Presque isle criminal docket 2021

Presque isle criminal docket 2021 DEFAULT

Justice News

BANGOR, Maine— A Presque Isle man was sentenced today in federal court in two separate cases for conspiring to distribute and possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine, Acting U.S. Attorney Donald E. Clark announced.

U.S. District Judge Lance E. Walker sentenced Tyler Neece, 29, to months in prison and a total of five years of supervised release. Neece pleaded guilty in February

According to court records, between approximately January and August , Neece and his co-conspirators obtained methamphetamine from an out-of-state source and distributed the drugs in northern Maine. 

Also according to court records, between approximately July and May , members of a separate conspiracy obtained methamphetamine in western and southern states from sources in Mexico. Neece and his co-conspirators distributed the drugs in Aroostook County and other parts of central and northern Maine.

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration; Homeland Security Investigations; the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives; and the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency investigated these cases with the assistance of multiple state and local law enforcement agencies. 

These prosecutions are part of an Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Forces (OCDETF) investigation. OCDETF identifies, disrupts, and dismantles the highest-level drug traffickers, money launderers, gangs, and transnational criminal organizations that threaten the United States by using a prosecutor-led, intelligence-driven, multi-agency approach that leverages the strengths of federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies against criminal networks.

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Houlton Police Department Drug Arrest

Updated: Sep. 23, at PM EDT

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By WAGM News

Officers began the initial on scene investigation and identified the male operator as Derek L. Nickerson, 36 of Houlton.

Satellite and Radar

Houlton Man Pleads Guilty to Methamphetamine Trafficking

Updated: Jun. 28, at AM EDT

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By Ashley Blackford

According to court records, between approximately May and July , Hayden Fogg, 34, was part of a drug distribution operation based out of Florida and operating in northern Maine.

Presque Isle Man Sentenced on Federal Drug Charge

Updated: Jun. 3, at PM EDT

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By Ashley Blackford

U.S. District Judge Lance E. Walker sentenced Kaleb Dahlgren, 32, to 10 years in prison and three years of supervised release. Dahlgren pleaded guilty in January

Waterville narcotics arrest

Updated: May. 24, at PM EDT

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By WABI News Desk

Police reportedly find large amount of drugs in Lexus early Monday morning in Waterville

Presque Isle Man Pleads Guilty to Federal Drug Charge

Updated: Apr. 16, at PM EDT

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By Ashley Blackford

A Presque Isle man pleaded guilty in federal court yesterday to conspiring to distribute and possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine, Acting U.S. Attorney Donald E. Clark announced.

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Presque Isle Criminal Docket, May

PRESQUE ISLE, Maine &#; The following cases were heard under the Aroostook Criminal Docket at the Presque Isle Courthouse in May.

Leigh M. Albert, 47, Bangor: probation violation, 5 years in prison, all but 30 months suspended, 3 years probation, $ restitution.

Kurtis W. Madore, 32, Caribou: robbery, dismissed; theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, dismissed.

Jared R. Ellis, 27, Presque Isle: probation violation, 30 days in jail, probation partially revoked, probation continued.

Philip L. Madore, 62, Bangor: operating while license suspended or revoked, filed on unspecified costs.        

Timothy L. Philbrick, 28, Easton: probation violation, 30 days in jail, probation partially revoked, probation continued, $ restitution.

Ariel R. Stiggle Wright, 30, Presque Isle: disorderly conduct, fighting, 5 days in jail; violating condition of release, 5 days in jail.

Ariel R. Stiggle Wright, 30, Presque Isle: unlawful possession of scheduled drug, 48 hours in jail, $ fine. 

Eric M. Condon, 34, Presque Isle: theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, days in jail, probation revoked.

Amy L. Bouchard Skidgel, 38, Caribou: theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, priors, 1 year in prison, $7, restitution. 

Taylor K. Lovely, 33, Mapleton: attaching false plates, dismissed.

Robert E. Chamberlain, 49, Connor Township: unlawful possession of scheduled drug, days in prison, all suspended, 1 year probation, $ fine. 

Taylor K. Lovely, 33, Mapleton: criminal trespass, dismissed. 

Andrew G. Page, 48, Presque Isle: violating protection from abuse order,  30 days in jail; domestic violence stalking, 30 days in jail; burglary, 2 years in prison, all but 6 months suspended, 1 year probation.

Jenica Richards, 35, Presque Isle: unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs, dismissed. 

