AUBURN – The following cases were closed recently in the Androscoggin County Superior Court.

Daniel L. Poland, 52, Greene, aggravated forgery on July 6, 2004, found not guilty.

Timothy J. Richardson, 29, Greene, operating under the influence, operating after suspension, leaving the scene of a motor vehicle accident and attaching false motor vehicle plates on May 5, 2004, found guilty on first, second and third charges, fined $2,100, sentenced to 18 months at the county jail with all but six months suspended, two years probation and license and registration suspended six years on first charge; sentenced to six months at the county jail on second charge; sentenced to 90 days at the county jail on third charge; fourth charge dismissed.

Jonathan Rivera, 26, Lewiston, unlawful furnishing of a scheduled drug on July 1, found guilty, sentenced to 145 days at the county jail.

Brian Roux, 40, Auburn, assault on Nov. 7, 2004, found guilty, fined $400.

Peter D. Salvetti, 40, Lewiston, unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs and cultivating marijuana on Sept. 22, 2004, first charge dismissed; found guilty on second charge, fined $500 and sentenced to seven days at the county jail.

Justiliano Sanchez, 23, Auburn, theft by unauthorized taking and misuse of identification on July 10, both charges dismissed.

Gaylord Jermaine Stone, 33, Lewiston, operating after habitual offender revocation on Nov. 1, 2004, found guilty, fined $1,000 and sentenced to 15 days at the county jail.

Anthony Teabout, 36, East Orange, N.J., assault on Nov. 9, 2004, found guilty, sentenced to 18 months at the state prison.

Leslie F. Voltolina, 44, Mechanic Falls, assault on Sept. 8, filed with no charge.

Theresa Wooding, 25, Brunswick, forgery, theft by receiving stolen property, violating condition of release and unlawful possession of a scheduled drug on April 23, 2004, first charge dismissed; found guilty on second, third and fourth charges, sentenced to six months at the county jail with all suspended and one year probation for each charge; also charged with theft by unauthorized taking or transfer and violating condition of release on May 11, 2004, found guilty on both charges, sentenced to two years at the state prison with all suspended and two years probation on first charge; sentenced to six months at the county jail with all suspended and one year probation on second charge.


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