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Knox County court cases

Jul 26, 2020

Rockland — The following cases were completed in the Knox County court from July 17 through July 24.

David R. Alvarez, 35, Thomaston, aggravated criminal mischief Dec. 1, 2019, in Thomaston, nine months in jail, restitution of $449; illegal possession of firearm on Dec. 1, 2019 in Thomaston, nine months in jail; two counts of burglary of a motor vehicle, dismissed; escape on Dec. 1, 2019, 30 days jail; criminal mischief, 30 days in jail; trafficking in prison contraband, dismissed; possession of drug on June 27, 2020 in Rockland, 14 days in jail, 400 fine.

Arthur M. Andrews, 34, Camden, domestic violence assault, dismissed; criminal mischief and disorderly conduct on July 26, 2019 in Camden, seven days in jail; violating a condition of release, seven days in jail; illegal possession of a firearm on March 19, 2020 in Camden, dismissed; two counts of violating a condition of release, 14 days in jail; reckless conduct, 14 days jail.

Ronald M. Shellman, 46, Jefferson, stealing drugs, dismissed; unlawful possession of drug on Sept. 8, 2019 in Rockland, 364 days in jail with all but 90 days suspended, one-year probation, $400 fine; OUI, seven days in jail, 150-day license suspension; possession of drug, dismissed; violating condition of release, 90 days in jail; escape, dismissed.

Brandon Maddocks, 25, Washington, aggravated criminal mischief on Jan. 28 in Rockland, one year in jail with all but 45 days suspended, one-year probation, restitution of $1,000.

Amanda Rainville, 32, Rockland, domestic violence assault on Feb. 24 in Thomaston, 180 days in jail all but 30 days suspended, one-year probation.

Bailey M. Wilcox, 23, Thomaston, criminal mischief on Nov. 17, 2018 in South Thomaston, dismissed.

Justin L. Blake, 50, Lincolnville, operating under the influence, dismissed; driving to endanger, 30-day license suspension, $700 fine; violating condition of release, $150 fine.

Keanu Ian Campbell, 19, Owls Head, operating vehicle without license, $150 fine all suspended; violating condition of release, dismissed; possession of marijuana for someone under 21, $350 fine.

Mackenzie Hall, 25, Cushing, OUI, 72 hours jail, 150-day license suspension, $500 fine.

Samantha Hunt, 29, Camden, operating vehicle without a license, dismissed.

Alicia J. Snow, 49, Northport, operating after registration suspended, dismissed.

Rhiannon Heal, 35, Warren, failure to register vehicle, $150 fine.

Izaak Sunde Brown, 24, Camden, attaching false plates, $150 fine; failure to register vehicle, dismissed.

John Bennett, 59, Camden, OUI with three priors on June 12 in Camden, six months jail, eight-year license suspension, registration, suspended, $2,100 fine with all the fine suspended; OUI on June 21 in Camden, three years in jail with all but eight months suspended, two years probation, eight-year license suspension, fully suspended $2,100 fine.

Alyssa Emerick, 19, West Bath, operating vehicle without license, $150 fine.

Christopher G. Watson, 44, Rockland, disorderly conduct on June 20 in Rockland, 48 hours jail.

Kelsey M. Kraft, 31, Thomaston, burning without a permit on April 6 in Thomaston, $200 fine with $100 suspended.

Joey Hopkins, 43, Scarborough, domestic violence terrorizing on June 24 in Warren, dismissed.

Howard Brown, 57, Camden, criminal trespass on June 2 in Camden, $250 fine of which $150 was suspended.

Matthew Graney, 25, Rockport, failure to register vehicle, $150 fine.

Anthony L. Hooper, 41, Tenants Harbor, untagged lobster traps on Dec. 28, 2019 off Port Clyde, $750 fine.

Donald Burns, 70, Vinalhaven, allowing dog to be at large, $50 fine.

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Comments (3)
Posted by: ananur forma | Jul 27, 2020 14:11

good idea, mr. morrison

Posted by: Deborah Clarisse Morrison | Jul 27, 2020 12:26

We can solve some of these revolving D.U.I. cases that keep popping up over and over. TAKE THEIR CAR AND SELL IT to help pay the court cost and remove the temptation.  Just like drug dealers lose their property... SM

Posted by: Francis Mazzeo, Jr. | Jul 27, 2020 10:49

Why all the dismissals of fines?

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