ROCKLAND — The following case was completed in the Knox County court from Oct. 22 through Oct. 29.

Jason T. Weeks, 43, of Friendship, was ordered to pay $1,500 in restitution and given an unconditional discharge for a criminal mischief charge stemming from the Dec. 15, 2018 sinking in Friendship of the 32-foot wooden lobster boat Rotten Hog, which is owned by Rodney Genthner II of Friendship. Holes were found to have been drilled in the hull.

Charges of aggravated criminal mischief and theft were dismissed against Weeks.

The co-defendant in the case — Lyndon Harrington, 47, of Friendship — was sentenced last week to a suspended jail term and ordered to pay nearly $27,000 in restitution.

In the Knox County during the past week, Weeks was also sentenced for a variety of unrelated offenses. They include displaying fictitious vehicle certificate, $100 fine; operating while license suspended or revoked, $500 fine;  attaching false plates, $250 fine all suspended; violating condition of release, 48 hours jail; permitting unlawful use, $500 fine.