AUGUSTA — A Waterville woman was sentenced recently in Kennebec County Superior Court to two years in jail, with all but 45 days suspecned, and two years of probation after pleading guilty to domestic violence assault and two counts of violating conditions of release.

Justice Michaela Murphy banned Marie R. Towers, 31, from contact with the victim — her boyfriend — until she completes an anger management course and gets court approval.

“No calls, no emails, no texts,” the judge told her. “If you see him, you have to run the other way.”

The boyfriend has already filed a written request with the court asking that the ban be removed. He insisted nothing happened.

The assault occurred Feb. 25 and the violations of conditions of release occurred March 16, all in Waterville.

Several other people were sentenced in separate hearings Tuesday in Kennebec County Superior Court:

* Ronald J. Budzynski, 44, of Winthrop, operating after habitual-offender revocation Aug. 6, 2010, in Winthrop, operating after habitual-offender revocation and violating conditions of release Feb. 6 in Farmingdale; eight-month jail sentence, $2,000 fine.

* Kathryn M. Bush, 25, of Farmington, N.H., unlawful possession of scheduled drug July 7, 2009, in Augusta; 364-day jail sentence, all but 45 days suspended, one year administrative release, $400 fine.

* Justin O. Smith, 23, of Pittston, unlawful possession of oxycodone and one count of operating after habitual-offender revocation Nov. 8, 2010, in Augusta, operating after habitual-offender revocation Aug. 23, 2010, in Manchester; 364 days in jail, all but 60 days suspended, one year administrative release, $900 fine.

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