ROCKLAND — The following cases were completed in the Knox County court from July 8 through July 15.

Thomas Lucier, 41, of Rockland, was sentenced Thursday, July 14 to four years in prison with all but one year suspended to be followed by two years of probation for dissemination of sexually explicit materials involving children younger than 12. Lucier received lesser concurrent sentences for possession of sexually explicit materials, unlawful possession of drugs, and violating condition of release.

As part of his probation, Lucier is prohibited from having contact with children under 16, undergo mental health evaluation, and receive sex offender counseling. He must forfeit electronic devices that were seized when he was arrested last year.

Lucier was arrested Oct. 18, 2021 on multiple outstanding warrants related to the possession and dissemination of child pornography, according to the Rockland Police Department. The warrants were issued after an investigation by the Rockland Police Department Detective Anne Griffith and Maine State Police Computer Crimes Unit.

Lucier was apprehended by the US Marshals Violent Offender Task Force which is comprised of officers from the U.S. Marshals Service, U.S. Border Patrol, Maine State Police, Maine Department of Corrections and the Biddeford Police Department. Lucier was arrested in Rockland. The task force was involved because Lucier had been evading arrest.

He has been held in jail since Nov. 1.

Also appearing in the Knox County court July 14 was Timothy D. Wall, 49, of Rockland for offenses related to a domestic assault. Sentencing for Wall on a charge of aggravated domestic violence assault was continued for 21 months. During this period he will participate in the Waldo County Re-Entry Center program.

He received a nine-month jail sentence for two counts of domestic violence assault, domestic violence criminal threatening, and domestic violence terrorizing; and an additional six months incarceration for violating conditions of release, criminal mischief, unlawful possession of drugs, and refusing to submit to arrest.

Wall was arrested April 18, 2022 after Rockland officers responded to a residence in Rockland for a report of a domestic disturbance. Prior to police arrival, the suspect fled the scene. He was charged with attempting to strangle a man, assaulting two women, and then attempting to return to the residence.

Wall has a criminal record that dates back to 1990 and includes a robbery, more than 13 burglaries, and an aggravated assault.

Other cases completed were:

Richard A. Ludwig, 64, Rockland, was found guilty following a jury trial of domestic violence assault, obstructing report of a crime, and domestic violence criminal threatening on Jan. 1. 2021 in Thomaston. Sentencing was continued to a later date. He was acquitted of criminal mischief.

Richard G. Payson, 69, Warren, unlawful sexual touching on Nov. 2, 2021 in Warren, dismissed; assault on Nov. 2, 2021 in Union.

Jamie Jean Condon, 45, Windsor, domestic violence criminal threatening on Feb. 23, 2020 in Thomaston, dismissed; criminal threatening on Feb. 23, 2020 in Washington, dismissed; disorderly conduct on Feb. 23, 2020 in Washington, $200 fine; violating condition of release, $200 fine with the fine suspended; theft on June 4, 2021 in Washington, dismissed; violating condition of release, $200 fine with the fine suspended.

Gabriel Ruiz, 22, Warren, domestic violence assault on June 2, 2020 in Rockland, dismissed; violating condition of release, $250 fine; disorderly conduct, $250 fine with all the fine suspended.

Travis J. Wyman, 20, Appleton, domestic violence assault on Aug. 29, 2021 in Union, 364 days in jail all suspended, one-year probation; assault on Dec. 26, 2021 in Union, $300 fine; criminal mischief, $300 fine; violating condition of release, $300 fine; disorderly conduct, dismissed.

Kyle M. Bragdon, 35, Washington, domestic violence assault on Feb. 6, 2022 in Washington, dismissed; disorderly conduct, $400 fine.

Nicholas A. Ames, 28, Vinalhaven, domestic violence aggravated assault on April 7, 2022 on Vinalhaven, dismissed with a deferred disposition for 12 months in exchange for a guilty please to misdemeanor assault.

Kenneth W. Pruyne,  23, Thomaston, allowing minor to possess or consume liquor on Dec. 31, 2019 in Warren, $500 fine.

Stephen M. Main, 23, Damariscotta, operating while license suspended or revoked, $250 fine; violating condition of release, $150 fine with the fine suspended; operating vehicle without a license, $150 fine with fine suspended; attaching false plates, $150 fine with fine suspended.

Suzannah E. Reed, 29, Friendship, two counts of operating under the influence; operating vehicle without a license; violating a condition of release, sentencing to be continued.

Lucas B. Ross, 25, Owls Head, operating under the influence, $700 fine; two counts of violating condition of release; assault on Jan. 22, 2022 in St. George, $300 fine; criminal mischief.

Heath A. Yeaton, 44, Cushing, criminal mischief on Jan. 29, 2022 in Cushing, dismissed.

Shayne J. Elwell, 35, Spruce Head, operating while license suspended or revoked, $250 fine.

Dayton J. Dinsmore, 20, South Thomaston, failing to make accident report on May 14, 2022 in Rockland, dismissed.

Kalob Crute, 25, Thomaston, operating while license suspended, dismissed.

Ian Edward Hathaway, 25, Belmont, operating while license suspended, $250 fine.

Corey Glenn Honkonen, 39, Rockland, theft on April 24, 2022 in Thomaston, $75 fine.

Robert N. Pagano Jr., 22, Rockland, operating vehicle without a license, $250 fine.

Zachary T. Babin, 25, Waldoboro, failing to make an accident report on April 2, 2022 in Warren, $250 fine; attaching false plates, $150 fine with fine suspended; operating vehicle without license, $150 fine with fine suspended.

Travis D. Ames, 43, South Thomaston, violating protected resources on April 7, 2022 off Spruce Head, $25o fine.

Timothy R. Gleason, 15, Cushing, attaching false plates, $150 fine.