Knox County Criminal Docket, closed cases

Posted:  Wednesday, December 5, 2018 - 8:45am
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ROCKLAND — The following cases were closed in Knox County Unified Court from Nov. 26-30.

Jon Baribeau, 49, of Brunswick, appeared before Judge Beth Dobson in Knox County Unified Court Nov. 29. He entered a plea for the charge of criminal attempt.

The state and Baribeau agreed to a year-long deferred disposition for his sentence.

The terms of his agreement include that he must refrain from any further criminal activity, take his prescribed medication and comply with all conditions of his bail.

If Baribeau is successful, the state will amend the charge of criminal mischief to a misdemeanor with a fully suspended sentence of 364 days in jail with one year of probation. If he does not comply with the terms of the deferred disposition, then he will face open sentencing in November 2019.

According to the affidavit filed in court by Camden police, they received a report around 10 a.m. on Aug. 28, 2017, from the manager at a local grocery store that a person dressed in a yellow rain suit and wearing a ski mask, attempted to get into the back of a Brink’s armored truck that was parked outside the store.

The man, later identified as Baribeau, was unsuccessful and then ran off in the woods behind the shopping center.

Belfast police officer Travis Spencer, and his trained dog, Dex, a Dutch-German shepherd mix, assisted with the search but they did not locate the man.

Baribeau had been living in his boat that was in dry dock in Camden at the time of the incident, documents said. He had gone to the grocery store that morning to get a cup of coffee, according to the affidavit.

On Sept. 2, Camden police were contacted by Brunswick police about a possible suspect, who was living in that town. A resident there told police of suspecting that Baribeau was the one who tried to gain access to the Brink’s truck, the report said.

Camden Police Detective Curt Andrick said that police had also received new leads on the case from witnesses, and video evidence, according to a previous news release. Detective Don Murray of the Knox County Sheriff’s Office also assisted with the investigation.

Police obtained a search warrant and searched the apartment of the sister in Brunswick where they collected a dark woolen knit hat and a yellow raincoat as evidence, according to the court document.

Baribeau was arrested Sept. 5, 2017 in Brunswick and transported to the Knox County Jail.

At his initial court hearing the following day, Judge Susan Sparaco set his bail at $1000 cash and he was ordered not to return to any financial institution and the Camden market.

Brooks Sayyer Bumbalo, 22, of Rockland, violating condition of release in Rockland Aug. 11, 30 days in jail; operating under the influence (alcohol), one prior, $700 fine, 30 days in jail, license suspended three years; operating vehicle without license-conditions/restrictions in Rockland Aug. 4, 30 days in jail.

Travis E. Cline, 38, of Warren, unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs, dismissed; unlawful furnishing scheduled drug in Warren Nov. 22, 2017, $400 fine, three years in jail with all but 30 days suspended, probation two years.

Zachary Curtis, 36, of Camden, burglary, dismissed; theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, dimissed; criminal trespass, five days in jail.

Justin A. Degreenia, 29, of Manchester, operating while license suspended or revoked, prior, in Owls Head April 30, $500 fine.

Julia L. Dehlinger, 29, of Owls Head, operating while license suspended or revoked in Owls Head Aug. 25, $250 fine.

Justin B. Digaetano, 28, of Portland, trafficking in prison contraband in Wararen Nov.21, 2016, seven months in jail.

Robert O. Dion, 35, of Lewiston, violating condition of release, two counts, in Rockport Aug. 22 and Aug. 23, two years in jail with all but 90 days suspended, probation two years.

Jessica L. Drinkwater, 32, of Thomaston, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, priors in Thomaston Sept. 17, one year in jail with all but 60 days suspended, probation two years; operating under the influence (alcohol) in Rockport Oct, 14, $500 fine, 30 days in jail, license suspended 150 days; violating condition of release in Rockport Oct. 14, 30 days in jail; operating under the influence (alcohol)-no test in Rockland Oct. 13, $600 fine, 30 days in jail, license suspended 150 days; violating condition of release in Rockland Oct. 13, 30 days in jail; unlawful possession of scheduled durg, two counts, dismissed.

Deanna Hewlett Dyer, 43, of Appleton, permit unlawful use in Appleton Sept. 29, $250 fine; violating condition of release in Appleton Sept. 29, $250 fine.

Gary L. Elwell, 35, of Belmont, disorderly conduct, loud unreasonable noise in Rockland Oct. 7, $250 fine.

Carrie Emerson, 40, of Friendship, trafficking in prison contraband, dismissed; unlawful possession of scheduled drug in Rockland June 11, $400 fine, 364 days in jail all suspended, probation one year; operating under the influence (durgs or combination), dismissed.

Kaitlyn M. Everett, 23, of Rockland, unlawful possession of scheduled drug in Rockland Aug. 15, $400 fine; unlawful trafficking in scheduled durgs, $400 fine, four years in jail with all but six months suspended, probation three years; violating condition of release, 30 days in jail in Rockland Spet. 24.

