LEWISTON – The following cases were closed recently in 8th District Court.

Michele Nagy, 20, Leeds, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer on June 3, found guilty, fined $100.

Phillip Nault, 27, Derry, N.H., operating while license suspended or revoked and unlawful use of a license on Nov. 14, 2004, found guilty on first charged, fined $600; second charge dismissed.

April Nelson, 27, Brewster, N.Y., operating under the influence on Aug. 26, found guilty, fined $500 and license suspended 90 days.

Tara Neuschwanger, 27, Auburn, operating under the influence on Aug. 28, found guilty, fined $500, sentenced to two days and license suspended 90 days.

David Nevedomsky, 50, Waterville, operating under the influence on Aug. 27, found guilty, fined $500, sentenced to two days and license suspended 90 days.

David Nielson, 42, Lewiston, criminal mischief on Sept. 25, found guilty, fined $75 and ordered to pay $441 restitution.

Michelle O’Donnell, 41, Turner, displaying a fictitious vehicle certificate on Aug. 23, found guilty, fined $75.

Sean O’Brien, 18, Lewiston, possessing liquor by a minor on Sept. 3, fined $200 by default.

Michelle Olds, 40, Lewiston, assault on Aug. 21, dismissed.

Mohamed Omar, 27, Lewiston, violating condition of release, disorderly conduct, and terrorizing on Nov. 3, found guilty on all charges, sentenced to five days for each charge.

Kim Ouellette, 37, Lewiston, replacement fee for library property of $71.90 on Aug. 27, offense committed, fined $50 and ordered to pay $71.90 restitution.

P.R. Cyr Trucking, Sabattus, defective steer control component rule violation on Sept. 30, found guilty, fined $100.

Scott Packard, 41, Monmouth, unlawful possession of a scheduled drug, violating condition of release, operating while license suspended or revoked and operating under the influence with one prior on Sept. 8, 2004, all charges dismissed.

Timothy Packard, 21, Lewiston, violating condition of release on Oct. 29, found guilty, sentenced to 24 hours.

Timothy Packard, 21, Auburn, charged with assault on Oct. 26, found guilty, fined $300.

Donna Pagnani, 23, Lewiston, disorderly conduct on Sept. 3, sent to jury trial.

Alfred Palmer, 51, Auburn, aggravated trafficking of scheduled drugs and two counts of aggravated furnishing of scheduled drugs on Sept. 21, all charges transferred to Superior Court.

Roland Paradis, 45, Lewiston, unlawful possession of a scheduled drug and sale and use of drug paraphernalia on July 23, first charge dismissed; offense committed on second charge, fined $300.

Mario Parent, 35, Livermore Falls, assault on Sept. 17, sent to jury trial.

Michael Park, 21, Lewiston, terrorizing on Sept. 1, found guilty, sentenced to 120 days with all suspended and one year probation.

Paul Parker Jr. 46, Poland, assault on Sept. 4, found guilty, fined $300, sentenced to 220 days with all suspended and two years probation.

Paul Parker Jr., 46, New Gloucester, violating condition of release on Oct. 6, dismissed.

Mindy Parlin, 20, Randolph, burglary on Oct. 29, transferred to Superior Court.

Bryan Parnell, 18, Hanover, Mass., possessing liquor by a minor on Oct. 1, offense committed, fined $200.

Joshua Parsons, 18, Winthrop, possessing liquor by a minor on Sept. 23, offense committed, fined $200.

Derek Paterson, 44, Rockland, operating under the influence with one prior and operating while license suspended or revoked on Oct. 31, found guilty on both charges, fined $700, sentenced to 14 days, license suspended 18 months and registration suspended on first charge; fined $600, sentenced to seven days and license suspended one year on second charge.

Jeremy Patten, 26, Turner, disorderly conduct on Sept. 3 and violating condition of release on Nov. 6, found guilty on both charges, fined $75 on first charge; sentenced to 24 hours on second charge.

Jeffrey Payeur, 25, Livermore Falls, operating after registration suspended on Sept. 2, found guilty, fined $100.

Aaron Pepin, 19, Lewiston, operating a vehicle without a license on April 18, 2001, found guilty, sentenced to 24 hours.

Nicole Perkins, 19, Poland, transporting liquor by a minor and possessing liquor by a minor on Aug. 23, first charge dismissed; offense committed on second charge, fined $200.

Charity Pike, 26, Auburn, aggravated criminal trespass on Oct. 30, transferred to Superior Court.

Matthew Piper, 34, Auburn, violation of a protective order on June 5, dismissed.

Kristi Poland, 25, Leeds, assault on Aug. 6, dismissed.

Tyler Poland, 19, Greene, criminal speed on Aug. 12, dismissed.

Mark Pontbriand, 26, Lewiston, operating a vehicle without a license on Sept. 7, found guilty, fined $100.

Mark Potvin Sr., 39, Lewiston, operating under the influence with two priors on Aug. 20, sent to jury trial.

Daniel Poulin, 37, Leeds, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer and theft by deception on Aug. 8, both charges transferred to Superior Court.

Dannilee Poulin, 39, Sabattus, operating an unregistered ATV on Aug. 19, dismissed.

Julie Pratt, 30, Lewiston, assault on Sept. 27, found guilty, fined $300.

