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 the Franklin County Superior Court.

Joshua P. Allen, 23, Farmington, criminal forfeiture of property, dismissed.

Niles E. Azevedo, 36, Jay, operating after habitual offender revocation and violating condition of release on April 30, both charges dismissed.

Rhonda L. Beisaw Dewildt, 51, Wilton, refusing to submit to arrest or detention, escape, criminal trespass and two counts of assault on March 24, found guilty on all charges, sentenced to 45 days at the county jail for each on first, second and third charges; fined $300 and sentenced to 45 days at the county jail for each on fourth and fifth charges.

Steven M. Belanger, 36, Auburn, criminal trespass on Oct. 10, 2006, dismissed.

Cory Bellefeuille, 26, Farmington, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer on Dec. 24, 2006, and cultivating marijuana on Jan. 31, found guilty on both charges, sentenced to two years at the state prison with all but 90 days suspended and two years probation on first charge; fined $400 on second charge.

Vance Billings, 31, Miniturn, Colo., probation violation on an Oct. 1, 2004, assault on an officer charge, sentenced to seven days at the county jail and probation partially revoked and continued.

Paul J. Brackett, 34, Farmington, operating after habitual revocation, with two priors, and violating condition of release on July 2, both charges dismissed.

David M. Charron Jr., 20, Rumford, two counts of allowing a minor to possess or consume liquor by a minor on July 9, found guilty on both charges, fined $1,000 and sentenced to 30 days at the county jail for each charge.

Thomas R. Cook, 27, Fayette, violating condition of release on Aug. 5, dismissed.

Timothy R. Darnell, 30, Avon, probation violation on a Jan. 7 assault charge, sentenced to four days at the county jail and probation partially revoked and continued.

Roxanne C. Dupree, 45, East Dixfield, operating under the influence on Feb. 10, found guilty, fined $500 and license suspended 90 days.

Robert S. Florian, 34, New Sharon, aggravated assault and assault on Dec. 20, 2006, found guilty on both charges, fined $300, sentenced to five years at the state prison with all but one year suspended and three years probation on first charge; fined $300 and sentenced to 180 days at the county jail on second charge.

Sarah M. Forbes, 44, Farmington, manslaughter and operating under the influence, resulting in death, on Feb. 23, first charge dismissed; found guilty on second charge, fined $2,100, sentenced to five years at the state prison with all but one year suspended, three years probation, license suspended 10 years, registration suspended, and to perform 20 hours community service.

Michael W. Gatcomb Jr., 24, Fayette, violating condition of release and criminal threatening on Aug. 28, both charges dismissed.

Rashawn T. Harrison, 24, Patterson, N.J., assault and criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon on March 22, found guilty on both charges, fined $300, sentenced to four years at the state prison with all but three years suspended and two years probation on first charge; sentenced to four years at the state prison with all but three years suspended and two years probation on second charge.

Felicia Jewell, 20, Jay, assault on Feb. 9, found guilty, fined $300 and sentenced to 48 hours at the county jail.

Richard W. Kelly III, 22, Temple, assault and furnishing liquor to a minor on May 28, both charges dismissed; also charged with five counts of violating condition of release on Sept. 10, found guilty on all charges, sentenced to 90 days at the county jail with all suspended and one year probation for each charge.

Lee E. Lowell, 39, Farmington, criminal invasion of computer privacy on Dec. 19, 2006, found guilty, fined $500.

Almond F. Meader, 59, Dixfield, two counts of unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs on May 12, first charge dismissed; found guilty on second charge, fined $400 and sentenced to six months at the county jail.

Michael V. Mears, 20, Augusta, aggravated criminal trespass, assault and criminal mischief on Jan. 24, found guilty on first and second charges, sentenced to two years at the state prison with all but nine months suspended, two years probation and restitution of $1,463; second charge dismissed.

Julia L. Murray, 27, Farmington, criminal trespass on Dec. 11, 2006, filed with cost of $400.

Nicholas C. Smith, 25, North Anson, probation violation on a Oct. 13, 2006, assault charge, sentenced to 90 days at the county jail and probation revoked.

Benjamin Soho Girardin, 22, New Sharon, assault on Nov. 28, 2006, found guilty, fined $500.

Christyne L. Stevens, 23, Dryden, probation violation on a Aug. 12, 2006, operating under the influence, with one prior, charge, sentenced to five days at the county jail and probation partially revoked and continued.

James A. Tucci III, 22, Anson, trafficking in prison contraband, unlawful possession of a scheduled drug and disorderly conduct on June 24, first charge dismissed; found guilty on second and third charges, sentenced to 90 days at the county jail for each charge.

James A. Tucci III, 22, Anson, theft by unauthorized use of property on June 17, found guilty, sentenced to one year at the state prison.

Joshua K. Welch, 27, Jay, unlawful sexual contact on May 10, dismissed.

Timothy D. Witham, 21, East Wilton, probation violation on a March 16, 2004, sentenced to six months at the county jail and probation partially revoked and continued.


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