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

Daryle Clifford Gormley, 41, Lewiston, assault on Oct. 8 and violating condition of release on Nov. 8, first charge dismissed; found guilty on second charge, sentenced to 60 days at the county jail.

James Edward Gove, 42, Lewiston, assault and theft by unauthorized taking or transfer on June 19, assault and violating condition of release on Oct. 8, and assault and criminal mischief on Nov. 2, all charges dismissed.

David L. Goyette, 20, Auburn, unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs, aggravated cultivating of marijuana, two counts of aggravated trafficking of scheduled drugs and four counts of criminal forfeiture of property on Nov. 26, found guilty on first charge, fined $400, sentenced to five years at the state prison with all but three years suspended and three years probation; found guilty on second charge, fined $400 and sentenced to two years at the state prison and three years probation; third and fourth charges dismissed; fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth charges forfeited; also charged with violating condition of release on Nov. 28 and unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs on July 20, both charges dismissed.

Mark A. Grant, 40, Litchfield, operating after habitual offender revocation, with prior, failing to stop for an officer and operating a vehicle without a license on Nov. 11, 2005, found guilty on first charge, fined $1,000 and sentenced to 28 days at the county jail; second and third charges dismissed.

Michael L. Grant, 22, Lewiston, hindering apprehension or prosecution on May 30, 2005, dismissed.

Michael D. Gray, 21, Lewiston, criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon and criminal threatening on Oct. 16, first charge dismissed; found guilty on second charge, sentenced to 79 days at the county jail.

Erik J. Grondin, 20, Lewiston, probation violation on a Feb. 9, 2006, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer charge, sentenced to 14 days at the county jail and probation partially revoked and continued.

Marc L. Guilmette, 43, Lewiston, assault on an officer on Nov. 4, 2004, and unlawful furnishing of a scheduled drug and unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs on Dec. 1, 2004, found guilty on first and second charges, sentenced to four years at the state prison with all suspended and two years probation for each charge; third charge dismissed.

Charles W. Hale, 33, Lewiston, negotiating a worthless instrument on Nov. 20, 2005, filed with no cost.

Todd Matthew Hall, 32, Auburn, burglary, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer and criminal mischief on July 22, 2005, found guilty on all charges, sentenced to three years at the state prison with all suspended, three years probation and restitution of $200 on first charge; unconditional discharge for each on second and third charges.

Christopher R. Harmon, 47, Auburn, terrorizing on Nov. 5, 2005, found guilty, sentenced to three years at the state prison with all but 30 days suspended and three years probation; also charged with unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs and illegal importation of scheduled drugs on May 25, found guilty on first charge, sentenced to three years at the state prison with all but 30 days suspended and three years probation; second charge dismissed.

Jaime Rae Healy, 25, Lewiston, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer on Sept. 9, 2004, found guilty, unconditional discharge.

Ryan S. Henson, 31, Lewiston, kidnapping, criminal threatening and assault on Nov. 29, first charge dismissed; found guilty on second and third charges, sentenced to 364 days at the county jail with all but 40 days suspended and one year probation on first charge; sentenced to 364 days with all suspended and one year probation on second charge.

Gary David Hesketh, 25, burglary, violating condition of release, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer and stalking on June 7, found guilty on all charges, sentenced to three years at the state prison with all but nine months and one day suspended and two years probation on first charge; sentenced to six months at the county jail for each on second, third and fourth charges; also charged with violating condition of release and violating a protective order on Oct. 30, both charges dismissed.

Katherine Marie Holt, 21, Lewiston, probation violation on a July 19 violating condition of release charge, sentenced to 45 days at the county jail and probation partially revoked and continued.

Samuel Hooker, 27, Lewiston, aggravated trafficking of scheduled drugs, and two counts of criminal forfeiture of property on Aug. 29 and illegal possession of a firearm or crossbow on Aug. 31, all charges dismissed.

James Howell, 22, Scottsville, Ky., probation violation on a May 2, 2003, unlawful sexual contact charge, sentenced to two years at the state prison and probation partially revoked.

Mary C. Hubbard, 47, Dixfield, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer on Feb. 9, 2005, dismissed.

Ryan L. James, 20, Sebago, two counts of burglary and three counts of theft by unauthorized taking or transfer on March 4, 2005, found guilty on first, second, third and fourth charges, sentenced to eight years at the state prison with all but 363 days suspended, three years probation and restitution of $5,372.67 for each on first, second and third charges; sentenced to 363 days at the state prison on fourth charge; fifth charge dismissed.

Jeremy James, 20, Lewiston, burglary and theft by unauthorized taking or transfer on March 20, 2006, found guilty on both charges, sentenced to 90 days at the county jail on first charge; sentenced to 30 days at the county jail on second charge.

Paul Allen Jenkins, 24, Lewiston, probation violation on May 26, 2006, assault and violating condition of release charges, sentenced to 18 months at the state prison and probation partially revoked for each charge.

Jason N. Jennings, 28, Auburn, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer on May 14, filed with no cost.

Shain R. Johnson, 25, Sanford, two counts of theft by unauthorized taking or transfer on Aug. 27, 2005, found guilty on first charge, sentenced to six months at the county jail; second charge dismissed.

William F. Jurczak, 46, Oxford, operating under the influence and driving to endanger on March 11, first charge dismissed; found guilty on second charge, fined $600 and license suspended 30 days.


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