FARMINGTON – The following cases were closed recently in 12th District Court:

Scott W. Morton, 41, Oakland, violating a fishing rule on May 28, offense committed, fined $50.

John Nolan Murray, 24, Leominster, Mass., operating an unregistered ATV on June 24, fined $100 by default.

Valerie R. Nadeau, 20, Bangor, possession of liquor by a minor on April 15, offense committed, fined $200.

James J. Nault, 65, Farmington Falls, violating condition of release on July 31, found guilty, sentenced to 48 hours.

Michael David Nevedomsky, 19, New Vineyard, possession of liquor by a minor and possession of marijuana on April 28, offense committed on both charges, fined $200 on first charge; fined $350 on second charge.

Richard M. Newcomb, 46, Fairfield, operating under the influence on April 13, found guilty, fined $500, sentenced to 48 hours and license suspended 90 days.

Kevin B. Newman, 28, Somerville, Mass., operating under the influence on April 15, sent to jury trial.

Derek S. Nile, 45, New Vineyard, fishing violation of number, amount, weight or size and possession of fish in violation on July 14, both charges waived, fined $360 on first charge; fined $140 on second charge.

Erik A. Noll, 27, Wilton, three counts of keeping an unlicensed dog on June 11, fined $125 by default for each charge.

Leo A. Norton, 22, Dryden, operating after registration suspended on May 29, found guilty, fined $300.

Timothy Nurse, 32, Wilton, criminal trespass and disorderly conduct on May 27, first charge dismissed; found guilty on second charge, fined $400.

Michael E. ONeill, 48, Farmington, assault on Feb. 25, filed with no cost.

David J. Oakes, 46, Dixfield, operating a vehicle without a license on May 25, dismissed.

James D. Oakes, 27, Farmington, operating after registration suspended on June 2, found guilty, fined $150.

Michael J. O’Brien, 67, Jay, operating under the influence and operating while license suspended or revoked on July 3, found guilty on both charges, fined $500 and license suspended 90 days on first charge; fined $250 on second charge.

Scott D. Olafsen, 21, Farmington, criminal trespass on April 28, found guilty, fined $100.

Scot R. Oldham, 26, Livermore, operating under the influence, with one prior, on March 11, sent to jury trial.

Richard Oliver, 39, North Jay, assault on Nov. 15, found guilty, unconditional discharge.

Dustin N. Osborne, 26, Industry, kindling fire without a permit on April 22, waived, fined $100.

Joshua Oliver Osborne, 26, Farmington, criminal speed on July 4, dismissed.

Daniel P. Ouellotte, 20, Augusta, sale and drug paraphernalia on June 24, fined $350 by default.

Kevin M. Paine, 19, possession of marijuana on June 17, offense committed, fined $350.

Daniel R. Palmer, 54, Farmington, assault on Dec. 1, dismissed.

Melissa A. Pare, 32, Farmington, operating while license suspended or revoked on March 11, filed with no cost.

Danielle N. Parker, 22, Athol, Mass., fishing without a valid license on July 12, waived, fined $100.

Joshua D. Parker, 19, Weld, possession of marijuana on April 21, dismissed.

William J. Parker, 28, Wilton, violating condition of release on Sept. 4, found guilty, fined $100.

Christopher L. Parsons, 26, Lewiston, operating under the influence, with prior, on June 9 and July 3, found guilty on both charges, fined $700, sentenced to seven days and license suspended 18 months on first charge; fined $700, sentenced to 30 days with all but seven days suspended, one year probation and license suspended 18 months on second charge.

James D. Paul, 37, Kingfield, disposing of lighted material on May 10, found guilty, restitution of $198.

Cassandra M. Perne, 22, Bryant Pond, assault on May 5 and violating condition of release on May 18, first charge sent to jury trial; found guilty on second charge, sentenced to 48 hours.

Stanley E. Peters, 44, Kingfield, disorderly conduct on May 20 and June 9, and protective order from harassment violation and violating condition of release on June 23, found guilty on first, second and third charges, fined $100 on first charge; fined $250 for each on second and third charges; fourth charge dismissed.

