AUGUSTA — Here is a list of cases closed Dec. 18-24, 2014, in Augusta District Court:

Alyssa J. Bennett, 19, of Augusta, violating condition of release and minor consuming liquor Dec. 19 in Augusta; 72-hour jail sentence, $200 fine.

Gerard S. Boynton, 27, of Monmouth, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer Nov. 13 in Monmouth; $200 fine, $12 restitution.

Jamie Brown, 26, of Lewiston, two counts of assault Aug. 25 in Augusta; 30-day jail sentence, $600 in fines.

Jeannine Conant, 52, of Augusta, disorderly conduct, fighting Aug. 15, 2013, in Augusta; seven-day jail sentence.

Danielle N. Darmana, 43, of Fayette, terrorizing and disorderly conduct, loud noise, private place Oct. 10 in Fayette; 180-day jail sentence, all but five days suspended, one-year administrative release.

Dustin DeGreenia, 25, of Farmingdale, theft by deception Nov. 8 in Augusta; $200 fine.

Jason A. Dix, 32, of Poland, operating after registration suspended Nov. 16 in Gardiner; $150 fine.

Dana A. Dodge Jr., 38, of Clinton, violating protective order April 2 in Windsor; five-day jail sentence.

Charles A. Epps, 34, of Augusta, possession of marijuana up to 1 1/4-ounce Oct. 13 in Augusta; $350 fine.

James Evans, 19, of South China, motor vehicle speeding 30-plus mph over speed limit Nov. 13 in China; $500 fine.

Timothy E. Gingras, 24, of Winthrop, operating under the influence June 15 in Winthrop; four-day jail sentence, $500 fine, 150-day license suspension.

Cory R. Guile, 37, of Auburn, operating while license suspended or revoked May 29, 2013, in Monmouth; $350 fine.

Damion E. Hanson, 20, violating condition of release Oct. 19 in Winthrop; $200 fine.

Megan Louise Heath, 23, of Randolph, possession of marijuana up to 1 1/4-ounce Oct. 3 in Augusta; $350 fine.

Cassandra R. Hernandez, 21, of Windsor, domestic violence assault Dec. 21 in Augusta; 364-day jail sentence, all but 24 hours suspended, two years’ probation.

Ceara C. Jacques, 23, of Jay, operating while license suspended or revoked July 23 in Augusta; $500.

Adam M. James, 28, of Augusta, use of drug paraphernalia Sept. 17 in Gardiner; $300 fine.

Sage A. McGowan, 22, of Winthrop, operating while license suspended or revoked March 29 in Winthrop; $500 fine, 24-hour jail sentence.

Paul A. Merrick, 52, of Augusta, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer Oct. 11 in Augusta; 24-hour jail sentence, $10 restitution.

Randy D. Morgan, 54, of Augusta; operating under the influence, theft by unauthorized use of property and operating while license suspended or revoked; 364-day jail sentence, all but seven days suspended, one year administrative release, four-year license suspension, $1,300 in fines.

Kenneth Palmer, 51, of Hallowell, disorderly conduct, fighting Aug. 5 in Manchester and disorderly conduct, loud, unreasonable noise July 2 in Augusta; 364-day jail sentence, all but 25 days suspended, one-year administrative release, $150 restitution.

Justin Parcell, 30, of Richmond, operating vehicle without a license Oct. 7 in Gardiner; $150 fine.

Jenna M. Porter, 29, of Oakland, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer May 28 in Augusta; 180-day jail sentence, all suspended, one year administrative release.

Chad N. Simoneau, 24, of Augusta, violating condition of release Oct. 11 in Augusta; 48-hour jail sentence.

Nicole A. Taylor, 38, of Farmingdale, operating while license suspended or revoked Oct. 4 in Hallowell; $500 fine.

Staceylee Taylor, 31, of Vassalboro, negotiating a worthless instrument Aug. 16 in Windsor; $400 fine, $156 restitution.

Jacob Wayne Whitman, 24, of Readfield, operating while license suspended or revoked and possession of marijuana up to 1 1/4-ounce Sept. 17 in Augusta; $600 in fines.


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