Farmington – The following cases were closed recently in Franklin County Superior Court:

Christopher S. Abbott, 35, Carthage, criminal threatening, illegal possession of firearm or crossbow, assault, first charge dismissed, found guilty of second charge; sentenced to 90 days, third charge fined $300.

Mark A. Abreo, 21, Jay, assault, disorderly conduct, first charge dismissed, second charge found guilty, fined $200.

Sarah B. Anderson, 26, Farmington Falls, operating under the influence, found guilty, fined $500, license suspended for 90 days.

John A. Barnes, 54, Chesterville, criminal mischief, found guilty, fined $200.

Jessica A. Barrington, 25, Jay, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, unlawful possession of scheduled drug, filed with no cost.

Rhonda L. Beisaw Dewildt, 50, Wilton, assault, refusing to submit to arrest or detention, disorderly conduct, first and second charge dismissed, found guilty of third charge, sentenced to 30 hours of community service within 2 months.

Michael J. Belanger, 43, Kingfield, obstructing report of crime, dismissed.

Dennis C. Blake, 51, Freeman Township, falsifying physical evidence, found guilty, fined $200.

Paul Boudrea, 23, Strong, criminal trespass, filed, fined $250.

Tanya Boutelle, 44, Jay, acquiring drugs by deception, forgery, both charges dismissed.

Jonathan A. Brathwaite, 21, Farmington, assault, refusing to submit to arrest or detention, criminal trespass, first charge dismissed, found guilty of second and third charges, sentenced to 24 hours at the county jail.

Michael J. Brigham, 56, New Vineyard, operating under the influence, found guilty, fined $750, sentenced to 96 hours, license suspended 90 days.

Charles H. Brown Jr., 59, Phillips, operating under the influence with one prior, operating vehicle without license-conditional/restricted, driving to endanger, first and second charge dismissed, third charge found guilty, fined $575, license suspended 30 days.

Martin D. Brown, 43, Chesterville, illegal possession of firearm or crossbow, assault, sentenced to 364 days, all but 30 days suspended, probation for 2 years.

Michael A. Bryant, 35, Farmington, reckless conduct, reckless conduct, assault, terrorizing, threatening display of weapon, first charge found guilty and sentenced to 364 days all suspended with 2 years probation, second, third and fifth charge dismissed, fourth charge found guilty and sentenced to 364 days suspended with 2 years probation.

Andrew J. Buonanno, 20, Avon, unlawful furnishing scheduled drug, found guilty, sentenced to 48 hours, fined $1,500.

Philip W. Caldwell Jr., 23, Chesterville, passing a roadblock, operating under the influence, refusing to submit to arrest or detention, criminal mischief, driving to endanger, first and fourth charge dismissed, found guilty of second charge, sentenced to 270 days suspended, 1 year probation, license suspended for 90 days, third charge found guilty, sentenced to 30 days, fifth charge found guilty, fined $575, license suspended 30 days.

Shane K. Campbell, 34, Wilton, driving to endanger, dismissed.

Richard Caron, 33, Farmington, unlawful sexual contact, unlawful sexual touching, unlawful sexual touching, all charges dismissed.

David M. Charron Jr, 19, Farmington, four counts of furnishing liquor to a minor, dismissed, two counts of allowing a minor to possess or consume liquor, found guilty, sentenced to 14 days and fined $2,000.

David D. Charron Jr, 19, Farmington, operating while license suspended, found guilty, fined $250.

Matthew J. Childs, 24, Temple, false public alarm or report, driving to endanger, failing to make oral or written accident report, first charge dismissed, second charge found guilty, fined $575, license suspended 30 days, third charge found guilty, fined $200.

Kathleen A. Clement, 47, Farmington, operating under the influence with one prior, violating condition of release, driving to endanger, first charge dismissed, second charge found guilty, sentenced to 7 days, third charge found guilty, license suspended 30 days, fined $575.

Trisha L. Clough, 20, Farmington, two counts of unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs, criminal forfeiture of property, unlawful possession of scheduled drug, first charge dismissed, second charge found guilty, sentenced to 364 days all but 21 days suspended, restitution $120, community service 50 hours within 9 months, third charge forfeited, fourth charge found guilty, sentenced to 364 days all but 21 days suspended, restitution $120, community service 50 hours within 9 months.

Jerome R. Cole Jr., 30, New Vineyard, operating after habitual offender revocation-prior, operating under the influence, one prior, theft by unauthorized use of property, first charge found guilty, sentenced 6 months, second charge found guilty, fined $700, sentenced 7 days, license suspended 18 months, third charge dismissed.

David A. Cook, 48, Jay, operating under the influence, found guilty, sentenced to 48 hours, license suspended 90 days.