Jeffery W. Nickerson, 59, Presque Isle: operating under the influence (alcohol), 7 days  in jail, license suspended for days, $ fine, registration suspended; operating vehicle without license &#; conditions/restrictions, 48 hours in jail; attaching false plates, dismissed.

Taylor K. Lovely, 33, Mapleton: attaching false plates, dismissed; violating condition of release, dismissed. 

Taylor K. Lovely, 33, Mapleton: attaching false plates, dismissed; failure to register vehicle, dismissed.

Shayne W. Ellis, 39, Limestone: domestic violence assault, dismissed; tampering with a witness, informant, juror or victim, dismissed.

Kori McManus, 36, Perham: unlawful possession of scheduled drug, 30 days in jail, 1 year administrative release sentence, $ restitution, $ fine; operating while license suspended or revoked, $ fine; attaching false plates, dismissed. 

Eric W. Dobbins, 41, Limestone: theft of services, dismissed. 

Eric W. Dobbins, 41, Limestone: criminal mischief, 14 days in jail, $ restitution.

Eric W. Dobbins, 41, Limestone: criminal mischief, 14 days in jail, $1, restitution.

Nicholas Isaac, 35, Mars Hill: refusing to submit to arrest or detention, refusal to stop, 90 days in jail; violating condition of release, 90 days in jail; refusing to submit to arrest or detention, physical force, 6 months in jail; escape, dismissed; assault, 6 months in jail, $ fine; violating condition of release, dismissed. 

Jesse C. Parker, 36, Mapleton: OUI (drugs or combo), dismissed; driving to endanger, 30 days in jail, $ fine. 

Ariel R. Stiggle Wright, 30, Presque Isle: theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, priors, dismissed; violating condition of release, 5 days in jail; theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, 30 days in jail. 

Taylor K. Lovely, 33, Mapleton: aggravated assault, dismissed; domestic violence assault, dismissed; terrorizing, dismissed; violating condition of release, 6 months in jail; assault, days in prison, $3, restitution, $ fine, all suspended. 

Jayson Schlott, 21, Presque Isle: domestic violence assault, dismissed; disorderly conduct, offensive words, gestures, $ fine.

Jesse C. Parker, 36, Mapleton: unlawfully furnishing scheduled drug, months in prison, all suspended, 1 year probation, $ restitution, $ fine.

Richard A. Larsen III, 34, Presque Isle: assault, permanent transfer. 

Richard A. Larsen III, 34, Presque Isle: failing to comply with sex offender registration act, first offense, permanent transfer.

Richard A. Larsen III, 34, Presque Isle: violating protection order, priors, permanent transfer; terrorizing (two counts), permanent transfer.

Eric W. Dobbins, 41, Presque Isle: criminal mischief, 14 days in jail; violating condition of release, 14 days in jail.

Anthony Tompkins, 41, Limestone: operating after habitual offender revocation, filed on unspecified costs. 

Britteny N. Finley, 33, Frenchville: theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, 90 days in jail, $ restitution; violating condition of release, 90 days in jail.

Jeffrey A. Nickerson, 59, Presque Isle: operating while license suspended or revoked &#; OUI, 10 days in jail, license suspended for 1 year, registration suspended, $ fine; operating vehicle without license, conditions/restrictions, 48 hours in jail; violating condition of release, 7 days in jail.   

Andrew G. Page, 48, Presque Isle: unlawful possession of heroin, dismissed; violating condition of release, 30 days in jail; OUI (drugs or combo), dismissed; unlawful possession of scheduled drug, 30 days in jail, $ fine.

Sandoval Melquisedec Diaz, 32, Ashland: OUI (alcohol), filed on unspecified costs; operating vehicle without license, filed on unspecified costs.  

Ariel R. Stiggle Wright, 30, Presque Isle: OUI (drugs or combo), no test, dismissed; trafficking in prison contraband, dismissed; possession of hypodermic apparatuses, 10 days in jail; unlawful possession of scheduled drug (four counts), 30 days in jail, $ fine (first, second), dismissed (third, fourth); violating condition of release, 30 days in jail.

Joseph Thibeau, 53, Eliot: OUI (alcohol), dismissed; driving to endanger, license suspended for 30 days, $ fine. 

Dana L. Pitcher, 45, Eagle Lake: violating protection from abuse order, no sentence listed; refusing to submit to arrest or detention, physical force, no sentence listed.

Robbie Burby Jr., 43, Masardis: domestic violence assault, days in prison, all but 10 days suspended, 1 year probation; domestic violence assault, acquittal.

