Knox County Criminal Docket closed cases

Posted:  Wednesday, May 15, 2019 - 8:45am
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ROCKLAND — The following cases were closed in Knox County Unified Court from May 6-10.

Douglas C. Anderson, 23, of South Thomaston, probation violation for original conviction of unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs in Warren Jan. 19, 2018, 45 days in jail, probation partially revoked, probation continued.

Dalton Cross, 25, of South Thomaston, possessing softshell clams less that two inches thick, 10-20% in Thomaston March 20, 2019, dismissed.

Dean S. Dyer, Jr., 41, of Appleton, failure to appear after bailed in Appleton May 1, 2019; failure to appear after bailed in Appleton May 1, 2019, 30 days in jail.

Jesse Grinnell, 29, of Steuben, probation violation for original conviction of unlawful possession of scheduled drug in Camden June 24, 2016, 10 months in prison, probation partially revoked.

Tina Kegley, 52, of Sedgwick, failure to register vehicle in Rockport Nov. 16, 2016, acquitted.

James E. Kennedy, 32, of Rockland, probation violation for original conviction of domestic violence assault in Rockland Sept. 18, 2017, six months in jail, probation partially revoked; unlawful possession of scheduled drug in Rockland April 12, 2019, $400 fine, 90 days in jail; unlawful possession of scheduled drug in Rockland April 12, 2019, dismissed.

Arthur S. Pierce, 34, of Phippsburg, operating vehicle without license in Camden March 14, 2019, $150 fine.

David Reckards, 49, of Searsport, domestic violence assault in Rockport Jan. 5, 2019, five days in jail.

Susan Such, 68, of Camden, operating while license suspended or revoked in Hope March 16, 2019, $250 fine.

Miranda Thomas, 21, of Belfast, unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs in Rockland Aug. 17, 2018, dismissed; unlawful furnishing scheduled drug in Rockland Aug. 17, 2018, $400 fine, two years in jail all suspended, probation one year.

Steven W. Ward, Jr., 43, of Warren, operating vehicle after habitual offender revocation, prior, in Warren July 27, 2017, $1000 fine, nine months in jail.

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