Kevin E. Cook, 36, Phillips, unlawful furnishing scheduled drug, dismissed.

Yvon J. Couillard, 55, Jay, operating under the influence with one prior, operating vehicle without license, first charge found guilty, sentenced to 6 months, second charge dismissed.

Daniel J. Crosby, 35, Weld, threatening display of weapon, found guilty, fined $300.

Franklin L. Cushman, 43, Phillips, harassment, filed with no cost.

Karen L. Cutchin, 32, Jay, acquiring drugs by deception, found guilty, sentenced to 9 months 1 day all suspended, probation 1 year, restitution $205.

Karen L. Cutchin, 32, Farmington, trafficking in prison contraband, two counts of unlawful possession of scheduled drug, violating condition of release, all charges dismissed.

Robert K. Cyr, 21, Farmington, operating under the influence, operate vehicle without license/restriction, first charge found guilty, fined $500, license suspended 90 days, restitution $300, second charge dismissed.

James M. Daniels, 20, Farmington, burglary, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, first charge dismissed, second charge found guilty, sentenced to 120 days all suspended, probation 1 year.

James M. Daniels, 20, burglary of a motor vehicle, criminal mischief, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, first charge dismissed, second charge found guilty, sentenced to 120 days all suspended, probation 1 year, third charge found guilty, sentenced 120 days all suspended, probation 1 year.

Jason Deliello, 19, Farmington, 2 counts of unlawful possession of scheduled drug, found guilty, sentenced to 96 hours and fined $500.

Sean Diaz, 23, Temple, threatening display of weapon, found guilty, fined $250.

Travis N. Dove, 31, Carthage, aggravated criminal trespass.

Gregory Ferreri, 32, Rangeley, criminal threatening with dangerous weapon, sentenced to 5 years all but 18 months suspended, probation 2 years.

Gregory Ferreri, 32, Avon, assault, sentenced to 6 months.

Gregory Ferreri, 32, Rangeley, terrorizing, sentenced to 6 months.

Gregory Ferreri, 32, Rangeley, two charges of violating condition of release, sentenced to 3 years all suspended, probation 2 years.

Sarah M. Forbes, 43, Farmington, operating under the influence-injury, dismissed.

Delton A. Foss, 28, Farmington, assault, dismissed.

Bridgette P. Gervais, 28, Farmington, trafficking in prison contraband, unlawful furnishing scheduled drug, unlawful furnishing scheduled drug, violating condition of release, first charge dismissed, second charge found guilty sentenced to 270 days all suspended probation 1 year, third charge dismissed, fourth charge found guilty sentenced to 30 days.

Cary Wayne Gifford, 51, New Sharon, operating under the influence with one prior, driving to endanger, dismissed.

Andrea J. Gould, 32, Farmington, two counts of acquiring drugs by deception, one count dismissed, second count found guilty fined $250.

Ellen Grant, 59, New Sharon, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, dismissed.

Joshua “Josh” L. Haines, 20, Avon, operating under the influence, operating while license suspended or revoked-OUI, furnishing liquor to a minor, motor vehicle speeding: 30 mph over speed limit, violating condition of release, first charge found guilty sentenced to 6 months, all but 10 days suspended, fined $500, license suspended 90 days; second charge dismissed; third charge found guilty, fined $300; fourth and fifth charge dismissed.

Kirk Hamel, 34, Farmington, driving to endanger, dismissed.

Douglas W. Hanson, 31, Farmington, failing to report, found guilty, sentenced to 90 days.

Seth Hinkley, 20, Salem, assault, probation revocation, sentenced to 200 days, probation partially revoked.

James D. Hodges, 34, Chesterville, assault, violating condition of release, dismissed.

Nicole E. Hoffman, 27, Farmington, escape, falsifying physical evidence, refusing to sign criminal summons, violating condition of release, first, second, and third charge dismissed; fourth charge found guilty.

Nicole E. Hoffman, 27, Industry, assault, endangering the welfare of a child, first charge found guilty; second charge dismissed.

Guy Hunnewell, 65, Farmington, driving to endanger, dismissed.

Krista Hyson, 19, Farmington, two counts of unlawful possession of scheduled drug, first charge found guilty fined $300, sentenced to 24 hours; second charge dismissed.

Robert C. Johnson, 36, Jay, assault, criminal mischief, first charge found guilty sentenced to 7 days; second charge dismissed.

Robert C. Johnson, 36, Farmington, violating condition of release, dismissed.

Michael P. Kittredge, 25, Jay, operating under the influence with two priors, operating vehicle without license-condition/restricted, first count found guilty, sentenced to 18 months, all but 30 days suspended, fined $1,100; second charge dismissed.