Corey Alexander, 43, Bowdoinham: domestic violence assault, 9 months in jail.

Eric M. Condon, 34, Presque Isle: operating after habitual offender revocation, 30 days in jail, $ fine; violating condition of release, 14 days in jail.

Corey A. Alexander, 43, Bowdoinham: burglary, 4 years in prison, all but 9 months suspended, 2 years probation, $1, restitution; domestic violence terrorizing, 9 months in jail; police standoff, 6 months in jail; violating condition of release (two counts), 9 months in jail (first), 90 days in jail (second); refusing to submit to arrest or detention, bodily injury, 90 days in jail.

Eric M. Condon, 34, Presque Isle: illegal possession of a firearm, 36 months in prison, 2 years probation, hours community service within 18 months, $ restitution; burglary, dismissed; theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, priors, dismissed; criminal mischief, 90 days in jail; violating condition of release (two counts), 90 days in jail (each); theft by receiving stolen property, priors, days in jail, $ fine. 

Taras Andrusyshyn, 30, Chicago: rule violation, operation with false duty status, dismissed. 

Meagan P. Tardif, 21, Fort Kent: operating while license suspended or revoked, prior, $ fine; violating condition of release, 24 hours in jail.

Britteny N. Finley, 33, Frenchville: eluding an officer (two counts), 36 months in prison (each); burglary, 36 months in prison; theft by unauthorized taking or transfer (four counts), 9 months in prison, $4, restitution (first), 36 months in prison, $ fine (second), 36 months in prison, $50 fine (third), 36 months in prison (fourth); motor vehicle speeding plus mph over speed limit (three counts), 90 days in jail, license suspended for 60 days (first, second), dismissed (third); driving to endanger (two counts), 6 months in jail, $ fine (first), dismissed (second); operating vehicle without license (four counts), 90 days in jail (each); false public alarm or report, 90 days in jail; violating condition of release (four counts), 6 months in jail (each); theft by receiving stolen property, 36 months in prison; refusing to submit to arrest or detention, refusal to stop (two counts), 90 days in jail (each);  criminal mischief, 90 days in jail, $ restitution. 

Bruce A. Brayall, 26, Caribou: operating vehicle without license, dismissed; failure to register vehicle, dismissed.

Jesse C. Parker, 36, Mapleton: violating condition of release, $ fine.

Sebastian Nieves, 22, Madawaska: driving to endanger, 30 days in jail, license suspended for 30 days, $ fine.

Richard Larsen, 34, Caribou: assault, permanent transfer; violating condition of release, permanent transfer.

Sonia L. Godin, 42, Caribou: driving to endanger, license suspended for 30 days, $ fine; failing to notify of motor vehicle accident, dismissed. 

Justin Wimbush, 38, Caribou: operating while license suspended or revoked, $ fine; violating condition of release, dismissed.

Roger D. Burby, Jr., 35, Presque Isle: terrorizing, dismissed. 

Richard A. Larsen, 34, Presque Isle: failing to comply with sex offender registration act, first offense, permanent transfer.

Jared Ellis, 27, Presque Isle: domestic violence assault, dismissed; domestic violence terrorizing, dismissed; unlawful possession of scheduled drug, 30 days in jail, $ fine; disorderly conduct, offensive words, gestures, 30 days in jail.

Konner Jordan, 21, Washburn: motor vehicle speeding plus mph over speed limit, dismissed.

Britteny N. Finley, 33, Frenchville: theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, 6 months in jail.

Keenan J. Jordan, 22, Washburn: motor vehicle speeding plus mph over speed limit, dismissed; violating condition of release, dismissed.

Michael Allen Latronica Jr., 43, Washburn: theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, $ fine.

Jonathan Adam Wright, 46, Westfield: operating while license suspended or revoked, $ fine; motor vehicle speeding plus mph over speed limit, $ fine.

Benjamin O. Lovely, 42, Mars Hill: failing to notify of motor vehicle accident, $ fine; driving to endanger, license suspended for 90 days, $ fine; failing to make oral or written accident report, dismissed. 

Charles Robinson, 40, Sheridan: OUI (alcohol), $ fine; violating condition of release, $ fine.

Mason S. Patten, 19, Limestone: failing to notify of motor vehicle accident, $ fine; failing to make oral or written accident report, $ fine.    

Ariel R. Stiggle Wright, 30, Presque Isle: criminal trespass, dismissed; violating condition of release, dismissed. 