Miriam Prestridge, 24, Lewiston, theft of services on Aug. 6, dismissed.

April Proctor, 29, Lewiston, operating under the influence on April 30, found guilty, fined $600 and license suspended 90 days.

Danny Pulk, 21, Auburn, disorderly conduct on Sept. 11, found guilty, fined $75.

Gary Pulsifer, 24, Topsham, permitting unlawful use on Sept. 22, found guilty, fined $100.

Heather Quintal, 28, Lewiston, operating under the influence on Aug. 11, found guilty, fined $500 and license suspended 90 days.

R. L. Gustus & Son Construction, Sabattus, inadequate safety device rule violation on Aug. 26, found guilty, fined $100.

Christian Raisakis, 36, Lewiston, theft of services on July 27, found guilty, ordered to pay $6 restitution.

Michael Rancourt, 23, Lewiston, violating condition of release on Nov. 22, found guilty, sentenced to three days.

David Randall, 36, Auburn, gross sexual assault on Oct. 7, transferred to Superior Court.

Lisa Randall, 45, Monmouth, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer on Aug. 31, transferred to Superior Court.

Patrick Randall, 19, Brunswick, attaching false plates on June 24, dismissed.

William Randi, 19, Lewiston, possessing liquor by a minor on Sept. 2, offense committed, fined $200.

Lana Raubeson, 54, Lisbon Falls, unlawfully permitting operation of an ATV on Sept. 18, fined $100 by default.

Graham Raymond, 20, Westfield, Mass., possessing liquor by a minor on Oct. 1, offense committed, fined $200.

Jennifer Raymond, 22, Lewiston, violation of a protective order on Sept. 2, found guilty, fined $75.

Robin Reagan, 52, Lisbon, leaving the scene of a motor vehicle accident on Sept. 24, found guilty, fined $100.

Michael Reaves, 25, Lewiston, theft by receiving stolen property on Aug. 27, found guilty, sentenced to 10 days.

Earle Reckards, 55, Wilton, violation condition of release and operating while license suspended or revoked on Oct. 14, both charges dismissed; also charged with operating while license suspended or revoked and operating under the influence on Nov. 13, 2004, found guilty on both charges, fined $250 on first charge; fined $700, sentenced to 14 days, license suspended 18 months and registration suspended on second charge.

Michael Reed, 19, Lewiston, assault on Sept. 1, found guilty, fined $300.

Alexander Reese, 19, Lewiston, possessing liquor by a minor on Sept. 23, offense committed, fined $200.

Justin Reynolds, 22, Lewiston, sale and use of drug paraphernalia on Sept. 15, fined $350 by default.

David Ritchie, 47, Auburn, violating condition of release on Nov. 10, found guilty, sentenced to 48 hours.

Carrie Roberts, 27, Washington, possession of marijuana on Sept. 13, offense committed, fined $350.

Joshua Roberts, 21, Leeds, disorderly conduct on Sept. 24, found guilty, fined $75.

David Robertson, 39, Leeds, violating a protective order and violating condition of release on Aug. 9, found guilty on both charges, fined $100 for each charge.

Joshua Robertson, 26, Lisbon Falls, two counts of assault and endangering the welfare of a child on Oct. 30, all charges sent to jury trial.

Rodney Robichaud, 35, Auburn, operating while license suspended or revoked on May 13, found guilty, fined $600 and sentenced to five days.

Brian Robinson, 47, Auburn, disorderly conduct on Aug. 17, sent to jury trial.

Kayla Robinson, 18, Durham, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer on Oct. 3, found guilty, fined $100 and ordered to pay $5.96 restitution.

Dawn Rossignol, 31, Lewiston, operating while license suspended or revoked on Sept. 13, found guilty, fined $600.

Kristina Rousseau, 26, Sabattus, attaching false plates on May 22 and operating while license suspended or revoked on Sept. 24, found guilty on both charges, fined $75 on first charge; fined $250 on second charge.

Alan Roy, 25, Lewiston, violating condition of release on Nov. 9, found guilty, sentenced to 14 days.

Louis Roy, 44, Sabattus, assault on Nov. 18, found guilty, fined $400 and sentenced to 20 days.

Wayne Rucker, 25, Lewiston, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer on Sept. 11, transferred to Superior Court.

John Rundin, 25, Auburn, operating after registration suspended on Oct. 4, found guilty, fined $100.

David Ruppert, 31, Portland, criminal speed on Aug. 22, dismissed.

John Ryan, 22, Vienna, criminal speed on May 16, found guilty, fined $300.

Mohamed Said, 24, Lewiston, disorderly conduct on March 12, found guilty, sentenced to 24 hours.

Ahmed Samater, 46, Lewiston, charged with assault and violating condition of release on Aug. 12 and desecration and defacement on Sept. 2, first and second charges transferred to Superior Court; third charge dismissed.

Monica Sanders, 33, Bartlett, Tenn., attaching false motor vehicle plates on June 4, 2004, found guilty, fined $100.

Brandon Sanford, 23, Auburn, eluding an officer on Aug. 13, transferred to Superior Court.

Brandi Saucier, 30, Lewiston, burglary on Sept. 9, transferred to Superior Court.

Karen Sawyer, 28, Buckfield, violating condition of release on Oct. 12, dismissed.


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