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:

Jason P. Beedy, 27, Mexico, illegal transportation of animal or bird on Nov. 11, fined $100 by default.

Jordan L. Bennett, 21, Bethel, burglary of a motor vehicle, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer and violating condition of release on Dec. 23, all charges sent to jury trial.

Danielle R. Bernier, 32, Woodstock, operating a vehicle without a license on Oct. 31, found guilty, fined $100.

Christopher J. Brown, 38, Woburn, Mass., failing to have fishing license or permit on May 28, 1995, found guilty, fined $68.

Peter D. Burgess, 22, Rumford, sale and use of drug paraphernalia on Nov. 30, offense committed, fined $300.

Brian R. Chase, 32, Rumford, failure to register a vehicle on Oct. 6, found guilty, fined $100.

Travis L. Child, 21, Peru, possession of marijuana and sale and use of drug paraphernalia on Oct. 21, fined $350 on first charge by default; fined $300 on second charge by default.

Disa M. Fowler, 29, Dixfield, obstructing government administration on Nov. 21, found guilty, fined $250.

Ronald J. Garey, 43, Rumford, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer on Nov. 25, found guilty, fined $250.

Curtis D. Hughes Jr., 20, Andover, sale and use of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana on Nov. 17, offense committed on both charges, fined $300 on first charge; fined $350 on second charge.

Kenneth H. Magoon III, 29, Rumford, hunting from stand or blind overlooking bait on Nov. 12, waived, fined $200.

Victor M. Martinez, 54, Union City, N.J., duty status not current rule violation on Sept. 18, waived, fined $250.

Erik J. Matthews, 21, Rumford, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer and violating condition of release on Dec. 2, first charge dismissed; found guilty on second charge, fined $200.

Neil A. McKenna, 20, Rumford, possession of liquor by a minor on Oct. 27, offense committed, fined $200.

John J. Perry IV, 19, Rumford, possession of liquor by a minor on Nov. 11, offense committed, fined $200.

James E. Richmond, 65, Mexico, violating condition of release on Nov. 28, found guilty, fined $200.

Brian D. Scheidegger, 40, Bethel, two counts of unlawful possession of a scheduled drug on Nov. 29, both charges sent to jury trial.

Richard B. Stickney III, 25, Rumford, operating an ATV on a public way on Dec. 2, fined $150 by default.

Tanya L. Strout, 33, Hudson, acquiring drugs by deception on June 29, sent to jury trial.

Esther L. Thomas II, 46, Rumford, allowing a dog to be at large and keeping an unlicensed dog on Sept. 20, fined $75 by default for each charge.

Joseph S. Tracy, 20, Auburn, consuming liquor by a minor on Nov. 12, fined $200 by default.

Norman L. Tuttle, 42, Presque Isle, duty status not current rule violation on Oct. 30, waived, fined $250.

Bradley M. Veilleux, 25, Rumford, criminal trespass on Aug. 6, found guilty, fined $250.

Arthur Voronov, 22, Newton, Mass., failing to stop for officer on Nov. 10, sent to jury trial.

Leon R. Wentworth, 23, Errol, N.H., loaded firearm or crossbow in motor vehicle on Nov. 24, waived, fined $200.


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