Shane Baker, 20, Mapleton: burglary, dismissed. 

Adam A. Pratt, 42, Washburn: operating while license suspended or revoked, prior, filed without costs. 

Tiana Dinatale, 28, Presque Isle: operating while license suspended or revoked, $ fine. 

 Nolan A. Cunningham, 37, Washburn: operating while license suspended or revoked, $ fine.

David C. O’Brien, 32, Augusta: attaching false plates, $ fine. 

Trevor D. Graves, 21, Fort Fairfield: refusing to sign civil violation summons, $ fine. 

Brittany A. Turcotte, 24, Perham: theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, $ fine. 

Travis J. Contreras, 36, Presque Isle: operating while license suspended or revoked, prior, $ fine; violating condition of release, dismissed. 

Allen C. Dupuis, 38, Presque Isle: domestic violence criminal threatening, 30 days in jail; obstructing report of a crime, 30 days in jail; violating condition of release, 30 days in jail.

Albert Messer, 34, Caribou: burglary, dismissed; violating condition of release (two counts), dismissed (each).

Allen C. Dupuis, 38, Presque Isle: violating condition of release (two counts), 30 days in jail (each).

Misty R. Hafford, 37, Fort Fairfield: criminal trespass, dismissed. 

Wayde A. Trotter, 60, Westfield: operating while license suspended or revoked, dismissed. 

Misty R. Hafford, 37, Fort Fairfield: criminal trespass, dismissed; refusing to submit to arrest or detention, physical force, dismissed. 

Richard A. Larsen III, 34, Presque Isle: stalking group &#; serious inconvenience/distress, permanent transfer; burglary, permanent transfer; aggravated criminal mischief, permanent transfer; violating condition of release, permanent transfer.

Alfred Eugene Amaral, 31, Caribou: violating protection from abuse order, 14 days in jail.

Andrew G. Page, 48, Presque Isle: unlawful possession of scheduled drug, 30 days in jail, $ restitution, $ fine; violating condition of release (two counts), 30 days in jail (each).

Lugo Ricardo Luciano, 42, Presque Isle: operating while license suspended or revoked, prior, dismissed. 

Alfred Eugene Amaral, 31, Caribou: refusing to submit to arrest or detention, physical force, 20 days in jail, $ restitution; criminal trespass, 20 days in jail, $ restitution; criminal threatening,  20 days in jail, $ restitution.

Honey McKenney, 41, Presque Isle: habitually truant student, $ fine.

Daniel N. Yoder, 28, Easton: violation of rabies prevention, chapter , $ fine. 

Michael G. Michaud, 39, Westfield: keeping dangerous dog, $ fine. 

Thompson Timber Harvesting, Washburn: failure to notify of commercial harvest, filed without costs. 

Harry O. Pollard IV, 32, York: snowmobile rule violation, $ fine. 

Jason W. Pelletier, 51, Fort Kent: violation of fishing rule, $ fine. 

Sours: https://fiddleheadfocus.com//09/15/news/community/aroostook-county/presque-isle-criminal-docket-may/
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Presque Isle Criminal Docket, April

PRESQUE ISLE, Maine &#; The following cases were heard under the Aroostook Criminal Docket at the Presque Isle Courthouse in April.

Christopher R. Cyr, 42, Presque Isle: probation violation (four counts), 4 years in prison, 2 years probation (each); $1, restitution (third); $ restitution (fourth).

Nicholas J. Isaac, 37, Mars Hill: probation violation, 11 months in prison, probation revoked.

 Donald R. Smyth, 34, Fort Fairfield, New Hampshire: domestic violence assault, filed on unspecified costs. 

Amy L. Bouchard Skidgel, 38, Caribou: theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, priors, 1 year in prison, $7, restitution. 

Stenson J. Gustin, 23, Woodland: probation violation, days in jail, probation revoked.

Graydon R. Warner, 23, Mars Hill: aggravated trafficking of scheduled drugs, dismissed; unlawfully furnishing scheduled drug (three counts), 6 months in jail, $ fine (first); dismissed (second, third); criminal forfeiture of property, forfeiture.

Ethan N. McDonald, 25, Caribou: probation violation, 3 months and 22 days in jail, probation partially revoked, probation continued.

Jessica Cook, 22, Presque Isle: theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, 4 days in jail.

Benjamin Small, 43, Easton: theft by unauthorized taking or transfer (two counts), dismissed (first), days in jail (second).

