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:

Timothy A. Koehler, 25, Farmington, operating an unregistered ATV on July 7, offense committed, fined $100.

Richard Ladd, 24, New Sharon, assault on July 10 and violating condition of release on Aug. 21, first charge dismissed; found guilty on second charge, fined $250 with all suspended.

James Langlois, 58, Etna, N.H., operating under the influence on July 3, sent to jury trial.

Timothy Egan Lee, 30, Gardiner, operating under the influence on Aug. 11, sent to jury trial.

Eric Stephen Letalien, 32, Dixfield, negotiating a worthless instrument on April 12, found guilty, fined $500.

Michael Lewis, 20, Windham, assault, terrorizing and disorderly conduct on Sept. 19, all charges sent to jury trial.

Kenneth B. Loftus, 19, Kingfield, possession of liquor by a minor on July 21, offense committed, fined $200.

Derek Luker, 18, Farmington, unlawful use of license on July 25 and sale and use of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana on July 24, found guilty on first charge, fined $200; offense committed on second charge, fined $300; third charge dismissed.

Richard J. Mailhot, 50, Sanford, unlawful use of bait in artificial lure only water on Aug. 17, found guilty, fined $100.

Douglas Marble, 29, New Portland, attaching false plates on July 31, found guilty, fined $75.

David W. Martineau, 39, Leominster, Mass., operating under the influence on July 21, sent to jury trial.

Andrew W. McGregor, 36, San Francisco, Calif., operating while license suspended or revoked on Dec. 20, 2004, waived, fined $200.

Steven Mears, 19, Jay, violating condition of release on June 16, dismissed.

John W. Menthe Jr., 30, Dixfield, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer on Jan. 12, 2006, dismissed.

Curt Mercer, 21, Phillips, assault and disorderly conduct on July 28, both charges sent to jury trial.

Tamara Lynn Miles, 32, Norway, burglary of a motor vehicle and theft by unauthorized taking or transfer on Aug. 17, first charge dismissed; found guilty on second charge, fined $150.

David Mills, 62, Farmington, operating under the influence and violating condition of release on Sept. 9, and operating under the influence and violating condition of release on Sept. 15, all charges sent to jury trial.

Willard N. Monroe, 51, Dallas Plantation, operating an unregistered ATV on Aug. 4, offense committed, fined $100.

Carl A. Morin, 43, Wilton, assault and allowing a minor to possess or consume liquor on April 20, and violating condition of release on July 16, and Aug. 3 and 10, first and second charges dismissed; found guilty on third charge, fined $100; fourth and fifth charges dismissed.

James J. Nault, 65, Farmington Falls, stalking and terrorizing on April 23, first charge dismissed; found guilty on second charge, to perform 50 hours community service within four months; also charged with operating while license suspended or revoked and refusing to sign a criminal summons on Jan. 24, found guilty on first charge, fined $250; second charge dismissed; and threatening display of weapon on June 2, dismissed; and violating condition of release on May 23, June 2 and July 4, found guilty on all charges, to perform 50 hours community service within four months for each charge; and disorderly conduct and violating condition of release on Aug. 23, found guilty on both charges, sentenced to eight days for each charge.

Jeremy O. Nightingale, 21, Jay, operating while license suspended or revoked, with prior, on July 30, sent to jury trial.

Michael E. Oneill, 48, Stratton, violating condition of release on June 6, sent to jury trial.

Jason M. Packer, 36, Wareham, Mass., operating while license suspended or revoked on July 28, found guilty, fined $250.

James R. Parlin, 40, Jay, assault on Aug. 18, found guilty, fined $300, sentenced to 90 days with all suspended and one year probation.

Laura E. Paskell, 20, Kingfield, possession of liquor by a minor on July 21, offense committed, fined $200.

Natasha Perkins, 24, Waterville, criminal speed on Aug. 3, dismissed.

Clyde L. Pingree II, 42, Wilton, operating under the influence on Aug. 13, sent to jury trial.

Robert E. Pinkham, 24, Sidney, attaching false plates on Oct. 12, found guilty, fined $150.

Jason E. Plog, 27, Avon, operating a vehicle without a license on July 13, dismissed.

Serge Prevost, 36, Marbleton, Canada, driving to endanger, dismissed.

Justin A. Quamme Widmer, 22, Chesterville, operating while license suspended or revoked, with prior, and possession of marijuana on Aug. 17, found guilty on first charge, fined $500; second charge dismissed.

Stephanie R. Randles, 36, Dryden, kindling fire without permission on June 23, found guilty, restitution of $200 and unconditional discharge.

Steven B. Rogers, 40, Rangeley, operating under the influence on Aug. 24, transferred to Superior Court.

Richard Rose, 47, Carrabassett, terrorizing on Aug. 12, transferred to Superior Court.

Toby N. Rose, 42, operating while license suspended or revoked on July 28, found guilty, fined $250.

Jonathan M. Ross, 25, Wilton, operating under the influence, with prior, on May 27, found guilty, fined $700, sentenced to seven days, license suspended 18 months and registration suspended.

Kimberly A. Ross, 41, Fayette, violating condition of release on Aug. 4, found guilty, fined $250.

Marcella A. Savage, 62, Farmington, barking dog on Aug. 14, found guilty, fined $50.

Michael S. Schanz, 38, Raymond, operating an unregistered ATV on Sept. 2, offense committed, fined $100.

Jay Sengsavang, 22, Augusta, sale and use of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana on June 15, fined $300 by default on first charge; fined $350 by default on second charge.

Joshua Settle, 34, Farmington, violating condition of release on Oct. 3, sent to jury trial.

Tyler R. Shorty, 19, Oakland, operating an unregistered ATV on Sept. 9, waived, fined $100.

Peter R. Simpson, 38, Belgrade, fishing without a valid license on Sept. 2, waived, fined $100.

Matthew D. Smith, 26, Farmington, criminal mischief on July 5, dismissed.

Lawrence E. Stanley, 37, Buckfield, failing to extinguish fire on June 29, 2006, found guilty, fined $100.

Nathan A. Stuart, 28, Industry, operating while license suspended or revoked, with prior, on June 25, found guilty, fined $700.

Matthew Theriault, 23, Lewiston, operating while license suspended or revoked on March 7, sent to jury trial.

Oscar O. Thompson II, 35, Wilton, probation violation on the Jan. 30 assault charge and April 18 violating condition of release charge, probation revoked for each charge.

Nicole L. Toothaker, 31, West Farmington, endangering the welfare of a child on Feb. 7, dismissed.

John Trask, 36, Jay, driving to endanger on April 7, found guilty, fined $900 and license suspended 30 days.

Earl T. Veary, 81, Eustis, kindling fire without a permit on May 10, found guilty, fined $100.

Verso Paper, Jay, failing to carry trip permit in vehicle on June 27, waived, fined $250.

Daniel E. Villacci, 46, New Portland, violating condition of release on Aug. 28, dismissed.

Thomas Ward, 32, Auburn, operating a vehicle without a permit on July 22, found guilty, fined $150.

Sinkinson Thai H. Wright, 30, Industry, operating under the influence on Aug. 17, sent to jury trial.

Nicole Y. Wyman, 34, Jay, assault on Sept. 8, sent to jury trial.

Clover L. York, 42, Jay, operating while license suspended or revoked on April 15, found guilty, fined $250.


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