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.

David J. McGowan, 48, Naples, operating under the influence and operating while license suspended or revoked on June 30, both charges sent to jury trial.

Stephen McKeen, 57, Minot, attaching false plates on April 28, dismissed.

Thomas McKeen, 33, Turner, operating while license suspended or revoked, with prior, on March 5, found guilty, fined $600 and sentenced to 48 hours.

Anthony J. Mecham, 18, Lewiston, possession of fireworks on Oct. 5, offense committed, fined $50.

Mark A. Melanson, 23, Jay, operating under the influence on July 28, found guilty, fined $500 and license suspended 90 days.

Donald James Merrill III, 30, Auburn, sale and use of drug paraphernalia on Sept. 3, offense committed, fined $300.

Grant A. Merrill, 23, Arundel, operating while license suspended or revoked, unlawful use of license and operating after registration suspended on Jan. 29, all charges filed with no cost.

Marvin Merryman, 29, Lewiston, violating condition of release on May 20, found guilty, sentenced to 48 hours.

Matthew William Messenger, 26, Auburn, disorderly conduct due to fighting on Oct. 27, found guilty, sentenced to two days.

Edward J. Miller, 38, Sabattus, operating under the influence on Aug. 25, transferred to Superior Court.

Jason D. Miller, 27, Auburn, operating after habitual offender revocation, unlawful possession of a scheduled drug, failure to give a correct name, address and/or date of birth, and violating condition of release on Oct. 9, found guilty on first charge, fined $500, sentenced to 30 days and license suspended one year; second charge dismissed; found guilty on third and fourth charges, sentenced to 30 days for each charge.

Abdirashid I. Mohamed, 32, Portland, operating after registration suspended on Aug. 12, found guilty, fined $100.

Mohamed A. Mohamed, 25, Lewiston, assault on Aug. 12, sent to jury trial.

Jamie Brian Mondragon, 26, Lewiston, operating while license suspended or revoked on Feb. 7 and Dec. 27, 2006, found guilty on first charge, fined $600, sentenced to seven days and license suspended one year on first charge; second charge dismissed.

Justin E. Moody, 25, Lewiston, unlawful use of license on May 17, found guilty, fined $50.

Paul Philip Moreau, 38, Lewiston, operating after registration suspended on March 28, found guilty, fined $75.

Mallory D. Morgan, 18, Lisbon, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer on Aug. 31, found guilty, fined $100.

Justin K. Moriarity, 31, Portland, failing to notify of motor vehicle accident on Feb. 9, dismissed.

Errica Morin, 24, Auburn, operating while license suspended on Aug. 9, sent to jury trial.

Persey Leavitt Morin Jr., 42, Auburn, attaching false plates on Aug. 15, found guilty, fined $100.

Stacey L. Morse, 38, Lisbon, operating while license suspended or revoked, with prior, on March 13, found guilty, fined $500.

Kristen R. Moulding, 26, Lewiston, disorderly conduct on Aug. 3, found guilty, fined $150.

Jetaime M. Mungin, 21, Lewiston, disorderly conduct on Sept. 1 and violating condition of release on Sept. 29, found guilty on both charges, sentenced to two days for each charge.

James Clinton Smith Jr., 20, St. Petersburgh, Fla., operating a vehicle without a license on Dec. 22, found guilty, fined $100; also charged with criminal trespass, criminal mischief and violating condition of release on July 27, guilty on all charges, sentenced to four days for each charge.

Rodney Carl Smith, 39, Lewiston, operating a vehicle without a license and criminal speed on April 14, both charges dismissed.

Richard L. Somers, 65, Lisbon, operating under the influence on Dec. 10, 2003, guilty, fined $400 and license suspended 90 days.

Jason Soucy, 33, Sabattus, operating after registration suspended on Aug. 10, guilty, fined $100.

Robert E. Spencer, 34, Lewiston, violating condition of release on Sept. 17, guilty, sentenced to three days.

Denise M. St. Germain, 43, Greene, failing to make oral or written accident report and failing to stop, remain, render aid and/or personal injury on April 15, first charge dismissed; guilty on second charge, fined $500.

