ordered to make restitution of $254.02.

Kristi VanBlarcom, 25, of Jay was charged with criminal threatening April 26 in Jay. She was sentenced for 30 days and her probation was revoked.

Bruce K. Vasvary, 22, of Oakland was charged with theft of services April 10 in Carrabassett Valley. He was fined $100.

James Verrill, 23, of Manchester was charged with assault Jan. 19 in Farmington. The case was dismissed.

Dwayn E. Virgin, 40, of Carthage was charged with eluding an officer April 27 in Carthage. The case was transferred to Superior Court.

Jason Vitale, 25, of Augusta was charged with harassment by telephone May 26 in Jay. He was sentenced for four days.

Tyrell Waldon, 20, of Jay was charged with criminal mischief and with criminal trespass Dec. 28 in Jay. Both charges were transferred to Superior Court.

Victor B. Wallace, 20, of New Vineyard was charged with driving after suspension April 22 in New Vineyard. He was fined $200. For a charge of failure to register vehicle April 22 in New Vineyard, he was fined $100.

Michael Watson, 20, of Farmington was charged with assault March 21 in Wilton. The case was dismissed. For a charge of disorderly conduct March 21 in Wilton, he was fined $500.

Wayne Division Dressor Equipment Group of Somersworth, N.H., was charged with driving without registration/reciprocity March 11 in Wilton. The company was fined $250.

Wayne R. Wyman Trucking of Skowhegan was charged with rule violation for missing or broken brake components June 3 in Wilton. The company was fined $100.

Scott L. Webber, 21, of New Vineyard was charged with disorderly conduct April 18 in Chesterville. The case was dismissed.

Scott L. Webber, 21, of New Vineyard was charged with the sale and use of drug paraphernalia April 18 in Chesterville. He was fined $150.

Anna H. Weber, 20, of Princeton, N.J., was charged with disorderly conduct March 28 in Farmington. She was fined $100.

John P. Webster, 34, of Jay was charged with driving under the influence Dec. 11 in Wilton. He was fined $400 and his license was suspended for 90 days.

Stephen E. Welch, 35, of Chesterville was charged with attaching false motor vehicle plates March 31 in Chesterville. He was fined $100.

Joseph A. Weston Jr., 43, of Jay was charged with assault May 26 in Jay. The case was transferred to Superior Court.

Thomas T. Westwig, 31, of Westbrook was charged with driving without a license expired more than 90 days March 25 in Farmington. He was fined $150.

Dana R. White, 35, of North New Portland was charged with driving under the influence April 11 in Kingfield. He was fined $400, sentenced for 48 hours and his license was suspended for 90 days.

Deborah A. White, 43, of Strong was charged with driving under the influence April 4 in Farmington. She was fined $400, sentenced for 48 hours and her license was suspended for 90 days.

Derrick C. White, 19, of Fayette was charged with criminal trespass April 3 in Carrabassett Valley. He was fined $125.

Steven H. White, 49, of Phillips was charged with attaching false motor vehicle plates Feb. 24 in Phillips. He was fined $75.

Arthur Lee Williams, 44, of Portland was charged with assault May 2 in Phillips. A 90-day sentence was suspended and he was placed on probation for one year. Charges of criminal threatening and criminal mischief May 2 in Phillips were dismissed.

Bryan J. Williams, 42, of Jay was charged with violating condition of release Nov. 11 in Jay. He was sentenced for six months.

Bryan J. Williams, 42, of Jay was charged with violating protective order Nov. 15 in Jay. He was sentenced for eight months.

Bryan J. Williams, 42, of Jay was charged with violating protective order Nov. 19 in Jay. He was sentenced for six months. For a charge of violating condition of release Nov. 19 in Jay, he was sentenced for six months.

Keith R. Williams, 20, of Farmington was charged with speeding 30 plus mph over speed limit April 3 in Wilton. He was fined $400.

Charlotte C. Williamson, 59, of New Vineyard was charged with driving under the influence Oct. 17 in Farmington. She was fined $400, and a 90-day sentence was suspended. She was placed on probation for one year, and her license was suspended for 90 days.

Jason T. Williamson, 20, of Farmington was charged with aggravated furnishing of scheduled drugs June 15 in Farmington. The case was transferred to Superior Court.

Trinity Wilson, 28, of Dixfield was charged with the sale and use of drug paraphernalia and with possession of marijuana March 5 in Wilton. Both charges were filed.

Jason G. Wing, 28, of Strong was charged with assault Feb. 14 in Rangeley. The case was transferred to Superior Court.

Peter V. Winslow, 42, of New Sharon was charged with indecent conduct March 15 in Farmington. The case was transferred to Superior Court.

Kerra L. Wohlleb, 20, of Bath, N.H., was charged with disorderly conduct March 28 in Farmington. She was fined $100.

Kerra L. Wohlleb, 20, of Lyman, N.H., was charged with driving under the influence April 10 in Farmington. She was fined $400, sentenced to Androscoggin County Jail for 96 hours and her license was suspended for 90 days.

Woodpecker Logging Inc. of North Anson was charged with rule violation for missing or broken brake components March 24 in Wilton. The company was fined $100. For a charge of violation of fuel use identification decals regulation March 24 in Wilton, the company was fined $250. For a charge of failing to have vehicle inspected March 24 in Wilton, the company was fined $70. For a charge of failure to register vehicle March 24 in Wilton, the company was fined $100.

Christopher B. Worthley, 20, of Strong was charged with theft by unauthorized taking or transfer Jan. 24 in Farmington. The case was dismissed.

Wyman Trucking of Madison was charged with rule violation for missing or broken brake components March 24 in Wilton. The company was fined $100.

Michael A. York, 45, of Waterville was charged with violating protective order and with violating condition of release April 15 in Jay. Both charges were transferred to Superior Court.


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