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

New Bern Transport Corp. of Indianapolis, Ind., was charged with a rule violation, inadequate suspension, June 9 in Wilton. The company was fined $100.

Christopher Newcomb, 30, of Livermore Falls was charged with terrorizing Oct. 21 in Jay. He was fined $100.

William Newmeyer, 19, of West Paris was charged with being a minor possessing liquor Jan. 21 in Rangeley. He was fined $200.

Benjamin J. Newton, 27, of Whitefield was charged with terrorizing April 20 in Farmington. All but 30 days of a 364-day sentence were suspended and he was placed on probation for one year.

Benjamin J. Newton, 27, of Manchester was charged with driving under the influence March 20 in Farmington. He was fined $600, sentenced to 96 hours and his license was suspended for 90 days. A charge of driving while license was suspended or revoked March 20 in Farmington was dismissed.

Benjamin J. Newton, 27, of Manchester was charged with violating condition of release April 10 in Farmington. He was sentenced to 24 hours.

Walter A. Nichols, 47, of Wilton was charged with assault April 7 in Wilton. The case was dismissed.

Jamie E. Nile, 32, of Farmington was charged with driving while license was suspended or revoked March 1 in Jay. Nile was fined $250. Nile was charged with driving while license was suspended or revoked March 29 in Farmington and fined $250.

Elmer Norton, 18, of Chesterville was charged with criminal trespass Nov. 7 in Jay. He was sentenced to 14 days.

Joshua J. Norton, 26, of Chesterville was charged with burglary and two counts of assault April 30 in Wilton. Probable cause was found for all three charges. Probable cause was also found for charges of aggravated criminal trespass and assault April 29 in Wilton.

Kevin F. Norton, 50, of Phillips was charged with violation of rules on bears Dec. 5 in Freeman Township. The case was filed.

Elizabeth J. Nunley, 20, of Wilton was charged with allowing a minor to possess or consume liquor April 29 in in Wilton. She was fined $200.

William D. O’Brien, 27, of Nobleboro was charged with failure to register vehicle Jan. 22 in Farmington. He was fined $100.

Beau J. Oliver, 21, of Kingfield was charged with criminal mischief Oct. 27 in Kingfield. The case was dismissed.

William A. Oliver, 62, of Industry was charged with driving while license was suspended or revoked Jan. 21 in Farmington. He was fined $200.

Dion R. Olmstead, 32, of Farmington was charged with driving while license was suspended or revoked Jan. 18 in New Sharon. The case was filed.

Brian J. Orr, 21, of Farmington was charged with assault Dec. 30 in Farmington. He was fined $200.

Darcy Ann Pabst, 19, of Lewiston was charged with driving while license was suspended or revoked Oct. 3 in New Sharon. She was fined $200.

Nathan E. Palmer, 22, of Lewiston was charged with burglary and with theft by unauthorized taking or transfer June 7 in Rangeley. Probable cause was found for both charges.

Thomas E. Palmer, 47, of Strong was charged with unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs March 20 in Strong. The case was transferred to Superior Court.

Michael R. Paradis, 51, of Old Orchard Beach was charged with driving an unregistered snowmobile March 5 in Strong. He was fined $100.

Joel A. Parker, 18, of Wilton was charged with snowmobile rule violation Jan. 31 in Wilton. He was fined $100.

John K. Parker, 37, of Lewiston was charged with driving under the influence April 29 in Jay. The case was transferred to Superior Court.

William Parker, 26, of Farmington was charged with obstructing public ways May 15 in Farmington. He was fined $200.

Milton R. Parlin, 49, of Livermore was charged with violating a fishing rule May 14 in Rangeley. He was fined $100.

Albert P. Passalaqua, Jr., 46, of Auburn was charged with kindling fire without a permit May 28 in Dallas Plantation. He was fined $100.

Donald W. Pelham, 20, of Phillips was charged with burning without a permit April 15 in Phillips. He was fined $100. On a charge of illegally driving power equipment April 16 in Phillips, he was fined $50.

John W. Penney, 35, of Leeds was charged with snowmobile rule violation March 13 in Temple. He was fined $100.

Peter J. Perla, 24, of Leominster, Mass., was charged with assault Dec. 31 in Rangeley. He was sentenced to 48 hours. Charges of disorderly conduct and refusing to sign criminal summons Dec. 31 in Rangeley were both dismissed.

Sarah E. Pettengill, 19, of Wayne was charged with permitting unlawful use Jan. 28 in Farmington. She was fined $200.

Kevin E. Phillips, 22, of Wilton was charged with driving under the influence April 8 in Farmington. He was fined $500 and his license was suspended for 90 days.

James M. Pilbin, 41, of Torrington, Conn., was charged with driving a snowmobile under the influence Jan. 16 in Rangeley. He was fined $400.

Jason Pillsbury, 20, of Strong was charged with snowmobile rule violation March 13 in Phillips. He was fined $50.

Kevin Place, 30, North Berwick was charged with criminal trespass Nov. 16 in Coplin Plantation. He was fined $200.

Kevin Plaisted, 39, of Wilton was charged with allowing a minor to operate an ATV in violation Feb. 5 in Wilton. He was fined $100.

Troy D. Pomeroy, 34, of Livermore Falls was charged with driving an unregistered snowmobile Feb. 16 in Farmington. He was fined $100.

Jonathon A. Pratt, 33, of Minot was charged with driving an ATV on a public way June 4 in Eustis. He was fined $100.

William Proctor, 52, of Wilton was charged with criminal trespass Feb. 17 in Wilton. The case was filed.

Justin A. Quamme-Widmer, 20, of Chesterville was charged with driving while license was suspended or revoked Feb. 3 in New Sharon. He was fined $250.

Michael D. Quinn, Jr., 34, of Dallas Plantation was charged with burning without a permit Sept. 2 in Weld. He was fined $100.


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