BELFAST — The following cases were closed in Waldo County Unified Court Nov. 19-24.
Phillip E. Lear, 34, of Dixmont, assault in Belfast Aug. 21, 2018, $300 fine; gross sexual assault in Belfast Aug. 21, 2018, dismissed.
Peter Bailey, 35, of Northport, domestic violence assault in Northport Sept. 16, 2020, dismissed; disorderly conduct (offensive words/gestures) in Northport Sept. 16, 2020, $500 fine.
David L. Channell, 64, of Troy, operating under the influence in Troy July 4, 2020, dismissed.
Theodore Haynes Jr., 38, of Brooklyn, New York, aggravated trafficking of scheduled drugs in Brooks Feb. 4, dismissed; criminal conspiracy in Brooks Feb. 4, dismissed; unlawful furnishing of a scheduled drug in Belfast Feb. 4, six months in jail and $400 fine.
Michael Sentell, 37, of Washington, disorderly conduct (loud, unreasonable noise) in Searsport May 18, dismissed; refusing to submit to arrest or detention in Searsport May 18, dismissed.
Tara L. Watson, 32, of Oakland, possession of hypodermic apparatuses in Unity June 9, dismissed; refusing to submit to arrest or detention with physical force in Unity June 9, 24 hours in jail.
Jason M. Whalen, 43, of Searsport, assault on an officer in Belfast June 24, dismissed; refusing to submit to arrest or detention with physical force in Belfast June 24, 120 days in jail; violating a condition of release in Belfast June 4, dismissed.
Dennis R. Erving, 27, of Belfast, operating under the influence in Searsmont Aug. 1, six months in jail with all but seven days suspended, one year of probation, license suspended for three years, registration suspended, and $700 fine.
Benjamin Williams, 24, of Bradford, operating while license suspended or revoked in Belfast July 18, dismissed.
Maynard L. Cox, 82, of Waldo, operating under the influence in Waldo Aug. 17, 48 hours in jail, license suspended for 150 days, and $500 fine.
Jacob M. Rose, 22, of Jackson, operating while license suspended or revoked in Belfast Aug. 28, dismissed.
Willliam Ripley, 28, of Searsmont, attaching false plates in Frankfort July 6, 30 days in jail.
Thomas Smith, 64, of Knox, disorderly conduct (loud noise/private place) in Knox Oct. 3, 24 hours in jail.
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