AUBURN – The following cases were closed recently in the Androscoggin County Superior Court:

Jerell Wesley, 22, Salem, criminal threatening, carrying concealed weapon on April 11, 2006, found guilty on both charges, sentenced to 90 days each charge.

Ryan A. Weston, 31, Topsham, obstructing report of crime on Dec. 9, 2007, found guilty, unconditional discharge.

Robert C. Wilson, 51, Lisbon Falls, criminal mischief, reckless conduct, assault on April 1, found guilty on first charge, sentenced to five days, restitution of $404; found guilty on second charge, sentenced to five days; third charge dismissed.

Terrance L. Wing, 28, Auburn, unlawful possession of hydrocodone, criminal forfeiture of property on Dec. 13, 2007, found guilty on first charge, fined $500; second charged forfeited.

Elizabeth Witham, 23, Lewiston, reckless conduct on Nov. 21, 2007, dismissed.

Earl D. Witten Sr., 53, Auburn, aggravated trafficking of schedule Z drugs, unlawful possession of scheduled drug on Sept. 6, 2007, found guilty on first charge, fined $500, sentenced to one day; second charge dismissed.

Earl D. Witten Sr., 53, Auburn, prohibited contact with person under 14 years of age, violating condition of release on May 21, found guilty on first charge, sentenced to six days; second charge dismissed.

Earl D. Witten Sr., 53, Auburn, unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs, violating condition of release on June 5, found guilty on first charge, sentenced to 59 days; second charge dismissed.

Brian D. Wood, 26, Lewiston, terrorizing, obstructing report of crime on Sept. 2, 2007, found guilty on both charges, unconditional discharges.

Shawn L. Wyatt, 25, Lewiston, failure to appear after bailed on March 7, 2006, dismissed.

David M. Yodsnukis, 40, Lewiston, assault on Feb. 4, found guilty, not yet sentenced.

Sean Young, 40, Lewiston, domestic violence assault on May 16, dismissed.

Jessica M. Zamudio, 29, Jay, illegal importation of scheduled drugs, criminal conspiracy on Jan. 7, 2007, probation violation, sentenced to 41 days on first charge, probation partially revoked and continued; fined $400 on second charge, sentenced to three years all suspended, probation two years.


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