Graydon R. Warner, 23, Mars Hill: violating condition of release, 30 days in jail.

Joseph R. Long, 44, Westfield: operating while license suspended or revoked, prior, $ fine.

Nathan Searles, 35, Fort Fairfield: violating protection from abuse order, dismissed. 

Graydon R. Warner, 23, Mars Hill: violating condition of release, 30 days in jail.

Joseph R. Long, 44, Westfield: operating while license suspended or revoked, prior, dismissed; unlawful possession of scheduled drug, $ fine. 

 Benjamin Small, 43, Easton: unlawful possession of scheduled drug, 7 days in jail, $ fine.

Thirisha Simon, 42, Caribou: theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, 7 days in jail.

Graydon R. Warner, 23, Mars Hill: eluding an officer, dismissed; motor vehicle speeding plus mph over speed limit, dismissed; driving to endanger, 30 days in jail, license suspended for 90 days, $ fine; violating condition of release, 30 days in jail; reckless conduct, dismissed.

 Joseph R. Long, 44, Westfield: violating condition of release (two counts), $ fine (each).

Cameron M. Preston, 24, Mapleton: reckless conduct (three counts), dismissed (first, second), $ fine (third). 

Cote S. Cosgro, 30, Presque Isle: operating while license suspended or revoked, prior, dismissed. 

 Alexandria A. Albert, 30, Presque Isle: operating while license suspended or revoked, prior, filed on unspecified costs.  

Tammi Grass, 48, Brooks: theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, dismissed; misuse of entrusted property, dismissed. 

Stephen M. Desmond, 36, Presque Isle: burglary, 4 years in prison, all but 12 months suspended, 2 years probation, $2, restitution; theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, priors, 12 months in prison, $2, restitution; burglary, 12 months in prison; theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, priors, 12 months in prison; criminal mischief, 90 days in jail, $ restitution. 

Eric K. Charette, 37, Presque Isle: probation violation, 45 days in jail, probation partially revoked, probation continued.

Robert L. Wright, 56, Presque Isle: criminal trespass, filed on unspecified costs. 

Benjamin E. Small, 43, Easton: violating condition of release, 10 days in jail.

Keenan J. Jordan, 22, Washburn: criminal threatening with dangerous weapon, dismissed.

Christopher R. Winship, 34, Presque Isle: unlawful possession of methamphetamine, priors, 65 days in jail; unlawful possession of heroin, priors, dismissed; driving to endanger, dismissed; operating while license suspended or revoked, prior, dismissed; refusing to submit to arrest or detention, physical force, 65 days in jail. 

David S. Hafford, 42, Presque Isle: criminal mischief, $ fine; false public alarm or report, dismissed. 

Peyton Campbell, 19, Presque Isle: burglary, dismissed. 

Rick Dwyane Hofer, 52, Carter Lake, Iowa: disorderly conduct, offensive words, gestures, $ fine. 

Stephen M. Desmond, 36, Presque Isle: domestic violence assault, 9 months and one day in prison; obstructing report of crime, 6 months in jail; domestic violence criminal threatening, 6 months in jail; violating condition of release, 90 days in jail; domestic violence assault, 6 months in jail; obstructing report of crime, 6 months in jail; criminal mischief, 6 months in jail; theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, priors, dismissed; violating condition of release, 90 days in jail; criminal mischief, 90 days in jail, $ restitution; violating condition of release, 90 days in jail.

Mary R. Sturtevant, 24, Presque Isle: operating while license suspended or revoked, dismissed.

John J. Lucier, 48, Mars Hill: domestic violence assault, dismissed; domestic violence criminal threatening, dismissed; disorderly conduct, offensive words, gestures, $ fine. 

Kenneth Reno, 31, Presque Isle: aggravated assault, dismissed. 

Nicholas Richard Lynch, 29, Fort Fairfield: criminal trespass, $ fine. 

Stephen M. Desmond, 36, Presque Isle: tampering with a witness, informant, juror or victim, 9 months and one day in prison; violating condition of release (two counts), 9 months and one day in prison (first), 6 months in jail (second).

Marissa Lemieux, 36, Blaine: domestic violence assault, dismissed; disorderly conduct, offensive words, gestures, $ fine. 

Kimberly Carter, 27, Presque Isle: operating under the influence (alcohol), 48 hours in jail, license suspended for days, $ fine; assault, 48 hours in jail, $ fine; criminal trespass, 48 hours in jail, $25 fine. 

