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Cases May 1-31

Laurie J. Ford, 47, Newport, operating vehicle while under influence of intoxicants, $1,400, prison three years, all but one year six months suspended, probation two years, license suspended four years; aggravated operating vehicle after habitual offender revocation, $1,000, prison three years, all but one year six months suspended, probation two years; violating condition of release, jail 30 days; operating vehicle after habitual offender license revocation, $1,000, prison one year; failing to give correct name, address or date of birth, jail 30 days; violating condition of release, jail 30 days.

Kyle W. Gahm, 22, Alfred, violating condition of release, jail 24 hours; violating condition of release, jail 72 hours.

Donald A. Getchell, 33, Greenbush, assault, $300, jail four months.

Christopher Robert Harding, 42, Bradley, violating protective order, jail 14 days; violating condition of release, jail 14 days.

Kenneth E. Hawkes, 43, Brewer, operating vehicle while license suspended or revoked, $250; violating condition of release, jail 48 hours.

Bruce A. Hews, 35, Bangor, unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs, $400, jail 30 days, restitution $670.

William Hilderbrand, 20, Bangor, criminal mischief, jail 50 days; violating condition of release, jail 50 days; violating condition of release, jail 48 hours.

Gregory M. Hollis, 45, Hampden, operating vehicle while under influence of intoxicants, $800, jail 14 days, license suspended 18 months.

Philip A. Ireland, 30, Burke, Va., operating vehicle after license suspension, $400; failing to appear after bailed, $600.

Sandra L. Koehler Hanson, 44, Bangor, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, jail six months.

Kevin Lane, 37, Old Town, burglary, jail 54 months, all but six months suspended, probation two years, restitution $1,600; three counts theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, jail six months each count; theft by receiving stolen property, jail six months.

Kirk Leavitt, 39, Greenfield, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, dismissed.

Richard M. Lewis Jr., 44, Lowell, aggravated operating vehicle after habitual offender license revocation, $1,000, prison one year; operating vehicle while under influence of intoxicants, $700, jail seven days, license suspended 18 months.

Theodore McCummings, 18, Natick, Mass., robbery, dismissed.

Robert L. Miller, 42, Bangor, operating vehicle while under influence of intoxicants, $500, jail 14 days, license suspended 90 days; operating vehicle while license suspended or revoked, $250.

Joshua M. Mishio, 29, Bangor, theft by deception, jail nine months, restitution $1,259.

Heather B. Newcomb, 29, Etna, unlawful possession of scheduled drug, $400; operating vehicle while license suspended or revoked, $500, jail 30 days.

John K. Perkins, no age listed, Presque Isle, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, $400, jail four months.

John K. Perkins Jr., 21, Bangor, unlawful possession of scheduled drug, jail four months; forgery, prison 38 months, restitution $255.04.

Denzal Person, 19, East Patchogue, N.Y., theft by deception, $500, restitution $477.50.

Ralph D. Pickett, 48, Westminster, Md., unlawful possession of scheduled drug, $2,000, jail 60 days, restitution $110.

Shannon M. Pond, 30, Brewer, criminal mischief, jail 30 days, restitution $250.

Gavin Quimby, 34, Ripley, unlawful possession of scheduled drug, $400.

Michael E. Ramsey, 47, Clifton, operating vehicle while under influence of intoxicants, $700, jail 14 days, license suspended 90 days.

Seth David Rivera, 21, Bangor, assault, $300, jail 30 days.

David A. Sesona Jr., 21, Bangor, operating vehicle after habitual offender revocation, $500, jail 45 days.

Sheri L. Snow, 37, Hancock, assault, $300, jail 364 days, all but 60 days suspended, probation one year; operating vehicle while under influence of intoxicants, $750, jail seven days, license suspended 18 months.

Andrew P. Soucia, 27, Brewer, unlawful possession of scheduled drug, $400.

Mandy St. Onge, 30, Enfield, theft by unauthorized use of property, $250, restitution $2,000.


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