GLOSSARY – These legal terms are used: waived means the person charged gave up the 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.

LEWISTON – The following cases were closed recently in 8th District Court:

Glenn T. Wilbur, 39, Greene, criminal mischief on April 20, found guilty, restitution of $100.

David G. Williams, 37, Lewiston, probation violation on a Dec. 1, 2006, assault charge, sentenced to 90 days and probation partially revoked.

David Ray Williams, 49, Sabattus, assault on Oct. 5, found guilty, fined $300, sentenced to 120 days with all suspended and two years probation.

Deborah Wilson, 27, Poland, theft of services on July 25, found guilty, fined $100 and restitution of $35.

David M. Witas Jr., 39, Auburn, operating under the influence and violation condition of release on July 4, both charges sent to jury trial.

Phillip Charles Witham, 43, Auburn, probation violation on a Dec. 22, 2006, assault charge, sentenced to 56 days at the county jail and probation partially revoked and continued.


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