Houlton Region

Houlton Criminal Docket, March 2021

HOULTON, Maine — The following cases were heard under the Aroostook Criminal Docket at the Houlton Courthouse in March.

Eliza J. Berberian, 34, Sherman: probation violation, 2 years in prison, probation revoked.

Leslie A. Phelps, 42, Island Falls: probation violation, 11 months in prison, probation partially revoked.

Jesse E. Sawyer, Sr., 39, Linneus: probation violation, 30 days in jail, probation partially revoked; probation violation, 30 days in jail, probation partially revoked.

Zachary A. Hitchcock. 27, Oakfield: probation violation, 6 months in jail, probation partially revoked, probation continued.
Larry Drost Jr., 31, Limestone: tampering with a witness, informant, juror or victim, 90 days in jail; violating condition of release, 90 days in jail.

Nathan Richards, 38, Patten: aggravated trafficking in scheduled drugs, dismissed; driving to endanger, dismissed; unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs, 5 years in prison, all but 18 months suspended, 2 years probation, $120 restitution. 

Gwendolynn Wellman, 33, Friendship: unlawful possession of methamphetamine, priors, dismissed; unlawful possession of methamphetamine, dismissed; violating condition of release (two counts), dismissed (each).

Gwendolynn Wellman, 33, Friendship: trafficking in prison contraband, permanent transfer; violating condition of release, permanent transfer.

Zachary P. Cottle, 28, Houlton: probation violation, 9 months in jail, probation revoked.

Benjamen Ireland 25, Houlton: probation violation, 21 months in prison, probation revoked.

James R. Grant, 27, Houlton: aggravated trafficking of scheduled drugs (two counts), dismissed (each); operating while license suspended or revoked, 3 years in prison, $250 fine; unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs, 3 years in prison, $400 fine. 

Nathan Ryan Richards, 38, Patten: violating condition of release, dismissed. 

Chauncey C. Stinson, 72, criminal trespass, filed without costs. 

James R. Grant, 27, Houlton: unlawful possession of heroin, dismissed; criminal forfeiture of property, forfeiture; violating condition of release, 30 days in jail. 

Keith W. Mitchell, Sr., 49, Sherman: burning without permit, filed on unspecified costs.

April D. Drew, 31, Houlton: failing to stop for an officer, $350 fine. 

Joshua Edgerton, 24, Houlton: criminal threatening, dismissed. 

Barrett Nason, 34, Littleton: forgery, 24 days in jail, $550 restitution; theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, 24 hours in jail.

James R. Grant, 27, Houlton: violating condition of release, dismissed.

James R. Grant, 27, Houlton: unlawful possession of scheduled drug, 6 months in jail, $400 fine; violating condition of release, 30 days in jail.

Joshua Edgerton, 24, Houlton: domestic violence assault, priors domestic violence, dismissed. 

Patricia A. Lawrence, 52, Orrington: operating under the influence (alcohol), license suspended for 150 days, $500 fine.

Macy Dyer Hill, 25, Mars Hill: unlawful possession of scheduled drug (two counts), dismissed (each).

Justin C. Martin, 32, Danforth: failing to extinguish fire, $125 fine; failing to control or report a dangerous fire, $125 fine; burning without a permit, dismissed. 

Roland L. Caron, 48, Saco: disorderly conduct, offensive words, gestures, 30 days in jail, administrative release sentence 1 year. 

Zachary P. Cottle, 28, Houlton: theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, priors, 8 months in jail; burglary of a motor vehicle (four counts), 6 months in jail (first), dismissed (second, third fourth); refusing to submit to arrest or detention, refusal to stop, 6 months in jail.

Michael Vose, 36, Houlton: theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, 48 hours in jail, $180.91 restitution. 

James R. Grant, 27, Houlton: aggravated trafficking of scheduled drugs, dismissed; violating condition of release, dismissed; unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs, 10 years in prison, all suspended, 3 years probation, $400 fine. 

