GLOSSARY

These legal terms are used: waived means the person charged gave up his right to appear in court; adjudicated means guilty of a civil violation; default means a person did not appear in court and the judge entered a guilty finding in the case; a finding of parole violation means a person violated a parole condition; filed means the case is to be dismissed at the end of filing period if conditions set are abided by. Court documents no longer reflect a person’s plea or their street addresses. The dates in the log are the dates of the original charge.

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

Brent A. Adams, 50, Farmington, violating condition of release on Sept. 22, found guilty, sentenced to 24 hours.

Bruce H. Adams, 57, Livermore Falls, passing a stopped school bus on June 13, sent to jury trial.

Danielle M. Adams, 20, Jay, forgery and acquiring drugs by deception on July 10, both charges dismissed.

Stephen B. Adams, 55, Wilton, allowing a minor to possess or consume liquor, sale and use of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana on March 14, first charge filed with no cost; offense committed on second charge, fined $300; third charge dismissed.

Bruce W. Arnold, 65, Stratton, cruelty to animals on March 27, dismissed.

Tonya M. Ashby, 28, Strong, keeping a dangerous dog on July 19, offense committed, fined $200.

Adam J. Avery, 20, Old Town, possession of liquor by a minor on July 25, offense committed, fined $200.

Kenneth Baker, 30, Jay, allowing a dog to be at large on July 11, waived, fined $50.

Zakariah A. Beane, 19, Farmington, possession of marijuana and possession of liquor by a minor on March 16, first charge dismissed; offense committed on second charge, fined $350.

Joseph D. Belanger, 24, Jay, operating a vehicle without a license on Aug. 13, found guilty, fined $150.

Cory Bellefeuille, 26, Farmington, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer and violating condition of release on May 7, found guilty on both charges, sentenced to 60 days for each charge; also charged with failing to extinguish fire on Aug. 29, found guilty, fined $100.

James Bellefeuille, 49, Farmington, operating a vehicle without a license on Jan. 19, found guilty, fined $100.

Ryan Bergman, 28, Jay, aggravated cultivating of marijuana and violating condition of release on Sept. 17, both charges sent to jury trial.

Richard W. Bickford, 38, Wilton, kindling fire without permission on June 23, found guilty, restitution of $200 and unconditional discharge.

April M. Blouin, 32, Farmington, operating while license suspended or revoked on July 26, filed with no cost.

Donald R. Bradeen III, 20, Carthage, attaching false plates on July 27, found guilty, fined $150.

Anthony W. Bradley, 52, Wilton, unlawful sexual touching on or about May 31 and May 21, both charges dismissed.

Ryan A. Brann, 29, Farmington Falls, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer on July 1, found guilty, fined $200 and restitution of $60.

Blaine L. Breton, 18, Wilton, fishing without a valid license on May 24, waived, fined $100.

Robert A. Brisard, 31, Bristol, failing to stop for an officer and failure to register vehicle on June 29, first charge dismissed; found guilty on second charge, fined $250.

Heather Lynn Brown, 28, Jay, operating while license suspended or revoked on June 13, found guilty, fined $250.

Donald K. Burhoe, 43, Jay, allowing a dog to be at large on July 11, fined $100 by default.

Derek S. Campbell, 21, Wilton, assault on June 24, found guilty, fined $500.

Larry R. Campbell Sr., 30, Farmington, operating under the influence on Aug. 25, found guilty, fined $500 and license suspended 90 days.

Andre G. Carrier, 33, Rumford, driving to endanger on July 31, sent to jury trial.

Robert Conklin, 28, Farmington, fugitive from justice on Sept. 9, dismissed.

Charles A. Craig, 20, Wilton, operating under the influence and driving to endanger on July 6, found guilty on first charge, fined $1,000, sentenced to 48 hours and license suspended 90 days; second charge dismissed; also charged with violating condition of release on July 14, found guilty, fined $200; and possession of liquor by a minor on May 18, offense committed, fined $200.

Justin M. Crowley Smilek, 24, Gardiner, violating condition of release and two counts of criminal mischief on Oct. 6, all charges sent to jury trial.