Joshua W. Phillips, 28, Dryden, disorderly conduct and violating condition of release on April 19, found guilty on both charges, sentenced to seven days for each charge.

Sandra L. Pierce, 42, Wilton, negotiating a worthless instrument on April 27, found guilty, fined $100 and restitution of $29.30.

John Pillsbury, 43, Phillips, kindling fire without permission on May 27, offense committed, fined $100.

Thomas M. Pillsbury, 19, Strong, littering and disposal of offal littering, offense committed on both charges, fined $100 for each charge.

Duane M. Pinkham, 50, Phillips, cruelty to animals on March 13, dismissed.

Patrick Pinkham, 20, Industry, operating while license suspended or revoked and operating after registration suspended on July 17, found guilty on first charge, fined $250; second charge dismissed.

Timothy P. Plympton, 28, Buxton, kindling fire without permission on May 26, found guilty, fined $100.

Deanna D. Portie, 35, Jay, allowing a dog to be at large on May 7, offense committed, fined $50.

Sabel M. Pratt, 21, New Vineyard, operating under the influence on July 4, sent to jury trial.

Christopher E. Prior, 19, Farmington, stalking on March 27 and violating condition of release on April 7, both charges dismissed.

Edwin Pulk, 48, Carthage, littering on May 10, filed with no cost.

Kyle Purington, 19, Chesterville, operating after registration suspended on May 19 and violating condition of release on March 31, found guilty on both charges, fined $100 on first charge; sentenced to 48 hours on second charge.

Brian K. Ranger, 50, Livermore Falls, assault on May 12, filed with no cost.

Kenneth C. Ranger, 32, Jay, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer on April 18, found guilty, fined $100.

Mario Raymond, 43, Saint Georges, Del., operation 14 hour rule violation on May 10, waived, fined $250.

Glen C. Reynolds, 47, Kingfield, sale and use of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana on April 14, fined $300 by default on first charge; fined $350 by default on second charge.

Jonathan D. Richard, 23, Wilton, possession of marijuana on May 3, offense committed, fined $350.

Lacey L. Richard, 21, Mexico, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer on May 13, found guilty, fined $200.

Peggy S. Richard, 23, Avon, possession of marijuana on Feb. 11, offense committed, fined $350.

Terri Richard, 41, Livermore Falls, criminal trespass on Aug. 1, found guilty, fined $75.

Tammy Richardson, 37, Farmington, operating while license suspended or revoked on May 27, dismissed.

Jessica L. Rickards, 22, Phillips, operating a vehicle without a license on May 28, found guilty, fined $100.

Manford E. Rideout, 69, Gray, violating condition of release on July 14, dismissed.

Michael A. Rines, 32, Skowhegan, operating while license suspended or revoked and sale and use of drug paraphernalia on April 14, found guilty on first charge, fined $250; offense committed on second charge, fined $300.

Robert M. Rivard, 22, Jay, unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs, cultivating marijuana and sale and use of drug paraphernalia on May 9, first charge dismissed; found guilty on second charge, fined $500; offense committed on third charge, fined $300.

Clayton N. Roberts, 75, Rangeley, unlawfully trolling fish on June 11, offense committed, fined $100.

Carlos W. Rodriguez, 30, Nantucket, Mass., fishing without a valid license on May 6, found guilty, fined $100.

Kevin E. Rodriguez, 40, Mexico, failure to register a vehicle on July 3, found guilty, fined $75.

Manuel D. Rodriguez, 29, Lisbon Falls, operating while license suspended or revoked on June 8, found guilty, fined $250.

Delbert R. Rogers, 46, Wilton, kindling fire without permission on May 26, found guilty, fined $75.

Ken A. Rolbieki, 38, Stratton, operating an unregistered ATV on July 7, waived, fined $100.

Christian Roney, 31, Kingfield, violating condition of release on June 9, found guilty, sentenced to seven days.


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