Benjamen Ireland, 25, Houlton: theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, priors, 24 months in prison, $211.79 restitution; violating condition of release, 30 days in jail. 

Denise Brown, 57, Houlton: criminal mischief, $200 fine. 

Gabriel Honeycutt, 19, Hodgdon: OUI (alcohol), 48 hours in jail, license suspended for 150 days, $500 fine.

Benjamen Ireland, 25, Houlton: theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, 30 months in prison; theft by unauthorized use of property, 6 months in jail; violating condition of release, 30 days in jail.

 Benjamen Ireland, 25, Houlton: robbery, dismissed; theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, priors, 6 months in jail; assault, 6 months in jail, $300 fine; burglary of a motor vehicle, dismissed; theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, 6 years in prison, all but 30 months suspended, 2 years probation, $7,000 restitution; theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, priors, dismissed; theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, 30 months in prison; burglary, 30 months in prison; illegal possession of a firearm, dismissed; criminal mischief, 6 months in jail; burglary of a motor vehicle, dismissed; theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, priors, dismissed; theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, priors, dismissed; criminal trespass, dismissed; criminal mischief, 6 months in jail; escape, dismissed; possession or transfer of burglar’s tools, dismissed; refusing to submit to arrest or detention, physical force, dismissed; violating condition of release, dismissed. 

Tadeusz Z. Remiszewski, 64, Wallingford, Connecticut: OUI (alcohol), dismissed; driving to endanger, license suspended for 30 days, $575 fine.   

Scott S. Rand, 56, Sherman: failure to register vehicle, $100 fine.

Austin McAfee, 22, Houlton: theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, dismissed. 

April D. Drew, 31, Houlton: criminal trespass, $250 fine; violating condition of release, dismissed. 

Zachary P. Cottle, 28, Houlton: theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, priors, 30 months in prison, all but 9 months and 1 day suspended, 2 years probation; burglary of a motor vehicle (three counts), 6 months in jail (first), dismissed (second, third); violating condition of release, 6 months in jail; refusing to submit to arrest or detention, physical force, 6 months in jail; assault on an officer, dismissed. 

Mary Powell, 57, Center Tuftonboro, New Hampshire: criminal trespass, dismissed; disorderly conduct, loud unreasonable noise, $150 fine. 

Shane Wilkins, 52, Monticello: domestic violence aggravated assault, 30 months in prison, all but 90 days suspended, 2 years probation; domestic violence assault, priors domestic violence (two counts), dismissed (each); domestic violence terrorizing, prior domestic violence (two counts), dismissed (first), 90 days in jail (second); terrorizing, 90 days in jail.

Darrell A. Hanning, 29, Houlton: violating condition of release, 60 days in jail; refusing to submit to arrest or detention, physical force, 60 days in jail; criminal mischief, 60 days in jail.

Leonard G. Brooker, 49, Houlton: domestic violence criminal threatening, prior domestic violence, 24 months in prison, all but 4 months suspended, 2 years probation; domestic violence terrorizing, priors domestic violence, dismissed.     

Ryan Sheldon, 33, Houlton: domestic violence assault, dismissed. 

Jesse E. Sawyer, 39, Linneus: failing to report (two counts), dismissed (each); violating condition of release (two counts), dismissed (each).

Robert W. Nadeau, 75, Smyrna Mills: shooting from motor vehicle, dismissed; shooting firearm, bow and arrow or crossbow over way, dismissed. 

Teddy Russell, 44, Houlton: domestic violence terrorizing, dismissed. 

David Viera, 40, Houlton: violating protection from abuse order, dismissed; violating condition of release, dismissed. 

Veronica R. Lopez, 30, Caribou: assault, dismissed. 

Joey Thibodeau, 50, Caribou: violating protection from abuse order,  30 hours in jail.

Bonnie Moran, 61, Houlton: cruelty to animals, $500 fine.

Matthew Lewis, 55, Houlton: cruelty to animals, $500 fine.

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