Kimberly Carter, 27, Presque Isle: tampering with a witness, informant, juror or victim, dismissed. 

Kimberly Carter, 27, Presque Isle: violating protection from abuse order, 27 days in jail; violating condition of release (two counts), 27 days in jail (each).

Ashley B. Brewer, 64, Monticello: operating under the influence (alcohol), license suspended for days, $ fine.

David S. Hafford, 42, Presque Isle: disorderly conduct, fighting, dismissed; violating condition of release, dismissed. 

Thirisha Simon, 42, Caribou: theft by unauthorized taking or transfer (two counts), 7 days in jail, $ restitution (first), 7 days in jail (second).

Jay Jackson, 39, Mapleton: theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, priors, filed without costs; violating condition of release, filed without costs.

Jessica Cook, 23, Presque Isle: theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, 7 days in jail, $ restitution; misuse of identification, 7 days in jail; criminal trespass, 7 days in jail.

Casey D. Clayton, 33, Caribou: assault, 30 days in jail, $ fine.

Joseph Bolstridge, 19, Chapman: operating while license suspended or revoked/OUI, license suspended for 1 year, 7 days in jail, $ fine; attaching false plates, 48 hours in jail; failure to register vehicle, 48 hours in jail; driving to endanger, dismissed. 

Brittany D. Lynds, 34, Monticello: operating vehicle without license, dismissed. 

Andrew Grivois, 37, Presque Isle: domestic violence assault, 6 months in jail; domestic violence terrorizing, 6 months in jail; domestic violence reckless conduct, 6 months in jail; driving to endanger, dismissed; obstructing report of a crime, dismissed; criminal restraint, 6 months in jail.

Zachery Wallace, 19, Lebanon, New Hampshire: acting as guide without license, filed without costs. 

Mary R. Sturtevant, 24, Presque Isle: operating while license suspended or revoked, dismissed. 

Robert Ramsey, 47, Presque Isle: shooting from motor vehicle, $ fine.

James Arey, 42, Ashland: terrorizing, dismissed; driving to endanger, dismissed. 

Evan Caldwell, 27, Presque Isle: domestic violence assault, dismissed; obstructing report of a crime, $ fine; disorderly conduct, offensive words, gestures, $ fine. 

Carter J. Sowers, 23, Mapleton: assault, 30 days in jail, $ fine; operating under the influence (alcohol), 48 hours in jail, license suspended for days, $ fine; theft by unauthorized use of property, dismissed; operating while license suspended or revoked, prior, $ fine. 

Christopher R. Winship, 34, Presque Isle: criminal threatening with dangerous weapon, 18 months in prison, all but 65 days suspended, 2 years probation; criminal threatening with dangerous weapon, dismissed; obstructing the report of a crime, 65 days in jail; violating condition of release, 65 days in jail. 

Kirk A. Tompkins, 47, Mars Hill: criminal trespass, dismissed. 

James P. Gantnier II, 25, Presque Isle: operating while license suspended or revoked, oui, filed on unspecified costs. 

Joey Cormier, 36, Van Buren: violating protection order, priors, 3 years in prison, all suspended, 2 years probation; violating condition of release (two counts), 60 days in jail (each).

Gerry L. Beaulieu, 65, Fort Fairfield: domestic violence assault, dismissed. 

Graydon R. Warner, 23, Mars Hill: violating condition of release, 30 days in jail.

Kimberly Carter, 28, Presque Isle: violating condition of release (two counts), dismissed (each).

Carter J. Sowers, 23, Mapleton: unlawful possession of a scheduled drug, 30 days in jail, $ fine; violating condition of release, dismissed. 

Bradley T. Wilson, 32, Mapleton: criminal mischief, dismissed; violating condition of release (two counts), dismissed (each).

Peggy Pelkey, 54, Presque Isle: domestic violence criminal threatening, dismissed; disorderly conduct, offensive words, gestures, $ fine.

David Devoe, 48, Presque Isle: habitually truant student, dismissed.

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53rd Circuit Court proceedings, Judge Aaron J. Gauthier presiding

Presque Isle Criminal Docket, June

PRESQUE ISLE, Maine &#; The following cases were heard under the Aroostook Criminal Docket at the Presque Isle Courthouse in June.

Timothy Brecht Jr, 41, Presque Isle: theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, 48 hours in jail.

Richard M. Kinney, 51, Presque Isle: aggravated trafficking of scheduled drugs, $4, fine, $2, suspended, 12 years in prison, all but four years suspended, four years probation, $ restitution; operating while license suspended or revoked-OUI, $ fine, 14 days in jail, license suspended one year; attaching false plates, 48 hours in jail; violating condition of release, five days in jail.

