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Presque Isle Criminal Docket, April 2020

PRESQUE ISLE, Maine — The following cases were heard under the Aroostook Criminal Docket at the Presque Isle Courthouse during the month of April.

Seth Lockheart, 24, Fort Fairfield: probation violation, 40 days in jail, probation partially revoked.

Andrew A. Corson, 23, New Castle: domestic violence assault, dismissed; disorderly conduct, offensive words, gestures, $200 fine. 

Trisha L. Carmichael, 44, Fort Fairfield: theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, probation continued, no sentence imposed. 

Roger Simard, 34, Presque Isle: probation violation, 15 months in prison, probation partially revoked.

Seth Christopher Perkins, 29, Presque Isle: probation violation, 17 days in jail, probation partially revoked, probation continued.

Stenson J. Gustin, 22, Caribou: unlawful possession of methamphetamine, 18 months in prison, all but 3 months suspended, 1 year probation, $500 fine, $240 restitution; violating condition of release, 3 months in jail.

Jack B. Williams, 30, Houlton: unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs, dismissed; unlawfully furnishing scheduled drug, four counts, 9 months in jail, $500 fine (first), 6 months in jail, $400 fine (second), dismissed (third) and 9 months in jail, $750 fine, $120 restitution (fourth); criminal forfeiture of property, forfeit.

Jack B. Williams, 30, Houlton: violating condition of release, 90 days in jail.

Jack B. Williams, 30, Houlton: unlawful possession of methamphetamine, 9  months in prison, $120 restitution, $500 fine; violating condition of release, 90 days in jail; criminal forfeiture of property, forfeit. 

Jack B. Williams, 30, Houlton: violating condition of release, 90 days in jail. 

David Tremblay III, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, priors, 13 months and 16 days in prison.

Chad Brewer, 42, Blaine: violating protection from abuse order,  30 days in jail.

Chad Brewer, 42, Blaine: unlawful possession of methamphetamine, 18 months in prison all but 90 days suspended, 1 year probation, $400 fine; criminal forfeiture, forfeit.

Brandon L. Boyd, 32, Presque Isle: unlawful possession of scheduled drug, 7 days in jail, $400 fine. 

Brandon L. Boyd, 32, Presque Isle: unlawful possession of methamphetamine, 30 months in prison all but 6 months suspended, 2 years probation, $120 restitution, $400 fine; violating condition of release, 90 days in jail.

Clifford A. Shaw, 36, Limestone: unlawful possession of a scheduled drug, 3 days in jail, $120 restitution, $400 fine. 

Jebb Mitchneck, 28, Presque Isle: violating condition of release, $250 fine. 

Jack B. Williams, 30, Presque Isle: unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs, 6 years in prison, all but 9 months suspended, 3 years probation, $2,000 fine, $440 restitution; violating condition of release, 6 months in jail.  

Brandon L. Boyd, 32, Presque Isle: unlawful possession of methamphetamine, 6 months in jail, $400 fine; unlawful possession of a scheduled drug, dismissed; violating condition of release, 90 days in jail. 

Christopher E. Prest, 28, Houlton: domestic violence assault, 24 hours in jail, 24 months in prison, 2 years probation, $75 restitution; obstructing report of crime, 90 days in jail; criminal restraint, 90 days in jail; operating vehicle without license, 7 days in jail.  

Chad Brewer, 42, Blaine: violating condition of release, 30 days in jail.

Michael WL Garman, 42, Fort Fairfield: domestic violence assault, dismissed; refusing to submit to arrest or detention, refusing to stop, 4 days in jail; violating condition of release, 4 days in jail; disorderly conduct, offensive words, gestures, 4 days in jail, $400 fine. 

Eric Richard Stone Jr., 20, Turner Falls:  domestic violence reckless conduct, dismissed; obstruction report of crime, $350 fine. 

Jonathan Holmes, 30, Presque Isle: violating condition of release, dismissed. 

Kurt Mills, 43, Fort Fairfield: criminal threatening, 48 hours in jail; disorderly conduct, offensive words, gestures, 48 hours in jail; assault, 48 hours in jail, $300 fine. 

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