Court log

Franklin County Superior

FARMINGTON — The following cases were closed recently in Franklin County Superior Court:

Jimmy W. Aplin, 39, Wilton, domestic violence assault on June 27, 2008, probation violation, sentenced to nine months, probation revoked.

Charles L. Brown III, 55, Standish, aggravated criminal mischief on May 2, 2007, probation violation, sentenced to 72 hours, probation partially revoked and continued.

Joseph Buckman, 19, Farmington, operating under the influence, operating vehicle without license on Oct. 28, 2008, found guilty on first charge, fined $500, sentenced to 43 days, license suspended 90 days; second charge dismissed.

Jennifer A. Carley, 26, Chesterville, three counts of trafficking in prison contraband on Jan. 11, 2008, sentenced to 30 days each charge.

Richard Caron, 35, Jay, assault on Sept. 1, 2004, found guilty, sentenced to 180 days all suspended, probation one year.

Dylan R. Couturier, 19, Livermore Falls, violating condition of release on July 20, 2008, dismissed.

Dylan R. Couturier, 19, Livermore Falls, violation condition of release on Aug. 27, 2008, dismissed.

Ronald J. Davis II, 19, Livermore Falls, burglary, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer on Jan. 29, and burglary on Dec. 29, 2008, probation violation, sentenced to eight days each charge, probation partially revoked and continued.

Derek P. Downs, 22, Topsham, operating under the influence on Feb. 1, found guilty, fined $750, license suspended 90 days.

Noah D. Farrington, 25, Jay, operating under the influence on April 19, 2008, found guilty, fined $500, license suspended 90 days.

Gregory Ferreri, 34, Rangeley, criminal threatening with dangerous weapon on Oct. 1, 2005, assault on Jan 1, 2005, assault on Jan. 1, 2006, violating protective order on June 14, 2006, violating protective order on June 15, 2006, violating protective order on June 16, 2006, all dismissed.

Gregory Ferreri, 34, Rangeley, violating condition of release, violating protective order on July 19, 2006, violating condition of release, terrorizing, violating protective order on July 21, 2006, terrorizing, violating protective order on July 11, 2006, violating protective order on July 6, 2006, all dismissed.

Paul Whitney Gordon, 56, Farmington, operating under the influence, operating vehicle without license on Feb. 22, found guilty on first charge, fined $500, license suspended 90 days; second charge dismissed.

Seth L. Gordon, 19, Wilton, burglary, stealing drugs, violating condition of release on March 30, found guilty on second charge, sentenced to one year with all but 45 days suspended, probation two years; first and third charges dismissed.

Jerry M. Hansen, 29, Lewiston, operating after habitual offender revocation-prior, violating condition of release, operating after habitual offender revocation on March 5, first charge dismissed; found guilty on second charge, sentenced to 30 days; found guilty on third charge, fined $500, sentenced to 30 days.

Priscella Keggins, 60, Wilton, cruelty to animals on Dec. 13, 2007, contempt found, fined $250, restitution of $5,000.

Scott W. Kidder Sr., 29, Wilton, burglary, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer on March 30, first charge dismissed; found guilty on second charge, sentenced to five months.

Scott A. MacDonald, 35, Industry, domestic violence assault on April 10, 2008, sentenced to seven days, probation partially revoked and continued.

Ernest N. Nault, 39, Canaan, criminal threatening, criminal trespass on Feb. 4, found guilty, sentenced to 14 days each charge.

Elmer A. Norton, 22, Dryden, burglary, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer on March 30, dismissed.

Souksakhone T. Pholsina, 35, Lewiston, assault on Sept. 2, 2006, probation violation, sentenced to seven months, probation revoked.

Jess Ross, 26, Industry, assault on Aug. 16, 2007, found guilty, sentenced to 90 days, restitution of $2,246.

Jess Ross, 26, Industry, eluding an officer, refusing to submit to arrest or detention, operating while license suspended or revoked-prior, violating condition of release on March 24, first charge dismissed; found guilty on second charge, sentenced to nine months; found guilty on third charge, fined $500, sentenced to nine months; found guilty on fourth charge, sentenced to nine months.


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