Tomas B. Poitraw Jr., 27, Westfield: unlawful possession of methamphetamine, dismissed.

Brock W. Kilcollins, 33, Fort Fairfield: unlawful possession of methamphetamine, dismissed; unlawful possession of scheduled drugs (two counts), $ fine (each).

Mark Anthony-Peurly Forino, 41, Presque Isle: domestic violence assault, dismissed.

Steven M. Berthiaume, 41, Presque Isle: probation violation, 12 months in prison, probation revoked.

Scott M. Pelkey, 39, Presque Isle: burglary of a motor vehicle, six months in jail; theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, six years in prison, all but six months suspended, two years probation, $25, restitution.

Jeffrey W. Nickerson, 60, Presque Isle: operating under the influence (alcohol), $ fine, seven days in jail, license suspended days, registration suspended; operating vehicle without a license-conditions/restrictions, 48 hours in jail.

Richard M. Kinney, 51, E Township: eluding an officer, two years in prison; operating after habitual offender revocation, two priors, $1, fine, five years in prison; violating condition of release, six months in jail.

Kelly J. Gagnon, 44, Westfield: attaching false plates, $ fine.

Richard M. Kinney, 51, Houlton: aggravated trafficking of scheduled drugs, $4, fine, $2, suspended, five years in prison.

Glenn A. Shaw, 58, Mars Hill: operating after habitual offender revocation, dismissed.

John S. King, 43, Caribou: operating while license suspended or revoked, prior, filed on unspecified costs.

Jason Cupedro, 48, Limestone: disorderly conduct, offensive words, gestures, dismissed.

Chad Deabay, 47, Presque Isle: exceeding bag limit on deer, $1, fine, three days in jail; hunting from stand or blind overlooking deer bait, $ fine; unlawful possession of wild animal or bird, $ fine; hunting deer after having killed one, $ fine, three days in jail.

Chad Deabay, 47, Presque Isle: exceeding bag limit on deer, dismissed; hunting deer after having killed one, dismissed.

Ann Day, 48, Presque Isle: unlawful possession of methamphetamine, dismissed; operating while license suspended or revoked, $ fine; unlawful possession of scheduled drug, $ fine, $ restitution.

William F. Ofria, 47, Presque Isle: operating under the influence (alcohol), $ fine, 48 hours in jail, license suspended days.

Jeffrey A. Nickerson, 60, Presque Isle: operating vehicle without license &#; conditions/restrictions, 48 hours in jail.

Frank Mejias, 54, Presque Isle: assault, dismissed; disorderly conduct, offensive words, gestures, $ fine.

Frank Mejias, 54, Presque Isle: assault, dismissed; disorderly conduct, offensive words, gestures, $ fine.

Derrick Page, 30, Chapman: operating while license suspended or revoked, prior, dismissed; violating condition of release, dismissed.

Sherri Nason, 52, Millinocket: shooting from a motor vehicle, $ fine.

Jazmin O. Ortiz, 34, Presque Isle: operating vehicle without a license, dismissed.

Stanley V. Hazell, 22, Presque Isle: operating vehicle without a license, filed without costs.

Robert A. Suire, 40, Easton: unlawful possession of methamphetamine, $ fine, 12 months in jail, all but 95 days suspended, one year probation, $ restitution; unlawful possession of scheduled drug, $ fine, 90 days in jail.

Chad C. Deabay, 47, Presque Isle: tampering with witness, informant, juror or victim, dismissed.

Damian D. Simoneau, 28, Presque Isle: refusing to submit to arrest or detention, refusing to stop, 90 days in jail; failing to stop for officer, 90 days in jail; operating after habitual offender revocation, priors, $1, fine, 18 months in prison.

William P. Dillon, 40, Presque Isle: aggravated trafficking of scheduled drugs, dismissed; unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs, $1, fine, six years in prison, all but three years suspended, two years probation; unlawful possession of fentanyl powder, $ fine, 24 months in prison, two years probation, $ restitution.

William P. Dillon, 40, Presque Isle: violating condition of release, 90 days in jail.

Mitchell M. Clark, 53, Castle Hill: operating after habitual offender revocation, prior, dismissed.

Randy Scott Lee Jr., 41, Fort Fairfield: domestic violence assault, priors, dismissed; domestic violence criminal threatening (two counts), dismissed (first), six months in jail (second).

