Aroostook County Superior Court cases May 1-31, 2011

Posted June 22, 2011, at 2:03 p.m.

Aroostook County Superior Court, Caribou

Cases May 1-31, 2011

Gary P. Beaulier, 39, Ashland, failing to stop all-terrain vehicle, $500; failing to give correct name, address or date of birth, jail 48 hours; operating vehicle while license suspended or revoked, $1,000, jail five days.

Eugene B. Brown, 34, Washburn, criminal restraint, filed, defendant paying court costs, $300.

James F. Campbell, 43, Presque Isle, operating vehicle while under influence of intoxicants, $1,000, license suspended 90 days.

Leo G. Chasse, 48, Grand Isle, unlawful possession of scheduled drug, $400, jail 30 days all suspended, administrative release sentence, one year; cultivating marijuana, $1,300.

Scott A. Churchill, 28, Fort Fairfield, unlawful possession of oxycodone; unlawful furnishing scheduled drug; both counts dismissed.

James G. Clark, 51, Presque Isle, operating vehicle after habitual offender license revocation, $1,500, jail 30 days.

Jon Alan Clayton Jr., 47, Blaine, failing to comply sex offender regulation act, dismissed.

Jessica R. Dennett, 23, Presque Isle, burglary, prison 18 months, all but 30 days suspended, probation one year.

Aaron C. Dyer, 26, Presque Isle, unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs, $1,000, prison six years, all but three years suspended, probation three years, restitution $250; unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs, $400, prison three years.

Norris R. Frost, 27, Caribou, operating vehicle after habitual offender license revocation, dismissed.

Jody Green, 41, Caribou, assault, $1,000.

Neddel F. Griffin, 63, Mapleton, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, $1,000, jail 30 days all suspended, administrative release sentence, one year.

George P. Howard Jr., 54, Washburn, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, $500.

Nicholas Leavitt, 19, Mapleton, operating vehicle while license suspended or revoked, $500, jail 30 days; violating condition of release, jail 60 days.

Nicholas Leavitt, 19, Mapleton, violating condition of release, $400, jail 60 days.

Nicholas S. Leavitt, 19, Presque Isle, endangering welfare of child, jail 100 days; furnishing liquor to minor, $500; unlawful furnishing scheduled drug, $400, jail 100 days.

Jonathan Lopez, 25, Presque Isle, unlawful possession of scheduled drug, $400, jail five days.

Phillip L. Madore, 52, Presque Isle, domestic violence, criminal threatening, jail nine months, all but 46 days suspended, probation one year.

Jessica D. Maher, 20, Caribou, stealing drugs, jail 60 days, administrative release sentence, 60 days; theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, $1,000, jail 60 days all suspended, administrative release sentence, 60 days..

Ashley Martin, 27, Perham, violating condition of release, jail six months; theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, prison four years, all but two years suspended, probation two years, restitution $4,847.

Craig S. McBreairty, 27, Fort Kent, four counts burglary, one count dismissed, prison 7 years; burglary of motor vehicle, jail 364 days; criminal mischief, dismissed; theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, prison 364 days; two counts theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, jail 10 months; theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, prison six years.

Angel Montes, 23, Presque Isle, domestic violence, jail six months, probation revoked.

Gary M. Rider, 19, Madawaska, hindering apprehension or prosecution, dismissed.

John A. Sam, 22, Caribou, assault, $300, jail 135 days; robbery, dismissed; criminal threatening, dismissed; assault, dismissed; two counts obstructing report of crime, jail 135 days, one count dismissed; assault, dismissed; theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, dismissed.

Ryan D. Skidgel, 24, Caribou, criminal mischief; five counts theft by unauthorized taking or transfer; four counts burglary; all counts dismissed.

Lance Smith, 29, Easton, disorderly conduct, $400.

Judy A. Theriault, 50, Caribou, unlawful possession of scheduled drug, $400.

Raymond Thompkins III, 41, Presque Isle, disorderly conduct, $400; obstructing report of crime, dismissed.

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