Knox County closed cases

Aug 31, 2018

Rockland — The following cases were completed in the Knox County court from Aug. 24 through Aug. 31.

Michael Goyette, 40, Lewiston, unlawful trafficking in drugs on Oct. 4, 2017, in Owls Head, three years in jail with all but six months suspended, three years probation, $400 fine.

Christopher N. Snow, 28, Thomaston, three counts of criminal threatening on July 20 in Thomaston, refusing to submit to arrest, and two counts of terrorizing, eight months in jail; counts of disorderly conduct, criminal trespass, and obstructing government administration were dismissed.

Mary Jane Anderson O'Brien, 65, Longwood, Fla., theft on Nov. 13, 2017, in Thomaston, dismissed.

Samara Kurek, 39, Camden, theft and stealing drugs on Sept. 1, 2016, in Camden, 45 days in jail.

Kenneth J. Miller, 36, Camden, operating after habitual offender revocation, 30 days in jail stayed until Jan. 7, $500 fine.

Florin A. Ungureanu, 30, Portland, operating under the influence -- alcohol, 150-day license suspension, $1,000 fine.

Joseph B. Flynn, 36, Rockport, operating after habitual offender revocation with prior, seven months in jail stayed until Nov. 25, $1,000 fine; violating a condition of release and possessing suspended driver's license were dismissed.

Aaron Robinson, 38, Warren, illegal possession of firearm, six months in jail; two counts of theft in Dec. 17, 2017, in Warren, six months.

Joshua W. Ellis, 33, Rockland, theft on April 18 in Camden, three years in prison with all but one year suspended, stayed until Oct. 25, one-year probation, $120 restitution, violating condition of release, 30 days jail; operating after habitual offender revocation, 30 days jail; failing to stop for officer on May 3 in Rockland, 30 days in jail.

Zachary Collins, 19, Camden, OUI -- alcohol, 24 hours jail, 150-day license suspension, $500 fine; operating vehicle without license or beyond conditions, 24 hours jail.

Ryan L. Atwood, 36, Bingham, OUI -- alcohol, 72 hours jail, 150-day license suspension, $500 fine.

Leroy Peters Clyson, 62, Thomaston, assault and criminal trespass on April 2 in Thomaston, both dismissed; disorderly conduct, $250 fine.

Louis H. Bettcher, 36, Rockport, OUI -- alcohol with one prior, 270 days in jail with all but 10 days suspended, one-year probation, three-year license suspension.

John Joseph Flaherty, 37, Camden, disorderly conduct, 48 hours jail; violating condition of release, 48 hours jail.

Peter Yee, 64, St. George, selling elvers without supplemental license, $2,000 fine.

Carly Gilbert, 21, Camden, domestic violence assault on June 16 in Rockland, 20 days in jail.

Ryan C. Guerrette, 29, Augusta, operating while license suspended or revoked, $250 fine.

Michelle Doyle, 44, Rockland, harassment by telephone, $500 fine; false public alarm, dismissed.

Dawn Dinsmore, 27, Belmont, trafficking in prison contraband, dismissed; unlawful possession of drug on Aug. 4, 2017, in Warren, 21 days in jail, $400 fine.

Clara Malmstrom, 42, Rockland, criminal mischief on Aug. 2 in Rockland, $350 fine.

Zachary L. Strout, 37, Harrington, motor vehicle speeding in excess of 30 miles per hour over the limit on June 16 in Appleton dismissed.

Caleb J. Meklin, 24, Thomaston, operating while license suspended, $500 fine.

Jonathan Jones, 43, Warren, failure to register vehicle, $150 fine.

Renee L. Lawson, 28, Owls Head, attaching false plates, dismissed; failure to register vehicle, $150 fine.

Matthew J. Leigh, 22, Washington, operating while license suspended, seven days in jail, one-year license suspended, $600 fine; operating all-terrain vehicle on public way, dismissed.

Stephen B. Mumford, 57, New York City, motor vehicle speeding in excess of 30 miles of the limit on Aug. 15 in Washington, $400 fine.

Branden R. Thompson, 32, Belfast, operating while license suspended, $250 fine.

Zachary James Curtis, 28, Albion, assault on Aug. 23 in Union, seven days in jail, $300 fine.

Charles A. Simpson, 51, Vinalhaven, untagged lobster traps, $800 fine.

Nathan Miller Hildings, 26, Vinalhaven, untagged lobster traps, $750 fine.

Comments (3)
Posted by: Reggie Montgomery | Aug 31, 2018 17:12

People convicted of OUI used to have to attend DEEP school. I don't know if they still do or if it even still exists.

 



Posted by: Francis Mazzeo, Jr. | Aug 31, 2018 16:05

They can suggest AA but one has to want to not drink for it to work. The 19 year old most likely isn't ready to stop partying and the 36 year old May not have suffered enough yet. Just saying.



Posted by: ananur forma | Aug 31, 2018 14:53

The people convicted of OUI, do they receive some sort of,  "strong suggestion"  to go to AA meetings?



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