Anna E. Haberman Fake, 25, of Rockland, driving to endanger in Rockport May 3, $1000 fine.

Randy Heald, 38, of Jefferson, disorderly conduct, loud unreasonable noise, dismissed.

James B. Houghton, 44, of Waldoboro, operating while license suspended or revoked in Thomaston Aug. 12, $500 fine.

Uno J. Ilvonen, 30, of Owls Head, operating under the influence (alcohol), two priors, in Rockland Dec. 22, 2016, $1100 fine, two years in jail with all but 90 days suspended, probation two years, license suspended six years, registration suspended; violating condition of release in St. George Nov. 27, 90 days in jail.

Matthew P. Jacoby, 41, of Warren, criminal trespass, dismissed.

Raheem A. James, 24, of Rockland, violating condition of release in Rockland June 1; assault, dismissed; criminal trespass, dismissed; criminal trespass in Rockland June 1, $300 fine, 48 hours in jail.

Duane Adam Johnson, 44, of Westport Island, domestic violence assault, priors, four years in jail with all but 90 days suspended, probation three years; obstructing report of a crime, 90 days in jail in Warren July 29; violating condition of release, dismissed; violating protection from abuse order, dismissed.

Michael D. Jordan, 30, of Waterville, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer in Thomaston Sept. 9, $250 fine, $85.80 restitution.

David Lash, 43, of Washington, failure to pay tax or file return, seven counts, 364 days in jail with all but 14 days suspended, administrative release sentence one year, restitution $16,490 for indicidents that occurred from January 2012 through January 2016.

Brandi Littlefield, 30, of Belfast, attaching false plates in Camden Sept. 15, $150 fine.

Clark W. McKay, 20, of Rockport, operating under the influence in Appleton May 13, 2017, $500 fine.

William V. McMahan, 37, of Owls Head, resident commercial fishing without license in Owls Head June 10, $250 fine.

Corey Morris, 37, of St. George, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer in Tenants Harbor Sept. 8, $350 fine.

Ryan J. Newbert, 22, of South Thomaston, violating condition of release in Rockland Nov. 23, 90 days in jail.

Harmony Palmer, 29, of Swanville, operating under the influence (alcohol), two priors, $1100 fine, 90 days in jail, license suspended six years, registration suspended; operating vehicle without license-conditions/restrictions, 90 days in jail; violating condition of release, 90 days in jail. All incidents occurred in Warren Oct. 13.

Seth Allen Poland, 40, of Thomaston, probation violation for original conviction of domestic violence assault in Thomaston Sept. 23, 2016, 180 days in jail all suspended, probation two years.

Megan A. Pratt, 27, of Bangor, operating while license suspended or revoked, dismissed.

Dustin R. Prescott, 29, of St. George, unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs, $400 fine, $400 suspended, six years in jail with all but two years suspended, probation two years; violating condition of release, 30 days in jail. Both incidents occurred in Rockland Sept. 24. Prescott was indicted by the Knox County Grand Jury in November.

Daniel B. Remington, 41, of Sabattus, motor vehicle speeding: 30 plus miles over the speed limit, dismissed.

Andrew J. Reynolds, 59, of West Palm Beach, Fla., domestic violence assault in Camden Aug. 6, 180 days in jail all suspended, probation two years.

Eva C. Ritchie, 21, of Camden, operating under the influence (alcohol), dismissed; operating vehicle without license-conditions/restrictions, $200 fine; driving to endanger, $575 fine, license suspended 30 days, in Rockport May 14.

Wade S. Smith, 46, of Camden, disorderly conduct, offensive words, gestures, dismissed; criminal mischief in Camden Aug. 1, $150 fine.

Jedediah Clinton Wasilewski, 39, of Belfast, assault in Warren June 29, $300 fine, 45 days in jail; assault on an officer, dismissed.

Galen Weaver, 58, of St. George, violating protection from abuse order in Rockland Sept. 18, 14 days in jail; domestic violence stalking, 364 days in jail with all but 14 days suspended, probation one year; criminal trespass, 14 days in jail; disorderly conduct, offensive words, gestures, 14 days in jail. Incidents occurred in Rockland Sept. 12.

Mark J. White, 46, of Appleton, domestic violence assault in Appleton Oct. 22, 2017, 364 days in jail with all but 30 days suspended, probation one year; violating condition of release, two counts in Appleton Oct. 22 and Oct. 24.

Nathan D. Wright, 38, of Rockland, burglary, five years in jail with all but one year suspended, probation two years; domestic violence assault, five years in prison with all but one year suspended; aggravated criminal trespass, five years in prison with all but one year suspended; theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, 90 days in jail in Rockland Oct. 27.

Garrett B. Young, 24, of Tenants Harbor, possessing lobster beyond minimum or maximum in Tenants Harbor Sept. 4, $1100 fine.

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