Randy Scott Lee Jr., 41, Fort Fairfield: operating after habitual offender revocation, priors, $1, fine, nine months and one day in prison; attaching false plates, five days in jail.

Glenn A. Shaw, 58, Mars Hill: violating condition of release, $

Daniel T. Moutinho, 36, Limestone: criminal trespass, no sentence listed; violating condition of release, no sentence listed.

Chad C. Deabay, 47, Presque Isle: violating condition of release (two counts), dismissed (first), three days in jail (second).

Lloyd H. Nelson, 67, Ludlow: domestic violence terrorizing, dismissed; terrorizing, 48 hours in jail.

Karina M. Gray, 29, Presque Isle: domestic violence assault, probation continued.

Benjamin R. Cheney, 38, E Township: aggravated assault, dismissed.

Bradley T. Wilson, 32, Mapleton: theft of services, dismissed.

Justin P. Burby, 41, Ashland: reckless conduct, dismissed.

Austin Hilton, 32, Caribou: theft by unauthorized taking or transfer (two counts), dismissed (first), 48 hours in jail, all but 48 hours suspended, one-year administrative release sentence; criminal trespass, 90 days in jail, all suspended, one-year administrative release sentence.

Jack Beaulieu, 21, Presque Isle: unlawful sexual contact, dismissed; furnishing liquor to a minor, $ fine.

Randy Scott Lee Jr., 41, Fort Fairfield: violating condition of release, 24 hours in jail.

Christopher L. Bragg, 39, Castle Hill: operating while license suspended or revoked (two counts), dismissed (first), $ fine (second).

Michael R. Matton III, 26, Fort Fairfield: failure to register vehicle, dismissed.

William Flint Jr., 36, Presque Isle: operating vehicle without a license, $ fine.

Jodie C. Buckley, 29, Presque Isle, violating condition of release, $ fine.

Dustin Eastman, 36, Fort Fairfield: operating vehicle without a license, dismissed; violating condition of release, dismissed.

William P. Dillon, 40, Presque Isle: illegal possession of firearm, 24 months in prison; violating condition of release (two counts), 90 days in jail (each).

Lawrence Bragg, 66, Castle Hill: unlawful possession of methamphetamine, dismissed.

Jonathan F. St. Peter, 33, Presque Isle: operating while license suspended or revoked, prior, dismissed.

Brian T. Keenan, 43, Presque Isle: violating condition of release (two counts), 60 days in jail (first), dismissed (second).

Steven F. Ouellette, 43, Presque Isle: operating vehicle without a license, $ fine.

Jared Michael Patane, 32, Presque Isle: attaching false plates, $ fine.

Michael Allen Latronica Jr., 44, Presque Isle: attaching false plates, $ fine.

Michael Allen Latronica Jr., 44, Presque Isle: attaching false plates, $ fine; failure to register vehicle, $ fine; operating while license suspended or revoked, $ fine.

Connor P. Boulier, 27, Presque Isle: operating under the influence (alcohol), $ fine, license suspended days; criminal restraint, 48 hours in jail; violating condition of release, 48 hours in jail.

Leighton E. Burby, 37, Presque Isle: operating while license suspended or revoked, prior, $ fine.

Lloyd Bracy, 54, Damariscotta: fishing without a valid license, $ fine.

Paula Cooley, 54, Blaine: failure to register vehicle, dismissed.

John W. Kelley, 54, Pittston: operating unregistered ATV, $50 fine.

John W. Helley, 54, Pittston: harassment by interference with taking, not adjudicated.

Terry L. Wain, 56, Presque Isle: habitually truant student, $ fine.

Thomas Kelley, 31, Gilmanton, New Hampshire: hunting other’s bait site without permission, $ fine.

Linda McKenney, 34, Presque Isle: habitually truant student, $ fine.

Sheldon Corey, 45, Fort Fairfield: allowing a minor to operate ATV in violation, $ fine.

April L. Bell, 37, Mars Hill: permitting unaccompanied person under 16 to operate ATV, $25 fine.

Robert Nadeau, 53, Freeport: unlawfully trolling fly, dismissed.

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PRESQUE ISLE, Maine — The following cases were heard under the Aroostook Criminal Docket at the Presque Isle Courthouse in June. Timothy Brecht Jr, 41, Presque Isle: theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, 48 hours in jail. Richard M. Kinney, 51, Presque Isle: aggravated trafficking of scheduled drugs, $4,

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