AUGUSTA — A man riding a stolen all-terrain vehicle that crashed through the Kennebec River last February was sentenced Tuesday to 10 days in jail for theft by receiving stolen property.

Brian E. Cray, 22, of Gardiner, has already served that jail time, and an additional 354 days were suspended. He was placed on administrative release for a year.

Cray had already paid $750 restitution prior to the sentencing hearing in Kennebec County Superior Court.

Cray was one of three men who ended up in frigid water when two ATVs sank late at night Feb. 14 in Gardiner. He initially was charged with operating an unregistered ATV and operating to endanger.

A number of other people were sentenced in separate hearings Tuesday in Kennebec County Superior Court:

* Wendy L. Belyea, 41, of Palermo, unlawful possession of scheduled drugs Jan. 6, 2010, in Waterville; $400 fine.

* Bobbie Gean Edmonds, 38, of Augusta, reckless violation of a protective order and domestic violence assault May 28, and two counts of violating a protective order May 14, all in Augusta; three-year jail sentence, with all but 60 days suspended, two years of probation.

* Jeffrey E. Eaton Jr., 26, of Belgrade, theft by extortion May 10 in Augusta; six-month jail sentence.

* Reuben M. Field, of 27, of Augusta, trafficking in prison contraband March 22 in Augusta; six-month jail sentence concurrent to a probation revocation.

* Edward Fleischer, 41, of Augusta, terrorizing May 12 in Augusta; 30-day jail sentence.

* Peter J. Ouellette, of 21, of Waterville, criminal restraint June 22, 2011, in Waterville; 364-day jail sentence, with all but 90 days suspended, one year of probation.

* Niffy A. Wilson, 23, of Chelsea, theft by deception and violating condition of release March 10 and theft by receiving stolen property, misuse of identification, forgery, and violation condition of release June 24, all in Augusta; three-year jail sentence, with all but 120 days suspended, two years of probation, $1,231 restitution.

* Wendy Jean Murray, 40, of Pittsfield, operating under the influence June 7 in Waterville; 180-day jail sentence, with all but 13 days suspended, one-year administrative release; $700 fine.

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