Crime and Courts

Caribou Criminal Docket (January 2018)

CARIBOU, Maine — The following cases were heard under the Aroostook Criminal Docket at the Caribou Courthouse during the month of January.

Doreen Peckham, 54, Limestone: theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, $100 fine; criminal trespass, $100 fine; theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, $200 fine, $141.99 restitution.

Damian D. Simoneau, 24, Charleston: probation violation, 28 months in prison, probation revoked.

Ryan Tourk, 20, Presque Isle: unlawful furnishing scheduled drug, $500 fine.

Brian C. Marchant, 57, Wade: disorderly conduct, offensive words, gestures, 72 hours in jail.

Douglas Piper, 53, Washburn: operating under the influence (alcohol), $600 fine, 30 days in jail.

Ariel R. Stiggle-Wright, 27, Presque Isle: forgery, 15 days in jail.

Joshua D. Kinney, 31, Easton: domestic violence terrorizing, 280 days in jail.

Harley D. Simon, 38, Woodland: misuse of public benefits instrument, 10 days in jail, $1,091.78 restitution.

Damian D. Simoneau, 24, Presque Isle: operating after habitual offender revocation, prior, $1,000 fine, 28 months in prison; failing to stop for officer, six months in jail; refuse to submit to arrest or detention, refuse to stop, six months in jail.

William J. Sullivan, Sr., 55, Van Buren: operating while license suspended or revoked, $250 fine.

Jonathan B. Monahan, 56, Woodland: reckless conduct, 30 months in prison all but 40 days suspended, two years’ probation.

Shane M. Donahue, 31, Caribou: operating after habitual offender revocation, $500 fine, 60 days in jail.

Amy E. Hartley, 39, Caribou: operating while license suspended or revoked, prior, filed on $500 costs.

Carrie L. Wade, 35, Washburn: violating condition of release, $250 fine, 24 hours in jail.

Codie Troy Robbins, 25, Caribou: theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, 118 days in jail (two counts); criminal trespass, 364 days in prison all but 118 days suspended, one year probation, $75 restitution; assault, $300 fine, 118 days in jail; violating condition of release, 118 days in jail; criminal mischief, 118 days in jail.

John S. King, 39, Limestone: theft by receiving stolen property, $500 fine.

Michael Allen Latronica, Jr., 40, Washburn: violating condition of release, 60 days in jail.

Shane Donahue, 31, Caribou: operating after habitual offender revocation, $500 fine, 60 days in jail; violating condition of release, 60 days in jail.

Derek Michaud, 18, Presque Isle: operating vehicle without license, $200 fine.

Tasha M. Levesque, 30, Van Buren: OUI (alcohol), $500 fine, 150-day license suspension.

Renee Lichterman, 32, Caribou: disorderly conduct, loud noise, private place, $100 fine.

Shane Forbes, 41, Caribou: operating vehicle without license, $150 fine.

Larry Holloway, 35, Caribou: operating vehicle without license, $150 fine.

Marshall Lebel, 18, Brooksville: loaded firearm or crossbow in motor vehicle, $150 fine.

Richard Lebel, 39, Brooksville: loaded firearm or crossbow in motor vehicle, $150 fine.

Rickie Joseph Pelletier, 34, Woodland: unlawful possession wild animal or bird, $250 fine.

Alan B. Gilman, 56, Fort Fairfield: violating condition of release, 48 hours in jail.

Ryan Tourk, 20, Caribou: violating condition of release, $500 fine.

Keith Jordan, 40, Caribou: terrorizing, 60 days in jail; violating condition of release, five days in jail.

Devon Espling, 28, New Sweden: filed on $250 costs.

Sean Ouellette, 46, Caribou: operating while license suspended or revoked, prior, $500 fine.

Terrence T. Nesbitt, 27, Fall River, MA: assault, three days in jail.

Kelly J. Sekula, 54, Caribou: criminal mischief, filed on $500 costs.

Harley D. Simon, 38, Unity: probation violation, 26 days in jail, probation partially revoked, probation continued.

Robert C. Hawco, 37, Fort Fairfield: theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, seven days in jail (two counts), $5,000 restitution.

James C. Boyce, 34, Houlton: probation violation, nine months one day in prison, probation partially revoked.

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