Leo W. Langdon, 19, Phillips, eluding an officer, driving to endanger, failing to stop for officer; first count dismissed; second count found guilty, fined $575, license suspended 30 days; third charge found guilty, sentenced to 48 hours, license suspended 30 days.

Joseph P. Laub, 47, Farmington, operating under the influence, found guilty, sentenced 7 days, license suspended 90 days, fined $700.

Donald C. Leblond, 47, Farmington, assault, filed with no cost.

Dean E. Martin Jr., 33, Farmington, assault, found guilty, fined $300.

Stephen B. McCarthy Jr., 29, Carrabassett Valley, burglary, probation revocation, sentenced 90 days, probation partially revoked, probation continued.

Faye P. McLain, 42, Wilton, operating under the influence with one prior, operating vehicle without license-conditional/restriction, failing to make oral or written accident report, failing to notify of motor vehicle accident; first count found guilty, fined $600, sentenced 7 days, license suspended 18 months; second, third, fourth charge dismissed.

Matthew McLarnon, 26, Farmington, criminal trespass, criminal threatening with dangerous weapon, assault, criminal restraint; first charge found guilty, sentenced to 270 days all suspended probation 2 years; second charge dismissed; third charge found guilty, fined $300, sentenced 270 days all suspended, probation 2 years; fourth charge dismissed.

Roger W. Mitchell, 43, Farmington, assault, disorderly conduct; first charge dismissed; second charge found guilty, fined $200.

Shawn A. Mitchell, 22, Strong, criminal trespass, filed.

Carl A. Morin, 42, Farmington, operating under the influence, unlawful possession of scheduled drug, operating vehicle without license, failure to stop, provide information, criminal mischief; first charge found guilty, fined $500, sentenced 48 hours, license suspended 90 days; second and third charge dismissed; fourth charge found guilty, sentenced to 48 hours.

Clancy William Morton, 21, Carthage, unlawful sexual contact, dismissed.

Matthew J. Moscillo, 19, Carthage, assault, criminal mischief, violating condition of release, aggravated criminal trespass; first charge dismissed; second charge found guilty, sentenced 30 days; third charge found guilty, sentenced to 30 days; fourth charge found guilty, sentenced to 18 months all but 120 days suspended, probation 2 years, restitution $661.

Richard Nadeau, 66, Jim Pond Township, operating under the influence, driving to endanger; first charge dismissed; second charge found guilty, fined $575, license suspended 30 days.

Daniel A. Nash, 29, New Sharon, criminal trespass, probation revocation, probation partially revoked, no sentenced imposed.

Ronald A. Nelson Jr., 33, Farmington, assault, criminal restraint, assault, criminal restraining, terrorizing, terrorizing; first count found guilty, fined $300, sentenced 120 days suspended; second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth charges dismissed.

Dustin N. Osborne, 25, Industry, assault, dismissed.

Tina Peaslee, 43, Stratton, violating condition of release, found guilty, sentenced to 30 days.

Jessica M. Perry, 30, Temple, assault, filed, sentenced $100.

Nathan D. Perry, 36, Wilton, reckless conduct, criminal threatening with dangerous weapon, assault, two counts of criminal mischief; first charge dismissed; second charge found guilty, sentenced to 18 months all but 60 days suspended, probation 2 years, restitution $601; third charge found guilty, sentenced to 60 days, fourth and fifth charges dismissed.

Melissa A. Pike, 28, Avon, unlawful furnishing scheduled drug, ARV, fined $400, sentenced 9 months all but 60 days suspended.

William C. Pressey, 50, Farmington, operating under the influence with one prior, found guilty, fined $700, sentenced 7 days, license suspended 18 months.

Cory J. Purington, 26, Temple, operating after habitual offender revocation-prior, driving to endanger, failing to make oral or written accident report; first charge found guilty, sentenced 2 years all but 9 months suspended, probation 2 years; second charge found guilty, fined $575, license suspended 30 days; third charge dismissed.

Philip J. Quirion Sr., 46, Jay, operating under the influence, reckless conduct; first charge dismissed; second charge found guilty, fined $300.

Corey D. Richard, 23, assault, dismissed.

Shawn Russell, 28, Farmington, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, criminal simulation; first charge dismissed; second charge found guilty, fined $250.

Rebecca J. Sawyer, 39, Jay, operating while license suspended or revoked, operating after registration suspended; first charge found guilty, fined $250; second charge dismissed.

Victor Jose Silva, 25, Farmington, refusing to submit to arrest or detention, dismissed.

Nicholas C. Smith, 24, Avon, assault, operating under the influence with one prior; first charge found guilty, fined $300, sentenced to 90 days all suspended, probation 1 month; second charge found guilty, fined $500, license suspended 90 days.

Charles Thaniel Smith Sr., 70, New Sharon, disorderly conduct, found guilty, unconditional discharge.


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