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Knox County court cases

Aug 08, 2020

Rockland — The following cases were completed in the Knox County court from July 31 through Aug. 7.

Jamie L. Nickerson, 31, Swanville, domestic violence criminal threatening, dismissed; criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon, dismissed; threatening display of a weapon on Dec. 21, 2019 in Rockland, six months in jail; criminal threatening, six months in jail; violating a condition of release, three years in jail with all but six months suspended, two years probation; unlawful possession of drug, dismissed; three other counts of violating condition of release, six months jail.

Zachary Dehahn, 28, Brunswick, criminal threatening, dismissed; disorderly conduct on Jan. 16, 2019 in Union, $250 fine.

Janice M. Hallett, 55, Cushing, theft, dismissed.

Paul Grant, 23, Dover Foxcroft, operating under the influence, dismissed; driving to endanger, 30-day license suspension, $575 fine.

Gail L. Johnson, 72, Rockport, OUI, dismissed; driving to endanger, 30-day license suspension, $575 fine.

Jacob L. Ingraham, 24, Jefferson, disorderly conduct, dismissed; refusing to submit to arrest, dismissed.

Sebastian M. Jeszke, 46, Rockland, domestic violence assault, dismissed; assault on April 22, 2019 in Rockland, $300 fine.

Yvonne M. Peters, 53, South Thomaston, theft, dismissed.

Jonathon P. Brassard, 29, Waldoboro, OUI, 150-day license suspension, $750 fine.

Carey A. Collamore, 44, Bremen, domestic violence assault, dismissed; disorderly conduct on July 21, 2019 in Cushing, $150 fine.

Todd Johnson, 51, Manchester, N.H., OUI, 10 days in jail, 150-day license suspension, $600 fine; failing to stop for an officer on July 28, 2019 in Washington, seven days in jail.

Daryl D. Green, 30, Warren, theft, dismissed.

Anna L. Rich, 28, Rockland, failure to register vehicle, dismissed.

Carlton Edward Abbott Jr., 60, Belfast, burglary of a motor vehicle, theft, and misuse of identification on Sept. 18, 2019 in Camden, 364 days with all but 10 days suspended, one-year probation, $2,500 fine.

Sidney C. Robinson, 51, Thomaston, theft on Oct. 21, 2019 in Thomaston, seven days in jail.

Mackenzie Hall, 25, Cushing, OUI, 48 hours jail, 150-day license suspension, $500 fine.

Devin M. Ward, 20, Lamoine, allowing minor to consume or possess liquor on Aug. 1 in Rockland, 48 hours jail, $1,000 fine; permitting unlawful use, 48 hours jail; three counts of violating condition of release, 48 hours jail.

Tristan R. Devault, 19, Friendship, minor possessing liquor, $200 fine.

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Comments (5)
Posted by: Ronald Pendleton | Aug 09, 2020 05:33

Sounds like the D.A. likes to plea bargain

Posted by: SYD LEACH | Aug 08, 2020 23:23

this isn't right..


Posted by: Robert Stark | Aug 08, 2020 08:50


Posted by: Maureen Spencer | Aug 08, 2020 08:35

I have the same question. Why are these cases being dismissed? Drinking and driving should not be dismissed, neither should any of these other crimes. If people know there is no consequence for their actions what is to stop them from committing the crimes in the first place? Who has the answer to these questions?

Posted by: Bernard George Shaw | Aug 08, 2020 06:37

What is going on here why are so many cases being dismissed. That is a lot of good police work being tossed out!!!

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