Waldo County Superior Court cases Aug. 13-Sept. 11, 2012

Posted Oct. 22, 2012, at 6:57 p.m.

Waldo County Superior Cour

Cases Aug. 13-Sept. 11, 2012

Jeremy Arpan, 33, Searsport, three counts terrorizing, assault on officer, assault, all dismissed.

Stephanie S. Bartlett, 36, Searsmont, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, $1,000.

Darlene Joyce Ford, 57, Swanville, cultivating marijuana, dismissed.

James T. Ford, 35, Swanville, aggravated cultivating marijuana; violating condition of release, all dismissed.

Paul J. Ford, 32, Swanville, cultivating marijuana, dismissed.

Arthur R. Gardiner Sr., 60, Swanville, criminal threatening with dangerous weapon, dismissed.

Kevin S. Gibbs, 31, Searsport, domestic violence criminal threatening, jail 20 days.

Adam W. Gray, 24, Swanville, criminal attempt, jail 30 days; possessing burglar’s tools, jail 30 days; burglary, probation two years.

Kathryn J. Gray Fletcher, 32, Winterport, criminal mischief, jail 90 days; domestic violence assault, jail 90 days.

Raven Jordan W. Hustus, 24, Unity, aggravated trafficking of scheduled drugs, $400, prison four years, all but six months suspended, probation two years.

Paul L. Lessard, 45, Belfast, illegal possession of firearm, $1,000.

Eric W. Levangie, 39, Belfast, disorderly conduct, $500.

Adam R. Lynn, 32, Monroe, cultivating marijuana, $500, prison 18 months, all but 45 days suspended, probation two years, restitution $100.

Douglas Noble Jr., 23, Belfast, burglary, prison three years, all but 90 days suspended, probation two years.

Derek Pomeroy, 25, Swanville, two counts unlawful possession of scheduled drug, $400 each count, jail 90 days each count; refusing to submit to arrest or detention, $400, jail 90 days.

Patrick M. Quinn, 37, Camden, burglary, prison four years all suspended, probation three years, restitution $10,000; theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, prison two years.

Michael J. Redding, 23, Belfast, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, $500.

Latisha M. Robert, 25, Searsport, violating condition of release, jail seven days.

Troy Thomas Jr., 28, Belfast, attaching false plates, jail 90 days; theft of services, jail 90 days; two counts operating vehicle after habitual offender license revocation, $1,000, prison one year each count; forgery, $1,000, jail 90 days; theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, jail 90 days; burglary, prison three years, all but one year suspended, probation two years, restitution $10.05; attaching false plates, jail 90 days; operating vehicle after habitual offender license revocation, $1,000, prison one year.

Howard George Wells III, 40, Stockton Springs, reckless conduct, $450.

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