AUGUSTA — The following cases involving area residents were closed Oct. 17 to Oct. 23 in Augusta District Court.

William Lee Austin, 26, of Augusta, two charges of theft by unauthorized taking or transfer Sept. 1 and Aug. 24, both in Augusta; 15 day jail sentence.

Aric C. Brown, 20, of Augusta, violating condition of release and operating under the influence Sept. 19 in Monmouth; $500 fine, 24 hour jail sentence, 90-day license suspension.

Michael S. Garand, 29, of Waterville, furnishing liquor to a minor Nov. 26, 2011, in Fayette; $500 fine, 96 hour jail sentence.

George Gossage, 43, of Waterville, failure to comply with sex offender registry act May 1 in Augusta; four day jail sentence.

Lisa G. Hubbard, 51, of Chelsea, keeping dangerous dog Aug. 7 in Chelsea; $250 fine.

Joseph Johnson, 34, of Augusta, violating protective order Sept. 13 in Augusta; 180 day suspended jail sentence, one year administrative release.

Joel D. Lachance, 44, of Augusta, two counts of theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, May 6 and July 27 in

Augusta; $200 fine, all suspended, $300 restitution.

James Lee, 31, of Windsor, violating condition of release April 28 in Windsor; 48 hour jail sentence.

Jessica Parker, 31, of Nobleboro, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer Sept. 26 in Farmingdale, $200 fine, $465 restitution.

Joseph N. Roy, 69, of Gardiner, criminal trespass Oct. 17 in Gardiner; 24 hour jail sentence.

Jeffery A. Rubin, 56, of Fayette, operating without safety equipment July 6 in Fayette; $100 fine.

Daniel Sabattis, 19, of Pittston, violating condition of release Oct. 11 in West Gardiner; 72 hour jail sentence.

Basil J. Stratton, 29, of Fairfield, operating vehicle without license July 10 in Augusta; $100 fine.

Clark Tracey H. Stump, 31, of Pittston, keeping dangerous dog July 21 in Pittston; $250 fine.

Randall E. Tondreau, 30, of Augusta, operating while license suspended or revoked June 3 in Augusta; $250 fine.

Joy M. Ware, 51, of Augusta, two counts of theft by unauthorized taking or transfer May 24 and Oct. 23 in Augusta; 180 day jail sentence with all but 20 days suspended, one year administrative release.

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