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Knox County closed cases

Sep 21, 2019
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Rockland — The following cases were completed in Knox County Court from Sept. 13 through Sept. 20.

Shane Stockbridge, 25, Hope, domestic violence criminal threatening Feb. 15, 2018, in Warren, 30 months in jail with all but three months suspended, two years' probation.

Trevor Libby, 27, Thomaston, probation violation on prior domestic violence assault and assault on an officer, 36 months in jail.

John James Ronayne II, 41, Belfast, operating under the influence, five months in jail, 150-day license suspension, $600 fine; operating vehicle without license, seven days in jail.

Joshua Scholz, 42, South Thomaston, domestic violence assault Jan. 29 in South Thomaston, 364 days in jail with all but 21 days suspended, two years' probation; two counts of violating a condition of release, seven days in jail.

Steven M. Heller, 28, Rockland, OUI, 48 hours in jail, 150-day license suspension, $500 fine; violating condition of release, 48 hours in jail.

Stephen Parece, 33, Nobleboro, probation violation on a prior OUI charge, 352 days in jail.

Randy Young, 42, Chelsea, elver fishing without license April 15 in Rockport, dismissed.

Stephen Ames, 29, Thomaston, violating condition of release, $250 fine.

Bruce S. Sidelinger, 45, Thomaston, criminal trespass Aug. 8 in Rockland, 15 days in jail.

Anthony R. Dow, 46, Owls Head, criminal trespass Aug. 6 in Rockland, $250 fine.

Eric Montgomery Jr., 27, Rockland, domestic violence assault and violating condition of release Aug. 27 in Rockland, both dismissed.

Billiejoe F. Crabtree, 52, Waldoboro, operating vehicle without license, $150 fine.

John M. Whitney, 69, Vienna, possessing lobster beyond maximum or minimum size July 3 off Port Clyde, $900 fine.

Benjamin Sparhawk, 40, North Haven, untagged lobster traps Aug. 27 off North Haven, $550 fine.

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