Knox County Criminal Docket closed cases

Posted:  Tuesday, February 19, 2019 - 6:00pm
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ROCKLAND — The following cases were closed in Knox County Unified Court from Feb. 11-15.

Russell Ackerman, 34, of Lincolnville, driving to endanger in Rockland Aug. 23, 2017, $575 fine, license suspended 30 days; disorderly conduct, offensive words, gestures, dismissed.

Elijah P. Bineau Ames, 18, of Vinalhaven, minor having false identification in Rockland Nov. 21, $200 fine.

Christopher J. Archambault, 52, of Warren, N.H., fugitive from justice, dismissed.

Evan M. Benner, 28, of Waldoboro, violating condition of release in Thomaston Feb. 14, 2019, seven days in jail.

Kathrin C. Billmeier, 35, of Hallowell, violating condition of release in Camden Dec. 5, $500 fine.

Daniel C. Breen, 37, of Vinalhaven, failure to comply with sex offender registry act, third offense in Cushing May 15, three years in jail with all but seven months suspended, probation two years.

Steven E. Clarke, 54, of Rockland, unlawful possession of scheduled drug, dismissed; assault, dismissed.

Francis A. Coletti, 27, of Brooklyn, N.Y., operating under the influence (alcohol) in Rockland Dec. 24, $500 fine, license suspended 150 days.

Alex Colson, 31, of Rockland, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer in Thomaston Oct. 23, 2017, $750 fine.

Aleisa D. Demichael, 43, of Daytona Beach, Fla., harassment by telephone in Rockland Jan. 2, 2019, $250 fine.

Duncan L. Dyer, 22, of Rockport, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, forgery, misuse of identification all in Rockport March 17, 2017, 35 days in jail; theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, criminal trespass, theft by deception, violating condition of release all in Rockport May 13, 2017, 35 days in jail.

Ronald Jackson, 73, of Washington, placing bait to entice deer in Washington Nov. 5, $200 fine; shooting from motor vehicle in Washington Nov. 5, $200 fine.

Grace C. Jameson, 23, of Appleton, operating after registration suspended in Camden May 22, 2017, $500 fine, 30 days in jail; negiotiating a worthless instrument Sept. 16, 2017, 30 days in jail; operating while license suspended or revoked, prior, in Thomaston Nov, 2, 2017, $500 fine, 30 days in jail; violating condition of release in Thomaston Nov. 2, 2017, 30 days in jail; violating condition of release Sept. 16, 2017, 30 days in jail; operating while license suspended or revoked in Warren July 1 and July 4, $500 fine, 30 days in jail; violating condition of release in Warren July 1 and July 4, 30 days in jail.

MacKenzie Kelly, 25 of Rockland, operating while license suspended or revoked in Warren Dec. 25, $500 fine.

Robert Lermond, 37, of Washington, violating condition of release in Rockland Feb. 12, 2019, 48 hours in jail.

Chase MacDonald, 22, of North Haven, violating condition of release in Rockland Feb. 8, 2019, 72 hours in jail.

Joseph Malburg, Sr., 52, of Warren, unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs in Warren March 15, $400 fine.

Jason Mathiason, 35, of Camden, operating while license suspended or revoked in Camden May 24, $500 fine.

Leslie A. Parsons, 57, of Barrington, Ill., operating under the influence (alcohol) in Thomaston Sept. 8, 2017, $750 fine, 72 hours in jail; license suspended 150 days.

Eric T. Pearse, 54, of Hope, operating under the influence (alcohol) in Rockland Sept. 30, $500 fine, 48 hours in jail, license suspended 150 days.

Gary S. Peters, 48, of Cushing, violating conditions of release in Cushing Dec. 6, $500 fine.

James H. Poole, 62, of Vinalhaven, assault on Vinalhaven Sept. 1, $300 fine, restitution $6074.36.

Stephen C. Powers, 49, of Appleton, operating under the influence (alcohol), dismissed.

Debra L. Rahkonen, 64, of Rockland, disorderly conduct, offensive words, gestures, dismissed; disorderly conduct, loud unreasonable noise, dismissed.

Samuel Rogers, 24, of Hope, operating under the influence (alcohol) in Rockland Nov. 24, $750 fine, 48 hours in jail, license suspended 150 days.

Robert A. Seekins, Jr., 36, of Searsport, unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs in Thomaston Feb. 27, $400 fine, three years in jail with all but nine months suspended, probation three years; trafficking in prison contraband in Rockland June 11, three months in jail.

Alyssa Stankis, 34, of Portland, operating under the influence (alcohol) in Rockport Sept. 16, 2017, $500 fine, 72 hours in jail, license suspended 150 days; operating while license suspended or revoked in Rockport Sept. 16, 2017, $250 fine.

Kayla A. Start, 33, of Rockland, operating while license suspended or revoked in Rockland Dec. 22, $500 fine; motor vehicle speeding: 30 plus miles over speed limit, dismissed.

William R. Waldron, Jr., 54, of Cushing, possessing mutilated unreasonable lobster in Owls Head Nov. 28, $600 fine.

Ira Warren, Jr., 30, of Vinalhaven, unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs on Vinalhaven July 27, $400 fine, two years in jail all suspended, probation two years.

Michael E. Wiley, 38, of St. George, criminal threatening, terrorizing, both in Thomaston June 23, 2018, 18 months in jail; criminal mischief in Thomaston June 23, six months in jail; aggravated assault in Thomaston Oct. 15, seven years in jail with all but 18 months suspended, probation three years; domestic violence assault, dismissed; violating conditions of release, three counts, all in Thomaston Oct. 15, 18 months in jail; violating condition of release in Thomaston Oct. 15, six months in jail; assault in Thomaston Oct. 15, 18 months in jail.

Wiley was indicted by the Knox County grand jury in November 2018.

He was sentenced by Judge Paul Mathews Feb. 14 in Knox County Unified Court.

Wiley was arrested Oct. 15 by Thomaston Police Officer Jacob Labo who responded to a report of a domestic disturbance. According to the affidavit, police heard a man screaming inside when they arrived at the scene. A woman was also screaming for help, but police found that the door was locked.

The officer broke in the door and saw Wiley punching a woman in the ribs and abdomen. The victim's mother was trying to separate the two while she was holding a 1-year-old child in her arms, according to the affidavit.

Police were able to apprehend Wiley, handcuffed him, and transported him to jail.

Wiley had been charged in June 2018 with criminal threatening in Thomaston and had been released on bail. He was prohibited from being in contact with the victim who was the same woman in the Oct. 15 assault. He was also prohibited from any contact with the victim's mother and children.

The victim said that Wiley had also tried to strangle her in front of the three young children. There were marks on the victim’s neck and her voice was raspy, according to the affidavit.

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