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

Thomas E. Robinson, 23, Jay, violating condition of release on Jan. 19 and March 30, found guilty on both charges, sentenced to four days for each charge.

Samuel E. Rodriguez, 24, Lewiston, operating a vehicle without a license on Jan. 2, found guilty, fined $100.

Gromyko Rogers, 21, Lewiston, operating after registration suspended on March 5, found guilty, fined $100.

Sarah C. Rogers, 23, Lewiston, operating after registration suspended on Feb. 5, found guilty, fined $100.

Christopher L. Rollins, 25, Lewiston, operating a vehicle without a license and attaching false plates on Aug. 31, found guilty on both charges, fined $150 on first charge; fined $100 on second charge.

Christina J. Ross, 23, Leeds, criminal threatening and criminal use of a laser pointer on Dec. 28, found guilty on both charges, fined $500 and ordered to provide 20 hours community service on first charge; ordered to provide 20 hours community service on second charge.

Darrell Ross, 52, Lewiston, unlawful possession of a scheduled drug on Feb. 2, found guilty, fined $400.

Holly Ross, 24, Lisbon, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer on Sept. 16, found guilty, sentenced to two days and ordered to pay $716 restitution.

Alan James Roy, 25, Auburn, violating condition of release on April 8, found guilty, sentenced to 10 days.

Andrew R. Roy, 30, Lewiston, probation violation on a Sept. 27 criminal threatening charge, sentenced to 10 days and probation partially revoked and continued.

Jamie L. Roy, 28, Sabattus, possession of marijuana on Jan. 30, offense committed, fined $350.

Marcel R. Roy, 48, Leeds, harassment by telephone on Jan. 10, sent to jury trial.

Michael S. Roy, 22, Lewiston, obstructing government administration on Dec. 27, found guilty, fined $100.

Richard I. Roy, 18, Auburn, possession of liquor by a minor and possession of marijuana on Jan. 20, offense committed on first charge, fined $200; second charge dismissed.

Matthew Ruttenberg, 29, Auburn, negotiating a worthless instrument on Nov. 26, 2004, found guilty, fined $75 and ordered to pay $386.35 restitution.

Joshua D. Sabatino, 22, Lewiston, operating under the influence on Jan. 28, found guilty, fined $500, sentenced to 48 hours and license suspended 90 days.

Kader Said, 52, Lewiston, assault on Jan. 20, found guilty, fined $300.

Amanda L. Sampson, 26, Freeport, operating while license suspended or revoked on Feb. 10, found guilty, fined $250.

Jose R. Sauceda, 42, Auburn, assault and obstructing the report of a crime on Jan. 21, both charges sent to jury trial.

Todd G. Sears, 34, Manchester, unlawful use of a license on Jan. 1, dismissed.

David L. Shear, 22, Lewiston, allowing a minor to possess or consume liquor on Jan. 29, sent to jury trial.

Faarah M. Shide, 51, Lewiston, assault on March 19, sent to jury trial.

Nicole T. Simond, 22, Lewiston, unlawful possession of a scheduled drug on Jan. 30, found guilty, fined $400.

Charles L. Slonina Jr., 44, Winthrop, criminal mischief and criminal trespass on Feb. 24, found guilty, fined $100; second charge dismissed.

Alex Smith, 19, Mechanic Falls, possession of marijuana on March 4, offense committed, fined $350.

Douglas Steven Smith, 30, Buxton, operating under the influence on Jan. 29, found guilty, fined $500 and license suspended 90 days.

Jerome C. Smith, 27, Lewiston, probation violation on the June 26, 2005, assault charge, sentenced to 90 days and probation partially revoked.

Michael R. Somerville, 35, Laredo, Texas, duty status not current rule violation on Feb. 13, found guilty, fined $250.

Tammy L. Spence, 30, Greene, assault and disorderly conduct on Nov. 18, first charge dismissed; found guilty on second charge, fined $400.

Scott F. Sprague, 44, Durham, operating under the influence, driving to endanger, and two counts of assault on Nov. 11, first charge dismissed; found guilty on second charge, fined $575 and license suspended 30 days; third charge dismissed; found guilty on fourth charge, fined $300; also charged with sale and use of drug paraphernalia on Nov. 11, offense committed, fined $300.

Richard Senakulo, 28, Sabattus, disorderly conduct on Jan. 15, dismissed; also charged with violating condition of release, driving to endanger, and operating under the influence on March 10, found guilty on first and second charges, sentenced to two days on first charge; fined $575, sentenced to two days and license suspended 30 days on second charge.

Robert R. Stanley Jr., 41, Mechanic Falls, operating under the influence with one prior, failing to notify of motor vehicle accident, and refusing to sign a uniform summons complaint on Feb. 5, all charges sent to jury trial.

Sonia Stevens, 29, Lewiston, assault on March 18, found guilty, fined $300, sentenced to 90 days with all suspended, and one year probation.

Joseph M. Strout, 22, Lewiston, disorderly conduct on Jan. 1, found guilty, fiend $75.

Nathan D. Strout, 20, Lewiston, possession of liquor by a minor on Oct. 16, offense committed, fined $200.

Sierra Swan, 20, Auburn, operating a vehicle without a license on Dec. 31, found guilty, fined $100.

Joshua Swenson, 26, Hebron, operating after registration suspended on Feb. 4, dismissed.

Heather Tardiff, 19, Lewiston, disorderly conduct on July 27, 2005, found guilty, fined $150.

Fred Taylor III, 36, Auburn, disorderly conduct on March 22 and violating condition of release on April 5, found guilty on both charges, sentenced to 24 hours for each charge.

Stephen J. Taylor, 49, Auburn, two counts of disorderly conduct on April 7, found guilty on both charges, sentenced to three days for each charge.

Ty Taylor, 44, Lewiston, sale and use of drug paraphernalia on Feb. 19, fined $300 by default.

Christopher E. Tessier, 37, Lewiston, operating while license suspended or revoked and theft by receiving stolen property on April 14, both charges transferred to Superior Court.

Norman J. Tessier, 44, Lewiston, disorderly conduct on Dec. 26, dismissed.

Liana D. Thoits, 20, Auburn, operating while license suspended or revoked on Feb. 25, found guilty, fined $250.


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