Danny J. Davenport, 45, Glenburn, operating under the influence, with three priors, theft by unauthorized use of property and operating while license suspended or revoked on Dec. 30, 2005, all charges dismissed.

Krysta Davenport, 18, Phillips, possession of liquor by a minor on July 21, offense committed, fined $200.

Toby J. Davis, 30, Montville, assault, criminal mischief and violating condition of release on March 28, all charges dismissed.

Marjorie L. Debrosky, 18, Livermore, operating after registration suspended on April 20, dismissed.

Michael J. Demarsh, 33, Chesterville, assault and terrorizing on Feb. 12, found guilty on both charges, fined $300, sentenced to 270 days with all but 10 days suspended and two years probation on first charge; sentenced to 270 days with all but 10 days suspended and two years probation on second charge.

Scott A. Drummond, 42, Wilton, assault and violating condition of release on Sept. 3, both charges sent to jury trial.

Carlton J. Elliott, 18, Chesterville, assault and violating condition of release on Sept. 21, found guilty on both charges, fined $300 and sentenced to 48 hours on first charge; sentenced to 48 hours on second charge.

Nicholas R. Essman, 25, West Farmington, failing to produce permit on July 17, offense committed, fined $100 and restitution of $390.

Samuel S. Farrington, 20, Jay, operating under the influence on May 5, found guilty, fined $500 and license suspended 90 days.

Donnie Fletcher, 19, Wilton, sale and use of drug paraphernalia on Aug. 6, fined $300 by default.

Tori L. Gifford, 30, Oakland, violating condition of release, operating while license suspended or revoked, with prior, and attaching false plates on Aug. 11, found guilty on first and second charges, fined $250 on first charge; fined $500 on second charge; third charge dismissed.

Juanita A. Grant, 28, Farmington, attaching false plates on July 13, waived, fined $150.

Cory Gray, 19, Jay, possession of liquor by a minor on July 12, offense committed, fined $200.

Julia Griffin, 37, Jay, operating after registration suspended on Aug. 21, dismissed.

Paul D. Griffin, 57, Sanford, unlawful use of bait in artificial lure only water on Aug. 17, found guilty, fined $100.

Joshua L. Haines, 21, Auburn, assault and violating condition of release on June 16, both charges dismissed.

Timothy M. Harvell, 40, Wilton, operating while license suspended or revoked on Aug. 26, sent to jury trial.

Amy J. Heckbert, 25, Wilton, operating under the influence on June 23, found guilty, fined $700 and license suspended 90 days.

Kevin S. Heikkinen, 19, Fayette, assault on July 4, found guilty, fined $400.

Geoffrey L. Hewey, 25, Salem Township, criminal mischief and operating under the influence on June 29, found guilty on both charges, fined $250 and restitution of $120 on first charge; sentenced to 90 days on second charge.

James D. Hodges, 35, Readfield, failing to comply with sex offender registration act on June 21, 2006, found guilty, unconditional discharge.

Leo A. Houghton, 39, Carthage, operating while license suspended or revoked on Aug. 23, found guilty, fined $250.

Kenneth W. Imlay Jr., 29, Farmington, operating under the influence and sale and use of drug paraphernalia on Aug. 4, found guilty on first charge, fined $500, sentenced to 48 hours and license suspended 90 days; second charge dismissed.

John Jackson, 26, Farmington, criminal mischief and terrorizing on Aug. 5, both charges sent to jury trial.

Felicia Jewell, 20, Wilton, allowing a minor to possess or consume liquor and furnishing liquor to a minor on May 2, first charge dismissed; found guilty on second charge, fined $500; also charged with assault and violating condition of release on July 7, found guilty on first charge, fined $300; second charge dismissed; and furnishing liquor to a minor on May 2, dismissed; and possession of liquor by a minor on July 4, offense committed, fined $250.

Robert C. Johnson, 36, Farmington, assault and violating condition of release on Sept. 9, both charges sent to jury trial.

Ryan J. Kenney, 18, Leeds, possession of liquor by a minor and possession of marijuana on July 28, offense committed on both charges, fined $200 on first charge; fined $350 on second charge.

Allison Knowles, 27, New Portland, criminal trespass on Aug. 15, found guilty, fined $250.


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