David St. Germaine, 21, Lewiston, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer and misuse of identification on May 10, guilty on both charges, sentenced to two days and restitution of $550.46 on first charge; sentenced to two days on second charge.

Nicholas L. St. Laurent, 24, Livermore, two counts of allowing a minor to possess or consume liquor on July 15, 2006, guilty on both charges, fined $300 on each charge.

Gary T. St. Pierre, 19, Durham, criminal speed on Aug. 2, guilty, fined $400.

William J. St. Pierre, 23, Lewiston, disorderly conduct on June 26, guilty, sentenced to 48 hours.

Casey J. Stanley, 26, Lewiston, criminal mischief on Oct. 21, guilty, sentenced to three days and restitution of $125.

Anthony R. Sturgis, 24, Auburn, operating under the influence on Aug. 26, guilty, fined $500, sentenced to two days and license suspended 90 days.

Marie A. Swearingen, 31, Lewiston, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, theft by deception and misuse of identification on Dec. 26, 2006, first and second charges dismissed; guilty on third charge, fined $100 and restitution of $393.10.

Richard F. Tardif, 41, Auburn, possession of marijuana on Sept. 12, fined $350 by default.

Geoffrey F. Taylor, 21, Auburn, operating under the influence on July 13, sent to jury trial.

Matthew Taylor, 18, Auburn, possession of marijuana and sale and use of drug paraphernalia on Sept. 15, offense committed on both charges, fined $350 on first charge; fined $300 on second charge.

Nina Taylor, 23, Lewiston, operating a vehicle without a license on Aug. 24, guilty, fined $100.

Raphael P. Taylor, 38, Lewiston, operating while license suspended or revoked on Aug. 3, guilty, fined $250.

Brian A. Theriault, 22, Lewiston, violating condition of release on June 22, and unlawful use of a license and violating condition of release on Oct. 19, guilty on all charges, sentenced to four days for each charge.

Joseph R. Theriault, 20, Auburn, transportation of liquor by a minor on June 12, fined $300 and license suspended 30 days.

Ronald R. Theriault, 33, Greene, criminal speed on Aug. 28, sent to jury trial.

Donald Eugene Thibodeau, 61, Auburn, failing to comply with sex offender registration act on July 27, sent to jury trial.

Ryan D. Thibodeau, 28, Lewiston, operating while license suspended or revoked, with prior, on June 30, dismissed.

Martin Sean Thomas, 43, Lewiston, operating under the influence on March 10, guilty, fined $600, sentenced to four days and license suspended 90 days.

Joseph Tilton, 27, Auburn, operating while license suspended or revoked, with prior, on Aug. 24, guilty, fined $500.

Alec J. Toothacker, 23, Auburn, disorderly conduct due to loud unreasonable noise on Aug. 12, guilty, fined $100.

Nina M. Tourtelotte, 23, Wilton, operating after registration suspended on March 7, guilty, fined $100.

Kris J. Tracy, 46, Lisbon, assault, obstructing the report of a crime and terrorizing on July 19, all charges sent to jury trial; also charged with violating condition of release on Oct. 4, guilty, sentenced to 48 hours.

Troy A. Tracy, 32, Lewiston, operating under the influence on June 23, found guilty, fined $500, sentenced to 96 hours and license suspended 90 days.

Annie Travers, 30, Lewiston, operating while license suspended or revoked and unlawful use of license on Sept. 4, found guilty on first charge, fined $250; second charge dismissed.

Joeb M. Turgeon, 34, Lewiston, operating under the influence, operating while license suspended or revoked and theft by unauthorized use of property on Oct. 11, found guilty on first charge, fined $600 and license suspended 90 days; second and third charges dismissed; also charged with sale and use of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana on Oct. 11, first charge dismissed; offense committed on second charge, fined $350.

Kyle R. Tyburski, 21, Lewiston, consuming liquor by a minor on Feb. 3, fined $200 by default.

Nicholas R. Vachon, 29, Lewiston, assault on Aug. 28, sent to jury trial.

