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.

RUMFORD – The following cases were closed recently in 11th District Court:

Lisa A. Boutilier, 26, Bethel, disorderly conduct and refusing to submit to arrest or detention on June 26, found guilty on both charges, fined $100 on first charge; fined $150 on second charge.

Elizabeth S. Galvin, 19, Winchester, Mass., sale and use of drug paraphernalia on Jan. 11, dismissed.

William T. Hanson, 66, Dixfield, displaying fictitious vehicle certificate and using counterfeit vehicle inspection sticker on April 18, both charges dismissed.

David J. Larson, 51, Lockport, N.Y., loaded firearm or crossbow in a motor vehicle on Nov. 12, waived, fined $200.

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