Bangor Courts

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Bangor Courts


Cases Aug. 13-17, 2012

Aaron W. Albert, 19, Glenburn, violating condition of release, $150.

Shane Albert, 20, Milford, minor possessing liquor, $300.

Mark W. Allard, 37, Kenduskeag, hindering apprehension or prosecution, jail 60 days; failing to make oral or written accident report, jail 15 days.

Elbert Alston Jr., 44, Bangor, assault, $300.

Randy Barner, 31, Raleigh, criminal threatening with dangerous weapon, prison three years, all but 54 days suspended, probation two years.

Matthew A. Blethen, 19, Ellsworth, two counts theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, jail 90 days each count; two counts forgery, jail 90 days each count; two counts criminal mischief, jail 90 days each count, restitution $496.50.

Earl H. Boutilier, 51, Boutiliers Point, Nova Scotia, rule violation, duty status not current, not guilty.

Darrell Bowden, 54, Bangor, drinking in public, jail 24 hours.

Chad B. Brackett, 33, Medway, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, jail four days.

Daisy Brackett, 26, Medway, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, dismissed.

Frederick Brown, 54, Holden, violating protective order, $300.

Leonard Bruyere, 59, Corinth, domestic violence assault, jail 364 days, all but seven days suspended, probation two years; domestic violence criminal threatening, jail 364 days, all but seven days suspended, probation two years; violating condition of release, jail seven days.

William James Bureau, 37, Glenburn, unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs, $400.

Aaron C. Buzzell, 27, Lewiston, operating vehicle while under influence of intoxicants, $700, jail seven days, license suspended three years.

Matthew TR Callahan, 18, Frankfort, minor possessing liquor, $200.

Gordon C. Cameron, 27, Calais, operating vehicle while under influence of intoxicants, $2,100, prison one year, license suspended six years, registration suspended; aggravated assault, prison five years, all but 30 months suspended, probation three years.

Ihan A. Cameron, 20, Bangor, minor possessing liquor, $300.

Frank Campbell, 58, Hampden, criminal mischief, jail six months all suspended; domestic violence assault, jail six months all suspended, probation two years; violating condition of release jail seven days; disorderly conduct, jail seven days.

Frank M. Capero, 63, Parkman, fishing violation of number, amount, weight or size, $150.

Tanya Chagnon, 39, Hermon, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, jail 10 days.

Robert D. Chase, 28, Bangor, disorderly conduct, $250.

Asmin Cisija, 40, Rochester, New Mexico, rule violation, operating of vehicle with false duty, $750.

Nicole L. Clark, 25, Carmel, criminal mischief, jail 24 hours, restitution $1,000.

Dawn M. Cline, 26, Milford, passing stopped school bus, not guilty.

Vicki Compton, 66, Bangor, criminal trespass, jail 24 hours.

Gil H. Cote, 40, Newport, negotiating worthless instrument, $200, restitution $639.66.

Ryan Currie Huggard, 31, Bangor, criminal trespass, $150.

Alfred James Daigle, 26, Auburn, failing to attach deer tag to deer, $100.

Nichole Daniszewski, 21, Orono, fishing without valid license, $100.

Katie Day, 28, Levant, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, not guilty.

Joshua W. Dickey, 26, Mattawamkeag, operating vehicle after habitual offender license revocation, $1,000, jail six months.

James Doyle, 27, Bangor, possessing revoked, mutilated, fictitious or fraudulent license/identification card, $150; domestic violence assault, jail five days.

Donald R. Duenas, 41, East Machias, failing to register vehicle, $100.

Florence R. Estabrook, 65, Frankfort, operating vehicle while under influence of intoxicants, $700.

Jessica B. Eversole, 31, Bangor, fugitive from justice, dismissed.

Samuel Fauteck, 42, Millinocket, disorderly conduct, $100.

Robert E. Fling, 61, Bangor, operating vehicle while license suspended or revoked, dismissed. …

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