Mitchell R. Vallee, 19, Auburn, operating a vehicle without a license and failing to make oral or written accident report on May 6, found guilty on first charge, fined $150; second charge dismissed.

James Paul Van Wagener, 18, Cleveland, possession of liquor by a minor on Sept. 1, offense committed, fined $200.

Justin C. Varney, 31, Poland, assault on Sept. 16, found guilty, fined $300, sentenced to 120 days with all but two days suspended and two years probation.

Justin B. Verrill, 27, Lewiston, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer on July 28, found guilty, fined $200.

Video Liquidators, Lewiston, failure to obtain secondhand dealer license on July 30, offense committed, fined $25.

Martin R. Vining, 38, Livermore Falls, criminal threatening, carrying concealed weapon and violating condition of release on Aug. 3, found guilty on all charges, sentenced to four days for each charge.

Blong Vue, 30, Auburn, terrorizing and violating a protective order on July 29, first charge dismissed; found guilty on second charge, sentenced to five days.

Thomas Wagg, 57, Bowdoin, operating under the influence, with prior, on July 31, found guilty, fined $700, sentenced to 120 days with all but seven days suspended, one year probation, license suspended 18 months and registration suspended.

Nick Wainwright, 28, Canton, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer on Feb. 2, sent to jury trial.

Joshua E. Walker, 32, Lewiston, assault on April 20, filed with no cost.

Jacob Walter, 23, Winthrop, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer on Sept. 1, found guilty, fined $100.

Frank M. Walton, 46, Lewiston, refusing to submit to arrest or detention on July 10, sent to jury trial.

John D. Ward, 23, Lewiston, possession of marijuana on July 28, offense committed, fined $350.

Ellis L. Warren Jr., 35, Lisbon, operating while license suspended or revoked on June 13, found guilty, fined $250.

James Warren, 22, Auburn, operating while license suspended or revoked, with prior, and violating condition of release on Oct. 14, found guilty on both charges, fined $500 on first charge; sentenced to 48 hours on second charge.

Joshua Waterman, 20, Auburn, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer on Aug. 30 and July 1, found guilty on both charges, fined $100 for each charge; also charged with possession of marijuana and sale and use of drug paraphernalia on Aug. 30, offense committed on both charges, fined $350 on first charge; fined $300 on second charge.

Matthew P. Waterman, 19, Turner, assault and theft by unauthorized taking or transfer on Aug. 1, found guilty on both charges, fined $300 on first charge; fined $100 on second charge.

Kyle Wear, 19, Lewiston, stalking on May 24, sent to jury trial.

Derek A. Webber, 20, Sabattus, operating while license suspended or revoked on July 26, found guilty, fined $250.

Tammy L. Webster, 46, Turner, operating while license suspended or revoked on June 5, found guilty, fined $250.

Shawn R. Weeks, 37, Buckfield, failure to register vehicle on Aug. 29, found guilty, fined $75.

Timothy Weeks, 36, Lewiston, violating condition of release on Sept. 29, found guilty, sentenced to two days.

Bailey Wheelden, 23, Auburn, permitting use of license or ID card on July 13, found guilty, fined $150.

Wayne C. White, 37, Lewiston, operating under the influence and driving to endanger on July 6, first charge dismissed; found guilty on second charge, fined $575 and license suspended 30 days.

Blaine Whitney, 37, Lewiston, operating while license suspended or revoked on April 2, found guilty, fined $250; also charged with assault and violating condition of release on Aug. 18, both charges dismissed; and violating a protective order on June 7, found guilty, sentenced to 180 days with all suspended and one year probation; also charged with violating a protective order, violating condition of release, operating while license suspended or revoked and unlawful possession of a scheduled drug on June 29, found guilty on first charge, sentenced to 59 days with all suspended; second, third and fourth charges dismissed; also charged with violating a protective order and violating condition of release on June 23, found guilty on both charges, sentenced to 120 days with all suspended and one year probation on first charge; sentenced to 48 hours on second charge; and violating condition of release on Aug. 22 and Aug. 24, first charge dismissed; found guilty on second charge, sentenced to 59 days.


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